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Posted by Kerrie on August 06, 2002 at 05:23:40:

In Reply to: healing properties of goats' milk posted by tzviah on August 06, 2002 at 03:07:21:

Hi from Connecticut!
I had a British nurse tell me that fresh unpasturized goat milk could be put on diaper rash. Just wet a cotton ball with the milk and dab it on the rash let the milk dry before putting a diaper on the baby with the rash. She said to do it every time the baby needed to be changed. I don't know if it really works or not because I never had a problem with my daughter having diaper rash. But it is worth a try.
When I was sick with gall bladder disease goat milk was the only thing that didn't upset my stomach. So I guess it's ability to be easily digested could help people who have gastric problems. You might check the articles in this website to see if there are any other published health benefits. As far as studies I have no idea if there have been any. But maybe some of the other members of this message board would know.

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