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5 Different uses of Ghee other than in Cooking

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Ghee has been considered as a symbol of health and prosperity since a very long time. And, we all are aware of the health benefits that ghee provides. Almost in all regions of India, ghee is a staple ingredient in almost all dishes and desserts. So, here are some different uses of ghee for skin, hair and cold other than ghee used in cooking:

  1. How to use ghee for face?
    Desi ghee is extremely powerful for a soft and supple skin especially if it is made out of cow’s milk. The fatty acids present in ghee helps in hydrating the skin cells and thus promotes clear and bright skin from within. So without hesitating, you can apply ghee on your face by creating an effective natural DIY face mask. Mix 2 spoons of ghee with 2 spoons of haldi or besan and stir the mixture with small amount of water to bring it in a paste consistency. Apply this on your face and neck for 20 minutes and you will see the difference from the very first application itself.
  1. How to use ghee for pure energy?
    In Ayurveda, the use of ghee is known to promote good health, positivity and personal growth. Ghee is enriched with fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, K, K2, and CLA. It has a fatty acid profile and thus gets quickly digested. Together, they get easily absorbed by the body and converts easily into energy that lasts all day long. Just take a spoon full of desi ghee and melt it on a stove and consume it daily in the morning.
  1. How to use ghee for medicinal purpose?
    As the weather changes, most of us experience cold followed with a clogged nose, headache, sensitive taste senses, exhaustion and the most annoying of all is the difficulty in breathing. These days, people prefer taking nasal drops and sprays to open up their clogged nose. But, Ayurveda has a remedy called ‘Nyasa Treatment’ that highlights one of the medicinal uses of gheee. unclogs the nose naturally. Pouring a few drops of warm pure cow ghee into the nostrils provides quick relief from cold and also soothes the infection.
  1. How to use ghee for curing burns and recovering from post surgery?
    Ghee is an effective post-surgery recovery agent and recommended to women post delivery and post hysterectomy surgery. In Ayurveda, ghee is known for its healing properties and when consumed or used in combination with honey does wonders! As the pH of honey is lightly acidic, the ghee helps maintain pain-relieving, antibacterial and anti-microbial benefits and serves as a carrier for them.
  1. How to use ghee for hair and skin?
    Being rich in fatty acids, Ghee quickly gets absorbed into the skin and hair. Ghee is an amazing moisturizer that keeps the skin hydrated and radiant longer than the usual body lotions. You can apply a small amount of ghee on your body during or after taking a shower. If you have rough and brittle hair, add a small amount of ghee with your conditioner, let it settle for half an hour and then rinse your hair as usual. To use it alone and avoid ghee’s smell, add a drop of your favorite essential oil to it.

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