We offer our customers 100% natural and pasteurised camel milk.

If you’ve any questions or need information regarding camel milk, feel free to contact us or check out the FAQs below.

  • Why Camel Milk is better than any other milk?

    Camel milk has such amazing levels of protein, which are not found in cow milk or goat milk. It is beneficial for people with allergies, autism, diabetes, and guts issues. As per several studies, camel milk also helps in height growth, brain conditions and cancer symptoms. It is 50% lower in fat and saturated fat and contains 10 times more vitamin C than cow milk or other milk.

    While cow milk consists of A1 beta-casein protein, camel milk has A2 beta-casein protein. A1 beta-casein protein is responsible for lactose intolerance or cow milk allergy. It can also cause gastrointestinal inflammation and acne. On the other hand, the A2 beta-casein protein does not have any allergens. Therefore, camel milk is always better than any other milk.

  • Will I get raw camel milk?

    We offer only 100% natural and pasteurized camel milk. We don’t serve raw milk.

  • Who all can take camel milk?

    Camel milk can be consumed by anyone. Ideal for health freaks, diabetic, People with low immunity, autism spectrum disorders, people with lactose intolerance and other milk allergies, for height growth and other people who wants to boost their overall immunity.

  • In what quantities you provide camel milk?

    Currently, we are offering camel milk in a pack of 200ml bottles.

  • Why camel milk is expensive?

    The cost of camel milk in India is almost 30 times more than cow milk. Camels do not produce much milk as cows or buffaloes do. But their milk is precious. They lactate till 10 to 12 months after having a baby. Breeding camels is a lengthy procedure. Camels can produce a maximum of 5 to 6 liters of milk a day. They need extensive veterinary care and lots of feed and pasture to produce this much milk. Milking them is also done manually. Training camels for milking is also time-consuming. It might take from 2 days to 2 weeks to train them. When considering all these factors, you would find that the price of camel milk in India is not as much expensive as it should be, especially after knowing many benefits it offers. Since we started this venture for serving a social cause, our camel milk price is highly reasonable.

  • Can my infant and kids drink camel milk?

    Camel milk is the closest in composition to human milk. Therefore, this super milk might be the best substitute for breast milk for babies and infants. However, this product is not intended to cure or diagnose any illness.

  • How should I store my camel milk?

    Once you get frozen camel milk delivered from us, you need to keep them frozen in the Freezer compartment of your refrigerator. Camel milk kept in the Freezer can last upto 3 months. You need to thaw the camel milk till it takes the liquid state to consume it.

  • Where do you ship?

    We are offering our services in Delhi and Gurgaon and few other parts of India as of now. We are in a process to ship our products all over India soon.

  • Can I cook or bake with camel milk?

    When it comes to cooking or baking, you can cook or bake camel milk just as you do with cow’s milk. It tastes the same as cow’s milk.

  • How long does your camel milk stay fresh?

    Our camel milk if kept frozen can last upto 3 months. After thawing it in the refrigerator, you need to consume it within 3-5 days.

  • How much camel milk can I consume in a day?

    You can drink as much milk as you like. There is no limit to drink camel milk.

  • Do I need to keep my camel milk frozen?

    Yes, keeping camel milk frozen will make it last upto 3 months. When you need to use it, you can thaw in the refrigerator or keep it outside till it takes the liquid state.

  • When is the best time to drink camel milk?

    You can drink camel milk whenever you feel like it. you can have it after meals or as a midnight snack. It can be great to control your appetite.

  • Can I refreeze my camel milk?

    It is advisable not to refreeze the camel milk once you have thawed it.

  • Where does Camilch get the camel milk?

    We are fortunate enough to partner with some of the wonderful family farmers in Rajasthan. They handle camels like their babies and milk them tenderly.

  • What do Camilch camels eat?

    Our camels feed on natural vegetation. They eat 36 different plants according to traditional knowledge, thus adding value to the biodiversity of the local landscape. They are also fed grains, wheat, oats, and grass.