Pure Ghee

imageGreat tasting pure Ghee a fat which is said to lower cholesterol

Conditions apply

GHEE MAY ARRIVE SLIGHTLY CREASY OR LEAKED we are sorry but can take no responsibility as this is the nature of butter oil.

Ghee is available to our Ayurvedic patients. Sending ghee can be costly if you live in remote areas, therefore we reserve the right to add extra freight charges if applicable, this can be negotiated by email. Generally ghee coupled with Ayurvedic herbs will not inncur any extra freight.


Hypocholesterolemic effect of anhydrous milk fat ghee is mediated by increasing the secretion of biliary lipids. 

Matam Vijaya Kumar, Kari Sambaiah and Belur R. Lokesh Department of Biochemistry and Nutrition, Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore, Karnataka, India. Received 12 March 1999; accepted 22 October 1999. Available online 9 March 2000.


“The anhydrous milk fat ghee is one of the important sources of fat in the Indian diet. Our earlier studies showed that rats fed diets containing greater than 2.5 wt% of ghee had lower levels of serum cholesterol compared with rats fed diets containing groundnut oil. To evaluate the mechanism of the hypocholesterolemic effect of ghee, male Wistar rats were fed a diet containing 2.5 or 5.0 wt% ghee for a period of 8 weeks. The diets were made isocaloric with groundnut oil. Both native and ghee heated at 120°C containing oxidized lipids were included in the diet. The ghee in the diet did not affect the 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A (HMG CoA) reductase activity in the liver microsomes, but it significantly increased biliary excretion of cholesterol, bile acids, uronic acid, and phospholipids. The rats fed ghee had lower levels of cholesterol esters in the serum as well as in the intestinal mucosa. Both native and oxidized ghee influenced cholesterol metabolism. These results indicate that supplementation of diets with ghee lipids would increase the excretion of bile constituents and lower serum cholesterol levels.”

Dahasamani – Herbal Drinking Water

A mixture of Indian herbs that are added to drinking water. Dahasamani is excellent for cooling the body, purifying the blood and improving digestion. The herbs impart a beautiful deep pink colour and lovely taste. Simply boil 5 litres of water, add 1 tsp of Dahasamani and return to the boil. Once boiled, the water turns a beautiful deep pink colour. Strain and drink throughout the day. This process can be started the night before, leave to steep overnight and strain in the morning.

Panca Koolam – ‘Ama’ Mover

Panca Koolam is an age old Ayurvedic cleansing powder. It may increase digestion and may cleanse toxins, blockages and mucus(ama) from the system with none of the negative side effects of hot spices. Panca Koolam is based on five simple herbs and spices including the root and fruit of Pippali, Indian Long Pepper and ginger.

Dose: 1/4 teaspoon in warm water before meals.

Saindhava Ayurvedic Rock Salt

This premium mineral salt from Rajah’s Kerala is the first choice for Ayurvedic Medicine, Ayurvedic body therapies and cooking.

“Saindava, this term is applied to rock salt which is the best of all salts. The pure white crystaline salt is preferred for medical use.” Indian Materia Medica by Dr A. K. Nadkarnii

“Sainddhav is the rock salt given preference over other salts. This salt is slightly sweet and not hot.” Ayurvedic Pharmacology & Therapeutic Uses of Medicines by Vaidya V. M. Gogte

“Salt is essential to life in the right proportion. Saindhava rock salt comes from the open mines inland. It is considered the best of all salts as it is easy to digest, and does not cause water retention as readily as other types. It is classified as netrya and is beneficial to the eyes.” Ayurvedic Medicine by Sebastian Pole

Saindhava is high in minerals, cooling, sweet and easy to digest. As a muscle relaxant, Saindhava is applied in a warm bath.