Why Use Ghee?

Made from Cultured Butter

The cultured ghee made from the fermenting process offers a nutrient-dense profile, higher in butterfat and superior in taste.

Natural Source of Vitamins

Rich with Omega Fatty Acids, alkaline prebiotics, and vitamins A and K, ghee is a natural source of essential nutrients.

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Ghee contains Omega 3 fatty acids, which most people are generally deficient in. These fatty acids have been indicated as crucial to proper hydration, literally helping our cells to retain more water. Further, Omega 3's are specifically depleted during pregnancy and lactation, and are crucial for both mama and baby's health.

High Smoke Point

With a smoke point of 485 degrees, ghee is ideal for high-heat cooking. Our cooking process eliminates the milk solids that burn and oxidize.

100% Good Fat

Comprised of full spectrum short, medium, and long-chain fatty acids, ghee is one of the highest natural sources of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).

Great for Digestion

Ghee is rich in butyric acid, a short-chain fatty acid used for intestinal wall support. It is also lactose and casein-free, making it a better choice for those with digestive issues. Ghee also improves gut health, which is directly linked to building immunity.

Nourishes Body & Mind

In Ayurveda, digestive and mental health are deeply connected. Ghee is regarded as the optimal oil for alleviating overall dryness, in the body and the mind.