Faalsa A2 Gir Cow Ghee, Desi Superfood

Faalsa A2 Desi Cow Ghee is a pure A2 Ghee prepared using ancient ayurvedic methods from best quality A2 milk of Indian Breed cows like Desi Gir , Sahiwal , Tharparkar & Rathi cows.



Pure A2 Ghee extracted using ancient ayurvedic method from A2 milk of Desi Gir , Sahiwal , Tharparkar & Rathi cows.

The cows in our farm are fed with organic, nutritional & ayurvedic feed.

Special care is taken for their health, hygiene & happiness.

Indian Desi Breed of Cows produces A2 milk with good quality Protein , Vitamins and Minerals.

Ghee procured from this milk has Vitamin A, D, and B12. It also contains calcium , phosphorus , rich fats , potassium , riboflavin and 12 percent more protein.

It contains Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) which aids in lowering bad cholesterol , improving overall heart health and helps maintain blood pressure.

How is Faalsa A2 Desi Gir Cow Ghee Made ?

Step 1 :
The calf of the gir cow is fed first, then the mother is milked.

Step 2 :
The fresh whole milk is then slow boiled over traditional firewood in iron kadhais.

Step 3 :
The milk is then naturally cooled after boiling.

Step 4 :
Milk is then infused with a natural curd starter and kept for fermentation overnight.

Step 5 :
The overnight set curd is then churned using the age old Bilona method to separate the white butter from the buttermilk.

Step 6 :
The Makkhan (white butter) is then washed several times using water after which it is melted and clarified to obtain pure ghee.

Faalsa A2 Ghee Key Features

Ayurvedic Process
Made from Organic A2 milk with Ancient Bilona Method.

100% Organic
Made from organic grassfed Gir cow’s A2 milk.

Ethical Milking
Managed by experts and gir cows are fed only organic grass.

Made from A2 Milk
Pure Hand Churned Organic A2 Gir Cow Ghee with Wooden Churner.

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