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Camel urine.

PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 11:53 am
by sum
I have often wondered how, or whether, camel urine is labelled on bottles.

Do the bottles of camel urine have a "Use by" date?

Do they copy the wine bottles in the West, where the area of the vineyard and grape is stated as well as the vintage, and state which camel the urine came from or which area the camel grazed and when?

Do they state the "dose" and how the urine is to be stored - is it to be kept in the fridge alongside the milk?

Is fresh urine the best or is it more effective when it has "matured", although the maturation might lead to some alcohol being produced and so prohibit its drinking?

Can Garudaman or muslimforever2012 throw some light on this matter and have they tried it and do they recommend it?

sum

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Sun Sep 17, 2017 3:11 pm
by manfred
:lotpot: :clap:
I understand it is sold in Chemist shops in Saudi Arabia, in little bottles like this...




By the way... do you remember the story of the shopkeeper in Jeddah who sold camel urine in bigger bottles (re-used small mineral water bottles) and cheaper? He was closed down by the Saudi authorities because, due to lack of camels, he used his own urine and that of his family....



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3370464/Saudi-authorities-close-shop-selling-traditional-camel-urine-drinks-discovering-owner-filling-bottles-bodily-waste.html

Nosuperstition would probably know more about this.... but I understand there is a roaring trade in India ... in COW'S urine. This kind of thing pre-dates the camel urine craze in Arabia, so the whole idea may well have been "borrowed" from India, but due to lack of cows, Camels were substituted.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:24 am
by sum
Hello manfred

I must admit that I was feeling a bit frivolous when I opened this thread. The topics have gone a bit quiet and the muslims have run away because they can not cope with the truth of Islam being revealed to all and sundry. They have no defence against the banality and evil of Islam and so leave the threads. At the same time, it also shows the power of mind programming where belief overrides common sense, never mind facts. Critical thinking appears almost non-existent in muslims simply because of Islamic indoctrination which includes fear.

Come on. muslims, use your critical thinking. As the saying goes "If you do not use, it you will lose it".

sum

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:01 am
by Ariel
This clever devil is drinking it from the source. You can't have it more fresh than this.



:barf: I am feeling sick now.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:38 pm
by Nosuperstition
Nosuperstition would probably know more about this.... but I understand there is a roaring trade in India ... in COW'S urine. This kind of thing pre-dates the camel urine craze in Arabia, so the whole idea may well have been "borrowed" from India, but due to lack of cows, Camels were substituted.


I never knew that cow urine is used in Ayurvedic medicines until I came to this forum i.e. the one which I joined in 2004 or so.Yes I do know that cow excrete is mixed with water and used for spraying before the door of a house. Thats it. Anyway read somewhere that Indians form a considerable number of researchers in English medicine as of today.And yes I also knew that cow urine is used in some religious rituals as the anterior of the cow is said to be the place where goddess Laxmi,goddess of wealth is said to reside.Hence even during cow worship,its anterior is worshipped.Thats it.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:36 pm
by Ariel
Isn't internet wonderful? We can buy the urine online. One bottle 5 euro. That is not too expensive I think?

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Camel urine is used in particular to treat skin-related illnesses, such as ringworm, scabies or cutaneous abscesses, dental problems, eye infections, snake bites, but also all abdominal pains (in particular stomach pains), and ulcers. Camel urine also has anti-dandruff properties and, when used in shampooing, it lends a brilliant lustre to the hair. It can also prevent thirst and hunger for the caravan driver lost in the desert. Several researchers in Arab countries also declare that camel urine has anti-carcinogenic properties, particularly with regard to cancer of the liver.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:50 pm
by pr126
I have read on the Internet that in Saudi Barbaria a man was arrested selling camel urine which was his own urine, not from a camel.
Do they have a Trade Description law there?

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2017 11:16 pm
by Fernando
Off topic but....
Nosuperstition wrote:Yes I do know that cow excrete is mixed with water and used for spraying before the door of a house.
ISTR that in some areas of England where householders are expected to keep their houses looking rural ("preservation areas") they're told to spray them with diluted cow dung to make new houses look old.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 2:06 pm
by Nosuperstition
Fernando wrote:Off topic but....
Nosuperstition wrote:Yes I do know that cow excrete is mixed with water and used for spraying before the door of a house.
ISTR that in some areas of England where householders are expected to keep their houses looking rural ("preservation areas") they're told to spray them with diluted cow dung to make new houses look old.


Yeah even in India,they use the dung and not urine for such an act.The reason cited is cleansing.Perhaps by simple trial and error ancient Hindu scientists might have observed lesser incidence of diseases.Hence they would have developed it into medicine/disinfectant just like turmeric.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 3:40 pm
by Nosuperstition
While it is easy to make fun of whole Ayurvedic system of medicine as snake oil/herbal medicine,one must not forget that even present day Western scientists are trying to patent certain ayurvedic medicinal items such as the neem ,tulsi and turmeric in vogue in the subcontinent for millenia. So while Ayurvedic medicine certainly is not as effective as Allopathy,it still has its own merits.Similarly the cure for malaria was discovered amongst native Amerindian tribes of South America by the missionaries.It is also a herbal medicine.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 11:16 pm
by Fernando
Nosuperstition: you're right, of course - quite a lot of pharmacology is derived from such as herbalism. I think the problem is that such systems, instead of saying that they're based on the experience of folk-medicine, try to supply theories to explain it, such as the "doctrine of signatures" that lead to such nonsense as homoeopathy, That way, the good findings - e.g. digitalis - are dismissed along with the bad claims - e.g. rhino horn.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 2:01 pm
by Nosuperstition
Allopathy seems to be based more so on specific chemical/antibody rather than the the natural herb,one of whose ingredients might cure the disease when its curative properties overweigh the disease intensifying properties.For example lemon is considered to have Vitamin C which fights diseases such as common cold.However my observation right from childhood is that it is a 'chaluva' or cold material which only increases my cold. Allopathic medicines might withstand to a greater extent the scientific test of blind repeats than say camel or cow urine with regards to health benefits while using trial and error method.

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:56 pm
by Fernando
Latest Camel News

Health experts zero in on camels to fight deadly MERS virus

Er no, not yet another use for that wonderful urinary panacaea:
The disease is coming from the camels. And being spread wherever there are dromedary camels.
So it's a respiratory disease - but would you want to risk drinking urine from an infected camel? Let alone expect it to cure you of anything?
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-mers/health-experts-zero-in-on-camels-to-fight-deadly-mers-virus-idUSKCN1C61OC

Re: Camel urine.

PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:26 am
by sum
I wonder if any of the FFI muslim contributors to the forum have ever tried camel urine? If they have not then does it not suggest that they do not agree with Muhammad and his claim that the urine is therapeutic?

sum