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Ghee for Hair

Although hair is not essential to life, it is of sufficient cosmetic concern to provoke anxiety in anyone when it starts thinning, falling or bald patches. To a woman the sight of a comb covered with lost hair can cause mental strain.

  • The average hair growth is about 1.2 cm per month.
  • Daily 70 to 100 strands of hair fall down nothing to worry when it exceeds then we notice thinning hair and bald patches.
  • Most people lose their hair in 30’s because at that time hormones in body will change due to unhealthy diet, lack of physical activities and some other reasons.

Causes:

  • Inadequate nutrition
  • Lacking in vitamin B 6
  • stress, anxiety, depression
  • sudden shock
  • unclean condition of the scalp (weakens the hair roots by blocking pores)
  • heredity

Ingredients:

  • Desi Ghee (2 to 3 table Spoons according to the length and volume of Hair)
  • Almonds 4 to 8 Pieces

Procedure:

  • Take sufficient amount of Desi Ghee according to your Hair volume and length.
  • Cut 4 to 8 almonds in to small pieces. (4 for short hair and 8 for long hair)
  • Put the almond pieces in the Desi Ghee in a Container and heat it on stove till Desi Ghee melts and almond pieces will turn in to black color.
  • Remove the container from the stove and allow it to cool down to the extent you can tolerate.
  • Massage this warm mixture of Desi Ghee + almond on your head skin with gently with the help on finger tips
  • Leave for at least 3 to 5 hours and then wash Hair with warm water.

Precautions:

  • It’s best to use pure desi ghee that is a direct extract from Milk.
  • Don’t heat desi ghee and alomds too long as desi ghee can catch fire. Just wait for almond to turn in to black color. It will just take 3 to 5 minutes for almonds to change their color.
  • The stove degree should be kept at medium in the start and then low down after 60 seconds.
  • You can filter out the black almonds before massaging desi ghee in to your hair.
  • Don’t use cold water to wash off Desi ghee from your Hair. Always use warm water.

Conclusion:

This hair treatment will stop your hair fall and make them silky shiny and strong. Using this hair treatment every after seven or 14 days will not only help in hair restoration of falling hair but it will also increase hair growth.

It’s one of the very effective Hair Loss home remedies for both Men Hair Loss and Women Hair Loss scenarios. Constant use can help avoid baldness in older age.

by ShuMaiLa

Other home remedies for baldness:

  • Indian gooseberry oil: Oil is prepared by boiling dry pieces in coconut oil. It is a valuable hair tonic for enriching hair growth. Another remedy with this is take equal quantity of both gooseberry and lime juice and use it as a shampoo. It stimulates hair growth and prevent hair loss.
  • Margosa: Margosa leaves are found beneficial in the treatment of hair loss or baldness. It kills lice and other infesting insects and also make the hair longer. If the hair has been falling or ceased, it should be washed with decoction of neem leaves (margosa).
  • Mustard oil and henna leaves: Take 65 grams of henna leaves and boil them in 250 ml of mustard oil. After that filter the oil through a cloth and preserve it in bottle. Massage your scalp with this oil regularly will produce abundant hair.
  • Coconut milk: Apply coconut milk all over the scalp massaging it into the hair roots is also beneficial in the treatment of loss of hair or baldness. It nourishes your hair and promote hair growth. Coconut milk is prepared by grinding the coconut shaving and squeeze them well.

Source: way2medicare.blogspot.in

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Gir Cow Breed India

Gir Cow Breed is very social cattle and spend a lot of time licking, touching and leaning on each other. The bulls tend to protect the herd and the whole herd protects the calves. The cows seem to rotate being nurse maids and a large number of the calves stay together with them, but as soon as there is a disturbance the whole herd will gallop back to protect them.

The average milk production for the Gir is 1590 kg per lactation, with a record production of 3182 kg at 4.5% fat.

Distinctive features of Gir Cow Breed & Benefits

Body Size:
The origin of the breed is in the Gir forest region and surrounding districts of Saurashtra region of Gujarat State. It is a moderate to large size breed. Cows weigh 400-475 kg and bulls 550-650 kg. The body colour is shining red to spotted white. Skin is soft, thin, and glossy. Occasionally animals which are predominantly white with red spots are also seen, according to Dr. J. V. Solanki, Dean, Veterinary College, Anand Agricultural University (AAU), Anand, Gujarat.
Head:
The most unique feature of Girs is their convex forehead, which acts as a cooling radiator to the brain and pituitary gland (source of growth and reproduction hormones). The animals have a big head with prominent bulging shield like forehead and a long face.
Ears:
Their ears are long and pendulous, opening to the front and resembling a curled up leaf. Gir ears are very large and are an excellent fly and insect swatter.
Horns:
Horns are set well back on their heads and thick at the base. They grow downwards and backwards with an upward curve.

