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Abstract

COW –effective natural approach of animal in pharmacy from Indian traditional medicine

Rao Lakshmana R*, V saikishore, B Ramesh, k Aditya

Department of pharmaceutics, Bapatla college of pharmacy, Guntur, India.

ABSTRACT

Indian cow urine more benefits compare than other countries cow urine. Cow is equal to mother in the Indian tradition and her urine panacea of all diseases. cow urine distillation process occur. Cow urine is a divine medicine and is used for treatment of several diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, asthma, psoriasis, eczema, heart attack, blockage in arteries, fits, cancer, AIDS, piles, prostrate, arthritis, migraine, thyroid, ulcer, acidity, constipation, gynecological problems, It is also used as bio-enhancer, increase the nitrogen content of the soil, for better rearing of honey bees, hasten the pubertal age of the heifers exposed to bull’s urine and as pesticide and parvicide for the fodder crops. Cow urine contains all substances, which are naturally present in the human body. Thus, consumption of cow urine maintains the balance of these substances and this helps cure incurable diseases. It is natural, eco-friendly with no residual effects, economical and easily available, hence can be harnessed as potential therapeutic agent.

Keywords: Urine Therapy, traditional medicine, panchgawya, scientific facts.


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