Ayurveda &

Ghee (Sanskrit: घृत)

According to Ayurveda, Ghee is appropriate for all types of people as it soothes all three doshas (vata, pittha and kapha). Above all, it strengthens agni or digestive fire.

Ayurveda recommends ghee in combination with spices. Spices are roasted in it and other foods added, or we can cook the dish and finally mix in ghee-roasted herbs. Dishes prepared in such a manner, whether vegetable or rice, legume, cereals, etc. are jewels of Ayurvedic and healthy vegetarian cuisine, and that of other diets.

Vedic Process of Ghee Making

Milk Collection

Gir Cow Milk is collected by hand in traditional way.

Milk Collection

Curd Making

Milk is converted into curd in earthern pot so it gives thicker curd.

Curd Making

Butter Making

Butter is churned from the curd by wooden bilona in traditional way.

Butter Making

Pure ghee made from makkhan (ghee) by heating it with constant slow heat.


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Ghee as Ayurvedic Medicine

In Ayurveda, pure cow ghee is mentioned as one of the important medicine for curing and preventing different desease.


Ghee is an integral part of Ayurvedic medicine. As it is fundamentally oil, it easily binds the nutritional substances in plants which meltin fat. It thus penetrates cell membranes which are based on lipids. According to some observations, Ghee enhances the efficacy of nutritional substances inplants by serving as a carrier of active components into the interior of cells where they are of most use and effect.


according to Ayurveda, Ghee helps balancing the surplus of gastric acid as well as maintaining natural stability and viscosity of stomach walls and intestines. Intestinal imbalances as the world knows them supposedly cannot occur if one consumes Ghee.


Similarly to Aloe Vera, Ghee lessens development of blisters and scars in so far as it is applied on burnt or damaged skin quickly enough. In books of ancient arts, thousands of years old, Ghee is mentioned and named ‘king’s therapy’.

Ghee and body care

According to Ayurveda, lips crack and burn when the weather is cold and vatadosha is enhanced. The condition is neutralized by applying purified butter or Ghee (herbs and flowers can be added) onto lips. The lips are then massaged and left to rest overnight. Ghee is fantastic when used as body vaseline, lubricant, ointment or cream basis.

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