Mares Milk. The topic that’s floating around the health industry at the moment. So, what is it? And, do you need to introduce it into your everyday life? This blog post will explain everything you need to know about this new and emerging health trend.

What is Mares Milk?

As a cow’s milk alternative, mares milk has been drawn from a female horse. It is secreted during lactation and originally created to feed newborn foals. Similar to breast milk, it has a host of benefits that ensure a baby horse grows up strong and healthy. And, for many of these reasons, it has become the new hot topic health alternative out there.

What are the main benefits of Mares Milk?

Horse milk is rich in a number of proteins, fatty acids and vitamins. It is an entirely organic product with potassium, iron, calcium and phosphorous derived naturally. Some of the main health benefits noted:

  • Aid and soothe digestion
  • Improve bone health
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Alleviates chronic skin conditions including eczema
  • Promotes the production of collagen
  • Aids in the maintenance of bones, teeth, cartilage, tendons and skin
  • A suitable alternative to cows milk

Although a lesser-known option, mares milk can be used for those with milk intolerances – whether caused by lactose or proteins. And, it has even been noted as suitable for baby’s as an alternative to breast milk.

What is Mares Milk used for?

Horse milk can be used in a variety of different products. You’ll find the basic milk available to drink or use in recipes. It can be turned into cheese using specific rennet and also has its place within the cosmetics industry. Body lotions, bath foams and hair shampoos can all be formulated using mares milk and come with nourishing benefits.

Here at Mares Milk, we are the world’s first 100% organic manufacturer of mares milk cheeses and milk-based products. Our Combe Hay farm is located near Bath and allows us to optimise on the techniques used by the Botai people in the Mongolian steppe. If you have any questions about Mares Milk, the process we use or any of the products available on our website, get in contact with the team here today.