TO IDENTIFY THE COMPONENT PRESENT IN ASS URINE FOR TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

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Anuj Mishra

Abstract

Approximately 150 L of plasma are purified each day by glomerular filtration, tubular secretion, and tubular reabsorption to produce 0.6 to 2.5 L of urine. The amount of urine produced is influenced by environmental temperature, fluid intake, time of day, emotional state, and many other factors.1


The composition of urine reveals much about body function. Metabolic waste products such as carbon dioxide, urea, uric acid, creatinine, sodium chloride, and ammonia are normally present and have no particular pathological significance. The presence of albumin (a protein), glucose, ketones, and various other substances, however, may indicate malfunction of the kidneys or some other organ of the body.1


Biological importance of Ass urine: (Sanskrit :khara; Latin : Asinusequidae) The urine of Ass has been mentioned useful as destroyer of epilepsy (apasmara), intensity (unmada) and in seizures. The mode of its use has been mentioned as internal as drink. Apart from the above mentioned diseases, the urine of Ass has also been prescribed to cure diabetes and various diseases caused by worms.2,3

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Mishra, A. (2017). TO IDENTIFY THE COMPONENT PRESENT IN ASS URINE FOR TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v1i1.10
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