Started from the Indian food to fuel the lamp or as a remedial medicine, ghee (Indian clarified butter) has a lot of contribution to human life. Talking about each Indian household, ghee has always been on top priority. This traditional master element never failed to impress us with its beneficial traits.
This authentic, aromatic raw ingredient is easy going yet much more convenient than butter. Apart from its use as a staple food, it’s very medicinal towards our body and soul.
- In Ayurveda, ghee benefits as an integral medicinal ingredient that is used as a fat-soluble porter for nutrients in herbs and other substances.
- Ghee benefits for skin and is a health savior. It’s an anti-inflammatory agent that is used as moisturizer or skin ointment plus burn lotion, soften the hard body tissues.
- You can use ghee for weight loss due to its high levels of Tonalin CLA. Ghee balances energy levels. It also protects from diseases by boosting up the immunity system to fight against deadly bacterias and raises longevity.
- Ghee nutritional benefits are immense. It’s loaded with butyric acid, a quintessential constituent of a healthy digestive tract. It also has Omega 3 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids, vitamins A, D, E K, plus various antioxidants and minerals, including short-medium-long chain fatty acids.
Ghee is prepared from cow milk, which makes it sacred and also used for religious practices. Considering the ghee religious significance, it’s the most imperative item used in Hindu ceremonies, from birth to death.
According to Hindu mythology, Prajapati Brahma churned and created ghee to use it to produce his progeny. We can find the mention of Ghee in Bhagavad Gita, Rig Ved, plus in Dharmasutra (an ancient Indian law book).
Ghee is indeed a superfood moreover healthier.
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