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Panchagavya & Organic Farming Techniques

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Description of certain organic farming techniques used by farmers in various villages.

Sanjeevak or Amrut Paani

  • 20 litres of Sanjeevak preparation Technique requires –
  • 10litre Cow Urine – collected over 1-2 days.
  • 10kg Cow Fresh Dung
  • 1kg Jagerry [Gur]

Mix all these together in a bucket and keep covered with a cloth to avoid flies. The bucket should be stirred twice a day for 7 to 10 days. After 10 days Sanjeevak will be ready for use. It must be used in a dilution of 1:9 i.e. for 1litre of Sanjeevak 9 litres of water should be mixed to obtain 10 litres of solution.

Sanjeevak can be applied to plants as a spray or directly applied to the soil. In case of trees, a boundary basin of 2mx2m can be created and solution poured directly at this basin. Sanjeevak can easily be stored for 2 months in an earthen pot but must be kept moist and aerated. Continue reading “Panchagavya & Organic Farming Techniques” »

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Gomutra Ark – As Immunomodulatory & Antioxidant Agent

Immunomodulatory And Antioxidant Effect Of Gomutra Ark In Rats

D. D. GOSAVI (Professor, Dept. Of Pharmacology, MGIMS Sewagram)
D SACHDEV (Asst.Professor, Govt. Medical College Jagdalpur)
K SALWE (Asst. Professor, MGMC &RI, Pillaiyarkuppam, Puducherry )

Introduction

In Sushrita Samhita Gomutra (Cow urine) has been described as the most effective substance / secretion of animal origin with innumerable therapeutic values. In India, drinking of cow urine has been practiced for thousands of years.

All the five products such as urine, milk, ghee, curd and dung obtained from cow possess medicinal properties, and are used singly or in combination with some other herbs against many diseases including Cancer, AIDS and Diabetes.1,2 This kind of alternative treatment, termed as “cowpathy’.
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Panchagavya – Uses, Benefits & Preparation

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Panchagavya is a group of derivatives of 5 elements obtained from cows i.e.

  • Cow Urine
  • Cow Dung (Gomaye)
  • Cow milk
  • Cow Curd (Godadhi)
  • Cow Ghee (Goghrta)

It can be considered as a gift from the heavens for the absolute well-being and good health of human beings.

Ancient scriptures such as “Bhel Samhita”, “Kashyap samhita”, “Charak samhita”, “Sushrutu Samhita”, “Gad Nigraha” & “Ras Tantra Saar”, speak highly about the divinity and significance of Panchagavya in human life.

It is believed that consumption of Panchagavya results in removal of physical as well as mental disorders and is an enhancer of Life force Energy, Physical Strength & Life Span.

Regular consumption of Panchagavya results in

  • The removal of slow poisons from the body,
  • Miraculous healing of food addictions,
  • Cure from side effects of Alcohol & Tobacco consumption as well as Atmospheric Pollutants
  • Strengthening of immune system

Panchagavya is prepared by the mixture of

  • 1 part – Cow Ghee
  • 1 part – Cow Urine
  • 2 parts – Cow Curd
  • 3 parts – Cow Milk
  • ½ part – Cow Dung

The different constituents of Panchagavya have specific & unique healing properties and hence each of it can be used individually too for treatments of diseases and their prevention.

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Cow Urine Therapy Benefits

The idea behind this article is to bring to focus, the science behind Cow Urine, Cow Urine Therapy and its countless benefits.

We have been taught a phrase quite early in life by the wise ones, and that is:

Do not accept anything blindly; Read / Listen / understand carefully, Analyze, Conclude and then Apply.

It has also been said by our elders:

Don’t consume anything that your great grandmother doesn’t approve of.

