We began by drinking several ounces per day and then slowly increased to 6 oz each per day. We noticed benefits immediately, but the benefits were also dose-dependent so increased as our intake increased. We seemed to keep the improvements when we stopped taking it. It tastes a little salty but has a mild flavor so has been one of the easiest interventions to do as well as one of the most effective. My kids were happy to drink it as "hot chocolate"- I would warm it slightly (not too much to keep it raw), and mix in some carob powder and honey. It is expensive, however, because we get ours shipped frozen from a farmer halfway across the country, otherwise this would be a daily treatment for us.
This is the intervention that put Roo over the line to recovery. We started the camel milk during a several weeks break from an educational program that the kids were doing, and when we came back people were surprised and impressed at the rapid improvements Roo experienced. His language and speech improved dramatically, he was more calm and at ease and socially outgoing, and generally less anxious. People also commented on how healthy I looked, and now that I know how sick I actually was, it makes sense. I think the immune balancing properties are what made such a difference for us.
Here are several general sources of information about camel's milk that I have found helpful:
Camel Milk: Healing or Hype? From Julie Matthews' site Nourishing Hope
Got (Camel) Milk? Is an article that appeared in The Autism File magazine
Camel Milk for Health
An unusual source for antibody–based therapeutics
This article briefly explains why the antibodies found in camel's milk are special and can have more potential benefits for cancer treatment among other things.
The nutritional composition of camel's milk (this page contains a lot of information about the exact amount of various nutrients that occur in camel's milk)
There has even been a TED talk about camel milk. I was actually not very impressed with it overall;, but it did have some interesting information, so it was still worth watching.
Studies Regarding the Safety and Effectiveness of Camel Milk:
Consumption of camel's milk by patients intolerant to lactose. A preliminary study.
"Except for two patients, who had mild reactions to the maximum dosage of camel's milk (250 mL), the acceptance was excellent. Pasteurization of camel's milk did not affect tolerance. Also, most of the patients showed significant clinical reactions when drinking very low amounts of cow's milk. Camel's milk can be considered an option for the individuals intolerant to lactose who present symptoms when ingesting cow's milk."
Camel Milk for Food Allergies in Children
(A small scale study with impressive results)
Mast cell stabilizing potential of Camel milk (Camelus dromedaries) in the management of asthma
"These findings suggest that camel milk (Camelus dromedaries) possesses mast cell stabilizing properties and therefore can be a candidate for the antiasthmatic treatment and thus, it may be used in the management of asthma."
Camel milk as an adjuvant therapy for the treatment of type 1 diabetes: verification of a traditional ethnomedical practice.
Camel Milk USA Discount Club
Camel Milk America
Camel Milk Association
OASIS Camel Dairy (they sell soaps, lotions, and other personal care products made of camel milk)
This page from Camel Milk for Health lists a number of sources, including some outside the US.