Organic Food

  • Organic farming is practised in 12 states in India in about 4.72 million hectares. In 2013-14, organic food production was 1.24 million tonnes
  • Awareness is still low. The current market (pulses and foodgrain the bulk) at $500 million (about Rs 3,350 crore). It was $360 million (Rs 2,400 crore) in 2014.
  • India’s foodgrain requirement at 333 million tonnes, well over current output figure. The government has set a target to bring 500,000 acres under organic farming in three years, with allocation support of Rs 412 crore.
  • Elevated to divinity in RigVeda – considered to be home to 33 crore Hindu deities
  • Griha Pravesh – cow is made to enter first
  • Newly wed bride is supposed to enter husband’s house first time in Godhuli magna period (when cows return after grazing).
  • Only cows’ milk offered to Gods
  • Worshipped everywhere as a mother
  • In Atharva Veda (Book X, Hymn X), the cow is formally designated as Vishnu, and `all that the Sun surveys’.

Desi Cow Milk

  • Indian desi cows milk produce A2 milk which contains A2 beta casein.
  • Desi cow milk only contains the A2 protein and no A1.
  • High level of Omega 3 that cleans the cholesterol deposits of blood vessels
  • Cerebrosides present in A2 milk increases brain power.
  • Strontium of A2 milk enhances the body immunity and protects from harmful radiation.

Ordinary Milk

  • Jersey cow produce A1 milk which contains A1 Beta casein.
  • All ordinary milk has a mixture of A1 and A2 proteins.
  • Harmful to human body.
  • Autism, Schizophrenia, Stomach Ulcer, Typw 1 diabetes and cardiac disease
  • Holsteins and Friesians are not native breeds of India.