Pancha Gavya

Distillation is a science discovered in ancient India- called as Arka Shasthra.

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=panchagavya

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=cow+urine+ark

Articles

http://www.ijrap.net/admin/php/uploads/1168_pdf.pdf


https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/27da/0b4ca16afc7e28c36609fa854ec399c301c4.pdf

http://www.ajprd.com/index.php/journal/article/download/13/14

 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4566776/pdf/JIE-4-180.pdf

 http://govigyan.com/pages/Panchagavya-Ayurved

Video 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JO4psb8HII

cow dung-5 kg (use imemdiately)

cow ghee - 1 lit

mix above 2 and keep for 4 days in a mud pot and mix every day for fermentation

then mix all the below 

cow urine 3-5 liter

curd - 3-5 lit

milk 5-7 lit

extra mixture below (only to enhance effect)

temder coconut - 3 lit

sugarcane juice or jaggery - 3 lit or 0.5 kg

banana -1 kg

toddy a little with water needed. this will come in 30 liter in 15 days.This is for agriculture mix 3 liters of this with 100 liters of water and filter and use. This gives immunity to plants, animals and humans.This can be also be used as a nutrient.

Darbha grass can also be added. 

Uses: Good for everything. Ailments

Good to use one cow, only vedic cow best, not use while cow mensturating and diseased , should eat grass

1/2 thumb cow dung (5 gram) (use imemdiately)

cow urine 35 milli liter or 35 grams

ghee 35 milli liter or 35 grams

curd - 105 milli liter

milk 245 milli liter

darbha grass 5 put over night in water 35 milli liter

 

 

It is a traditional practice in Ayurveda to prescribe cow's milk along with certain medicines to enhance the efficacy/toxicity ratio. Casein is present in nano-form in the milk. Some phytoactives, like curcumin, would bind to casein and enhance absorption and systemic delivery .................Kimpel F., Schmitt J.J. Review: milk proteins as nanocarrier systems for hydrophobic nutraceuticals. J Food Sci. 2015 Nov;80(11):R2361–R2366.[PubMed]

 

Cow urine distillate as bioenhancer

 Antifungal effect of cow's urine distillate on Candida speciesAntifungal effect of cow's urine distillate on Candida species

 

Book on panchagavya

http://www.vedicgiftshop.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Panchagavya-Uses-Benefits.pdf

 

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Chemotherapeutic potential of cow urine: A review

 

 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panchagavya

 

https://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2017/05/18/panchagavya-patented-two-types-antibiotic-immune-boosters-preparation/

 Panchagavya

Panchagavya, an organic product has the potential to play the role of promoting growth and providing immunity in plant system. Panchagavya consists of nine products viz. cow dung, cow urine, milk, curd, jaggery, ghee, banana, Tender coconut and water. When suitably mixed and used, these have miraculous effects.

  • Cow dung – 7 kg

  • Cow ghee – 1 kg

Mix the above two ingredients thoroughly both in morning and evening hours and keep it for 3 days

  • Cow Urine – 10 liters

  • Water – 10 liters

After 3 days mix cow urine and water and keep it for 15 days with regular mixing both in morning and evening hours. After 15 days mix the following and panchagavya will be ready after 30 days.

  • Cow milk – 3 liters

  • Cow curd – 2 liters

  • Tender coconut water – 3 liters

  • Jaggery – 3 kg

  • Well ripened poovan banana – 12 nos.

  • All the above items can be added to a wide mouthed mud pot, concrete tank or plastic can as per the above order. The container should be kept open under shade. The content is to be stirred twice a day both in morning and evening. The Panchagavya stock solution will be ready after 30 days. (Care should be taken not to mix buffalo products. The products of local breeds of cow is said to have potency than exotic breeds). It should be kept in the shade and covered with a wire mesh or plastic mosquito net to prevent houseflies from laying eggs and the formation of maggots in the solution. If sugarcane juice is not available add 500 g of jaggery dissolved in 3 liter of water.

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  • For human consumption.
  • The cow dung and ghee are thoroughly mixed in the morning and evening, and kept for 3 days. After setting, it is mixed regularly for another 15 days, and then added to the other ingredients, and left to sit for another 30 days. Panchagavya is stored in a wide-mouthed earthen pot or concrete tank in open. Sufficient shade is usually provided. It is sometimes diluted before use.
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