Mt. Capra Goat’s Milk Whey Protein, Soap and Grass Fed Ghee Review

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Mt. Capra is a goat’s milk based health products company based in Chehalis, Washington, just south of Olympic National Forest.

Goat’s milk is generally regarded as an easier-to-digest alternative to cow’s milk, and that has been true in my personal experience, dating back to trying raw goat’s milk at a farmer’s market in Costa Rica.

Ever since then I have searched for high quality goat’s milk products but haven’t found that too often, except for at the odd farmer’s market here and there.

Thankfully, Mt. Capra is a company worthy of your hard-earned dollars when it comes to goat’s milk products.


For the purposes of this review, I got to try what I believe is a great value among products on the Mt. Capra website: the 6-in-1 sampler kit.

At just $24.00 this kit comes with a lot of nutrition: two packets of mineral-enhanced whey, two packets of electrolyte-enhanced minerals, a bar of goat milk cream soap, four packets of ‘clean’ whey protein, and two packets of grass-fed ghee.


Upon first receiving my kit I immediately wolfed down a packet of mineral-enhanced whey. I didn’t have much if any food on the day I drank it and it immediately energized me and had me feeling great again. This is my favorite product in the whole group along with the bar soap.

Speaking of the bar soap, it feels great on my skin. I love knowing that I’m getting something healthy in my morning shower instead of chemically-treated mainstream soaps.

The electrolyte packets were also a favorite of mine. These are among the best electrolyte supplements I’ve ever tried.

Lastly, the whey protein went down easily and was easily digestible. I would recommend it over the vast majority of whey protein supplements on the market.

Try the Mt. Capra grass-fed goat products sampler here

Simply put, everything from this company is first class.

They also carry colostrum, which is one of the healthiest and most nourishing supplements on the planet, made from some of the richest milk on Earth. I would love to try that supplement in the future.

Overall, I give this company five out of five stars. They even carry products designed to make a goat’s milk based infant formula (consult with a doctor before trying as always).

I would love to see purchasing options for cheese in the future, but that is one minor caveat from someone who loves just about anything goat-based.

Special thanks to Mt. Capra for providing their sample pack for me to try.

Be sure to check them out on their website by clicking on this link.

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Nick Meyer is a journalist who's been published in the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and several other outlets. He founded AltHealthWORKS in 2012 to showcase extraordinary stories of healing and the power of organic living, stories the mainstream media always seemed to miss. Check out Nick's Amazon best-seller 'Dirt Cheap Organic: 101 Tips For Going Organic on a Budget' by clicking here, as well as its sequel Dirt Cheap Weight Loss.