In Atharva Veda (Ancient Indian scripture) it is clearly written that cow urine contains gold. But know one validated this fact in modern time but scientist from Junagadh Agricultural University (JAU) found gold and silver with other Metal in the urine of Gir cows.
The scientist further explains that the gold quantity varied with age of cows and season of the year. The gold concentration is lower in urine of adults as compared to calves. Comparably, Low gold was found in urine of milching cows as compared to dry ones. The gold content was observed lower in samples collected during monsoon as compared to summer.
Other than this 5,100 compounds found in Gir cow urine and 388 compounds have vast medicinal properties that can cure several disorders.
The gold salt in cow urine can be converted into powder, and then into metal form. Gold is very crucial for almost all operations of the human body especially for our nervous system. As mentioned in Ayurveda, small quantity of gold mixed with liquid or Swarnaprashana and given to children boosts their development and mental health.
One liter of Gir cow urine contains 3 milligrams to 10 milligrams of gold, 2 milligram silver, 0.5 milligram of Zinc and 1.2 milligram of boron. The Food Testing Laboratory of JAU scientist analyzed 400 samples of the cow’s urine and traces gold .According to old saying all cows have a special nerve in the spine that absorb energy from the moon but Gir cows have another nerve in the hump that absorb energy from the sun .
The Gir cows are extremely intelligent and social cattle having hair that is laminated with an oil that is secreted by the skin of cow and act like natural insect repellent. This cow has extra layer of muscle tissue just under the skin (like in horses) which empower them to shake their skin to discourage or remove parasites. Gir Cow Mostly found in Saurashtra region of Gujrat in the district of Amreli, Rajkot, Bhawnagar, kota and Tonk district of Rajasthan.