The Royal Oil – This is the ancient name given to clarified butter, also known as Ghee in ancient times.
With the invention of impostors like margarine and all sorts of manipulated oils in the name of saving us money and promises of better health, ghee fell from its lofty position. The good thing about this is that none of the health properties of ghee has changed.
Ghee still tops the chart for promoting Health and Longevity. Ghee should be used sparingly because it is a fat and because of its properties, a small portion will add a huge amount of flavor to any dish. That said, with respect to its health giving properties ghee can - Help extend the life of human cells - enhancing longevity as it
Facilitates better digestion
Naturally regulates metabolism
Enhances memory, intelligence and brain health
Is a versatile heart healthy fat
Help you resist free radical damage
Does not need refrigeration
Makes sauces and cooked veggies taste terrific
Helps you eat yourself younger with vitamin A D and K and choline.