Ghee - 500 g
Our Ghee (sourced from villages near Lansdowne in Uttarakhand Himalayas) is produced by grass-fed cows and is considered to be rich in fat-soluble vitamins and Omega-3.
Our cow’s ghee has been prepared from the milk of Badri breed of mountain cows. These cows are reared in highlands (around 1500 m) and fed mostly in natural landscapes/forests. The milk so reared is also affluent in medicinal properties acquired from the grasses, plants and herbs the cows feed on.
This ghee has been prepared using the Bilona method - hand churning for higher nutrient retention. This ghee is considered rich in fat-soluble vitamins and Omega-3. It is useful for weight loss and keeps body warm in winter.
It has been sourced from villages located in the catchments of Malan and Nayar rivers of Pauri Garhwal district Uttarakhand. Both these rivers are important tributaries of holy Ganga. Nayar, called Narad Ganga, according to ancient historical Hindu texts, rises in the dense forests and high meadows of Dudhatoli mountain range. Both these rivers ramble through scenic settings, providing clean and mineral rich water to villages situated along their course. According to mythology, this landscape was also the abode of sage Charak, the founder of Ayurveda.
Members of our women Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and their cooperative prepare the ghee in most hygienic manner. It is packed and marketed our women’s cooperative.