Comparative antidiabetic activity and hypolipidemic potential of cow urine and its preparations

Pankaj Kumar, Veermaram Choudhary, R Patil
2017 IJSAR   unpublished
Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. Insulin enables cells to absorb glucose in order to turn it into energy. In diabetes, the body can't use its own insulin as well as it should doesn't make enough insulin and sometimes both. This causes glucose to accumulate in the blood, often leading to various complications. All over the world the diabetes is a biggest problem because there are no effective and non expensive treatment are
more » ... atment are available. The cow urine therapy is capable of curing several curable and incurable diseases. The holy texts, like Atharva Veda, Charak Samhita, Rajni Ghuntu, Vridhabhagabhatt, Amritasagar, Bhavprakash, Sushrut Samhita contain beautiful description about these things. Cow Urine Treatment is capable of curing diabetes, blood pressure, asthma, psoriasis, eczema, heart attack, blockage in arteries. The objective of the present work was to investigate anti-diabetic activity of cow urine. To avoid the side effect and expensive associated with allopathic drugs there is need of research of drugs without side effects. The approval of experimental protocol was taken from IAEC of institute before starting the study. Albino rats of wistar strain (150-250g) were used for study. The chemical tests for various constituents and pH & specific gravity were determined. Treatment with cow urine preparations on blood glucose level, lipid profile and lever & kidney function tests was evaluated. Oral administration of cow urine preparations (5 ml/kg) for 21 days, resulted in significant decrease of blood glucose. Fresh cow urine produced highly significant antidiabetic activity i.e. 275±23.75 to 129.1±2.27. However in case of gawarc and ganwati also produced significant decrease in blood glucose but less than fresh cow urine. The study clearly shows that the cow urine preparations possess potent antidiabetic activity.