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Shatavari Ghee, A2 Cultured 250 gms

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The Significance of Herbal Ghee

Ghee facilitates carrying the healing properties of traditional Indian herbs into deep tissues of the body; which implies that Ghee enhances the bioavailability of the herbs. The preparation of this ayurvedic herbal Ghee results in the intensification and concentration of the properties of herbs used in the Ghee. As per Ayurveda, the Ghee used to prepare Herbal Ghee should be made from Indigenous Cow’s Milk.

Specific herb details

The 'Queen' of all Indian natural herbs, Shatavari nourishes and protects the female reproductive system and balances hormones. It protects the digestive system and builds immunity.

Since centuries, Shatavari has been used for its numerous medicinal properties. The name of the herb itself translates to ‘a hundred roots’. Traditionally, Shatavari is used to build the female reproductive system - it is known to relieve menstrual cramps, hot flashes or PMS discomfort. It works on balancing hormones and also provides relief when managing conditions like insomnia, mood swings, anxiety, bloating etc. Shatavari is also believed to enhance milk production for breastfeeding mothers. 

Process of making TBOF Shatavari Ghee

Indigenous Gir Cow (A2) Cultured Ghee is fortified with sustainably grown and harvested Shatavari root, stem and extract to make Shatavari Ghee. The process we follow is as per traditional Ayurveda - Gir Cow Cultured Ghee, Shatavari Herbal extract concoction or kashaya / kaadha and Shatavari Herbal paste or Kalka is mixed in specific proportions in a-two stage process over two days.

Ingredients / Proportion

Shatavari Ghee = 4 parts A2 Cultured Ghee + 16 parts Kashaya / Kadha (Herbal Mixture) + 1 part Kalka (Herbal Paste)

It takes 350-400ml of pure A2 cultured ghee to make 1 bottle of 250ml Shatavari Ghee

Suggested usage 

1-2 teaspoons with warm water, first thing in the morning. Can be had with foods like dal-rice & khichdi as well.

Most recommended as a supplement, taken at a time away from meals.

Pregnant and lactating women should consult their doctor or vaidya before starting herbal supplements. This product is not intended to replace medical advice or treat any conditions.