Vedas and Upanishads mention, "The sweet and nourishing food should be mixed with ghee and milk, nourishing all dhatus [tissues] and be pleasing and suitable."(Hatha Yoga Pradipika).
No doubt the tasty recipes by our dadi and nanis use ghee as an essential ingredient.
Importance Of Ghee In Ayurveda And Yoga
Both Ayurveda and Yoga believe that the mind and body affect each other. Hence, it is impossible to look at ghee's effects on the body and mind in separation. However, ghee's daily consumption helps Yogis practice, strengthening the mind and purifying the intellect.
Various yogic practises such as pranayama and meditation result in the formation of heat in our bodies. This heat, also known as 'tapas' (specific kind of heat generated by certain yogic practices, known to burn off impurities), being more than physical heat, is a mental or spiritual heat. Yogis use ghee to increase the purifying heat in both body and mind, just as ghee is offered in fire ceremonies for increasing the fire.
Value Of Pure Ghee In The 21st Century
With the evolving lifestyle and changing times, purity and quality is something with which we seem to compromise. Be it the polluted environment or the stressed work from home schedules; we always tend to settle for less.
You can trust our A2 cow ghee for spiritual purposes besides using it as a kitchen essential. Amrutam A2 ghee is made only from A2 milk of the desi cows. These cows are fed and bred with great love and care. It is hand-churned and processed using the ancient bilona process and packaged to perfection for you. Own what you deserve, by purchasing the purest A2 desi cow ghee at our shop.