How it works

Ghee has been used our Indian cultures for thousands of years, In addition to cooking, it’s used in the Indian alternative medicine system Ayurveda.

  • South Indians have a habit of adding ghee to their rice before eating it with pickles and curries. South Indians are among the biggest consumers of ghee
  • Ghee is important to traditional Indian cuisine, with parathas, daals and curries often using ghee instead of oil for a richer taste.
  • The process of creating clarified butter is complete once the water is evaporated and the fat (clarified butter) is separated from the milk solids.
  • Ayurveda defines ghee as the by-product of butter without any impurities.

Benifits of

Boosts Digestion- Ghee is a powerhouse of short-chain fatty acids known as butyric acid which helps in breaking down of food more effectively, even while stimulating digestive enzymes.

Regulates Blood Sugars- Contrary to the belief that ghee needs to be avoided by the diabetics, it, in fact, serves as an agent that can metabolise and balance the levels of high blood glucose levels.

Improves Reproductive Health- Ghee is recommended for improving the functioning of male and female reproductive organs. Women of reproductive age are advised to take two teaspoons of desi ghee daily to regulate hormones while in men the same amount of ghee improves sperm quality and motility.

Ghee For Skin Care- Believe it or not, this golden, greasy ingredient is an amazing skincare product that has been in use in various skin care products for many generations now. Ghee is a wonder remedy for treating burns, wounds, acne, scars caused due to chickenpox or even burns.