Tirupati, Dec 3 (UNI) Children who comsume traditional cow milk have better intellectual power as compared to those who consume some other milk.
The human intellectual power will increase, besides reducing cholesterol level, by consuming cow-based products, Professor Hitesh Jani from Gujarat yesterday said after submitting a presentation on 'designing eco-firendly and easily maintainable cow protection centres-models for rural communities' on the second day of the three-day National Conference on 'Glory of Gomatha'.
At Eswarya village in Jamnagar, women cooperative societies were formed, who earned profits by selling cow's urine.
The economic status in the rural areas has improved, he added.
Indian researchers were also in tandem with their western counterparts to find out the progress in Tuberculosis getting cured by using cow urine, the Professor said.
Mr Jani said, 31 varieties of cow's breed were available and 6,000 original breed cattle called 'brahmin cow' which were found in Italy, Brazil and other countries, were also available in Gujarat.
Rural Community Action Centre president from Erode in Tamil Nadu, K Natarajan, who is concentrating on organic farming, said Panchagavya, the blend of five products obtained from cow, was not only used for curing human diseases but also for agriculture.
The farmers were getting good results by using panchagavya formula and yielding more nutritious crops, he said.
Krishna Patrika Chief Editor Piratla Venkateswarlu urged to ban all slaughter houses.
Mr Venkateswarlu regretted that media was not highlighting the problems confronting the animal in proper perspective and the decline of traditional cows and old-age culture was causing concern.