Our traditional Desi Cow Cultured Ghee recipe has been used for thousands of years. The ancient tradition of Ayurveda considers Cultured Ghee important for strengthening Agni, our powerful digestive fire. Cultured Ghee is known as Desi Ghee in India, where the word desi means prepared with indigenous method.
Cultured Ghee is the best choice if you are dairy intolerant because during the culturing/fermentation process of cream, lactose is converted into lactic acid. This makes for a much more digestible product for many people.
Ghee making process :
Why this Ghee is different ?
Prepared through the traditional Fermentation process especially from Ayurvedic perspectives
Food Grade Stainless Steel vessels are used for storage and preparation.
Prepared from In House Certified Pure Organic Cow Milk
No Chemicals, no pesticides no hormonal injections used on cows and fodder
No Preservatives added
It has natural Color. No colors added
9 months shelf life
Best taste and value for money attributes
Rich in vitamins, Minerals and Metals
FSSAI approved Organic Cow Ghee
The Cows are grass fed/ with organic fodder, produced using in house vermicompost, cow dung manure and cow urine etc.
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Virgin Coconut Oil
₹ 175.00 – ₹ 500.00
Our Centrifuge Extracted Virgin Coconut Oil comes with high Lauric Acid content of upto 50%. A remarkably crystal clear virgin coconut oil that turns snow white when frozen. Centrifuge extraction of virgin coconut oil is of recent origin and gives a truly premium VCO that is far superior to that obtained by DME or Fermentation process.
The game changer in this instance is the centrifuge technology and quick processing of the raw material. From fresh coconut meat to virgin coconut oil in a matter of hours. Fully mature fresh coconuts are shelled, the testa is carefully removed and the white coconut meat is pressed to get coconut milk. This coconut milk is immediately fed into a high speed centrifuge and the virgin coconut oil is separated and repeatedly centrifuged to get the required purity. This is then micro filtered and packed in food grade plastic containers. Please note that we feed the coconut milk without delay into the centrifuge and thus do not give sufficient time for the coconut milk to ferment. This is critical for our quality.
A crystal clear virgin coconut oil, snow white when frozen.
High Lauric Acid content of upto 50%
No harmful Trans Fats.
Colour : Natural colour – crystal clear oil.
Aroma : A subtle sweet coconut aroma, not the harsh coconut smell of ordinary coconut oil.
Taste : A mild, pleasant coconut taste.
Crystal clear virgin coconut oil.
High Lauric acid content upto 50%
A light pleasant sweet coconut aroma and taste.
No fermentation in the process, therefore there are no micro organisms that develop during fermentation.
No heat or chemicals used.
No refining, No Hydrogenation. Thus there are no Trans Fats produced in the process.
A natural, raw virgin coconut oil, full of all the naturally occurring coconut benefits.
Sourced from: Fresh fully mature coconuts – “Cocos Nucifera“.
Areas of application:
This cold pressed Moringa oil is derived from the seeds of Moringa oleifera, a small tree native to the Himalayan mountains. Virtually all parts of the moringa tree, including its seeds, roots, bark, flowers, and leaves, can be used for nutritional, industrial, or medicinal purposes.
Moringa seeds have a high oil content and contain many nutritional compounds, including monounsaturated fats, protein, sterols, and tocopherols. Moringa oil is produced through a variety of processes and this is Cold Pressed on a Wooden "Ghaani".
Moringa oil uses and benefits :
Moringa oil has been used as a medicinal folk cure and as a topical, cosmetic ingredient since ancient times. Today, moringa oil is manufactured for a wide range of personal and industrial uses.
Cooking oil : Moringa oil is high in protein and oleic acid, a monounsaturated, healthy fat. When used for cooking, it’s an economical, nutritious alternative to more expensive oils. It’s becoming a widespread nutritional staple in food-insecure areas where moringa trees are grown.
Topical cleanser and moisturizer : Moringa oil’s oleic acid makes it beneficial when used topically as a cleansing agent, and as a moisturizer for skin and hair.
Cholesterol management : Moringa oil contains sterols, which have been shown to lower LDL or “bad” cholesterol.
Antioxidant : Beta-sitosterol, a phytosterol found in moringa oil, may have antioxidant and antidiabetic benefits, although more research is needed to confirm this.
Anti-inflammatory : Moringa oil contains several bioactive compounds which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, both when ingested and used topically. This may make moringa oil beneficial for acne breakouts. These compounds include tocopherols, catechins, quercetin, ferulic acid, and zeatin.
Moringa oil for hair and skin :
2 cups of a carrier oil, such as almond oil, that has moisturizing properties
10 drops of moringa oil
5 drops of a beneficial essential oil, such as lavender or tea tree oil
Mix the oils together in a glass bowl or bottle.
Apply to the hair, massaging into the roots.
Cover hair, and leave on overnight.
Shampoo and condition hair as usual.
