Pure (asli) Ghee is an ideal cooking oil, as it does not burn unless heated excessively. Ayurveda teaches us that the consumption of ghee is wholesome and offers a wide range of benefits, including clarity of mind and sound digestion by enkindling digestive enzymes.

The Charaka Samhita, one of the classical texts of Ayurveda, professes the intake of ghee for those whose bodily constitution is dominated by vata and pitta and is acceptable in moderation, for kapha tendancies too. It not just improves absorption and assimilation, but also nourishes ojas, tejas and prana. Ghee makes the body flexible, and is a yogavahi, the catalytic agent that carries the medicinal properties of herbs into the seven dhatus or tissues of the body. It also sustains and nourishes ojas (life-sustaining vitality).
Pure ghee is prescribed as a food ingredient for improving memory, eye sight strength, good complexion and skin lustre, voice, tenderness of the body, memory and intelligence and benefits the proper functioning of sense organs.
We now understand that the butyric acid and medium-chain triglycerides in pure ghee help in mobilising stubborn body fats and flushing them out of the body, leading to increase in good cholesterol and even helping in losing weight. It naturally lubricates the joints and is a natural source of antioxidant which eliminates free radicals and inhibits oxidation process, preventing many a body ailments

We at m3Kitchen hence follow the footsteps of our knowledge-rich legacy from the Ayurvedas and use pure ghee as a base for many of our gravy recipes.