Desi Badri Cow A2 Ghee 500ml

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1,199.00 every 3 months for 6 months

Quantity


250ml
500ml

Badri cow also popularly known as Pahadi, HimBadri or RedHill cow in the regions of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. They feed on specific herbs and shrubs of the Himalayan Hills that are of high medicinal value and drink Himalayan river waters. This is the reason why Badri cow milk is rich in nutrients and easily digestible..


Bilona Churned

Cruetly-free Process

Farmer Cowherd Community


Nourish Yourself

Glowing Skin

Shiny Hair
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Dear Kudej Community Member,

We all love the mighty Himalayas. Traditional cowherd/pastoral communities have been living in the mountain regions of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand to nurture Himalayan Badri cows for hundreds of years with the best of sustainable processes. They have rich conventional knowledge and culture that enables them to practice sustainable use of natural resources. For them, the cow isn’t a commodity, rather a community member.
In spite of all their value and virtues, Indian cow breeds are being criminally ignored inside their own native land, owing to a lack of awareness about the massive benefits and craze for hybrid/foreign breeds. Today we have less than 40 lakh Pahadi cows living in the accessible Himalayan region.
Crossbreed cows’ milk, consumed by many of us, contains A1 protein which has negative effects on human health. The hump in Desi Cows has a special vein called “Suryaketu Nadi” which transmits power from the sun-moon into the milk. This high-energy cruelty-free A2 milk and its allied products have kept our ancestors strong all these years.

Our Nuskes

To nourish yourself

Swap your oil with ghee. Mix a dunlop with your daily food for best results.

How

Spread it on the chapattis, dals, sambars, veggies, coffee, tea, salad daily food.

Benefits

Ghee has a high heat point, it is effective for absorption of fat-soluble nutrients found in veggies.

For a peaceful sleep

The nasal cavity is the carrier of oxygen and nutrients from the air while we breathe.

How

Apply 3 drops of warm ghee in both nostrils at bedtime.

Benefits

Improves sleep quality and movement of nutrients to the brain cells.

To boost brain memory

While in the mother’s womb, nutrients were transported through the belly button to a child.

How

Apply 5 drops of warm ghee in the belly button and massage well during bedtime.

Benefits

Improved absorption and transportation of ghee nutrients to the veins and intestine.

For glowing skin

The skin has pores acting as pathways to the internal organs of our body.

How

Massage your body parts, apply on wounds, rashes, dry lips, joints and feet.

Benefits

Acts as a moisturizer and rejuvenator.

For shiny hair

Being an external part, the hair gets exposed to the environment each day. This makes it important to take care of our hair.

How

Apply warm ghee into the hair follicle pores at bedtime.

Benefits

Acts as a moisturizer, prevents dandruff and improves hair density/texture.

Detoxify your body while sleeping

The impurities within your body need to be flushed away while your body is relaxing.

How

Mix 2 teaspoon ghee in a cup of hot milk and relish at bedtime.

Benefits

It is a gentle means of relieving constipation and improves digestion.

Frequently Asked Questions

The product comes in two size variants: 500ml and 250ml

The product is packed in food-grade glass bottle packaging

Ghee is purely A2 Ghee made using the vedic process

Yes, ghee can be and should be consumed by all ages

The product is non-returnable but in case of breakage or spillage, we will get it replaced

Ghee is made using the curd fermented bilona churning process

Ghee has a shelf life of 12 months from packaging date

Yes, this ghee is gluten-free

Inconsistency is natural. The density of ghee naturally varies as per the cow’s food intake and ghee-making process. 

No, there is no sugar present in the ghee.

Ghee contains Beta-carotene that gives it the yellow color. The color naturally varies as per the natural diet of cows during grazing.

No, ghee contains no preservatives

Yes, we follow a cruelty-free (ahimsa) process entirely

Please store ghee at a cool dry place at normal room temperature. Do not store in refrigerator

This ghee is made from the milk of either one Gir/Kankrej/Hallikar/Badri Cow

The ghee is made under the supervision of cowherd communities residing close to the cows in rural interiors. It is being packed in Mumbai, India

Yes, ghee can be used in different ways. We have listed a few in the ‘how to use’ section below the product

All are good. Each of them has a distinct taste and aroma. You could try whichever one suits your choice.

Curd fermentation process generates a high amount of good bacteria which is good for the gut. This fermenting process changes the functional aspects of ghee. It improves the absorption ability of the small intestines and decreases the acidic pH of our gastrointestinal tract.

Ghee is a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acid which decreases LDL cholesterol (the bad one) and increases HDL cholesterol (the good one). 

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

Crossbreed cows’ milk contains A1 protein generating a chemical named BCM7 that has been known to create negative effects on human health. The milk of the native Indian desi breed contains A2 protein that has been known to have multiple benefits on human health.

