RESEARCH IN THE UNIVERSITIES


Since 1997, Universiti Putra Malaysia researcher, a team of researchers from Fakulti Perubatan dan Sains Kesihatan ( Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences), carried out its in-vitro research on the effects of Niemans Mares’ Milk on CEM-SS (Leukemia) cells. The results had astonished her. Since then she had carried out further research on ( listed below) Upon completion of the in-vitro research, Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) is collaborating with Institute of Medical Research (IMR) to carry out in-vivo test method on the list.

  • HL-60 (Leukemia),
  • HeLa (Cervical Cancer),
  • Caov-3 (Ovarian Cancer)
  • MDA-MB-231 (Breast cancer)
  • Caco-2 (Colon Cancer) cells with similar results.

Initially the Niemans® Feramilch (wild mares milk ) is sold in liquid form which requires refrigeration. This had been a disadvantage as the product needs to be kept refrigerated until it is consumed. Further, a new form of freeze drying process had been used. The Lypholization process had allowed for the encapsulisation of the powdered mares’ milk without losing any of its therapeutic characteristics. The advantage of this process is that the product has a longer shelf life without the need of refrigeration.

Prof. Dr. Asmah Ismail of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) in 2000 had carried out her in-vitro research on Niemans Feramilch (Niemans mares’ milk) for deep vein thrombosis and Diabetic Mellitus Type 2. The initial research results had been overwhelming and it is still pending due to lack of funds. Considering that about 10% of Malaysian population is diabetic, this would allow for tremendous market possibilities.

Prof. Dr. Sazaly Abu Bakar of University Malaya had carried out preliminary research on the anti-viral properties of Niemans Feramilch (Niemans mares’ milk) for mosquito borne disease.

** We’ve been optimist as this product could boost up the platelet level to the normal condition within 48 hours as per testimonials given by clients.The consumption of Niemans® product had been proven to be a panacea for Dengue, Asthma, AIDS cases , Hepatitis A, B & C, high blood pressure and had been used as a stress reliever even though no research had been carried out.

The Papers

ANALYSIS COMPARISON OF PROXIMATE AND PROTEIN FRACTION BETWEEN MARE’S MILK AND OTHERS MILK (1998)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

Proximate and protein fraction analysis were carried out to compare the anti oxidant activities and nutrient content between the milks shown below :

Types of Milk. :

  1. Niemans Feramilch (Wild mare’s milk) (Equus Caballus)
  2. Mother’s Milk (Homo Sapien)
  3. Goat’s milk (Capra Hircus)
  4. Cow’s milk (Bos Taurus)

Among the four milk samples, Niemans Feramilch ( Niemans mare’s milk) has shown to have the similarities and the second best to the human’s milk proven with the result of the content which were consist of humidity, ashes , protein and calcium .

Therefore it is suggested that Niemans® Feramilch (Niemans mare’s milk) should be the best alternative supplement for those who suffered ‘lactose intolerance symptom’ by other dairy products.SKL : Susu Kuda Liar (Wild Mare’s Milk)

DETERMINATION OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND POTENTIAL  ANTICANCER PROPERTIES IN MARE’S MILK AND DIFFERENT TYPES OF MILK. (1998)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia.

Niemans Feramilch ( wild mare’s milk) has also shown some significant and remarkable direct effect on human cancer cells. In vitro test of Niemans Feramilch (wild mare’s milk) on human leukemia cells for instance has shown an astonishing result.

This is further proven as about 50 % to 60 % reductions in the number of cancer cells were observed as a result of its therapeutic activities.

MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES VOL 2 (1) JANUARY 2006.

“ Comparative Evaluation of Cytotoxic Effects of Milk from Various Species on Leukemia Cell Lines.”

Asmah Rahmat, Rozita Rosli, Tan Mui Hoon, Nasir Umar Tsafe, Abdul Manaf Ali, & Mohd. Fadzelly Abu Bakar.

Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences, Department of Human Growth and Development,

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia.