A2 Cultured Ghee 1kg (Traditional Bilona Method)

A2 Cultured Ghee 1kg (Traditional Bilona Method)

2,960.00

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  • Pure handcrafted ghee made a2 milk.
  • 100% pure A2 Gir Cow Ghee organic.
  • Certified organic and no harmful chemicals.
  • Highly nutritious and healthy.
  • 9 essential vitamins and minerals.
  • Safe for lactose intolerant people, too.

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A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee

Herms A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee is 100% pure and organic ghee obtained from pure-breed, highest quality milk of Gir cows. These are the indigenous cows from India that produce high quality milk, which is rich in A2 proteins. The A2 Cultured Ghee is derived from the milk of Gir cows and has a distinct aroma, taste and flavour which is different from the ghee obtained from other Indian breeds of cows. It is made in small batches by hand so that you can eat it with confidence.

Gir cow milk has been found to be A2 beta casein protein type which helps in boosting immunity and also prevents illness. It helps in fighting various diseases like diabetes, asthma, cancer, arthritis etc. It is also known for its digestive properties due to the presence of lactobacilli bacteria found naturally in Gir cow’s rumen (stomach).

Tested by multiple reputed agencies such as USDA Organic, ECOCERT, India Organic and Jaivik Bharat, certifies it as 100% organic. It is a pure Ghee that is free of hazardous chemicals, pesticides, fertilisers, preservatives, and other ingredients.

What makes our A2 cultured ghee special?

Our cows are grazing the green fields and are grass fed.  They are not injected with any growth hormones or chemicals to boost milk production. We have a team of dedicated farmers who take the utmost care of our cows with love and dedication. The entire process of milking and packing is done at our farm where we have a state-of-the-art processing unit to ensure the best quality of milk is delivered to you. 

Billona method

To produce a litre of ghee, we need to use 30-40 litres of milk. The process starts with collecting milk from A2 cows. We then use the billona technique for pasteurisation. The milk is heated and then cooled down to nearly 5 degrees Celsius. It’s then stored in a temperature controlled environment for 48 hours to make yoghurt. The yoghurt is then skimmed off and churned into butter using a wooden churner (Matka). This results in butter with high moisture content due to which it has to be boiled repeatedly till no water remains and only pure ghee remains behind. Every potful of ghee is filtered twice through muslin cloth before being stored in glass jars so as to remove any impurities present in the ghee. This step ensures that you get almost 100% pure desi ghee, which has all of its nutrients intact and no harmful chemicals leached into it while being processed. This is how we make sure that the most micronutrients remain preserved in our ghee.

Why should one use cultured ghee?

Cultured ghee has many benefits over regular desi ghee. Its lactose and casein free, allergen free, free of antibiotics and hormones. It is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids and CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), both of which have been shown to have many health benefits. For example, it is thought to help fight cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes. It also has an improved shelf life when compared to desi ghee because there are no bacteria left in the cultured fat after cooking.

What makes A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee so beneficial?

Most of the ghee available today is made using pasteurised milk; however, A2 Gir Cow Ghee is completely devoid of processing or pasteurisation. This ensures that it retains all its natural nutrients and health benefits. 

Ghee prepared from A2 Gir Cow Milk is packed with essential vitamins and minerals like vitamin D, E & K along with magnesium and calcium that are required by your body for proper functioning. With so many nutritional properties, it is no surprise that this type of ghee offers various health benefits. Below given are some benefits of using this ghee:

Great for lactose intolerants: It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and contains numerous fat soluble vitamins, like Vitamin A,D,E and K. Because it is made from cultured ghee, the lactose is removed through the fermentation process making it safe for those who are lactose intolerant to consume.

Good for heart: A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee is packed with antioxidants and nutrients called phytonutrients that help fight free radicals causing cancer and other chronic diseases. A2 gir cow ghee contains high amounts of cholesterol which helps to increase HDL, that is, good cholesterol thus prevents clogging of arteries and improves heart health.

Improves digestion: A2 gir cow cultured ghee contains good fats such as CLA conjugated linoleic acid, vitamins like vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, Omega 3 fatty acids and Omega 9 fatty acids which help in weight loss, improves digestion and reduces inflammation.

Improves brain function: A2 Ghee is believed to improve brain functioning and helps fight neurological diseases like dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. It is said to be good for skin health as well since it contains Vitamin A, a nutrient important for skin nourishment.

Desi Ghee vs. A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee: What’s the Difference?

 

A2 Gir Cow Cultured Ghee Desi Ghee
Gir cows are fed  Desi cows are fed
A2 Gir Cow Ghee is cultured ghee made from yoghurt Desi Cow Ghee is made up of cream
Lactose intolerance symptoms are relieved by routinely consuming A2 grass fed gir cow cultured It can be consumed by anyone, unless the person is severely lactose intolerant
A2 milk does not produce inflammation or gastrointestinal problems Improves the function of the digestive tract by soothing and healing it
30-40 litres of milk is used to prepare 1kg of ghee  Lesser amount of milk is required to produce 1 kg of ghee 

 

Weight 1 kg

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