Cow Protection and Krishna Consciousness

… a blog by Madan Gopal Das

   Jun 20

Mother Cow – Poison (Toxin) Destroyer

Hare Krsna!

  • “ja ghar tulsi aru gay, ta ghar vaidya kabhu na jaye”

– a house that has a Tulsi (sacred basil) plant and a cow is never visited by a doctor. It is said: jivantu avadghnyah ta me vishasya dushanih. This means – let cows live without slaughter for their whole life-they remove poison and toxins. In ayurveda, poisonous herbs are purified by cow urine only.

  • “go mutre tridinam sthapyaya visham ten vishudhyati” – use of cow urine for three days cleanses poison.

The following is a speciality of mother cow: If by chance some poisonous or harmful material enters the cow through food, she absorbs it in her flesh. She does not let it go into cow urine, cow dung or milk or even if it gets there, she releases it in a very small quantity. These results have been compared with those of other animals by feeding them various items and then testing milk and urine. Cow urine and dung was always pure and remove toxins. Cow milk is certainly anti-toxic. Cow urine is included in “panchgavya”. “Panchgavya” is said to be a cure for all diseases. Panchagavya is made up of five cow products viz. milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung.

  • “yatvagasthi gatam papam dehe tishthti mamke prasnat panchgavyasya dahasagnirivendhnam”

Translation : From skin to bones, what ever sins (diseases) are in my body, are destroyed by panchagavya just as fire destroys fuel.

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One Comment

  1. Amit Nila says:

    All types of Cows must be respected ,still when it comes to use of products prefer Vedic cows.
    Recently my Uncle who is a farmer (Sangvi,Tal-Chakur,Dist-Latur)had come to our place ,i inquired whether he still has a jersey cow,to which he replied in negative citing 3 reasons for not keeping a jersey cow-1)It eats fodder many times more than vedic cow so it is unecomical to maintain it.
    2)Its dung stinks like human stool.
    3)Its mowing is loud & frightening.

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