Promotes better absorption of nutrients: Ghee increases the capability of the intestinal walls to absorb nutrients. This quality also enhances the healing power of the herbs you ingest.
Source of fatty acids: It is the main source of Butyrate fatty acid. This is vital for the health of the intestinal walls, reducing chances of inflammation. It is ideal for conditions such as leaky gut syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. This fatty acid also helps in reducing the risk of colon cancer.
Lubricates the body: Whether applied externally or taken internally, ghee nourishes and lubricates tissues in the body. It reduces dry skin, dry colon, inflammation and stiff joints. It makes you more lustrous and flexible.
Nourishes the brain and nervous system: Ghee increases your memory and intellect. It is beneficial for mental and emotional imbalances.
Possesses anti-inflammatory properties: Ghee helps control allergies, arthritis, and auto-immune conditions, as it has anti-inflammatory agents.
Ghee benefits the eyes: In Ayurveda, ghee, along with Triphala and honey, is used to improve ocular (eye) health.
Increases the effectiveness of medicinal herbs: Ghee is a well-known catalyst (anupana) and has the unique ability to drive the healing properties of the medicinal herbs deep into the seven body tissues (sapta dhatus). This increases the effectiveness and healing potency of the herbs dispensed.