Camel milk is considered “the poor man’s IVIG”, working to “reset” the immune system (so it stops attacking the brain, thinking it is strep.) If you’ve researched PANDAS disease, you know that for “extreme” cases, the medical answer is IVIG. Here’s a bit more about IVIG.
If you’re hesitant to take this route (we were!), or you can’t afford to cash in the college fund, you may want to look into camel milk or donkey milk. There are differences in both, and some children can handle one and not the other. Our daughter handled the camel milk fine, but made even more progress on Donkey Milk. (See previous posts.)
Camel Milk has 3 times the vitamin C of cows milk. Donkey Milk has 60 times the vitamin C of cows milk. Donkey milk is rich in vitamins A, D, E, calcium and phosphorous, enzymes acting as anti-biotics, and immunoglobulins. We are picking up our first three donkeys this weekend, and hope to get the hang of this whole “milking a donkey” thing soon. If so, we hope we’ll be able to share it with you all. Leave a comment if you’re interested, or join the facebook group “Healing with Donkey Milk” for a list of donkey milk providers near you.
For more info on Camel milk and stories of healing, join the Facebook group “Healing with Camel Milk”
This blog is written by an anonymous mom. PANDAS disease is ugly. It’s practically unheard of, but it’s not rare. 1 in 200 kids has it. That’s right up there with childhood diabetes…but my pediatrician had never heard of it. This leads me to the question, how many kids out there are misdiagnosed, drugged for “behavioral issues”, OCD, schizophrenia, ADD, Autism, ADHD, Anorexic, or taken from their “bad” parents by well meaning doctors, teachers, and lawyers who don’t know about PANDAS. How many parents are searching for answers every night, in silent agony over losing their child, and have no one to talk to, no one who understands. This blog is for those parents. Those doctors. Those teachers. But mostly, it’s for those children. The ones with the fear in their eyes and the haunted look. The chapped and bloodied hands from washing incessantly. The lost childhood.
Lord, multiply this, share it with those who need it most. I don’t have time, or resources, or knowledge to get it into their hands. If it will bless them, let this reach them. In Jesus Name I pray for each hurting child. Amen.
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It is every parent’s responsibility to determine whether camel milk, donkey milk, specific supplements, the ACC protocol or other biomedical interventions are appropriate for their child.
Furthermore, dosing for vitamins and supplements needs to be tailored to an individual’s needs with the help of a professional.
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