How Does This Ayurvedic Food Improve Wellness?
CLINICAL AYURVEDIC REVIEW
Ghee for Weight Loss
Ghee is butter that has been clarified in an easy process, eliminating the hard-to-digest, cholesterol-forming milk solids.
Ghee for Deficiency
Ghee is one of the most important medicines in Ayurveda because it is easy to digest and ojas building
. Rich with the power of ojas, ghee is excellent for building strong, hearty tissue. Consuming ghee helps the body to become more tender and nourishes depleted tissue. Ghee is a rasayana (tonic) for sexual organs and an aphrodisiac. This superfood reaffirms the healing power of fats to skeptics. For instance, a little bit of fats calms the liver when it is deficient, and comforts the nervous system by supporting the myelin sheath.
Ghee for Cleansing
Ghee is useful in cleansing and in the detoxifying process of panchakarma because it pulls fat-soluble toxins into circulation. It also improves fat metabolism. Ghee in the duodenum reduces acid secretion, aiding hyper-acidic related digestive disorders.
Trying to cut down on butter at the movies? Try popcorn with ghee and cinnamon. Ghee is golden and delicious. Children love it. It is also great as a garnish drizzled over food. For details on how to make ghee yourself search for "ghee" in the recipe section.
Buy organic ghee only. Ghee is highly concentrated and thus also concentrates toxins if made from impure ingredients. You can make your own
or purchase it from most health food and Indian grocery stores. The water is boiled out of ghee, so it doesn't need to be refrigerated. To care for ghee, avoid putting dirty utensils into the ghee. Even a droplet of water could cause mold to form. Since the water has been boiled out of the ghee, it doesn't need to be refrigerated. To care for ghee avoid putting any dirty utensils into the ghee. Also, any droplet of water could cause a mold to form.