Desi Cow Ghee is
known as the golden medicine of Ayurveda. It is sometimes referred to as
“clarified butter”, as all of the milk solids have been removed from it.
After this process, you are left with a nutritious, easy to digest (lactose and
casein free), healing oil that can be used as food or as medicine. Akshaya’s Gouamrut Pure Vedic Desi Cow Ghee
is form the method used in
previous yugas, is to make
curd from whole milk. Then churn it to separate makhan from it and then boil it to get Ghee. This is called
whole milk ghee and it is the costliest but has all medicinal properties of
Desi cow's milk. To manufacture 1 kg of such ghee, it takes approximate 35 liters of Desi cow milk. The only
bi product is chaas (no
milk is left as it is converted into curd). So this method is expensive.
Health Benefits and Uses:
Increases the digestion and
absorption of nutrients.
Increases one’s energy,
vitality and immunity (Ojas).
Detoxifies the body (widely
used in cleansing therapies).
Used for cellular rejuvenation.
Heals the intestinal wall.
Reduces Pitta and Vata dosha.
Strengthens and nourishes the
brain and nervous system.
Enhances the health properties
of herbs when taken together.
Healthy alternative to butter
and oil and can be added to any dish.
Contraindications: Ghee is not recommended
for individuals with a strong Kapha imbalance such as high cholesterol or
obesity. In general, it is not recommended to consume more than 3
tsp (1 Tbsp) daily for all body types unless otherwise stated.
General Directions: Desi
Cow Ghee can be added to any dish to enhance digestion and absorption
of nutrients. Add 1 tsp to each meal or use ghee in replacement of
butter or oil in a recipe.