In its pamphlet, captioned: “Cow Urine & Dung in Ayurvedic Medicine”, SANHA, the Carrion Halaalizer, states: “There is a deep-rooted mistaken belief and misconception that Ayurvedic medicines are exclusively of herbal origin. This is far from the truth … One of the greatest Ayurvedic physicians “Charak” has written about the properties of different animals’ meat. That includes birds, goats, pigs, deer, duck, cow, buffalo, and many more. The use of crab meat to boost one’s lungs, the use of liver of different animals for treating anaemia and even the use of goat’s blood …..
Among the items used by Ayurveda according to SANHA are “ox bile, cow dung, testicles of cat species used in a preparation called “jungbadasater”, stag horns and widespread use of “cow urine”.
After confirming all of this haraam and najaasat which go into Ayurvedic medicines, SANHA, the carrion halaalizer hypocritically avers: “Is all Ayurvedic medication Haraam? To make lawful (Halaal) and unlawful (Haraam) is the right of Allah Ta’ala alone. SANHA however, presents relevant information to enable the making of an uniformed choice in keeping with one’s religious responsibility and individual accountability.”