The product comes in two size variants: 500ml and 250ml

The product is packed in food-grade glass bottle packaging

Ghee is purely A2 Ghee made using the vedic process

Yes, ghee can be and should be consumed by all ages

The product is non-returnable but in case of breakage or spillage, we will get it replaced

Ghee is made using the curd fermented bilona churning process

Ghee has a shelf life of 12 months from packaging date

Yes, this ghee is gluten-free

Inconsistency is natural. The density of ghee naturally varies as per the cow’s food intake and ghee-making process. 

No, there is no sugar present in the ghee.

Ghee contains Beta-carotene that gives it the yellow color. The color naturally varies as per the natural diet of cows during grazing.

No, ghee contains no preservatives

Yes, we follow a cruelty-free (ahimsa) process entirely

Please store ghee at a cool dry place at normal room temperature. Do not store in refrigerator

This ghee is made from the milk of either one Gir/Kankrej/Hallikar/Badri Cow

The ghee is made under the supervision of cowherd communities residing close to the cows in rural interiors. It is being packed in Mumbai, India

Yes, ghee can be used in different ways. We have listed a few in the ‘how to use’ section below the product

All are good. Each of them has a distinct taste and aroma. You could try whichever one suits your choice.

Curd fermentation process generates a high amount of good bacteria which is good for the gut. This fermenting process changes the functional aspects of ghee. It improves the absorption ability of the small intestines and decreases the acidic pH of our gastrointestinal tract.

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

Crossbreed cows’ milk contains A1 protein generating a chemical named BCM7 that has been known to create negative effects on human health. The milk of the native Indian desi breed contains A2 protein that has been known to have multiple benefits on human health.


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Dear Kudej Community Member,

We all love the mighty Himalayas. Traditional cowherd/pastoral communities have been living in the mountain regions of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand to nurture Himalayan Badri cows for hundreds of years with the best of sustainable processes. They have rich conventional knowledge and culture that enables them to practice sustainable use of natural resources. For them, the cow isn’t a commodity, rather a community member.
In spite of all their value and virtues, Indian cow breeds are being criminally ignored inside their own native land, owing to a lack of awareness about the massive benefits and craze for hybrid/foreign breeds. Today we have less than 40 lakh Pahadi cows living in the accessible Himalayan region.
Crossbreed cows’ milk, consumed by many of us, contains A1 protein which has negative effects on human health. The hump in Desi Cows has a special vein called “Suryaketu Nadi” which transmits power from the sun-moon into the milk. This high-energy cruelty-free A2 milk and its allied products have kept our ancestors strong all these years.

Our Nuskes

To nourish yourself

Swap your oil with ghee. Mix a dunlop with your daily food for best results.

How

Spread it on the chapattis, dals, sambars, veggies, coffee, tea, salad daily food.

Benefits

Ghee has a high heat point, it is effective for absorption of fat-soluble nutrients found in veggies.

For a peaceful sleep

The nasal cavity is the carrier of oxygen and nutrients from the air while we breathe.

How

Apply 3 drops of warm ghee in both nostrils at bedtime.

Benefits

Improves sleep quality and movement of nutrients to the brain cells.

To boost brain memory

While in the mother’s womb, nutrients were transported through the belly button to a child.

How

Apply 5 drops of warm ghee in the belly button and massage well during bedtime.

Benefits

Improved absorption and transportation of ghee nutrients to the veins and intestine.

For glowing skin

The skin has pores acting as pathways to the internal organs of our body.

How

Massage your body parts, apply on wounds, rashes, dry lips, joints and feet.

Benefits

Acts as a moisturizer and rejuvenator.

For shiny hair

Being an external part, the hair gets exposed to the environment each day. This makes it important to take care of our hair.

How

Apply warm ghee into the hair follicle pores at bedtime.

Benefits

Acts as a moisturizer, prevents dandruff and improves hair density/texture.

Detoxify your body while sleeping

The impurities within your body need to be flushed away while your body is relaxing.

How

Mix 2 teaspoon ghee in a cup of hot milk and relish at bedtime.

Benefits

It is a gentle means of relieving constipation and improves digestion.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the size of the product?

The product comes in two size variants: 500ml and 250ml

Is the Bottle used Glass or Plastic?

The product is packed in food-grade glass bottle packaging

Is it A2 ghee or A1?

Ghee is purely A2 Ghee made using the vedic process

Is the Ghee appropriate to consume for all ages?

Yes, ghee can be and should be consumed by all ages

Is it returnable?

The product is non-returnable but in case of breakage or spillage, we will get it replaced

Is the ghee made by hand-churning or through machines?

