Cow Protection and Krishna Consciousness

… a blog by Madan Gopal Das

Archive for the 'Glories of Cow Urine' Category

   Nov 20

More uses of Cow Urine.

Hare Krsna! Following are few more tips on how cow urine is beneficial to humans. Please note: we need to use the urine of Vedic cows only and kindly visit: for more details. Eye drops: Put few drops of cow’s urine in your eyes with the help of a dropper. For starters it’s important […]

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   Oct 24

Mother Cow’s blessings in my life.

Hare Krsna! Would you all not like to know how, I got the mercy of Cows along with Krishna (the supreme personality of God)? Mentioned here are few realizations of my life which has helped me to be here in front of you all. I would like to speak about cow more so would mention […]

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   Sep 27

True Story! – Miraculous Recovery.

Hare Krsna! I was born in the year 1983 5th November, and was residing at BARC colony Anushaktinagar, Mumbai.  All trouble started when I was 5 yrs old. I was suffering from ear pain & asthma due to which my parents and I had many sleepless nights.  In the year 1997, I suffered from diplopia […]

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   Jun 29

Times Of India article about Cow urine cancer drug

Printed from RSS-developed cancer drug gets US patent PTI, Jun 17, 2010, 02.49pm IST NAGPUR: An anti-cancer drug extracted from cow urine and developed by an affiliate of the RSS has got a US patent for the third time for its anti-genotoxicity properties, a senior official has said. The drug developed by RSS-backed Go Vigyan […]

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   Jun 27

Home-made Cow urine medicines for general diseases

Hare Krsna! Cow urine contains carbolic acid, which is a germicide. Thus, it adds to purification and cleanliness. In ancient scriptures, cow urine is said to be holy from this point of view. In modern light, cow urine contains Nitrogen, Phosphate, Urea, Uric acid, Potassium and Sodium. The months in which cow gives milk, the cow urine contains lactose […]

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