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Gujarat Covid centre in ‘Gaushala’ uses medicine made of cow milk and urine to treat symptoms

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With Covid cases on the rise in Gujarat, reports of a ‘gaushala’ Covid centre is coming into light. As per sources, a Covid centre is set in a “gaushala” at Tetoda village in the district of Banaskantha, called “Vedalakshana Panchgavya Ayurved Covid isolation centre”.

At the moment, it is treating 7 COVID patients from the village in Deesa taluka using ayurvedic medicines made from cow milk and urine as well as allopathy.

The ashram was the creation of Rajaram Gaushala Ashram and began its operation on May 5 for patients with mild symptoms. “Here we are giving treatment to mild Covid-19 patients using eight Ayurvedic medicines prepared from cow milk, ghee and urine,” said Mohan Jadhav, a trustee of Banaskantha wing of Godham Mahatirth Pathmeda.

Anand Patel, the district collector, assured everyone that necessary permission had been taken.

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