Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 6 months from the date of manufacture.

Desi Gir Cow A2 Ghee

The Ghee we provide is made from A2 milk obtained from native Indian Gir Cows. The DNA testing done on cows certifies them as Gir cow.

To get the finest and purest ghee 35 litres of A2 milk is first fermented into curd. This curd is then hand churned and coalesced to finally make 1 litre of ghee. Ghee is prepared the traditional way:

• Fresh, raw, unprocessed A2 milk is boiled and converted into curd in a clay pot.
• Curd is then hand churned with a wooden churner, in traditional “Bilona” method.
• The butter obtained in the process is then separated.
• The separated butter is then boiled in a thick iron vessel on mild cow dung cake fire.

The Ghee we provide is made from A2 milk obtained from native Indian Gir Cows. The DNA testing done on cows certifies them as Gir cow.

To get the finest and purest ghee 35 litres of A2 milk is first fermented into curd. This curd is then hand churned and coalesced to finally make 1 litre of ghee. Ghee is prepared the traditional way:

• Fresh, raw, unprocessed A2 milk is boiled and converted into curd in a clay pot.
• Curd is then hand churned with a wooden churner, in traditional “Bilona” method.
• The butter obtained in the process is then separated.
• The separated butter is then boiled in a thick iron vessel on mild cow dung cake fire.

Storage: store in airtight container.

Shelf life: 6 months from the date of manufacture.

  • 250 ml: Cost: Rs 400

  • 500 ml: Cost: Rs 780

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Hand-churning ghee in “Bilona” method is said to retain healthy, fat soluble vitamins, which facilitate the absorption of essential nutrients in our body. Additionally, hand-churned desi cow ghee provides deep nourishment to all the tissues of the body, also helping with ulcers and constipation.
The quality of ghee depends on the milk obtained from cows. The quality of milk depends on the way we feed and treat the cows.

• The milk is naturally procured from cows that graze freely, openly and are raised healthily on a farm.
• Milk is extracted only after the calf has had sufficient milk.
• Cows are treated with ayurvedic medicinal herbs, like shankhpushpi, ajwain, shatavari, ashwagandha etc.
• Cows are regularly given neem sprays to keep diseases away from them.
• Each cow is treated just the way one would treat their own child.