SCIENTISTS FIND THAT DRINKING BUFFALO URINE FAR SUPERIOR TO DRINKING COW URINE
So I’m going to chalk this story up on the wall, point at it, shrug, and then go puke in the corner with some privacy. Because I simply don’t understand the rationale for scientists to make a study of this at all. What study? Whether it’s better for you to drink any kind of animal urine at all, never mind informing the “consuming” public about what’s better to drink: cow urine or buffalo urine? I mean, who wants to drink cow urine? And if you did, why would you want to branch out to anything else? But actually, who wants to drink any kind of urine at all?
IF YOU DO TRY FOR BUFFALO URINE DRINKING HEALTH BENEFITS, BE SURE TO DISTILL IT FIRST
(Barfing sounds from the corner ensue, with some thematic splashing). So here goes! The study took place at the Indian Veterinary Research Institute, and the scientist there found that cow urine often harbors dangerous bacteria and no one should drink it. So take note you fancy bourgeois tempted to drink cow urine people! Don’t do it! It’s bad for you! Well, probably, anyway. But if you absolutely positively simply have to drink the urine of a thematically large animal, try buffalo urine instead. And in the ideal large animal drinking world, you should distill the buffalo urine before you drink it.
BUFFALO URINE IS FAR SUPERIOR TO COW URINE IN TERMS OF ANTIBACTERIAL HEALTH BENEFITS
So what gives? Why is anyone, anywhere, even thinking about drinking cow urine or buffalo urine at all? And here’s where the barfing in the corner with some privacy gets worth it. It turns out, distilled urine is known to fight infections, improve your immunity and can even defend your body against cancer as well as Covid. And so far, the people who know about this have been recommending the consumption of cow urine. But now, there is a study to help redirect the bovine golden shower health nuts into a superior splash, buffalo urine. It has far better antibacterial benefits.
Ok, I’m going back to the corner to barf some more.