Being in India, we have heard loads of praises for Cow’s milk. Ayurveda is loaded with health benefits, of Cow’s milk. It has been considered, the next best alternative to mother’s milk. So both children and adults, can drink this nectar given by nature, and reap the umpteen health benefits, it brings. Here are some of the most vital benefits, which I want to highlight:-
  • Exceptionally rich in Vitamin D and therefore
  • Prevents Diabetes
  • Good for Heart Health
  • Best for Both children and adults, as it is easy to digest
  • Helps in the Building of Stronger bones and Teeth
  • Aids Weight loss
  • Boosts Immunity
  • Reduces Hypertension
  • Great for Skin

With loads of other benefits, it’s time to make the switch from aerated and empty calorie drinks, and in fact, one Saint, who even started a new tradition to spread the idea of Cow milk consumption, is Baba Ram Rahim. He organized a unique, Cow Milk party, to beat, sugary drinks, and motivate people to switch to Cow’s milk, as part of occasions, too. After all, health is wealth and should be on the priority list at all times. Besides, another reason, for this unique gesture of Baba Ram Rahim, is promoting Cow based products so their killings, for flesh& other products could be stopped.

The reason, why Cow has been treated holy, as per Baba Ram Rahim Ji, is this animal has been created as a boon for mankind. Wherever there is a cow, there is no need of Doctor; it doesn’t let any bacteria, inside the house. The feces of Cow has the unique ability to keep bacteria, virus at bay. Even its urine, if consumed in the right manner, is capable of keeping many diseases at bay. What can be said of Milk and Ghee, then? Cow Ghee is considered the best tonic for a human body and mind.

Above arguments, truly make the idea of Cow Milk party, an incredible one. Baba Ram Rahim Guru has even created an Asia book of Record, through this innovative Cow Milk Party. 19713 people drank cow Milk Together, in a unique party, during the promotion of the Film Jattu Engineer, creating a novel record.