Ghee is a pure oil made from butter by bringing it to an exceptionally high temperature to burn away the milky solids and salts making it a pure “oil”. Ghee or clarified butter is wonderfully rich in taste and has some little known, yet astonishing healing properties.
Ghee has been used in Ayurveda for medicinal purposes for thousands of years and it is said that, its ability to heal cannot be explained by the empirical or pragmatic use of reasoning, yet you will find ghee at the base of several popular herbal ointments for skin problems such as rash and burns, as well as for an entire host of other life threatening aliments.
The essence of ghee in Ayurvedic thought is reflected in the idea that, all of the world’s grasses absorb the Sun’s pure solar light, which would have then traversed through the cow, then through her milk, then through our delicious yet imperfect butter, then finally, purely refined into the ghee of the gods, exemplifying how nature yields to nature.
From the gift of Ancient India who knew the inner secrets to creating harmony with nature and master them here are some reasons for you to start using ghee when preparing your food:
First off, you benefit from the qualities of its rich smooth taste, as well as the cooling effect ghee has your metabolism providing proper post-digestive functioning.
Ghee does not spoil easily and doesn’t require refrigeration. Some ghee mixtures that have been significantly fermented like aged ghee-up to 100 years-has been rumored to treat alcoholism, epilepsy, flu, fever, and vaginal discomfort,
Ghee can provide buttery taste without causing lactose allergies. With the impurities removed from ghee, most people who are lactose or casein intolerant can use ghee without impudence.
Ghee is nutritionally is especially rich in fatty acids which become absorbed directly into the liver and used as a wholly clean and consistent energy source.
Ghee can offer a healthy immune system boost by stimulating the adequate production of butyric acid, which support the production of killer T cells within the gastrointestinal tract, building a strong and resilient immune system.
Much recent research is now revealing that negative emotions have a chemical nature and are attracted to and stored within our fat cells. Ghee can be used to burn away and replace our negative fat cells. Ghee can be used as a cleanser and detoxifier that has an effective effect to attract and pull out emotional toxins to be cleansed from the body entirely. Ghee can also:
• Helps absorb and assimilate digestive nutrients
• Vastly improves memory
• Helps to increase flexibility in the joints
• The medicinal attributes of Ayurveda herbs are carried into bodily tissues (yogavāhi)
• Stimulates the body to naturally produce fat soluble vitamins
Within Ayurveda, ghee is considered one of the most positive of foods which promote growth and the full expansion of our consciousness.
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