The Scientists and Vaidya (Ayurvedic Doctors) working with the Go-vigyan Anusandhan Kendra have studied different aspects of Panchagavya. Some Medicines are formulated using Panchagavya and some herbs. The Clinical trials are being carried out with these medicines. Encouraging results are helping in firm foundation of "Panchagavya Ayurved Medicine" as a science for health care.
A manufacturing unit of "Panchagavya Ayurved Medicine" is commissioned at Sevadham Deolapar, Nagpur (INDIA). A license for manufacturing of medicine has been obtained from F.D.A. Maharashtra. The manufacturing is carried out under supervision of qualified Vaidyas. The cows are regularly examined by veterinary doctors.
Go-vigyan Anusandhan Kendra have established two permanent dispensaries in Nagpur city wherein more than 10,000 patients were successfully treated for Chronic and routine diseases like Eczema, psoriasis, Pimples, dandruff, leucoderma, vatvikar, obesity, blood pressure, G.I. ailments like acidity, constipation, nasal & mental disorders, asthma & other Allergic disorders etc. Since 1996 Clinical trials on some Kidney patients and Cancer patients have shown remarkable progress.
Source - http://www.govigyan.com/panchagavya.htm
Panchgavya or more commonly Panchagavya or cowpathy is a treatment based on products obtained from cows used in Ayurvedic medicine and of religious significance for Hindus. It is made up of five cow products; milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung. Panchgavya is also used as fertilizers and pesticides in agricultural operations.
The medicinal usage of Panchgavya particularly cow urine is practiced in Ayurveda. Although some Indian doctors view the medicines as eccentric, proponents claim that cow urine therapy is capable of curing several diseases, including certain types of cancer.
The Hindu nationalist organization Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh developed a beverage called Gauloka Peya which translates as "drink from the land of cow" that incorporates distilled and sterile cow urine mixed with water and traditional Indian herbs and medicinal plants such as Brahmi and basil in a 1-to-7 ratio, claimed by the manufacturers to have medicinal properties. The group announced plans to market the beverage as a 'healthy' alternative to soft drinks such as Pepsi and Coca Cola. One doctor from Abu Dhabi dismissed these claims.
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