Friday, September 16, 2011

Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra, Deolapar




Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra, Deolapar
 Cow has been allotted status of mother in Indian culture. As the mother takes care of her children without any expectations from them, so is the cow. Cow not only gives milk for our nourishment but the urine and dung of cow is also very useful. In order to conserve the cattle and to carry out the scientific research in medicinal, agricultural, pharmaceutical, nutritional, environmental and technological areas of Godhan (cow and its progeny), Go-Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra was established in 1996.

The laboratories of the institute are situated at Sevadham, Deolapar, taluka Ramtek, district Nagpur.
Panchagavya is a term used to describe five major substances obtained from cow viz urine, dung, milk, ghee and curd. These substances form a major part of the Ayurvedic treatment for several diseases such as leucoderma, hyperlipidemia, arthritis, renal disorders, acidity, etc. The centre has carried out extensive research on these substances and has obtained promising results on the above disorders from the formulations based on panchagavya. The Ayurvedic literature such as Charak Samhita, Sushrut Samhita, etc suggests a number of pharmacological applications of panchagavya. Recently, monocaprin contained in milk and milk products is reported to possess excellent medicinal properties.

A manufacturing unit of ‘Panchagavya Ayurvedic Medicines’ is commissioned at Sevadham, Deolapar. The license for manufacturing the medicines has been obtained from FDA, Maharashtra. The manufacturing is carried out under the supervision of qualified Vaidyas. The cows are regularly examined by veterinary doctors.

The organization provides information and literature on the utility of products obtained from panchagavya by publishing and distributing books and periodicals. It also aims to establish diagnostic and clinical centres across India. Efforts are in full swing to establish the branches at regional, national and international levels.

A healthcare centre for vanavasis (tribals) and under-privileged villagers is also established at Sevadham. Two dispensaries are also functioning in Nagpur where over 10,000 patients have been effectively treated. These centres have brought relief to those suffering from prolonged illness. Since 1996, clinical trials on some kidney patients and cancer patients have shown a remarkable progress.

Medical advice is also given through correspondence and many mails are responded regularly.
US patent has been granted to Indian scientists on the use of cow urine distillate on bio-enhancer. The scientists have made a pharmaceutical composition comprising an antibiotic and cow urine distillate in an amount effective to enhance the antimicrobial effect of the antibiotic.

Contact:
Go Vigyan Anusandhan Kendra,
Sewadham, Deolapar, Tehsil Ramtek,
District Nagpur, Maharashtra (India)

Nagpur office:
Kamdhenu Bhavan, Pt Baccharajji Vyas Chowk,
Chitar Oli, Mahal, Nagpur, Maharashtra (India)
Telephone nos: 0712-2772273, 2734182, 2731639, 2731385

How to reach:
Deolapar village is situated at a distance of 65 km from Nagpur on Nagpur-Seoni highway. State transport buses ply regularly on this route. One can reach Deolapar via Nagpur.

Source : http://www.newsbharati.com/

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