In this series of articles we have covered so far the effects of Agnihotra on our environment (atmosphere, soil, and water resources) and also the use of Agnihotra in agriculture / horticulture.
Now let us look into the effect Agnihotra has on animals and how it can be used for animal husbandry. The first animal which comes to mind are cows.
Cows supply us with cow dung and milk from which we prepare cow’s ghee. Without cows there would be no Agnihotra, no Vedic Yajnyas. Can cows also benefit from Agnihotra?
Experience of many farmers show that the health of cows improves considerably in Homa atmosphere. Also it was noticed that cows on Homa farms are more peaceful as compared to neighbouring farms. Some examples:
Monika Koch, a German pharmacist, developed medicines based on Agnihotra Ash which are used with all kind of human diseases showing wonderful results.
When the farmer from whom they got their cow dung said that one of his cows was troubled by eczema, he tried Agnihotra Ash. Nothing else had helped, but the ash cured the eczema within a few days.
Another cow did not want to eat and got very weak – they added Agnihotra ash to the fodder, the cow started to eat and got strong again soon.
Peru, South America
Nene was a young bull at a cattle breeder farm in Amazon area, Peru, South America, worth thousands of dollars.
He got the viral diseasel PIROPLASMOSIS, which is transferred by ticks.
Medicines did not help and Nene could not get up any more, was close to dying.
Someone treated him with Agnihotra ash and with Agnihotra ash water.
Next day he was up again, ate and got totally healed only with Agnihotra medicine.