Ghee is the most popular commodity for any health-related home remedies in Indian homes. Do you have dry skin? Use ghee. Are you face hair fall issues? Use ghee. Do you have digestion problems? Use ghee. In short, ghee is vital for most problems. With the weather changing constantly in the past 2 months everywhere in India, the wave of cough and cold has started. Many people follow different home remedies to cure their cough and cold. An interesting Nasya treatment is considered as a beneficial way to treat cold. In fact, it is the natural way to treat nasal congestion which id very common in cold.
We got so many questions for our blog on "What are the benefits of drinking milk with ghee at night?" that we decided to answer all those questions here. Our readers had all sorts of queries like "Is there protein in ghee?", "Can pregnant women consume this mixture?", "Is this mix really helpful for constipation?" and many more! We have tried to answer all the questions in this blog. If we have missed out on any, feel free to write to us in the comments.
At some point in our life, we have heard a close one tell us about the benefits of ghee in Ayurveda. Our grandparents swore by the goodness of this elixir of life and used it for various ailments. The healing properties of ghee make it a regular ingredient in home remedies for injuries and skin problems. It comes as no surprise that ghee has medicinal importance and parts a major part of Ayurvedic medicine as well. If only our earlier generation know how to market ghee correctly, it would have found a spot in the top 5 superfoods many years ago.