MILK HEALS LIKE MAGIC
Magic milk can heal health issues
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.