To start with, I would like to quote few lines by Srila Prabhupada, ISKCON, Vrindavan on “Holiness of Cows And their Precious Gift to the Human Race”

There is nothing which is more sacred or sanctifying than cows;

People should cherish cows for obtaining prosperity and peace. The supreme personality of Godhead Lord Krishna specifically mentions cow protection in Bhagwad-Gita

Without Cow Protection and Cultivation,  no human civilization or ethical values can prosper at length . In the Rig Veda, there is one whole section devoted to the cow. It is called “Go sooktham”. 
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Cow Urine Remedies

Hoe Remedies from Cow Urine for General Diseases

Cow urine contains carbolic acid, which is a germicide. Thus it adds to purification and cleanliness. In ancient scriptures the cow urine is said to be holy and purifactory, from this point of view. In modern light cow urine contains Nitrogen, Phosphate, Urea, Urine acid, Potassium and Sodium. The months in which cow gives milk, the cow urine contains Lactose which is very beneficial for heart and brain disorders. Gold salts are also present, which are elixirs.

Some Precaution while taking Go Mutra medicine

The cow; whose urine is used must be disease free and young ie, the one which hasn’t given birth to a calf. The best quality cow urine is the one where cows can reach natural vegetation as food from forest areas and ridges. Cow urine should be filtered 7 times through clean cotton cloth which has been folded four times and taken empty stomach in morning. Remember the best results are obtained by taking fresh cow urine collected 47 min before drinking purpose otherwise it is fit for external USE ONLY. Nothing should be eaten within one hour of taking cow urine. While giving cow urine to breast fed children, mother should also be given the cow urine. During monthly periods the women get peace and strength by taking cow urine. Generally an adult can take around 100 ml of cow urine daily.

Use of Cow Urine in different diseases:

  1. Patients of constipation should take filtered cow urine more than two times daily to cleanse stomach.
  2. Soak Harad (English: Chebulic myrobalan, Latin: Teminalia chebula Retz) powder in cow urine. Heat it on low flame. When water evaporates and powder remains then it can be used as a remedy for constipation in case who cannot use cow urine directly.
  3. In diseases like old fever, jaundice, swelling etc mix cow urine with Kiratatikta (English: Chiretta, Latin: Swertia chirayita) and water. Take this mixture for seven days every morning and evening.
  4. In diseases like cough, asthma, cold etc. direct use of cow urine removes cough immediately and gives comforts.
  5. In jaundice, drinking cow urine filtered through cloth, empty stomach every morning gives relief in one month.
  6. In case of children’s dry cough, filtered cow urine mixed with tamarind powder can be given for quick relief.
  7. Jalodar (water retention) patients should take cow’s milk and side by side cow urine mixed with honey to get relief.
  8. According to Charak; fine iron powder should be soaked in cow urine and taken with milk gives quick relief in Jaundice. This preparation should be nicely filtered before intake.
  9. In case of swelling of body only milk should be taken along with cow urine side by side.
  10. By taking cow urine added with rock salt and mustard powder cures stomach diseases.
  11. In case of burning sensation of eyes, constipation, bodily laziness and dislike of food cow urine with sugar should be taken.
  12. In case of itching, boils, vicharchika cow urine mixed with amba haldi (English: Mango ginger or Cochin ginger, Latin: Curcuma amada) should be taken.
  13. Cow urine is very beneficial in case of Suva disease in females after delivery.
  14. In case of skin disease especially leucoderma, apply mixture of Hartal , Bakuchi (English: Psoralea seeds, Latin: Psoralia corylifolia) and Malankangani (English: Staff tree, Latin: Celastrus panniculatus) in cow urine. Make a paste and apply over the diseased part of skin.
  15. In case of ear pain and other diseases drops of warm cow urine may be put in ear.
  16. In case of itching, massage with cow urine and take bath with cow urine after that.
  17. Mix powdered krishna jirak (English: Black cummin, Black caraway, Latin: Carum Bulbocastanum, Carum Carvi) with cow urine. Use this for massage then take cow urine bath, it cures all skin diseases especially a sure shot remedy for itching.
  18. Heat a brick and then wet it in cow urine immediately. Wrap the warm brick in a cloth and put it over swollen liver or spleen. It is beneficial. Their is a saying in Bengali:- Livaray pidaya kim dukha pave mati hin vaidya! Gomutrena sek dav sukha pave sadhya!! Meaning only a foolish doctor cannot cure pain of liver. Give heat fomentation of cow urine you will be relieved immediately.
  19. If cow urine is taken empty stomach filarial (elephantiasis) disease is cured.
  20. Salts of cow urine are beneficial in Urinary bladder outflow obstruction and to balance movements of airs (vat rog) within body.
  21. Hairs become beautiful on applying cow urine on hair and massaging with it and keeping it for some time. Then hair should be washed with water
  22. Taking cow urine mixed with old jaggery, tamarind power is beneficial in ring worm, leprosy, and elephantiasis.
  23. Taking castor oil with cow urine for a month cures arthritis and other joint pains.
  24. Cow urine mixed with saffron should be given every morning and evening to children suffering from rickets (sukha rog) for one month.
  25. In case of itching, cow urine with crushed neem (English: Neem tree, Margosa tree, Latin: Azadirachta Indica, Melia Azedarach) leaves should be applied on affected parts.
  26. Tuberculosis patient is very much benefited just by smelling cow urine and cow dung, as the smell itself destroys the tuberculosis germs. Thus he may be put in cowshed and his cot should be washed with cow urine again and again.
  27. In case of ring warm, grind leaves of Dhatura (English: Thorn apple, Latin: Datura metel) and boil it in cow urine till it becomes thick. Apply it on affected parts.
  28. If hairs of head or other parts of body fall due to typhoid or use of any medicines, then a paste made as follows should be applied. First put fine Tobacco powder in cow urine. Leave it for ten days. In ten days it becomes like paste. On applying paste to area, where hairs have fallen off hairs will grow again. One can use it over the head also.

