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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 11:21 AM - #Permalink
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    there is always a strange thing which i always notice in the caes of our most honourable physician - Dr Surendra Jee Sir jee, you are always ready with so much tabular data / references and this is why everybody is so huge fan of you as a person. thanks a tons for such an elaborative study on cow ghee and i am sure our nashik bhai bandhu will also come up with some new shlokas on goghrit as this is i feel their fav topic.

    • Dr Mukesh Aggarwal
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      already manishji mentioned in previous case sir....
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 11:28 AM - #Permalink
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    dear sir, first of all we should learn a lot from you in presenting any known or unknown topic... really wonderful sir.... i prescribe go gruta following our saints .... iam getting good results... but still very tough to enlighten somany who question me or ignore in usage of go grutam as in routine... thanks sir keep coming up with known facts in more focused way in explaining ????? god bless all.
    • Dr Mukesh Aggarwal
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      one doubt sir, how u all use sanskrit fonts nicely why i can't?
    • VAIDYA RAJINDER PAL SINGH
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      sister jee, you call our nakra jee or consult vaidya manish jee (he is on his way to become the best translator in world). he will guide you.
    • Dr. Surendra chaudhary
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      Madhvi, it is just a trick. I copy this content to Paint and save as jpg format and thats it. I m as poor in sanskrit as most of western UP Jaats.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 11:56 AM - #Permalink
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    yes sir i truly agree with you with this,only corporate world using marketing gimmicks,infiltrating the good things,as whatever people see they believe that without facts as it is been promoted by big stars. sir there was huge use of go gritha in good olden days ,when people use to prepare there ghee at home. and in ayurveda too there is more emphasis on taking go gritha only. this only reason you can say there is less heart problem that time compare to today stress full life. so we cannot get much reference about hridya roga in ayurveda more. thank you sir for elaborating this....
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 11:58 AM - #Permalink
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    excellent case study and research. thanks

