Magic milk can heal health is­sues

Sunshine Coast Daily - Caloundra Weekly - - FRONT PAGE - Kristen Booth [email protected]­

A SUN­SHINE Coast dairy farmer says she’s found a unique prod­uct with re­mark­able heal­ing prop­er­ties and is us­ing it to help others.

Lau­ren Bris­bane launched QCamel in 2014 with her hus­band af­ter car­ry­ing out ex­ten­sive re­search, which she said found camel milk healed the gut and im­proved a range of health is­sues.

Mrs Bris­bane said a ma­jor­ity of their customers were par­ents of chil­dren with autism.

“We found it’s re­ally good for chil­dren with autism, peo­ple with au­toim­mune con­di­tions and we have a lot of cancer pa­tients be­cause it’s high in vi­ta­min C and cal­cium,” she said.

Mrs Bris­bane said it had a com­pletely dif­fer­ent molec­u­lar make-up to cows’ milk and lacked the two dairy al­ler­gens that most peo­ple were al­ler­gic to, which made it most sim­i­lar to hu­man milk.

The cou­ple, who also had two chil­dren with a range of health is­sues, said camel milk con­tained an­ti­bod­ies that fought in­fec­tion and dis­ease when con­sumed.

“The milk is in­cred­i­bly healthy and good for your sys­tem,” Mrs Bris­bane said.

“Two-thirds of the world’s pop­u­la­tion can drink camel milk.”

QCamel was the first camel farm in the world with an or­ganic status, which Mrs Bris­bane thought was an awe­some achievemen­t but said their main fo­cus was on pro­duc­ing qual­ity prod­ucts.

The camel dairy also cre­ated a unique range of prod­ucts in­clud­ing choco­late, cheese and yo­ghurt.

Mrs Bris­bane said she was ex­cited to launch their first skin­care range at the Nat­u­rally Good Expo in Syd­ney next month.

She said the cos­metic line was unique and focused on heal­ing the skin.


MORE TO COME: QCamels owner Lau­ren Bris­bane is ex­pand­ing their range of camel milk prod­ucts.

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