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Desi Cow Ghee

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250ml     500ml     1 Litre    

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  • Shelf Life: 6 Months

    Desi cow (A2) ghee made from the milk of desi cows through the age-old Vedic hand churning technique called 'Bilona'. No preservatives.

    Benefits:
  • Prevents heart blockages.
  • Lowers bad cholesterol
  • Helps in curing gastric problems
  • Promotes effective digestion
  • Helps with insomnia
  • Helps in weight loss
  • Helps in curing joint pains; good for body massages
  • Good for cooking as it has high smoking point
  • Q1. What is a2 ghee? Answer: There are two types of cows. One that is genetically modified (Foreign breeds and mixed breeds) and others that are native (Desi cows like sahiwal, gir, haryanvi,etc). So, the ghee made using the milk produced by the native indigenous cows is commonly called A2 ghee. Q2. What is the Bilona method of ghee extraction? Answer: The Bilona method is a traditional method of making ghee which is by using wooden churners. In this method, whole A2 milk is first used to set curd, which is then churned into butter and slowly heated to make Ghee. It is a slow process but after days of intensive churning and creating a microbe culture, the ghee comes out to be pure and gut friendly, unlike commercially made ghee which is made using Cream instead of Curd. Q3. What is the difference between A1 and A2 ghee? Answer:  A1 ghee and A2 ghee are named after the proteins found in their primary sources, i.e. milk. What differentiates the two, is the nutritional value and health benefits. All foreign breeds and mixed breed cows produce Milk which contain A1 type of protein, whereas all native Indian breeds of cows produce milk which contain A2 type of protein. Later is far more superior and healthy for the human body. Q4. Does desi cow ghee make you fat? Answer:  Ghee is an excellent source of amino acids which helps mobilize the fat and make the fat cells shrink in size because Omega-6 fatty acids assist the human body in reducing fat mass and increase lean body mass. Apart from this, we should know that the fat percentage of the body is highly dependent on our overall calorie intake vs expenditure. Controlling only one type of food in our diet will hardly make any difference. Therefore, if consumed in moderation and prescribed limits, Ghee will not make you fat. Q5. Does desi cow ghee increase cholesterol? Answer: Because of the Omega-6 fatty acids present in the desi cow ghee, it helps maintain a healthy and balanced diet. These fatty acids keep your heart healthy, along with the cardiovascular system. Ghee will help in maintaining HDL level, which is good cholesterol.


    Desi cow (A2) ghee made from the milk of desi cows through the age-old Vedic hand churning technique called 'Bilona'. No preservatives.

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    Ingredients A2 desi cow milk
    Benefits:
    1. Prevents heart blockages.
    2. Lowers bad cholesterol
    3. Helps in curing gastric problems
    4. Promotes effective digestion
    5. Helps with insomnia
    6. Helps in weight loss
    7. Helps in curing joint pains; good for body massages
    8. Good for cooking as it has high smoking point

    Store at Room Temperature

    Q1. What is a2 ghee?

    Answer: There are two types of cows. One that is genetically modified (Foreign breeds and mixed breeds) and others that are native (Desi cows like sahiwal, gir, haryanvi,etc). So, the ghee made using the milk produced by the native indigenous cows is commonly called A2 ghee.

    Q2. What is the Bilona method of ghee extraction?

    Answer: The Bilona method is a traditional method of making ghee which is by using wooden churners. In this method, whole A2 milk is first used to set curd, which is then churned into butter and slowly heated to make Ghee. It is a slow process but after days of intensive churning and creating a microbe culture, the ghee comes out to be pure and gut friendly, unlike commercially made ghee which is made using Cream instead of Curd.

    Q3. What is the difference between A1 and A2 ghee?

    Answer:  A1 ghee and A2 ghee are named after the proteins found in their primary sources, i.e. milk. What differentiates the two, is the nutritional value and health benefits. All foreign breeds and mixed breed cows produce Milk which contain A1 type of protein, whereas all native Indian breeds of cows produce milk which contain A2 type of protein. Later is far more superior and healthy for the human body.

    Q4. Does desi cow ghee make you fat?

    Answer:  Ghee is an excellent source of amino acids which helps mobilize the fat and make the fat cells shrink in size because Omega-6 fatty acids assist the human body in reducing fat mass and increase lean body mass. Apart from this, we should know that the fat percentage of the body is highly dependent on our overall calorie intake vs expenditure. Controlling only one type of food in our diet will hardly make any difference. Therefore, if consumed in moderation and prescribed limits, Ghee will not make you fat.

    Q5. Does desi cow ghee increase cholesterol?

    Answer: Because of the Omega-6 fatty acids present in the desi cow ghee, it helps maintain a healthy and balanced diet. These fatty acids keep your heart healthy, along with the cardiovascular system. Ghee will help in maintaining HDL level, which is good cholesterol.



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