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Gir Ahinsak Gau Ghee – Vedic, Ethical, Desi Pure Breed Gir Gaumata (A2), Bilona, Grass-Fed, Non-GMO – Good for Health, 1…

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Artisan – Made using traditional Vedic bilona process – derived from butter of curdled whole A2 milk (instead of just cream) of pure breed Gir Gaumata’s using a slow wood fired flame to retain maximum nutrition.
Ahinsak – Adheres to ancient Vedic practice of ‘dohan’ where calf is free to feed from 2 ‘Anchals’, while the remaining two ‘Anchals’ are used to obtain milk for other living beings.
Organic, non-GMO and Ayurvedic feed – Gaumata’s (‘Cow’ as Divine Mother) free to graze in a field nurtured with organic manure, dry feed is non-GMO and as far as possible organic. Rich Ayurvedic herbs also added to the feed.

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Gir Ahinsak Gau Ghee is made by Bansi Gir Gaushala, declared as the No.1 Gaushala in Bharat, awarded the Kamdhenu Award by the Government of Bharat in 2017.

What is so special about Gir Ahinsak Gau Ghee?

Gir Ahinsak Gau Ghee is a demonstration of what ancient Vedic purity can bring. When we in point of fact embrace Gaumata with love, we also bring back purity to Nutrition, Farming and Healthcare. A pristine gift which is an outcome of Vedic Gopalan (‘Cow’ care, rearing & breeding). By choosing this product, you strengthen Vedic standards of care which are healthier and ethical.

Ahinsak – Adheres to ancient Vedic practice of ‘dohan’ where calf is free to feed from 2 ‘Anchals’, whilst the remaining two ‘Anchals’ are used to obtain milk for other living beings.

Ethical & Non-exploitative – we never ‘eliminate’ non-lactating Gaumata’s (‘Cow’ as Divine Mother) or male calves. We don’t employ artificial insemination, hormone treatments or milking machines. We like to see our Gaumata’s as circle of relatives.

Artisan – Made the use of traditional Vedic bilona process – derived from butter of curdled whole A2 milk (as an alternative of just cream) of pure breed Gir Gaumata’s the use of a slow wood fired flame to retain maximum nutrition.

Organic, non-GMO and Ayurvedic feed – Gaumata’s are free to graze in a field nurtured with organic manure, dry feed is non-GMO and so far as conceivable organic. Rich Ayurvedic herbs also added to the feed.

Healthier Gaumata’s – Owing to our Ahinsak, Non-exploitative and Natural approach, our Gaumata’s are healthier, with some lactating at the age of 23 years even after giving birth to 16 calves. We also don’t keep our Gaumata’s tied up.

Ayurvedic – calms Vata and Pitta dosha’s, feeds ojas, improves strength & intelligence, improves digestion, aerobic performance, vision and fertility. Highly nutritious – Naturally rich in vitamins and a good option fatty acids.
Artisan – Made the use of traditional Vedic bilona process – derived from butter of curdled whole A2 milk (as an alternative of just cream) of pure breed Gir Gaumata’s the use of a slow wood fired flame to retain maximum nutrition.
Ahinsak – Adheres to ancient Vedic practice of ‘dohan’ where calf is free to feed from 2 ‘Anchals’, whilst the remaining two ‘Anchals’ are used to obtain milk for other living beings.
Organic, non-GMO and Ayurvedic feed – Gaumata’s (‘Cow’ as Divine Mother) free to graze in a field nurtured with organic manure, dry feed is non-GMO and so far as conceivable organic. Rich Ayurvedic herbs also added to the feed.
Ethical & Non-exploitative – we never ‘eliminate’ non-lactating Gaumata’s (‘Cow’ as Divine Mother) or male calves. We don’t employ artificial insemination, hormone treatments or milking machines. We like to see our Gaumata’s as circle of relatives.
Ayurvedic – calms Vata and Pitta dosha’s, feeds ojas, improves strength & intelligence, improves digestion, aerobic performance, vision and fertility. Highly nutritious – Naturally rich in vitamins and a good option fatty acids.

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