Getting started with home remedies & natural treatments is simple enough… in fact, you'll probably find everything you need right here, in your kitchen. Just scout around, add a little bit of this, a dash of that, and you're good to go! A healing mixture of honey & ginger juice can cure a cough, while a few dry figs soaked overnight can cure constipation. It isn't rocket science and it does not require a deep understanding of human anatomy!
The above shloka means that all the deities dwell in the body of a cow. Therefore the cow itself is as holier , as the deities. The cow symbolizes the dharma itself. It is said to have stood steadily upon the earth with its four feet during the Satyug (world’s first age of truth), upon three feet during the Tretayug (the second stage of less than perfection), upon two feet during the Dwaparyug (the third stage of dwindling and disappearing perfection) and only on one leg during Kaliyug (the fourth and current age of decadence) The name for cow in the Vedas is known asaghyna which means invioable. Another name is “ahi” which means not to be killed and another is “aditi” which means never to be cut into pieces.