Distilled Cow Urine-The Best Antidote For Obesity (Weight Loss)

The gravity of Obesity menace can be understood from the fact that two-third of American adults are Obese. The government had to declare Obesity and Diabetes as national epidemics last year.

Cause – Obesity

In Ayurveda overweight is a sign that the vata, pitta, and kapha systems are out of balance. This can happen irrespective of how much or how little food you eat. Weight control problems happen when your food intake is not balanced by a proper digestion or metabolism.

Overweight or obesity is mostly found in people with predominantly kapha-type constitutions. This dosha is composed of water and earth. When it is imbalanced, the heavy characteristics of these elements become exaggerated.

However, obesity can be found in people with the other two doshas also. For example, people with pitta dosha are generally of medium build. But they can suffer from poor digestion if their digestive fire is too low because they have burned themselves out. As a result, food isn’t processed properly, and that, in turn, can result in weight gain or obesity.

For people with vata dosha the problem generally is that of underweight rather than overweight. They cannot properly absorb nutrients. However, they can become overweight when imbalanced if they attempt to eat sweet, oily foods in an attempt to calm their vata imbalance.


Principle For Treatment Of Obesity In Ayurveda

The Ayurvedic approach to achieving your ideal weight is based on recognizing at your body type and then treating it back to natural health.

In Ayurveda, strategies are designed for each person after a careful analysis of the condition of the person – mind, body, and the soul. The specific approach depends on the dosha of the person.

In general, the Ayuvedacharya will advise you to:

  • 1. Follow a Daily Lifestyle Regimen and diet for your constitution.
  • 2. Increase your intake of foods that enhance your digestive fire.

The foods that are especially beneficial are:






Bitter melons

Dark, bitter greens


Other Strategies to increase your digestion include:

Sip hot water throughout the day.

Fast one day a week on liquids. You may have fruit or vegetable juices, warm skim milk, light soups, teas, etc.

Drink ginger tea 2-3 times per day.

Chew a thin slice of fresh ginger root a few minutes before meals. Or grate a little ginger, mix with some lemon juice and salt, and eat a pinch or two.

Use herbs and spices that are primarily pungent (spicy), bitter, or astringent. Common useful spices include: cumin, ginger, mustard seed, cayenne, and black pepper. Use them generously in your cooking.

Use Ayurvedic herbs such as gotu kola, amalaki, and shilajit in powder or capsule form.

Exercise regularly according to your body type.

  • 3. Reconnect with your inner self and your present life.

How do I feel?

What weight do I want to be?

Am I hungry for something other than food?

Am I using food to fill a void that is created by being unsatisfied emotionally or psychologically?

Am I nourishing all my senses?

  • 4. Eliminate ama

All the above measures for stimulating the digestive process are also effective for reducing ama, which by definition is a byproduct of inefficient or incomplete digestion. Ama tends to clog up the circulatory, lymph, and other channels of the body. People who are overweight almost always have an excess of ama in their bodies. Getting rid of the body of its ama is a primary strategy of Ayurvedic treatment.


Obacity Cure-Through Cow Urine

There has been a lot of debate on the benefits and efficiency of cow urine regarding weight loss and weight management.



Traditionally, cow urine has been used to treat various ailments and problems for thousands of years in India. Cow urine is considered sacred in Hindu mythology. It’s medicinal and healing properties are widely being propagated all over the world.

But now results of extive research have successfully proved that cow urine can cure obesity, heart ailments, skin diseases, kidney ailments.

How does it work?

Cow urine consists of urea, uric acid and minerals along with other waste that has not been digested by the cow. Researchers also claim that cow urine contains Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, Sodium, Potassium, Nitrogen and other minerals. Enzymes which are very important for digestion are also found in cow urine.

What Latest Research has to Say on Benefits of Weight Loss ?

According to Australian researchers, a moderate weight loss up to 6 kgs can boost the immune system in obese people.

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