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Coronavirus: Is drinking cow urine any help?

Coronavirus: Is drinking cow urine

Bovine pee and compost

There is a long convention in India of advancing dairy animals pee and fertilizer as customary solutions for different ailments.

Furthermore, a MP from the decision Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Suman Haripriya, has proposed they could be utilized against the coronavirus.

There have been past examinations into the potential enemy of bacterial properties of dairy animals pee.

What’s more, a Hindu patriot bunch has held a dairy animals pee savoring occasion the capital, Delhi, to advance its utilization for handling the infection.

BJP MLA Suman Haripriya

In any case, Dr Shailendra Saxena, of the Indian Virological Society, told: “There is no clinical proof to show that dairy animals pee has against viral attributes.

“In addition, utilizing dairy animals compost could demonstrate counter-gainful as cow-like fecal issue could contain a coronavirus which may reproduce in people.”

Liquor free hand sanitiser

Just as bovine waste cleanser, Cowpathy has been selling liquor free hand sanitiser with “refined dairy animals pee acquired from indigenous cows” online since 2018.

At present out of stock, the item page says: “Because of appeal, we are as of now constraining the buy amount per client for this item to expand access for our clients.”

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In the mean time, Ramdev, a yoga master on a well known Hindi news channel, has proposed making home grown hand sanitisers at home.

He likewise said expending a creation of ayurvedic herb giloy, turmeric and basil leaves could help forestall coronavirus.

Be that as it may, the World Health Organization and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) state it is imperative to utilize liquor based hand sanitisers.

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What’s more, Prof Sally Bloomfield, at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, says any natively constructed hand sanitiser will be insufficient as even vodka contains just 40% liquor.


A week ago, Anil Vij, the Health Minister of Haryana state, in northern India, made an intrigue for individuals not to eat meat.

“Be veggie lover,” he tweeted.

“Try not to make infections like coronavirus, which represent a risk to humankind, by having [meat of] various types of creatures.”

A Hindu patriot gathering, in the interim, guaranteed the coronavirus had come to rebuff meat-eaters.

In any case, after the service that supervises domesticated animals creation said it had prompted a fall in the deals of eggs and chicken, the Indian government’s reality checking administration posted an answer of the case.

What’s more, government serve Giriraj Singh said the Indian nourishment controller had discovered no proof for it.

‘Hostile to coronavirus’ bedding

The coronavirus pandemic has additionally driven a few organizations to sell items they guarantee can battle the infection.

A 15,000-rupee (£165) “hostile to coronavirus” sleeping pad was as promoted infection safe, for instance.

Arihant Mattresses overseeing executive Amar Parekh advised: “It is hostile to parasitic, against unfavorably susceptible, dustproof and waterproof, so nothing can go inside it.”

  • In any case, the promotion had now been evacuated
  • “I would prefer not to make hurt anybody,” he said.
  • “We didn’t do it after there was a kickback.”