What Would You Like to Know?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
“THE NOT SO FINE PRINT”
Before you embark on using any miracle PRODUCT OR PROCEDURE you should carry out your own due diligence.
You will find both supportive and critical information online & we have included a small reference section at the end of this FAQ’s.
We at Calamunnda Camel Farm do not report to be Doctors or Scientist.
“Everybody’s Body is Different” we cannot give advice applicable to your individual circumstances OR EXPECTED OUTCOMES.
We are a Health Department Licensed Facility and comply with all foods safety standards. We have a quality Assured livestock food supply and are ethically producing a product which has to meet stringent guidelines.
So we can constantly improve our products and service; Please give us your feedback / testimonials.
HOW IS MILKING A CAMEL DIFFERENT TO MILKING A COW?
We here at Calamunnda Camel Farm do our best to ensure a high quality of life for our milking mums. Our Camels enjoy time with their babies every day. We like to maintain a stress free and a friendly environment with happy, healthy Camels.
WHY IS CAMEL MILK SO EXPENSIVE?
Camels do not give an abundance of milk, it is currently expensive to produce. There is a large amount of input for a small yet valuable return of milk.
ARE CALAMUNNDA CAMEL FARM PRODUCTS OKAY FOR PEOPLE WITH WHEAT AND GLUTEN ALLERGIES?
Yes, we keep things on farm as natural as possible, however using our products is a personal choice and any changes needs to be monitored.
HOW SHOULD I STORE MY MILK?
We recommend that you store your Camel Milk in the refrigerator at around 2-3 degrees Celsius. The cooler the temperature the longer the milk will keep. Camel Milk has a recommended shelf life of two weeks in the fridge however it is common for the milk to keep for a long time, if adequately chilled. You can freeze the Camel Milk at any time before the two-week mark. Just shake the bottle up before you drink thawed Camel Milk as the fat and protein may separate.
YOUR PRODUCT SAYS ‘UN- HOMOGENIZED’ WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?
In Un-Homogenized Milk, fat molecules in the milk rises to the top and forms a layer of cream.
Homogenisation is a practice where it's purpose is to break down fat molecules in milk so they don't separate.