For thousands of years, in the family homes, religions, peoples and kitchens of India, Ghee has been a sacred and celebrated symbol of auspiciousness, nourishment and healing as well as an esteemed article of everyday use. Ayurvedic medicine recognizes ghee as an essential part of a balanced diet, and considers it to be the best fat one can eat. It is made up of short chain fatty acids and is easily assimilated, even helping in the digestion of other foods. Ghee is the very essence of butter; the result of a slow, careful clarification process that removes all of the moisture, milk solids and impurities.
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Ghee is known as a substance that gives longevity; its elemental qualities balance the aging process by enriching the living body*. Ghee is known to increase intelligence, refine the intellect and improve the memory*. Ghee builds the aura, makes the organs soft, builds up the internal juices of the body which are destroyed by aging and increases the underlying basis of all immunity. It has been used for centuries as a digestive aid, for energy, sexual vitality, skin and eye health, lubricating the joints, and for alkalizing the blood*.
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