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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 12:36 PM - #Permalink
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    Thank you very much sir for such a informative case study
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 12:46 PM - #Permalink
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    Excellent information sir. one more thing that cow's ghee is even described as hridya by some of our ancient teachers of ayurveda. So we can assume that people who exercise regularly and have good agni can easily digest cow's ghee without any ill effects if consumed in moderate amount as even ayurveda says that anything consumed in excess is harmful.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 01:07 PM - #Permalink
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    Dear & respected Dr. Surendra Sir ji. Very beautiful explaination had been given by u. There might be one thing which could work here. We have 2 types of cows - 1) Normal cows & 2) Jersy Cows. The milk & ghee properties of these 2 cow types differ from each other. So if we do the analysis of jersy cow's ghee, the result will be different. Moreover, we know that, for living, apart from LDL, Triglyceride & VLDL, we must have HDL in normal quantity, which is maintained by the ghee in digestible manner.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 01:17 PM - #Permalink
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    ** 1. although cow's ghee has cholesterol BUT high density lipids (HDL) i.e. good cholesterol. so can be taken regularly.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 04:21 PM - #Permalink
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    very good presentation and information . our aacharyas are always right ,only we should analyse it in the proper way with good knowledge to prove it . thank you sir for good information.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 05:52 PM - #Permalink
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    Dr. chaudhary this is very informative article. even today i see many old persons who in event of any sickness literally drink cow's ghee and get benefit of it even in age of75-80 years of life. they never face BP or cholestrol problem but walk with weight of 20/30/kg on their head. while on other refined oil contain numerous chemical to label them as refined.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 07:17 PM - #Permalink
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    Dr. Surender ji I salute you for this elaborated study put by you for all the doctors. during panchkarma treatments we use Cow Ghee in its original form or in form of medicated ghee. we use about 500 gms ghee in 4 days for snehan even in cases of obesity, moderate hypertension. touchwood always got good results. my point is your reference is very true in practical shape. i think cholesterol phobia is marketing stunt of multinationals. the old man still are eating ghee and jokes to youngs that hamne to purana ghee pee rakha to hi hum aaj tak jawan hai. tum kya karoge jindagi me. they do tonting. the main point is one must eat ghee as per agni. or first increase agni then use ghee. as ghee is easily digestable and its self agni vardhak. it nurish all dhatus. lastly ojus.
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 09:26 PM - #Permalink
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    thanks sirji by ur presentation it is sure that u have eaten lots of go ghrit in ur life
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    Thursday, December 30 2010, 11:11 PM - #Permalink
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    sir very well reseasched and informative article on GO_GHRIT...
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    Friday, December 31 2010, 07:41 PM - #Permalink
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    Excellent,Sir!a superb study & presentation which ordinary Physician like me is incapable of.a great job which deserves tons of gratitudes.Wish u a very happy New Year,Dr!
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    Friday, December 31 2010, 08:37 PM - #Permalink
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    great sirji.. During our PG tenure, we did some research work regarding " Effect of Ghrutapana over cholesterol levels "..Before starting Ghrutpana ..after Finishing Ghrutapana ...after finishing Samsarjana Krama..n during follow up after 1 month..." we got an incresed levels of cholesterol in jus 2 patients out of 25..lesser in 10 patients..n no significant change was noted in remaining patients... I m routinely advising 40 ml Ghrutapana as Samashamana Dose in a single or divided quatity... modern scientists never stress the standardised traditional method to obtain GHEE from milk..so there might be differences of opinion... Moreover..that much Ghee consumption is in our genes only..the North Indian Belt n middle part of India is consuking far more than normal Ghee in a routine Diets...since centuries..( Saatmyata ) our climate is different than the western one... ( Deshabheda & ecological effect ) our body constitution - food habots - Diet pattern is totally different than western ones.... we cannot follow the normal serological levels set by modern ones everytime to define the normalcy... So I think, research should be done with standardised Ghee made on the Ayurvedic guidelines...n then the discussion should be started.. thanx n warm regards,,
    • VAIDYA RAJINDER PAL SINGH
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      Thanks for enlightening me with your such a reserach oreinted reply as now after reading your reply, i am far more convinced in my approach that genuine cow milk ghee is very very good for human body.
    • VAIDYA RAJINDER PAL SINGH
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      oh sorry sir ! HAPPY NEW YEAR....i was so absorbed in your reply that i forgot to wich you. may this year springs whole new bright avenues in your life and may you b always blessed with happiness
    • Dr. Surendra chaudhary
      less than a minute ago
      Sachin Ji, Thanks for the reference,
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    Saturday, January 01 2011, 02:04 PM - #Permalink
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    Saturday, January 01 2011, 07:32 PM - #Permalink
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    nice presentation,sir....thnx
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    Saturday, January 01 2011, 08:29 PM - #Permalink
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    good info.sir thanks
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    Saturday, January 01 2011, 09:49 PM - #Permalink
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    thanks for good presentation sir...
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    Sunday, January 02 2011, 09:36 PM - #Permalink
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    Dr.Chandaliya Sachin has rightly pointed regarding the effect of ghrt in cholesterol profile. Even I found no increase in cholesterol level in patients. But,the only fact lies is the difficulty which lies in counseling the patient to take the ghrta preparations, by allaying their ???? OFpre-conceived concept of increase in cholesterol level on taking the ghrta preparations, which is a huge HERCULEAN TASK. PLEASE VIDE THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR A RESEARCH ARTICLE RELATED TO THE ABOVE TOPIC.... Sharma H, Zhang X, Dwivedi C. The effect of ghee (clarified butter) on serum lipid levels and microsomal lipid peroxidation. AYU [serial online] 2010 [cited 2011 Jan 2];31:134-40. Available from: http://www.ayujournal.org/text.asp?2010/31/2/134/72361

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    Sunday, January 02 2011, 10:32 PM - #Permalink
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    Gurujiko saadar prnaaam, I am very sorry..for late reply because of some personal reasons known to you
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    Wednesday, January 02 2013, 09:29 PM - #Permalink
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    Nice info.
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    Thursday, April 18 2013, 11:56 PM - #Permalink
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    sir thanks

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