Gomutra is the Sanskrit term for cow urine. The cows produce an average of 13 L of urine per day. It ranks second in terms of demand for cow products, next to the milk. Gomutra has multiple uses. Conventionally, this was used as a purifier of the body, mind, and soul when incorporated into a formulation called Panchagavya, used in Hindu religious rites. Another important application of gomutra, popular since historical times is its application in agriculture as a manure. The last couple of decades have seen a revolution in cow farming in India with the advent of cowpathy, the science and art of application of cow products for healing purpose. Gomutra leads the medicinal products of cow origin and proved to be a potential cure for several challenging human diseases including cancer and AIDS. This has elevated the status of humble cow urine to “gomutra gold”.
Gold in gomutra and Gomutra gold
The golden yellow color, invaluable utilities, and unique chemistry with rare mineral and nutrient composition of the cow urine including gold salt make it highly sought after product. Today it has succeeded as a purifier of the body and soul, as a medicine with miraculous curative and preventive properties, and as a wonderful manure and protective agent for plants have raised its status to GOMUTRA GOLD
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