Ayurvedic description of Cow Urine and it’s medicinal use

Posted by Madan Gopal Das | Posted in Ayurvedic Health, Benefits of Pancha gavya - blessings of cow, Glories of Cow Urine, Vedic Culture | Posted on 20-06-2010

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Hare Krsna!

Ayurveda is the medical branch of Vedas. “braham vakya janardanam” – Vedas have emanated from Lord Brahma’s mouth. They are for welfare of everyone. Therefore they are also called aptopadesh i.e. advice by near and dear ones. Cow urine makes one disease free by its prabhav (nature). Prabhav means inconceivable power. “Acintya shakti iti prabhav”. Prabhav is that power which cannot be conceived and described or analysed. Qualities of cow urine are stated in ayurveda.

DESCRIPTION ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA

TASTE: Pungent, bitter, astringent, sweet and salty. It has five tastes (rasas).

PROPERTIES: Pure, toxin destroyer, germicide, balances bile, mucous and air (kapha, vata, pitta), controls evil spirits, enhances brain power. Even if  drank alone it can destroy all diseases. All other qualities are described further.

Virya: ushma virya hai – the end effect on body after intake is warming in nature.

Vipak: katu hai – when it goes in stomach and reacts chemically it produces pungent taste after digestion.

EFFECT: Controls evil spirits, destroyer of all diseases, It cures all bodily and mental illnesses. It is divine drink of yogis providing divine powers. Ganga always resides in cow urine. It is destroyer of all sins (diseases). Even research in America has proved that the stomach of a cow always contains vitamin B.

It is in the mode of goodness. It brings goodness in thoughts. By drinking it regularly for six months, man’s nature comes in the mode of goodness. It destroys mode of passion and ignorance to a great degree. It purges out toxins from the whole body through urine, sweating and excreta. It is destroyer of psychological diseases. In ayurveda it is said:

  • “gavyam pavitram ca rasayanam ca pathyam ca hrdyam balam buddhi syata ayuh pradam rakt vikar hari tridosh hridrog vishapaham syata”

Translation: Cow urine panchgavya is a great elixir, proper diet, pleasing to heart, giver of mental and physical strength, enhances longevity. It removes all blood disorders. It balances bile, mucous and airs. It is a remover of heart diseases and negates the effect of poison.

Comments (4)

Great!

Hari bol Prabhuji.You did amazing work for welfare of society.

Hi,

I am writing this to share my experience.

About two and half months back a friend Mr.Amit Nila strongly suggested that i start taking cow urine to improve my health.Although the concept was new to me I gave in to the genuine concern of my friend.After a few weeks (8-10) I realised that the lipoma( a benign tumor composed of fatty tissue ) on my left cheek had gradually and significantly reduced to about 2cm from 5cm.Prior to this i had consulted reputed Physicians and Skin specialists associated with leading hospitals in Mumbai only to be told that there is no cure the only thing one could do is opt for surgery to remove it.However it was not just one on my cheek.in the last few years it had appeared on my chest,forehand and back too.Surgery didnt seem a very nice option to me However intake of cowurine has definitely helped me. Those with lipoma can look at cow urine as a healthy and natural way of dealing with

Thanks
Rajesh Lad

Hi, my wife was under going treatment in Yashoda hospital as a psychiatric patient, it was nearly 3 years, we were fed-up with various types of drugs prescribed to her, the condition of the patient became from bad to worse, she was sleeping for nearly 18 hours a day, i happen to read the Success of cow Milk/urine and suggested my wife we will have try with it, she was reluctant to drink urine but agreed to take cow milk, with in 3 months 75% she has recovered, now she hardly sleeps for 6 to 8 hrs a day she gets up early by 04.30 AM
by 5 AM she goes to Sai baba mandir for morning walk she returns by 5.45 and takes up her house hold routine work we are very grateful to Madan Gopal Dassji for his educating blogs and long live my Mother Cow.
Warm Regards
ARYA

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