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Nourishing your health with essential Ayurvedic nutrients

Desi ghee has been used in food and drinks since ancient times. In Ayurveda, desi cow's ghee is considered like nectar. Ghee made from mother cow's milk also has another name 'Ayu', that is why it is called 'Ayurvai Ghritam'. Therefore, by using milk and ghee of mother cow, a person lives longer.

According to the Ayurvedic text Bhav Prakash Nighantu, cow's ghee is especially beneficial for the eyes, semen enhancer, digestive power enhancer, intelligence power, radiance, vigor and beauty enhancer, tonic and chemical. In Ayurveda medicine, Brahmi ghee, fruit ghee and medicinal ghee are prepared from cow's ghee.

Cow's ghee works as a panacea for many diseases which are generally not cured even by medicine. Cow ghee has many such properties which prevent many problems from arising in your body. Not only this, contrary to popular belief, consumption of cow ghee helps in weight control. That means the weight of a weak person increases, the weight of an obese person decreases. If it is applied on the skin, then it is also an excellent beauty product. The taste of Indian food is considered incomplete without desi ghee. Let us learn about the benefits of desi cow ghee in this blog.


Health Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee:

Benefits for Healthy and Strong Heart
Cow ghee is helpful in curing many diseases including heart. Cow's ghee acts as a lubricant in case of blockage in the heart tubes. A person who is suffering from heart attack and is prohibited from eating grease, should eat cow's ghee, it strengthens the heart.

Desi Ghee Benefits for Skin
Cow ghee contains a large amount of antioxidants, which fight free radicals and maintain the glow of the face. Besides, it softens and moisturizes the skin and along with nourishing the skin, it also reduces its dryness. Daily light massage of desi ghee on the face will keep wrinkles away for a long time.

A Natural Immunity Booster- Vitamin K2 is found in desi ghee, which works to remove calcium deposited in blood cells. This keeps blood circulation proper. Desi ghee helps in strengthening the immune system, which gives strength to fight infections and diseases.


Reduces cholesterol
According to research done on ghee, it reduces cholesterol present in blood and intestines. This happens because ghee increases the secretion of biliary lipids. Desi ghee keeps the level of bad cholesterol in the body correct and helps in increasing good cholesterol. Therefore, if you are troubled by the problem of cholesterol, then include cow ghee in your diet.


Weight management magic
Desi ghee contains CLA which keeps the metabolism healthy. This keeps the weight under control. CLA keeps the amount of insulin low, which reduces the risk of weight gain and problems like diabetes. Apart from this, it is not made through hydrogenation, hence there is no question of formation of extra fat in the body by consuming desi ghee.


Improves Digestion system
Desi ghee has good laxative properties that help in relieving constipation and helps in sliding out toxins from the body. Apart from that, it also helps in strengthening the digestive system.


Boost your metabolism
Desi ghee works by melting the fat stored in the body and converting it into vitamins. It contains chain fatty acids in less quantity, due to which your food gets digested quickly and metabolism remains healthy. Apart from this, mixing desi ghee in food helps in digestion of food quickly. It increases metabolic process.


Help to Prevent migraine
Migraine usually causes pain in one half of the head and nausea or vomiting may also occur during the headache. Cow ghee can help you to avoid this problem. Putting two drops of cow's desi ghee in the nose in the morning and evening cures migraine pain. Also, putting cow's ghee in the nose eliminates allergies, removes dryness of the nose and refreshes the mind.


Desi Ghee and cancer protection
Desi Ghee contains elements like anti-bacterial, anti-cancer and anti-viral which help in fighting many diseases. Cow's ghee has the ability to fight cancer. By consuming it, dangerous cancer of breast and intestine can be avoided. Cow's ghee not only prevents cancer from occurring but also surprisingly prevents the spread of this disease.


Benefits of Desi Cow Ghee

• Regular use balances vata and pitta dosha in the body.

• Its use is very beneficial in problems like headache and migraine.

• Its use is also beneficial in joint related problems.

• Removes physical weakness.

• Warming ghee slightly and applying it on the chest helps in melting the frozen phlegm.

• Helpful in increasing immunity, which prevents problems like cold and cough.

• The anti-oxidants in ghee help in removing many toxic substances from the body.

• Consumption of ghee also improves our digestive system.

• Consumption of ghee is also beneficial for our skin and eyesight.




What happens if we eat cow ghee daily?

As per studies, taking a small portion of ghee on a daily basis can boost overall health, strengthen bones and improve gut health. According to another research, it was found that the nutrients in ghee had a positive effect on the stomach ulcers and helped in several digestive ailments.

Who should not eat cow ghee?

Here are some situations when you should not eat ghee or limit your intake: If you are allergic to milk or dairy products, as ghee is derived from milk. If you have heart problems or high cholesterol, ghee may increase your risk of your arteries getting clogged and causing heart disease.

What is best time to eat ghee?

In order to support the health of the body's cells, ghee consumption on an empty stomach is beneficial. Also, eating Ghee on an empty stomach can help keep the body well-hydrated. It is good for insomnia patients as well as normal people. But people who are lactose intolerant and cannot digest milk can eat ghee at night. Before sleeping at night, mix one spoon of pure cow's ghee in a lukewarm glass of water. Do not eat anything after using this ghee remedy.

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