Why Goat Milk?

Cholov Yisrael Goat Milk
For a happier, healthier living natural.

  • Goat’s milk is naturally higher in calcium and other nutrients.
  • Goat’s milk digest better than cow’s milk.
  • Cow’s milk is acidic to the body. Keeping your body alkaline is important as acidity can breed disease. Being alkaline helps your body to better absorb nutrients and remove waste. Goat’s milk is alkaline when ingested due to its higher potassium content.


Kefir (pronounced kee-fer) originates from the Caucasus Mountains in Eastern Europe. It’s believed that the name comes from the Turkish word “keif” which means good feeling.

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Kefir Benefits

Easily digested, it cleanses the intestines, provides beneficial bacteria and yeast, vitamins and minerals, and complete proteins. Because kefir is such a balanced and nourishing food, it contributes to a healthy immune system and has been used to help patients suffering from AIDS, chronic fatigue syndrome, herpes, and cancer. Its tranquilizing effect on the nervous system has benefited many who suffer from sleep disorders, depression, and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

The regular use of kefir may help relieve all intestinal disorders, promote bowel movement, reduce flatulence and create a healthier digestive system. In addition, its cleansing effect on the whole body helps to establish a balanced inner ecosystem for optimum health and longevity


Phosphorus is the second most abundant mineral in our bodies, and it’s also found in kefir in significant quantities. This is good news because phosphorus is needed to help our bodies use carbohydrates and proteins for cell growth and energy. Drink up!


Kefir is made by fermenting milk with 10 to 20 different types of bacteria and yeasts with a handful of types; this leads to a higher probiotic count in the final product.


Each 175 gram serving of kefir provides about 20 per cent of the daily RDA for calcium, which is important for the health of your bones and teeth. You can replace a regular dairy serving with kefir to get the calcium you need along with the drink’s probiotic benefits.


Know that sleepy, relaxed feeling you get after a big turkey dinner? That’s thanks to tryptophan, an amino acid. The same amino acid is found in kefir, which means it actually can have a relaxing effect. Maybe that’s where that “good feeling” name originated?


The American Dietetic Association in 2003 found that kefir may improve lactose digestion over milk, with reduced or no symptoms of lactose intolerance. There is some more general research on probiotics showing that they can prevent or treat some digestive problems.


Kefir is a great way to get extra protein in your diet without extra calories. A single serving of plain, non-fat kefir has less than 100 calories, but provides 10.5 grams of protein, which can help you feel fuller without extra fat. Just watch that you’re not buying kefir with added sugars, which will up the calorie content.


Goat Milk Soap


The skin is the largest organ of the body. Wouldn’t you want to take a good care of it? From ancient times until today, goat milk and milk products have been used for medicinal and cosmetic purposes.


Goat milk is a natural healer and moisturizer because it is very close to the pH of your skin, easily replenishing the skin’s natural moisture and repairing damaged tissue.

Goat Milk Soaps has been known beneficial for many kinds of skin problems including acne, psoriasis, rosacea and eczema, as well as those with dry skin due to drugs taken for diabetes.

Goat’s milk has high amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C and vitamin D, vitamin B and particularly high amounts of Vitamin A. Studies show that some creams made with Vitamin A reduce lines and wrinkles, control acne, and provide some psoriasis relief. Because of goat milk’s high concentration of Vitamin A, it helps to repair damaged skin tissue and maintain healthy skin. The other vitamins have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce acne redness.

Goat milk protein contains ess;ntial amino acids as well as minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus. These beneficial nutrients will help gently replenish damaged skin’s missing stores of nutrients and brighten the skin’s complexion.

Goat milk products has been known to help with rel ief from the itch of poison ivy, oak, tick bites and chigger bites. lt contains lactic acid for alpha hydroxyl skin rejuvenation , helping to remove old skin cells and leaving behind wonderfully smooth skin.

Winter skin especially is usually coarse and dry due to the harsh chemicals in soaps that strip away your skin’s natural nutrients and barriers. Goat’ milk soap gently washes away impurities while leaving and adding to the natural oils and nutrients in the skin.



Goat’s Milk

Olive oil (attracts moisture to the skin, while helping to generate new skin cells)

Coconut Oil (easily absorbed by the skin and creating an incredible lather)

Palm Oil (ensures a hard, long lasting bar of soap)

Castor Oil (moisturizes and nourishes the skin)

Sweet Almond Oil (the benefits of almond oil are innumerable)

Essential Oils (for you to choose your favorite scent)

Sodium Lactate (less than a gram in bar, natural moisturizer, humectants, and pH regulator used in soaps, lotions, shampoo, and other bath products)

Sodium Hydroxide (completely reacts with oils and disappears after the bars cure for 4 to 6 weeks).

Cocoa Butter (softens and lubricates the skin)

NO Detergents -Most “soaps” that are available for purchase at traditional stores are detergents.

NO Artificial Colors -There are many beautiful handmade soap that use artificial colors to enhance the appearance. We do not use artificial colors in our soaps. We leave them the color they naturally become after specification.

To prolong the life of your bar, please use a soap dish that allows your soap to dry between uses, out of the steam of the shower.

No animal testing. All products are intended for external use only.

The soaps are hand cut, varying the weight from 4.20z to 5.50z.