Eating beef is a sin and drinking cow’s urine or eating its dung brings health, if these self-styled guardians of ancient Indian tradition are to be believed.
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Other hand I breed your legs to the side, so that you can barely stand, and start stroking, first inner side of the thigh, and then climb up a little touch between my legs and immediately puts his hand down.
Only those who are absolutely ignorant about such facts can daringly market cow’s excreta as antiseptics, but the tragedy is that some practitioners of modern medicine, blinded by their faiths in their ‘spiritual heads’ or also appear to support such nonsense.
Conclusions: It is clear that cow’s urine and other excreta are only the waste products rejected by the animal’s body and are similar to the excreta of other animals and therefore, there is absolutely no reason why the cow’s urine or other excreta should be venerable over those of humans beings or other animals.
It has also been suggested as a medicine and more profusely as a pesticidal spray for plants and as a soil enriching manure. Very recently, panchagavya has been suggested as a remedy for chikungunya as well. Cow’s urine has been used in the preparations of hair oil, shampoo, skin cream etc. Preparations like soap, nasal powder, body powder, body cream, incense sticks, tooth powder etc.