Camel Milk has therapeutic properties as it is a rich source of essential Vitamins and Minerals. It also has natural Insulin-Like Proteins, which help in maintaining Blood Sugar Levels. It is also not known to cause any Allergies, which makes it suitable for Lactose Intolerants.  

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Camel Milk Chocolate । Coffee । 70g
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Camel Milk Chocolate । Roasted Almond । 70g
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Goat Milk Chocolate | Classic White | 70g
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Goat Milk Chocolate | Roasted Hazelnut | 70g
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Goat Milk Chocolate | Cranberry | 70g
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What are the benefits of camel milk?

Camel milk has a low sugar and cholesterol level that makes it beneficial for diabetic patients and it even has insulin-like proteins, which helps in maintaining the blood sugar levels and control the insulin intake of diabetic patients.


Autism is a neurological disorder in which the individual has difficulty in understanding, communicating, and interacting socially. Oxidative stress is said to be the major reason behind autism and Camel Milk has antioxidant properties which help release oxidative stress, helping to improve speech and communication problems. Its probiotic nature that helps autistic patients maintain their gut health.


As compared to cow milk, Camel Milk has a lower amount of lactose which makes it suitable for lactose intolerants, and it does not contain beta-lactoglobulin which is the main cause of cow milk allergy. The fat globules present in Camel Milk are very small as compared to cow milk which makes it easier for lactose intolerants to digest it.


It is rich in vitamins and various other minerals which helps in keeping the body strong and boosts immunity because of the immunoglobulin content present in it. Along with this, Camel Milk is a powerhouse of ingredients that include vitamins like A, B, C, D, E and minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, etc. which helps in the overall growth and development of the body.


Experts say that as camel milk is rich in calcium it helps in keeping the bones stronger which in turn may help in height growth.

How does camel milk taste?

Camel Milk is on the saltier side, as the taste of the milk is completely dependent on the grass and shrubs that the camels eat in the desert. 

Does it help in curing autism?

 Camel milk, when given to individuals suffering from autism, helps to improve their communicative skills, motor activities, keeps their brain and body healthy, and reduces hyperactivity, so it can be said that camel milk positively helps in curing autism.

Can Camel milk help in increasing height?

As per the customers’ feedback and research, yes, Camel Milk helps in increasing height but usually it gives more fruitful results if you’re below 21 Years of age and you are doing yoga regularly along with the proper nutritional diet.


Can children drink camel milk?

Yes, of course! Camel Milk is rich in vitamins and minerals that act as a great source of energy and growth for children and is an excellent healthy choice for all. 

Is camel milk available in Delhi (India)?

Yes, We deliver 100% pure and natural pasteurised camel milk in Delhi (India) Noida, Gurgaon and other neighburing regions.

What are the benefits of goat milk?

Drinking Goat Milk has many benefits. A few of them are:

1. It is rich in Calcium, which helps in maintaining heathy bones.

2. It is rich in Selenium, which helps in maintaining the blood platelet count during Dengue Fever.

3. It is rich in essential vitamins and minerals which are required for the overall growth and development of the body.

4. It may be beneficial for people with mild lactose intolerance as Goat Milk is said to contain a lower amount of lactose as compared to cow milk.

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What is the nutritional value of goat's milk?

Is goat milk good for skin?

Yes, Goat Milk is good for the skin as it is rich in Vitamin A, which helps in maintaining a healthy skin. It helps in keeping the skin moisturized and hydrated. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Goat Milk helps in reducing inflammation. If you have dry skin, then Goat Milk is the perfect option for you! It helps maintain the water levels in the skin. Not just this, Goat Milk is said to be beneficial for improving skin conditions like eczema, etc. Goat Milk helps in naturally exfoliating the skin. It is also rich in Lactic Acid, one of the gentlest Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, which makes it a suitable option for people with sensitive skin too.

Is Goat Milk anti-inflammatory?

Yes, Goat Milk is said to be anti-inflammatory because it contains oligosaccharides, which may be helpful in reducing inflammation in the stomach

Is goat milk the healthiest milk?

Yes, Goat Milk can be said to be the healthiest milk. There are many reasons for this. Goat Milk is said to be rich in Calcium, which helps in maintaining healthy bones. It is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, which help in the overall growth and development of the body. Goat Milk is also said to be beneficial for people with mild Lactose Intolerance as it contains a lower amount of lactose as compared to cow milk.


Is it good to drink Goat Milk everyday?

Yes, it is good to drink Goat Milk everyday, as it is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, which is required for the overall growth and development of the body and it is also helpful in providing the body with its daily requirements. Goat Milk is rich in Calcium, which helps in maintaining stronger bones. Along with this, Goat Milk is also said to be easier to digest, as it forms softer curds in the stomach. It contains a lower amount of lactose, as compared to Cow Milk, which may be beneficial for people with mild lactose intolerance.