Are you consuming butter oil or cow ghee?

Are you consuming butter oil or cow ghee?

Commercially, Ghee (clarified butter) is produced by melting and further purifying the butter. In the process, it not only evaporates the excess water content but also burns away any solid content or impurity. This is fairly simple and no doubt produces commercially viable quantities. But neither the process is a healthy nor the ghee production is by the Vedic methods. The so-called ghee produced by these methods lack any medicinal…

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Difference between Indian cow and Jersey/HF cow

Difference between Indian cow and Jersey/HF cow

The basic difference between Indian cow (Zebu) and European cows (Taurine) can be traced back to their ancestry when the ancient population of prehistoric Aurochs was divided into Indian and European subspecies. Indian Aurochs were the most ancient subspecies and led to the present stock of Indian Cows like Gir cow, Hariana, Sahiwal and Kankrej. Cattle farming in India was done not only for the value of Cow products but also…

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Know about devil in the milk

Know about devil in the milk

In our endeavor of safeguarding the Vedic way of ancestors, we follow research-based inputs for furthering our goals. In this regard, we would like to refer to the book “Devil in the Milk: Illness, Health and the Politics of A1 and A2 Milk”, written by Keith Woodford. An eye-opening account of the whole debate around milk consumption. The facts and figures presented in the book have been compiled from around…

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What is A1 and A2 Milk

What is A1 and A2 Milk

It has been scientifically proven that the breed of cow from which the milk is coming determines the nutritiousness and health benefits of the milk. In this regard, the scientific community, as well as the farmers, are currently divided on the protein in milk present as components A1 and A2 ( ScientificallyA1 Beta Casein and A2 Beta Casein. A1 and A2 are actually the major ingredients out of 13 different…

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