 

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Insomnia(or sleeplessness): Desi Ghee can do wonders

I am 38 years old suffering from chronic problem of insomnia. Various allopathic and homeopathic medicines could not help me get rid of my problem and trying things like low intensity bedroom light, changing of pillows and bedding were simply useless.

I had become completely depended on sleeping pills for last 5 years now. No doubt the relief was symptomatic and I faced sluggishness and laziness during the day. It felt like hell and was desperate to search for solution.

Then as luck would have it I came across the site vedicgiftshop.com. I had the opportunity to learn about the benefits of cow’s desi ghee. It said that if cow’s ghee (clarified butter) is rubbed on the soles of feet at night before going to bed, relaxes body and mind inducing a good night’s sleep in a person.

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At first I was apprehensive and kept thinking ‘how come ghee rubbed on soles induce sleep?’ but since I had tried so many other things I thought I might give it a try as well. So I ordered for pure desi ghee (Pure Desi Ghee) as they are quality products prepared from indigenous breed of cow, the Gir Breed.

I started using the ghee. After using for 15 days, I experienced to my surprise that I fell asleep immediately after rubbing the ghee on my soles. I mean this was miraculous. My mornings slowly became fresh and dependence on drugs (with so many side effects) just vanished.

To add to my surprise, my face had a new glow as slowly the dark circles around the eyes and spots etc disappeared and also my eyesight showed marked improvement.

– Vandana Goel

Adulteration of Ghee

Adulteration of Ghee

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The market price of ghee is almost 3 times more than the price of edible vegetable oils/fats. The supply of ghee is also far short of its demand. These gaps between price and availability leads to several malpractices. Adulteration of ghee is more common malpractice in India because it will fetch more profit to the traders and also result into increased supply. Two types of adulterants are used in ghee:

  1. Vegetable oils/fats, and
  2. Animal body fat

The adulteration of ghee can start at the stage of milk itself. Water emulsion of coconut, groundnut and other cheap oils are added to milk or cream. On souring and churning, these transfer to butter, and thus on boiling of butter or cream pass on to ghee.

i. Adulteration with vegetable oils/fats

The analytical constants of ghee, as discussed in the unit 7, cover a very wide range, permitting fairly high degree of adulteration while still keeping the constants within normal limits. The feeding of various oil cakes or oilseeds and even starvation (under feeding) can also alter the individual analytical characteristics of ghee as to bring perfectly genuine (pure) samples under suspicion of adulteration. Those vegetable oils/fats whose analytical constants are close to ghee and butter oil cannot be detected visually are preferred for adulteration. Coconut oil approaches closest to ghee as far as analytical characteristics (high polenske value and low sponification value, iodine value and butyro refractometer reading). In respect of physical resemblance, hydrogenated fats (edible vanaspati), particularly groundnut, is most preferred. Its melting point is slightly below 37oC, has solid to semisolid consistency and even the characteristic granular appearance of ghee.

(Dr. Ravi Malik convenor on Indian Medical Association commenting on adulteration in Ghee & Oil at News-24)

Realizing the problem of adulteration of ghee with vegetable oils/fats, the introduction of an easily detectable ‘marker’ in vanaspati has been made compulsory by the Vegetable Oil Products Control Order, which is under the control of Ministry of Food andAgriculture, Govt. of India. According to this order, vanaspati shall contain raw or refined sesame (til) oil not less than 5% by weight. The Baudouin colour test enables vanaspati containing sesame oil to be detected in adulterated ghee.

ii. Adulteration with animal body fat

Adulteration of ghee with animal body fat is not so common as with vegetable oil/ fats. Tallow or other animal body fats obtained from slaughter houses are mixed with ghee in different proportions. The animal body fat being hard cannot be detected visually. The chemical characteristics of ghee adulterated with animal body fat falls within normal range of pure ghee, hence their detection is difficult.

