You thought this video was clickbait right? Who on earth would drink cow pee? Well some Indians do and today I’m gonna proudly join them and I’m gonna give my own creation to India Karl’s Yellow Happiness Yogurt Drink and lets see if we can get other people to drink it as well According to Indian Ayurvedic herbal medicine Gau Mutra (Cow Pee) can help cure leprosy abdominal cramps and cancer. So let’s jump on this bike behind me. We’re gonna go to the Patanjali store and buy some go Gau Mutra. Okay, so as you can see I’m at the Patanjali store now where they sell Gau Mutra. and you can see Pathanjali’s or Ram Dev’s face on the far side of this. He is credited with rejuvenating the practice of yoga in India actually, so he’s a big guy. He’s got these amazing herbal stores which only sell Ayurvedic herbal products. Its all-natural products. And the crazy thing is, this more expensive than milk. It’s double the price of milk. Milk is Rs. 40 and Cow pee is Rs. 80 per litre and basically it says on the packaging here that this is 100% pure cow urine and it can be used for things like obesity, vitrog – whatever vitrog is -, abdominal diseases, skin diseases, asthma and a cough. So, it doesn’t go right into saying that can be used for cancer. That’s kind of insinuated online and by doctors who prescribed this Gau Mutra. So, I’m here my beautiful outdoor local kitchen. But before we get to making my special lassi, we need to try this stuff. All right? Oh my god, it smells like smells like ****** right It smells like it smells like cow paddock mixed with pee. It’s like disgusting. All right. Let’s drink it straight aye? Here it goes. Doesn’t taste like much actually. Tastes… It’s not a pleasant taste but it’s like… It’s a… I don’t know, it doesn’t taste like what I thought pee would taste like. It’s hard to describe. It’s got a real sting to it when you drink it though. It goes down your throat and your throat, kind of kind of, burns a little bit. It’s not a pleasant taste. It’s not a nice taste. It’s just a… Doesn’t taste like much taste.The smell is way worse than the taste. Anyway, let’s get down to business to make my Karl’s Special Yoghurt Drink. Lassi is really easy to make. It’s basically half water, half yogurt, a little bit of rose water, tons of sugar And mixing bowl and this thing which is used to to churn it and make it like thick and creamy. Start with the yoghurt… And we’ve got the yogurt here. That’s how you open a yogurt packet in India! I’m gonna add all the yogurt. Next we’re gonna add in some water. So I’ve got about 300 grams of water here and this recipe is going to be in the description and this water has a little bit of rose water in it, to give it a little bit of flavor and next we’ve got the cow pee. And actually, it’s not yellow in colour, it’s white, it looks like water. I’m gonna put a little bit of that in to give it some flavour. Then we’ve got five tablespoons of sugar. So we’re making about one litre of lassi here and you just start stiring it like this and basically making a yoghurt drink. That’s what we call in English. And then finally, we’re just gonna add in some ice to keep cool. Okay, so it’s Gaurav’s turn to try the lassi now. Auntie’s tried it. Have you ever tried this before? -No, not yet. Never in your life? -No. So people don’t drink it everyday here? -No. And you don’t drink it everyday everyone in the comments is saying Indians drink cow pee every single day. -Yeah, well some Indians do, some don’t. Not many though right? This one stinks exactly like cow urine. -Wow. it smells like you’re in a cowshed, right? -Yeah, that’s the smell -Like how villages stink, right? Yes exactly that like mud and pee. -Do you want me to drink this? Yes try. Not as bad as you’re thinking? -No, it’s the smell that’s worse. Yeah, it smells like 10x worse. It’s the aftertaste with the smell that’s bad. But I think yeah, this is good. The aftertaste is a little you know, smelly. Yeah, I guess this is… wait till you burp afterwards. -Ohhh, yeah. So what I learned today was most Indians aren’t afraid of cow pee, but they’re not drinking it every day. They’re only taking it if an Ayurvedic doctor is prescribing it to them for some ailment. You know, I’m not a doctor so take my lassi recipe of a grain of salt, you know, I wouldn’t tell anyone to go and drink this stuff I simply did it because I wanted to try it. I wanted to see what the fuss was about. I wanted to know you know, why are people drinking this? And you know at the end of the day it’s for the supposed health benefits.