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Panchgavya (or cowpathy) is an Indian therapeutic practice which uses the "five products" of cows. The five products are milk, curd, ghee, urine and dung, (and Panch in Hindi means five). It is described in Ayurvedic medical texts. Dhama K. et al, Panchgavya (Cowpathy): An Overview, International Journal of Cow Science, 2005:vol 1:issue 1 The products obtained are also used either as fertilizers or pesticides in agricultural operations. Cowpathy has been describedCowpathy: A new version of ancient science, Employment News website (undated), Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India as an example of Indigenous Technical Knowledge (see Participatory technology development).
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