Our ghee comes from high-altitude Himalayan Cows, homemade in the villages of Himachal Pradesh. These mountain cows graze on fresh forest fodder, shrubs, herbs, and many medicinal plants, thus producing milk that has high nutritional value.It takes 20-30 liters of milk to produce 1 kg of ghee.
Butter is churned out of curd made from the milk and boiled to get this delicious ghee. Ghee can be added to vegetables, curries, and slathered over rotis. One can have 1-3 teaspoons of ghee during the day. Ghee strengthens the body eliminating toxins, boosting immunity at the same time. Ghee can also be used for hair care and as a skin moisturizer rich in omega acids.
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