Use the same ingredients as the hair treatment. Try experimenting with different carrier oils and essential oils to vary the scent.
Massage gently into your skin on the face or the body.
Tissue off any excess.
Moringa oil has a relatively long shelf life up to about 1 year. However, you should store any oil blend in glass at room temperature, in a dark space, to prevent it from going rancid.
Your skin needs it. Your heart needs it. Even your colon needs it!
Almond oil takes the mighty, nutrition-rich almonds and transforms it into a powerful oil with incredible benefits.
Though there are two main kinds of almonds that create almond oil, the one used for most homeopathic and cosmetic purposes is sweet almond oil. Don’t let the name fool you, though: Sweet almond oil is a dynamic substance that’s anything but sweet. In fact, it helps address bad cholesterol, dry skin and cardiovascular disease — which is, of course, really great news!
Reduces Risk of Heart Disease
Protects Against Diabetes
Promotes Healthy Weight
Keeps Your Colon and Rectum Healthy
Treats Ear aches
Great for Your Skin and Hair
How to use almond oil :
For your hair it is advised to apply as much as needed in the roots. Almond oil has a light texture and absorbs quickly in to the scalp. Use it for the treatment of psoriasis, dry scalp and dandruff. It will also enriches the quality of hair by thickening it and adding lustre.
Almond oil is a natural remedy for eczema , it relieves eczema symptoms of itchiness and redness. For treatment; apply drops of oil on skin in affected area and massage gently. It will reduce signs of again by rejuvenating the skin and removing dead cells.
Apply a few warm drops beneath your bottom eyelid before bed, it will brighten up dark circles and reduce puffiness of eyes.
For ingestion one can drizzle the oil on salads as a dressing, as it regulates cholesterol levels. It’s advisable to have 1-2 teaspoons of almond oil in morning, the oil is proven to be a natural laxative and relieves constipation.
Based on 1 tablespoon (14 g) serving of almond oil.
The oils that you use for cooking everything are extracted from seeds, fruits or vegetables and even nuts. Cold pressing is the method of oil extraction from oilseeds which may include sesame seed, sunflower seeds, canola, coconut or olive without really using heat to extract as that may degrade the oil’s flavour and nutritional quality. Cold pressing method is the process involving crushing seeds or nuts and forcing out the oil through pressure.
In olden times, a long cylindrical contraption known as ‘ghani’ was used to extract oil from oilseeds. Ghani was a mortar and pestle device made of stone or wood that used a perambulating animal to extract oil under pressure from oil-bearing seeds. This was the simplest method for cold pressing oils out of a seed as it didn’t involve the generation of too much heat.
What is available at most stores & supermarkets ?
If you are careful enough you will see different kinds of labels on your oil packaging :
What these words really mean is “our oil has gone through tons of chemical processes and is stripped of all it’s natural nutrients!”
What is Oil Refining?
Refining is a process of purification of oils. In this process, oils are robbed of naturally occurring gums, proteins, phospholipids, fine seed particles etc. This makes the oil “light/losorb”. Oils are also neutralized (acidity balanced!), bleached (stripped of color) and deodorized (devoid of it’s natural aroma). And to achieve all these the oil is heated at high temperatures and is treated with chemicals etc.
In a nutshell, modern refined cooking oils provide nothing but pure empty calories (devoid of all nutrients but fats!)
Here’s what Oil Refining looks like :
Why do oil companies sell Refined Oils ?
•Modern cooking style of “deep frying”
Why you should move to cold pressed oils :
• Nutritionally Rich: Be it traditional lakdi ghana/kachchi ghani/chekku ennai or commercially prepared extra virgin oils (made using temperature controlled expeller pressing method), cold pressed oils retain most of proteins, vitamins, phosholipids, antioxidants, lecithin etc. And obtaining these essential nutrients from an all natural source is a much wiser and holistic choice than getting them from multivitamin pills.
• Chemical Free: During refining, various chemicals are used like Hexane, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda), Bleaching Agents etc. And on top of that chemicals like Propyl Gallate, BHA, BHT are introduced as preservatives! Now not all of these are exactly toxic or carcinogenic , but if you are someone who is conscious about living organically and staying away from chemicals, you should consider switching back to cold pressed!
• Forgotten Flavors: Virgin oils, their flavor and aroma, compliments all Indian foods and the spices well. Get those forgotten flavors back into your food.
• Environmental Impact: You lower your carbon foot-print when you are consuming less processed things and saving the environment too.
• Way of Life: Cooking with cold pressed oils has been a tradition not only in India.
Few things to remember :
Cold pressed oils have a limited shelf life (max 6 months). You can always maximize the shelf life by storing it in the cold (think refrigeration) and dark (think non transparent bottles) places, although it is always advisable to use them up as soon as possible to reap their full nutritional benefits.
• Using it up :
Every time you open a bottle of any cold pressed cooking oil – use within 45days.