Ancient elixir of life experiences modern-day resurgence Print Donkey milk was hailed by the ancients as an elixir of long life, a cure-all for a variety of ailments, and a powerful tonic capable of rejuvenating the skin. Cleopatra, Queen of Ancient Egypt, reportedly bathed in donkey milk every day to preserve her beauty and youthful looks, while ancient Greek physician Hippocrates wrote of its incredible medicinal properties. Now it seems that interest in donkey milk is experiencing a renewed interest after Pope Francis reported thriving on it as a baby, and remarkable results are being reported in people with psoriasis, eczema, and asthma. Donkey milk preserves beauty and youth? Legend has it that Cleopatra 60 — 39 BC , the last active Pharaoh of Egypt, insisted on a daily bath in the milk of a donkey ass to preserve the beauty and youth of her skin and that asses were need to provide the quantity needed. It was believed that donkey milk renders the skin more delicate, preserves its whiteness, and erases facial wrinkles.
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