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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Home Remedy for Cough

Am giving Home remedies for Cough.
Hope this helps you all for the good health.

**Mix equal amounts of honey and ginger (adrak) juice and warm the mixture a little and consume. Have 1 teaspoon, 2-3-4 times a day.

**Mix 1 teaspoon of basil (tulsi) leaves juice 2-3 times a day for children. Tulsi leaves can be crushed to a paste and the paste squeezed through a clean muslin cloth to get juice.

**Mix a pinch of turmeric (haldi) with warm 1 cup milk and have at night.

**A glass of warm water with juice of 1 lime and 1-2 teaspoon of honey is very good for cough.

These Remedies are participating in Home Remedy Event by A2Z Vegetarian.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Article on Silver Warak on sweets

When you buy bakery sweets with that silver lining on top called Warak you probably do not worry much about the origin of this silver layer. Let me draw you towards a few numbers and the processing associated with this warak.
Karnataka state alone consumes in one year 275 tons of silver warak and one of the raw materials used for the processing of warak is the intestinal lining of calves (calf less than two months old). To manufacture 275 tons of warak they kill about five lack sixteen thousand calves.

In 1947 in our country few hundred cow slaughter houses were present but today after 62 years of independence in the country where we worship cows as Kamadhenu, there exists more than 36,000 registered slaughter houses and may be another 30,000 un registered ones. Among these, few are high yielding ones with mostly mechanized equipments. One such slaughter house is in Devnaar town of Maharashtra and is called Al-Kabeer.

The slaughtering in Al-Kabeer happens in six stages
Cows are brought from all over the country in trucks packed fully.
Cows are packed in a field thousands at a time under hot sun, rain…etc. They are not given any water or food for three days so that they become week and will not resist during further process
They are now taken to the conveyors where an overhead chain is attached to one hind leg. At this point boiling water is poured over these cows to start processing of the hide. Cows are still very much alive.
Once they are fully soaked with boiling water and the top layer of the skin is soft enough the chain is pulled so that the cow is now hanging on its hind leg and is suffering from burns all over its body. With a knife the throat is slit partially so that the cow starts bleeding profusely (this will make the meat halal)
The cow is still living and now they make a hole in the stomach through which air is pumped in and the cow is completely bloated now like a balloon. At this stage they start de-skinning the animal. If the cow is dead then the skin becomes hard so they have to do this on a live cow.
Finally they kill the animal and box the meat to restaurants which is consumed by any meat eater

Are you still interested in being a non-vegetarian? There are many companies in the world which follow this process; Al-Kabeer is the India’s largest.

You will see other Al-Kabeer products also in the super market like sweet corn, ..etc. Please ensure you do not touch any of their products as the money you pay will eventually end up in such acts. Also few more products from same community which does such heinous act are Sunpure vegetable oil, Giva vegetable oil, Giva other products, etc. Before buying any packed product (even if it is vegetable based) please see the manufacturer and you will understand where your money is going and spread this mail to all you know.

At this rate of slaughtering, by 2011 there may be only fifty cows left per 1000 humans. In a land where 'Vasu' (cow) Deva gave birth to the Lord (Krishna) whose philosophy 'The Bhagavadgita' is a compass for our lives, we are letting this happen in that same land !