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What are benefits of Gomutra?

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Asked by ankit shivam, 31 Jan '12 03:20 pm
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Being highly recommended by the scriptures, it is considered holy and safe to use. The original scriptures of Ayurveda consider cow urine to be the elixir of life. Perhaps that is why, cow urine is an important part of many Indian rituals where it is taken as holy drink.

In Ayurveda:

Gavyam pavitram ca rasayanam ca pathyam ca hrdyam balam buddhi syata
Aayuh pradam rakt vikar hari tridosh hridrog vishapaham syata

Meaning: Cow urine panchgavya is great elixir, proper diet, pleasing to heart, giver of mental and physical strength, enhances longevity. It balances bile, mucous and airs. Remover of heart diseases and effect of poison.

Cow Urine (gomutra), is a natural antiseptic and in Ayurveda it is known as Sanjivani. It is an extremely potent medicine most effective in treating all kinds of infections especially those of the kidney and liver. Gomutra is able to cleanse the system of toxins and acts as an antidote that protects the body from various types of poison. When used ...more
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Answered by Nauty, 31 Jan '12 03:22 pm

 
  
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Zero benefits
Answered by iqbal seth, 31 Jan '12 03:21 pm

 
  
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Urine is urine, the liquid waste that is filtered by the kidneys and excreted through the urinary system. It contains many solutes and biological products that are unnecessary for the living body and hence excreted and also some substances secreted by the urinary tract to facilitate this excretion. Chemical constituents of human and animal urine are almost alike.[28,29] For example, Urokinase is an enzyme secreted into the urine to prevent its clogging; today, it is extracted from human urine and used to dissolve clots in the coronary arteries in patients who suffer a heart attack.[30] Does this justify drinking ones own urine in case of a heart attack? Far from it.

Is cows urine safe for mankind? There are reports of severe adverse effects, even fatal, of drinking cow urine concoctions, further supported by experimental evidence.[31] Cows urine can also be a source of infectious diseases, especially leptospirosis, [32] that can spread through oral mucosa. The claim that cows urine ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 08 Feb '12 05:30 pm

 
  
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Diabetis ka medicine tayaar hota hai...is se.....
Answered by kanhaiyalal, 31 Jan '12 03:24 pm

 
  
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S. No. Name of chemical Effect of chemical on diseases
1 Nitrogen N2 ,NH2 Removes blood abnormalities and toxins, Natural stimulant of urinary track, activates kidneys and it is diuretic.
2 Sulphur S Supports motion in large intestines. Cleanses blood.
3 Ammonia NH3 Stabilise bile, mucous and air of body. Stabilises blood formation.
4 Copper Cu Controls built up of unwanted fats
5 Iron Fe Maintains balance and helps in production of red blood cells & haemoglobin. Stabilises working power.
6 Urea CO(NH2)2 Removes blood abnormalities and toxins, Natural stimulant of urinary track, activates kidneys and it is diuretic.
7 Uric Acid C5H4N4O3 Removes heart swelling or inflammation. It is diuretic therefore destroys toxins.
8 Phosphate P Helps in removing stones from urinary track.
9 Sodium Na Purifies blood. Antacid ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 31 Jan '12 04:57 pm

 
  
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