What is Ghee Butter Used For?
Ghee Butter originated from India, ghee was made for religious reasons as well as climate issues. It is safe & can be used to replace all butter & oils in cooking, & baking. Ghee is also safe for topical use for small burns and rashes. It holds many (proven) medicinal benefits & is a superfood that can be made sweet or savory. Ghee can also be used as a substitute for creamers.
What are “bulletproof” shots used for?
Bulletproof shots date back centuries to Northern India. The weather being extremely cold and brutal, shots of ghee were taken straight or added to beverages to keep people full longer, better focus, and get vitamins & antioxidants. Today there is somuch on the market that can be easily found in one spoon of ghee. Simple is best and natural is healthier, a spoon of ghee is both!
Does Ghee help restore damaged skin & hair cells?
The answer is Yes! ghee has vitamins A,E,K it not only produces collagen naturally but it helps restore damaged cells, promotes hair growth, and glowing skin. It is extremely beneficial for digestion & helps rejuvenate from the inside out. In many parts of Africa ghee is used and applied to the scalp for softer hair due to harsh dry weather conditions. Ghee is safe for topical use & is highly recommended for facials to keep skin soft. A rule of thumb is to add salt for body scrubs, and sugar for facial scrubs.
Coconut Oil vs. Grass Fed Ghee
Coconut oil is a fairly new oil in the states, it was never really used until a couple of years ago. Coconut oil has a very acquired taste, it has all of the same benefits of ghee but often times people opt for coconut oil due to it being more vegetarian/vegan friendly. Ghee has the same amazing benefits. However, ghee is used more for cooking because of its buttery taste, high smoke point, and rich aroma. There is no “miracle” oil or butter, every food should be eaten in moderation & be part of an overall healthy diet.