Donkey milk




By far the best of the other milks, increasingly gaining momentum in recent years since it contains large quantities of nutrients, vitamins and other ingredients that benefit our health and skin.

The fat content is much lower than in cow’s milk, while the content of vitamin C is 60 times greater. It also contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, D, E, and is a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, zinc and glycerol immunoglobulins.

What makes it so important is the composition of which is similar to that of breast milk.


Its healing properties have been known for 5500 years.

It contains the enzyme lysozyme (E1105) protein, a natural constituent of tears, of saliva, of blood and of breast milk which acts as a defence mechanism to prevent the entry of pathogens in the body, so it has an antimicrobial property. It is very nutritious and need not pasteurized. Considered to have positive effects in combating certain diseases, such as tuberculosis, vitiligo, acne, psoriasis, eczema, osteoporosis, joint pain, intestinal irritation, whooping cough, asthma and other respiratory problems. It helps proper digestion, the functioning of the intestinal tract and in the creation of collagen, elastin and tooth enamel. It can be used as an alternative for infants who are intolerant to cow’s milk.

Its taste is sweet, light and pleasant. It is odourless and very digestible.


According to surveys, the donkey milk has anti-aging properties and regenerating ingredients. It is the main product of natural tightening of the skin, whilst contributing to the regeneration of skin cells and builds a strong increasing tissue fibres that support the skin.

Yet, it contains essential fatty acids that help in absorption of vitamins and enhances the healing process.

It is generally believed that the donkey milk erases wrinkles on the face, making the skin more smooth, and maintains its whiteness.

It is said that Cleopatra, the queen of ancient Egypt, had her baths with milk, in order to preserve the beauty and youthfulness of the skin. The legend says that she had more than 500 donkeys, to provide the quantity of milk that was needed for her daily bath.

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