Traditional Treatment to save cattle has been implemented by life-lovers to stop animals from becoming Lumpy’s prey. To guard cattle from the bumpy virus, life-loving people make herbal ladles and give them to lumpy-affected animals.
In the district, there is now a possibility that cattle will contract the lumpy virus. The first animal death associated with lumpy virus was observed in Dadka Village, Sami Taluk. The district’s animal husbandry department then began operating. Particularly prevalent cases of lumpy illness have been reported in the Patan district’s Santalpur, Warahi, Raghanpur, and Sami talukas. To stop animals from becoming victims of lumpy (traditional therapy), life-lovers in Santalpur at the time used traditional medicine. To guard cattle from the bumpy virus, life-loving people make herbal ladles and give them to lumpy-affected animals.
Using Ayurveda to Help Animals:
In order to save animals sick with Lumpy, Patan’s cattle lovers have begun their own Ayurvedic treatments. The cow-guards have produced herbal ladoo, which is fed to the animals once a day, blended with flour, jaggery, cinnamon, cloves, and turmeric. According to proponents of cows, eating herbal laddus boosts a cow’s immunity, and Lumpy-infected animals recover in 3 to 4 days. Additionally, alum and neem pesticides are sprayed on diseased animals. In order to keep flies and mosquitoes out of animal cages, google incense is employed. Instead of relying exclusively on the government, Patan’s Jeevdaya devotees have taken it upon themselves to embrace Ayurvedic practises in an effort to save the priceless livestock.
Lumpy-infected cattle roam the market
Importantly, cattle in Santalpur, Warahi, Radhanparu, and Sami in the Patan district have contracted the lumpy infection. Cattle that with the lumpy disease were seen wandering the Santalpur market. There is a chance that the virus will spread to other animals as a result. So in Dadka village of Sami taluka, Pash passed away from lumpy virus. The Lumpy-infected stray cattle must be kept in a separate facility, according to the cow guardians’ demands. The animal husbandry division has started treating and immunising these stray animals.
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