Cow, a highly esteemed part of Ayurveda, is the living endowment of health, peace and prosperity. The Sanskrit word Panchagavya means mixture of 5 cow products. The three direct constituents are cow dung, urine and milk; the two derived products are curd and ghee. The crossbreed or the modified ones often produce milk are said to be A1. The nutrients from their products lack the necessary benefits.
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There are a certain Indian species widely recognized by a hump & uniform skin tone. By-products obtained from such species are pure and unadulterated so they are easy to digest. They are classified as A2. Ayurveda speaks highly about the divinity and significance of Panchagavya. Considering this Green Pharmacy on its glorious 25th year is launching a new brand called A2 Plus…..
Cow Breed: Tharparkar
Tharparkar animals are found along the Indo-Pak border in western Rajasthan and Gujrat up to the Rann of Kutch. The breed derives its name from the word Thar as the animal is found in the Thar Desert and term parkar denotes ‘the other side’. Tharparkar Cattle are white or grey in colour. Their dewlap hangs loosely below the neck like a collar. The forehead is broad and flat and slightly convex above the eyes. The ears are somewhat long, broad and semi-pendulous. Horns are set well apart curving gradually upward and outward with blunt points inclined inwards.
Cow Breed: Gir
The majestic Gir has a royal bearing and stands proud in the forest of Kathiawar and the Gir hills from where it gets its name. Gir is the pride of the nation and its native breeding tract is the Kathiawar region of Gujarat in Western India emcompassing the districts of Junagarh, Bhavnagar, Amreli and Rajkot. They are normally red-brown or brunette in colour. The distinctive hump on the back is larger and more prominent in the male. The exotic Gir is the breed of choice of dairy farmers on account of its remarkable milk yeild, longetivity and long productive cycle.
Cow Breed: Deoni
Deoni is a Dual Purpose breed and the bullock is as useful to farmers on their fields as a draught animal, as is the cow. Deoni is an important breed of the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The name of the breed is derived from its place of origin, Deoni, a small taluka in Maharashtra. There are three colour variations of the body, Wannera (Pure white with black patches on the both sides of the face), Balankya (pure white with black spots on the lower side of the body) and Shevera (white body with irregular black spots).