Further, it is found that ghee prepared from buffaloes fed with cotton seeds acquire analytical constants similar to those samples adulterated with animal body fat.

iii. Detection of adulterants in ghee

(Equinox Labs demonstrates how to find whether ghee is adulterated or not – NDTV India.)

Several tests have been developed from time to time to detect adulteration of ghee with vegetable oils/fats and animal body fat. Under the PFA rules the Baudouin test, which should be negative is mandatory, whereas Agmark standards recommends that Baudouin test and Phytosterol Acetate test should be negative. There is no reliable simple method, which can distinguish genuine ghee from ghee containing as high as 20-30% animal body fats.

The Baudouin test for sesame oil consists essentially in treating the fat with concentrated hydrochloric acid and adding to the extract a 2% solution of freshly distilled furfural in 95% ethyl alcohol. Development of a permanent pink colour indicates the presence of sesame oil (alternatively vanaspati) in ghee. This test can detect upto 3% sesame oil in ghee.

The Phytosterol acetate test also detects the adulteration of ghee with vegetable oils. Ghee is an animal fat and contains cholesterol while all vegetable oils contain sterols of other types which are together termed phytosterol. This test will not detect the presence of animal body fat, such as tallow’s and lards in ghee, since these also contain cholesterol. The acetate of these sterols have characteristic melting point. Admixture of phytosterol acetate with that of cholesterol sharply raises the melting points of the latter, permitting detection of vegetable oil in ghee.

The sterols are obtained from ghee by crystallization from ethanol of the isolated unsponifiable matter. These sterols are then precipitated from ethanol solution as digitonides using digitonin. On boiling with acetic anhydride the corresponding acetates are obtained, and their melting points are determined. The average melting point of sterol acetate from ghee is about 114.6oC (range 112.7o to 116.4oC) whereas of vegetables fats always more than 125oC. If the observed melting point of a test sample is 117oC or higher, phytosterol from vegetable fat is assumed to be present and test is positive.

Recently many advanced and sensitive techniques, such as thin layer-chromatography, paper chromatography and gas liquid chromatography have been developed for detection of ghee adulteration, but these are expensive and time consuming.

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Cow Urine: Benefits in High Blood Pressure & Astama

Following article is written by a patient of two diseases; blood pressure and asthma that appeared in Kalyan Monthly, September 1995 page 801. This article has been given here unchanged-

My age is approximately 79 years. I was suffering from high blood pressure and asthma for long time. I was taking allopathic medicines regularly but unfortunately without any effect.

In gauseva issue of Kalyan monthly I read about treatment of various diseases using cow urine. I made up my mind, why not try this. I used to catch cold often. Therefore I started taking half spoon Alum powder in half a cup of cow urine. First day itself I improved. After about a month, when I got checked by doctors surprisingly I came to know that my lungs got fully cured and blood pressure has also become almost normal.

Earlier I could not walk even two hundred steps. But now I walk two kilometres daily.

If somehow I had known about it earlier, I would have been able to save my wife who died, five months back due to enlargement of liver. Various allopathic medicines were not effective.

It is my first hand experience that using cow urine for a short duration has miraculous effects to deal and cure all human ailments and disorders.

Ramswaroop Verma

Cow urine is fully capable to cure animal diseases as well.

As evidence, a letter from assistant Director, veterinary doctor, Mandsaur (M.P.) is attached here with.

Dr. R.S. Shrimal, M.V.Sc. & A.H.
Assistant Director, Veterinary
Ph. Off. 694 Resi. 412 PP
Key Village scheme, Mandsaur (MP)
Date: 25-11-84

Shriman Rajvaidji,

Respectful obeisances,

With reference to your talk on 25-3-84, as far as the utility and success in cow urine therapy is concerned, In Mandsaur area I have used your medicine based on cow urine to treat all types of animals diseases. Medicines made from cow urine were effective in following diseases:

  • Skin diseases
  • Liver diseases
  • Rheumatic diseases

Cow urine treatment has definitely been effective in above diseases. If this therapy is developed to cure animal diseases, definitely cheap Indian medicines would be available, in future on animal diseases.

Dr.R.S. Shrimal