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Use cow urine to be like Cleopatra

12 Oct 2016

Gujarat Cow Protection Board, known as Gauseva Board, an state government organization has come up with a new advisory, 'Aarogya Geeta' for women on cow urine.

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Cow Protection Board, known as Gauseva Board, an state government organization has come up with a new advisory, 'Aarogya Geeta' for women on cow urine.

According to board, if any women wants to look like Egyptian queen, Cleopatra, the most beautiful women in the world in those days should use cow urine, dung and milk as home remedies for various diseases.

The board advisory posted in the website also said that this has been proved to the world, as many researchers from foreign countries are revealed that by products from cow urine, dung and milk have helped in treating various diseases.

A chapter titled Gaumutra (cow urine) is on facial treatment states that to get eternal beauty, women first massage their face with cow milk for 15 minutes. This has to be followed by 15 minutes massage with cow ghee and turmeric. The third step is to massage it with cow urine for 15 minutes. The last step is application of a face pack of cow dung, to be washed off with neem water after 15 minutes.

The chapter also emphasis that natural beauty treatments can give you glow and shine that cannot be achieved through many layers of artificial makeup.

Cow urine treatment can help women get elegant, pleasant, attractive and beautiful personality and achieve love and affection from others, the chapter adds.

Cleopatra VII Philopator, known to history simply as Cleopatra, was the last active pharaoh of Ptolemaic Egypt. She was know to the most beautiful women in that period. 

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