Ghee is made using the curd fermented bilona churning process

When does it expire?

Ghee has a shelf life of 12 months from packaging date

Is it gluten-free?

Yes, this ghee is gluten-free

Why is the ghee solid/liquid?

Inconsistency is natural. The density of ghee naturally varies as per the cow’s food intake and ghee-making process.

Is there any kind of sugar present in the ghee? 

No, there is no sugar present in the ghee.

Why does the yellowish color of ghee vary?

Ghee contains Beta-carotene that gives it the yellow color. The color naturally varies as per the natural diet of cows during grazing.

Does it have preservatives?

No, ghee contains no preservatives

Is the process used cruelty-free?

Yes, we follow a cruelty-free (ahimsa) process entirely

Should we keep it at normal room temperature or refrigerator?

Please store ghee at a cool dry place at normal room temperature. Do not store in refrigerator

Which cow breed is used here?

This ghee is made from the milk of either one Gir/Kankrej/Hallikar/Badri Cow

Where is this ghee being made and packed?

The ghee is made under the supervision of cowherd communities residing close to the cows in rural interiors. It is being packed in Mumbai, India

Can I use this ghee for multiple purposes?

Yes, ghee can be used in different ways. We have listed a few in the ‘how to use’ section below the product

Which of the ghee variant is best?

All are good. Each of them has a distinct taste and aroma. You could try whichever one suits your choice.

What is the benefit of curd/culture fermentation process?

Curd fermentation process generates a high amount of good bacteria which is good for the gut. This fermenting process changes the functional aspects of ghee. It improves the absorption ability of the small intestines and decreases the acidic pH of our gastrointestinal tract.

Does Ghee increase Cholesterol?

Ghee is a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acid which decreases LDL cholesterol (the bad one) and increases HDL cholesterol (the good one).

Why does the flavor and aroma change after a few months?

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

What is the difference between A1 and A2 ghee?

Crossbreed cows’ milk contains A1 protein generating a chemical named BCM7 that has been known to create negative effects on human health. The milk of the native Indian desi breed contains A2 protein that has been known to have multiple benefits on human health.

What is the size of the product?

The product comes in two size variants: 500ml and 250ml

Is the Bottle used Glass or Plastic?

The product is packed in food-grade glass bottle packaging

Is it A2 ghee or A1?

Ghee is purely A2 Ghee made using the vedic process

Is the Ghee appropriate to consume for all ages?

Yes, ghee can be and should be consumed by all ages

Is it returnable?

The product is non-returnable but in case of breakage or spillage, we will get it replaced

Is the ghee made by hand-churning or through machines?

Ghee is made using the curd fermented bilona churning process

When does it expire?

Ghee has a shelf life of 12 months from packaging date

Is it gluten-free?

Yes, this ghee is gluten-free

Why is the ghee solid/liquid?

Inconsistency is natural. The density of ghee naturally varies as per the cow’s food intake and ghee-making process.

Is there any kind of sugar present in the ghee? 

No, there is no sugar present in the ghee.

Why does the yellowish color of ghee vary?

Ghee contains Beta-carotene that gives it the yellow color. The color naturally varies as per the natural diet of cows during grazing.

Does it have preservatives?

No, ghee contains no preservatives

Is the process used cruelty-free?

Yes, we follow a cruelty-free (ahimsa) process entirely

Should we keep it at normal room temperature or refrigerator?

Please store ghee at a cool dry place at normal room temperature. Do not store in refrigerator

Which cow breed is used here?

This ghee is made from the milk of either one Gir/Kankrej/Hallikar/Badri Cow

Where is this ghee being made and packed?

The ghee is made under the supervision of cowherd communities residing close to the cows in rural interiors. It is being packed in Mumbai, India

Can I use this ghee for multiple purposes?

Yes, ghee can be used in different ways. We have listed a few in the ‘how to use’ section below the product

Which of the ghee variant is best?

All are good. Each of them has a distinct taste and aroma. You could try whichever one suits your choice.

What is the benefit of curd/culture fermentation process?

Curd fermentation process generates a high amount of good bacteria which is good for the gut. This fermenting process changes the functional aspects of ghee. It improves the absorption ability of the small intestines and decreases the acidic pH of our gastrointestinal tract.

Does Ghee increase Cholesterol?

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

Why does the flavor and aroma change after a few months?

Since this ghee is made from curd fermentation, with time the bacterial culture keeps multiplying. This changes the flavor and aroma. As the ghee ages, its medicinal properties keep increasing.

What is the difference between A1 and A2 ghee?

Crossbreed cows’ milk contains A1 protein generating a chemical named BCM7 that has been known to create negative effects on human health. The milk of the native Indian desi breed contains A2 protein that has been known to have multiple benefits on human health.

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