The true story of camels and their camel milk is told in CAMEL CRAZY: A Quest for Miracles in the Mysterious World of Camels, by Christina Adams. Author of A REAL BOY: A True Story of Autism, Early Intervention and Recovery, journalist and mother to a son with autism, Christina had the idea the milk would help her son’s autism symptoms. Her search and investigation led to this book and contributed the development of a global camel milk movement. CAMEL CRAZY shares the importance of camels, their special caregivers and the cultures that hold them dear.
The book includes a user’s guide to camel milk, with suggested serving sizes, guidelines on preparing a child for camel milk, serving tips, a smoothie recipe, and common questions. Color photos of people and animals are perfect for family reading. Useful for doctors, teachers and family members.
NPR: “An important book.”
From My Mama’s Kitchen: “Incredibly fascinating.”
Booklist: “A seasoned researcher…a loving and appealing memoir” with a “useful appendix” of camel milk information.
National Book Award Finalist Sy Montgomery: ‘Fascinating and important—her excellent book makes the case for camel milk’s medicinal value and for treating camels with respect.”
Neurologist Dr. Caroline Choan: “An excellent introduction to camels and their milk.”
Slow Food International: “Fascinating, heroic and a joy to read.”
Public Library of Science Genetics Blog: “Loved it…I searched for the science and wasn’t disappointed. The milk indeed has some startling differences.”
DromeDairy Naturals Camel Milk Powder is considerably cheaper than our competitors because the dairy manages over 2,000 dromedary camels and will milk between 600-800 camels at any given time. Camel milk is all-natural, and contains no hormones or antibiotics and is easy to prepare any time. It is for the sophisticated, health conscious shopper looking for a nutritious dairy alternative.