Pure Cow Ghee
Ghee has been part of Indian culture for several hundred years for profound nutritional value Ghee has wide applications in Indian cuisine as a daily cooking ingredient, preparation of sweets and delicacies during festivities and functions. It is also an important item in many Hindu rituals. Ghee brings a unique flavour and aroma to the dishes alongside great health benefits. Since it has such a high smoke point (485 degrees), it is considered as one of the best oil choices for high-temperature cooking. Ghee is easy to make at home and has a long shelf life with natural aroma and no preservatives.
Kids love them on their dosas while elders prefer it with rice with dhal and curries. Ghee is also widely used for moderation with spicy non-vegetarian dishes.
Impress your family and friends during next festival season with sweets and delicacies made out of Smartika’s Pure Cow Ghee.
Ghee is known to deliver great health benefits with continued, moderate usage.
Ghee is rich in vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat-soluble vitamins. It also has loads of dietary fats that help your body absorb these essential vitamins and make use of them.
- Strengthens Your Bones.
- Promotes Healthy Weight Loss.
Eat a teaspoon of warm ghee directly or make an herbal concoction.
- Fry a small stick of cinnamon in ghee. Let it cool slightly, and then remove the stick and swallow it.
- Ginger powder and cardamom fried in ghee can also benefit if you have mucus blocking your airway.
- Make a paste of Tulsi or holy basil and warmed ghee. Swallow it to have immediate relief.
- Daily consumption and application of ghee can be greatly beneficial to your skin.
- Ghee is a good moisturizer – lightly massage your skin with ghee to get supple and soft skin in the winters.
- Chapped lips? Smear a bit of ghee on your lips and get a luscious pout without using cosmetics.
- Lack of sleep may be leaving panda-like dark circles around your eyes, but ghee will reduce dark-circles in no time. Apply it lightly around the eyes before going to sleep.
- Burns or rashes heal quickly if you apply ghee as a salve
- Aids in digestion
Ghee helps to minimize stomach acid while also repairing the stomach's lining. Ghee also produces digestive enzymes which help food digest properly and reduces episodes of indigestion.
When clarifying butter most of the lactose and casein contained in the butter is removed. Therefore, ghee is a good alternative to butter for those who may be lactose intolerant. Note: Kindly do this under medical supervision or in consultation of a medical practitioner.
Points to keep in mind
Before you incorporate ghee in your diet, you must know that the ideal fat intake for a day is 10 to 15 grams.