Why Cow’s Milk? An old tale- Cow’s Love for her master
Our Vedic Scriptures have put cows on a high pedestal.
Olden days stories’ communicated cows’ love for her master. Just like a mother, cow produces milk for the entire family. In turn the master provides her with sweet grass to cud on. This was the transaction of love.
When the master would fall sick, the concerned cow could immediately feel the low vibes enveloping the house. So, when she was left to graze, she would consume medicinal herbs, so that its medicinal properties get mixed in her milked.
Soon after drinking that medicinal milk, the sick master is magically restored to health.
In short, cow is an extremely sensitive and wise animal. She cares for people who care for her, just like a family member. More than an animal, cows were considered to be an auspicious part of every family, in the olden days.
Ayurveda on Cow’s Milk
Ayurveda recommends cow’s milk for almost, all its treatments. It is indeed nectar. It says: “rasayana” which means nectar-like, sweet, life-giving and energizing.
Cow’s milk proves to be the best medicine for the diseased and a sumptuous treat for the healthy folks.
A man suffering from ‘pitam’ or excess production of bile consumes milk to cure it but the same man once cured can feast on milk in the form of sweets, chocolates and other delicacies! Cow’s milk has all the nutritional properties required to cure a patient as well as
It has proven to increase metabolic rates in people. Cow’s milk is Aphrodisiac, helping build a stronger reproductive system in both males and females. It strengthens the bones and helps loose excess weight.
Top 3 Benefits of Cow’s Milk
1) Children who suffer from malnutrition, if consistently fed with cow’s milk can regain their nutritional requirements over a period of time.
2) Mothers suffering from lactation insufficiency seek cow’s milk because it is the most suitable supplement for mother’s milk. Scientific research has proved that cow’s milk has all the necessary micro and macro nutrients required to promote child’s growth.
Soy, almond, goat, buffalo or any other domestic animal milk cannot equate the benefits of cow’s milk. In the spiritual parlance, cow is deemed as sacred and her milk has satvik properties which is most suitable for infants and people across all age groups.
It is similar to mother’s milk and requires least filtration. It is safe for children to consume. On the other hand, buffalo’s milk has excess fats which can be life threatening for infants as their digestive tracts are yet to mature. The high fats can cause chest congestion in children as well as people above 70 years.
Due, to the exceptional properties of cow’s milk, cows are called ‘Gow-mata’ or ‘mother cow’. As infants, we sucked milk from our mothers. But, as time progressed, cows held the position of a mother.
Benefits of Panchagavya – A blessing to mankind
3) Panchagavya: Cow products offer various magical benefits for the internal body system as well as for external, bodily beautification. Panchagavya is an extraordinary solution made up of 3 directly available cow products (milk, cow’s urine, cow dung,) plus 2 products derived from cow’s milk that are (curds and ghee).
A mixture of these 5 cow products create Panchagavya.
It has benefitted many people with it being an organic body cleanser that sweeps toxic substances from the digestive tracts. Also, It strengthens immunity.It nourishes skin and hair adding to the beauty of the person.
Cow’s milk is called Soma in the Vedas.
The Gow mutra alone has innumerable benefits which is multiplied when consumed with other exceptional cow products! Panchagavya plays a vital role in the proper functioning of brain, nerves and other body parts.
In a nutshell, cow milk has got all the medicinal properties required for man to live a healthy life. For this reason, cow’s milk is called Soma or nectar, by the Vedic Scriptures.
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