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The Story of Ghee
Ghee has been used for thousands of years, originating in ancient India to prevent butter from spoiling. It is truly an “ancient” health food (and not a fad)! Ghee quickly was integrated into the diet, into ceremonial practice and into Ayurvedic healing practices. It’s believed to promote both mental purification and physical purification through its ability to cleanse and support wellness. Ghee benefits the body both inside and out, and is actually used topically to treat burns and rashes as well as to moisturize the skin and scalp. Much like coconut oil, it’s a versatile fat that is healthy in many ways!
- Doesn’t have to be refrigerated, you can take it anywhere!
- Deep, rich caramel notes, nutty taste, and amazing flavor
- Source of good fats and Vitamins A, D, E and K.
- Great for people that can’t tolerate dairy, there is no casein or lactose!
- Grass-fed ghee is high in CLA (conjugated linoleic acid)
- Ghee is the same high-vitamin butter oil that Weston A. Price was using to heal his patients’ teeth in conjunction with raw milk, liver, and fermented cod liver oil. If it’s made of grass-fed butter, it’s a great source of Vitamin K2. Weston A. Price was calling it Activator X, but it is now known that it was actually the same thing as Vitamin K2.