Camel milk ice cream for fighting anti-wrinkles?

Camel milk ice cream has just been launched in Rajasthan and it could hit your stores soon.

After camel milk face cream with its anti-wrinkle properties, it is now the turn of ice cream that is supposed to have anti-bacterial properties.

The ice cream comes in two flavours – kesar and strawberry vanilla.

It has been developed by the Rajasthan-based Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan (LPPS), an NGO that supports landless livestock owners.

“The ice cream is an absolutely delicious desert treat,” said Tommaso Sbriccoli, an Italian researcher at the meet.

Already, numerous hotels in Jaisalmer have evinced interest in stocking up the camel milk ice cream to attract health conscious customers.

The LPPS has launched a two-year project to help traditional camel breeders realise the economic potential of a range of products derived from camels, including face cream and ice cream.

Camel milk is different from cow and buffalo milk.

It is considered very healthy as it contains enzymes with anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties that help to fight diseases.

A Rajasthan camel gives around four to six litres of milk a day, according to the NGO, which is examining the possibility of marketing the milk in tetra packs in the near future.

Camel milk is marketed as a health food and beauty product in the Gulf and Africa.



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By Anil Sharma, Jaisalmer (Rajasthan), Nov 10: Camel milk ice cream has just been launched in Rajasthan and it could hit your stores soon. After camel milk face cream with its anti-wrinkle properties, it is now the turn of ice cream that is supposed to have anti-bacterial properties.

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