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Welcome to Milch.info. Learn here about the most diverse types of milk from cow's milk to sheep's milk to camel's milk. Do you need information on health aspects of milk consumption, such as its ingredients like lactose or milk sugar? Again, you will surely find the right facts.

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All about donkey milk

Even Cleopatra has allegedly used donkey milk as a bath additive.

The use of donkey milk in food and cosmetics has been popular since ancient Egypt. Hippocrates (460 - 370 BC) was the first to write about his medical properties. Donkey milk is most similar to human breast milk and has been appreciated by historical figures for its moisturizing and regenerating properties of tissue.

It is said that even Cleopatra bathed in the milk of donkey mares to preserve the beauty and youth of their skin. In ancient Rome, the milk of donkeys was also coveted by the bourgeoisie for cosmetic purposes. In the nineteenth century, the Frenchman used Dr. Parrot donkey milk to feed orphaned babies directly to donkey mares. The milk of the donkeys was then sold until the 20th century to feed orphaned children and cure ailing children, the sick and the elderly. For this reason, many donkeys were kept on farms in Italy, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland.
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All about reindeer milk

The sweet milk of the reindeer has a high fat content.

Who does not know the herds of reindeer that roam the vast forests and lakes of Lapland. The semi-wild animals can sometimes be observed directly from the car. Only if you approach them on foot, they flee from a distance of about 3 meters.
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All about the milk of the llama

All about llamas and their milk

The llama, which populates the Andes of South America, belongs to the mammals and the genus of the New World camelids. Llamas are friendly, well-balanced animals that are used as livestock and therapy animals. In recent years, migrations with llamas have come into vogue in Europe, as the animals like to be in the company of humans and have a calming effect on the companion. The wool fibers of llamas are coveted by people with allergies. Since no lanolin is contained, the soft fibers hardly cause any skin irritation.
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