I had an honor to have Christina Adams visit my blog. She is a mother of an autistic child, who firmly believe the benefit of the camel milk.
See her email to me below, and a very beneficial article about her struggle and victory obtaining her child THE CAMEL MILK.
I have to say, my struggle is nowhere near hers, and I count myself very fortunate to be in a place right now where the camel milk is readily available, even if it takes a little more planning to get .Back home in the USA, I was on the waiting list to be able to get my camel milk, but never got to the front of the list. I guess God had a different plan for my little boy. I have to say,starting him on a camel milk was one of the most beneficial approach that I had done for my son. I hope I will be able to provide it for him for many more months to come. The health benefits are supersedes any struggle I may think I encounter to obtain it. So please sit back and read Christina Adams’ camel milk journey. She is definitely one of the most courages autism warrior mom I have heard of. Hoping to meet many more.
Dear Autism Mom:
I saw your blog and that you were trying camel milk. Good for you! Here’s my new story just published by Autism File Magazine: my “Got Camel Milk?” article: http://www.autismfile.com/diet-nutrition/got-camel-milk . Please feel free to share it on your blog if you like.
Sincerely, Christina Adams
In the article, Ms. Adams, a former NPR Day to Day commentator, explains the science behind the use of camel milk for treatment of various diseases. She also shares her personal story of being a newly single mom who reached across the world via Skype and telephone to form a bond with two Israelis, one an esteemed Israeli-American scientist, the other a camel milk producer. According to Ms. Adams, “They sent milk for my son, who showed remarkably better speech, attention and emotional connection the morning after drinking a half-cup of milk at bedtime.” Adams also contacted California camel farmer Gil Riegler of Oasis Camel Dairy, as seen on “Dirty Jobs,” “Larry King Live” and “Bizarre Foods” (upcoming), who brought her frozen bottles of milk in suitcases from Israel after she introduced him to her Israeli contacts—one of whom turned out to live next door to Gil’s brother.
Ms. Adams will give the first known US public lectures on camel milk’s healing properties in May at Oasis’s first “camel dairy” seminar in California and at the Autism One conference in Chicago, in her new “Practical Magic” lecture series. She is the first known person to get federal government permission to import camel milk for autism. “My son has been drinking camel milk for the last five years, making him probably the longest continual user of camel milk for autism treatment,” said Ms. Adams.
Autism File magazine serves the families of the growing number of individuals diagnosed with autism and the professionals who work with and care for them. We provide our readers with up-to-date information on promising treatments and therapies, medical advances, education, nutrition, special diets and a host of other topics relevant to those affected by autism. Addressing both day-to-day and long-term concerns, our goal is to ensure that our readers have the content they need to make informed decisions in caring for their loved ones with autism. Published bi-monthly, Autism File is available nationwide at Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, and several other retail outlets, and by subscription. For more information, visit www.autismfile.com .