Dr. Millie Hinkle, ND
Camel Milk USA, a company founded by Dr. Millie Hinkle, ND, is devoted to the research, development, sales, and promotion of camel milk and camel milk products in the United States.
Millie Hinkle, ND, DH, HHP, has been in practice since 1987. Having received her training in the U.S., Germany, and France, she is board-certified by the American Naturopathic Medical Association. Other certifications include a Holistic Health Practitioner through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. She also holds a nursing degree, has training in Radiology, and an associate degree of applied science in dental hygiene. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a Bachelor of Health and Physical Education. She has also held memberships in the National Health Federation, the American Preventative Medical Association, and the Coalition for Natural Health.
Dr. Hinkle is nationally known for her work and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. She has lectured across the U.S. and Canada. She has had articles published about her works in Healing Retreats and Spas, The American Massage Therapy Association’s Massage Therapy Journal, The Olive Leaf extract by Dr. Morton Walker, The Wall Street Journal as well as numerous other newspapers across the U.S. Dr. Hinkle is available for teaching and speaking engagements throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Low Discount Prices for Camel Milk
Dr. Hinkle has been working with dairies here in the U.S. to improve their profit margin from the sale of camel milk as well as to reduce the cost of the milk for the consumer.
“In 2009 I started the camel dairy industry here in the U.S. with the sole purpose of making the milk available for its health benefits. Unfortunately, as the camel milk industry has grown, the prices for the milk have risen instead of becoming more affordable. This has created problems for the consumer as well as the dairies. I have received emails and calls from the families of sick individuals who have sacrificed everything just to afford the milk for their loved ones. The dairies are not content either. Many dairies work with distributors who pay only a small fee for the milk and then advertise on the internet and charge sometimes 4-5 times the amount they paid the dairy for the milk. They are making huge profits off of innocent families and honest dairies. This cannot continue if the dairy industry is to grow here in the U.S. Therefore, in order to try and help both the consumers and the dairies, I have started a discount camel milk referral service. The goal of the referral service is twofold: