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Camel milk in islam and modern day

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Camel milk in islam and modern day

Miraculous Properties of Camel Milk and Perspective of Modern Science Yaseen Galali1,3 and Hanee M Al-Dmoor2* 1Food Technology Department-KRG, Salahaddin University-Erbil, Iraq 2Department of Nutrition and Food Processing, Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan 3Department of Pharmacy, Rwandz Private Technical Institute, Iraq Abstract Camel has been mentioned in Quran in different places and described a miracle of almighty God. Also, prophet Muhammad (PBUH) has recommend camel in his speech (hadith). The prophet (PBUH) has recommended camel milk for some diseases such as skin disease as remedy. Camel plays in important livestock which produced milk longer than any other ruminant under harsh condition of...

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camel milk for treating cancer

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Arab researchers have developed a new medical formula from camels' milk and urine for treating leukaemia, a blood cancer, that could also be developed to cure other types of cancer infecting the lung, liver and breast.The experiments started at United Arab Emirates-based Sharjah University and completed at the Iraq-based Cancer Institute in Baghdad. The new medicine has been registered with the UK Patents Office.Researchers tested the new drug on laboratory mice by injecting it for six months. They found the mice were still alive and their behaviour was the same as healthy ones. This was because the new drug carries...

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camel milk protects against cadmium

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Camel`s milk protects against cadmium chloride induced toxicity in white albino rats.    It is now well realized that environmental problems have increased exponentially in recent decades mainly because of rapid growth in human population and increased demand for several household materials. The toxic chemicals discharged into air , water and soil get into food chain from the environment. by entering into the biological syestem they disturb the biochemical processes leading to health abnormalities. Trace elements were  known to have a variety of important biological functions and in many instances they may have adverse effects on biological system.    ...

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Why camel milk

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Why camel milk

In 2017, world production of whole, fresh camel milk was 2.85 million tonnes, led by Somalia and Kenya with 64% of the global total (table). Mali and Ethiopia were other significant producers.[3] Australia[edit] After being introduced to Australia in the 1840s to assist with exploration and trade in the harsh interior before being overtaken by modern communications and transport methods, the feral camel population has grown to in excess of 1.2m, the world's largest. Australia's first camel dairies opened in 2014, and the number has been growing ever since, with demand growing both locally and internationally. In 2016 the Australian government reported in 2016 that "the five years to 2021 are expected to see a...

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The benefits of Camel milk

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The benefits of Camel milk

  Several weeks ago i was back home in Ethiopia ,this was my first time being back after living in USA for almost 18 years a same goes for my wife , but for our 5 kids it was their first time being here while i was in america i had digestive problem and my father used to tell me if you drink camel milk you will get raid of your health problems and as soon as i got here the first thing i did was to drink camel milk ,after drinking camel milk for 2 weeks i am happy...

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