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It is no surprise why we in India have a tradition of respecting and worshipping cows. Our ancient Ayurvedic texts like the Charak Samhita and the Atharva Veda identify cow urine as a powerful medicine. They called it Panchgavya. The treatment of disease using products obtained from cows milk, curd, ghee urine and dung.
Cow Urine when used as a form of medicine is known as cow urine therapy. In fact, the humble and unassuming cow has often been described as a mobile dispensary. Read all about research done by Mr Jain and his team of researchers and advisors on the elements that cow urine contains.
There are many types of cows. We will refer to the Indian cow. It's not surprising that the animal has been often referred to as a mobile dispensary.
"Various studies have been conducted where Jain's Cow Urine Therapy has shown significant improvement in patients."