Consumers appreciate camel milk for its medicinal properties. It is reputed to be an anti-infectious, anti-cancerous and anti diabetic. More generally, it is regarded as an energy-giving product for convalescents. Camel milk is commonly used to help treat infectious diseases such as tuberculosis in humans. Camel milk is also used in Kazakhstan as an adjunct to chemotherapy for some cancers, especially those of the digestive tract. With the consumption of 0.5 lt of camel milk per day, the insulin demand decreased in diabetic patients and glycaemia was better balanced….