gir cow is one of the oldest native cows of india and produces only a2 type of milk. regular consumption of a2 milk has shown various benets as discussed above. gir cow, has only a2 beta casein protein in its milk. when gir cow milk is consumed, the harmful bioactive peptide beta-casomorphine-7 (bcm7), is not formed and thereby does not produce any harmful health conditions related to bcm7. hence gir cows are the source for safe and healthy milk. it is this cow that we use to produce milk for consumption, specially brought from the farms of _________ and we believe that consumption of this milk will work wonders on the health of our consumer. the effects will be visible to the consumer when he begins to feel energetic, strong, and mentally alert. gir cow’s milk is easy to digest and is also a remedy for various health disorders.
gir cow’s milk is signicant because of the presence of one of the most important ingredients, which is, calcium. this mineral is vital for the growth and development of bones. calcium gets joined to phosphorus and forms calcium phosphate, which is an important element of hydroxyapatite. this helps to give strength and structure to the boneswhile all the benets are known to dairy owners, the yearning to get more milk within a short span of time led to the cross breeding of dairy cattle with exotic cattle breed. due to this most of our pure native breeds have vanished while some are on the way to extinction. thus we have decided to get into this venture of producing milk in its purest form using gir cows so as to build a strong, healthy and a disease-free nation.
THE DESI COW
“the ve elements that come from the desi cow (urine, dung, milk, curd and ghee) are sacred and are medically benecial for the heart; they give strength and enhance intellect. they give long life, purify the blood and balance the vatha, pitha and kaphadoshas. they cure all diseases and detoxify the body.” millions of hindus revere and worship desi cows referred as gaumatha, kamadhenu and lakshmi. the desi cow is a symbol of the divine bounty of earth.
lord krishna, is often depicted playing his ute amongst desi cows and dancing gopikas (milkmaids). he grew up as a cow herder. krishna also goes by the names govinda and gopala, which literally mean “friend and protector of desi cows.” it is considered highly auspicious for a true devotee to feed a desi cow, even before having one’s own breakfast. milk and cow are revered as being holy in india, and no special observation would happen without them. this is the reason why all the holy texts have time and again mentioned about the importance of treating cows like a member of the family and rearing them in a healthy environment.