Ayurvedic Herbal A2 Ghee

 

 

Ayurvedic Herbal Ghee = Kalka (Herb) + Gritha (A2 Desi Cow Ghee) + Drava (Herbal Kashaya)


The nourishing quality of A2 desi cow ghee is intensified when it is infused with herbs that are also nourishing, and likewise, the nutritive effects of the herbs are increased when ghee is used as a carrier. In this way, there is cooperative energy (synergy) between the herbs and ghee, with the great characteristics of each being increased.

Most importantly, ghee makes herbs progressively bioavailable. Ultimately, herbs become increasingly concentrated when mixed in ghee!

Charaka Samhita, an ancient Ayurvedic text, was written around 800 BC. According to this text, ghee has the following two very important qualities,

Yogavahi

Ghee has the ability to augment the effect of any herb added to it. Ghee also helps transport the healing and health-promoting qualities of the herbs to the body.

Samskar Anuvartan

When ghee is processed with herbs, it does not lose its own qualities while imbibing the attributes of the herbs added to it.

A2 Desi Cow Ghee is tridoshic, implying that it balances out the three doshas (vata, pitta and kapha) in your constitution without making an unsettling influence on the doshas. With its feeding impacts and ability to carry herbs deep into the bodily tissues, by and large, ghee is the perfect vehicle for taking herbs. Herbal ghee, called Siddha Ghritam, is one of the main types of herbal preparations in Ayurveda.


What it takes to make Ayurvedic Herbal Ghee?

1. It takes 30 liters of pure A2 Desi Cow Milk to make 1 Litre of A2 Desi Cow Ghee

2. Raw herbs are cleansed in liquids such as pure A2 Milk or Kashayas before infusion

3. Infusion is done through 2 staged processes, on separate days by hand

4. It takes 350 to 400 ml of Desi Cow Ghee to make 1 unit of Ayurvedic Herbal Ghee


Because of the slow, thorough and careful procedure of Ayurvedic Herbal Ghee, and the way in which ghee assumes an herb’s fat-soluble components, you get a more concentrated dosage of the herb by taking it as a ghee preparation.

Herbs such as Triphala, Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Kalmegh, Arjuna, Giloy tend to possess bitter and astringent tastes. Bitter and astringent tastes tend to have a sanitizing and purifying effect on the body. The astringent taste also has the ability to firm and tone bodily tissues. So, although Ayurvedic Herbal Ghee may take a little getting used to, rest assured these unusual tasting tonics have profound benefits for your body and mind!


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