Ghee is typically used in India. I started using Ghee a couple of years ago to help prevent tooth decay. 1/4 teaspoon of Ghee with 1/4 teaspoon of high quality Cod Liver Oil three times per day will help alleviate tooth decay. I avoided a root canal as a result of following this recipe. Plus my sensitive teeth issues have pretty much been eliminated altogether. I do find Ghee to be kind of greasy and it sort of has a funny taste to it, so to alleviate these issues I just put it in a smoothie. Then you don't really taste either of them. It has had amazing results for me. I have found that IHerb has a very reasonable price on Ghee 4 - 5 dollars cheaper than what I was paying for it locally. So now I'm purchasing it through IHerb. I'm sure Ghee has many other useful purposes as well. If you found this review to be helpful please click the yes button. Remeber to check out the daily and weekly specials for more terrific savings. Have a good day.
Posted by iHerb Customer on May 24 2011 | Verified Purchase
This is a truly great quality ghee product, very very hard to surpass this kind of quality. Basically no water in it, a great yellow golden color and the flavor is great, thanks to organic grass fed cows. Very happy that iherb is now carrying this product, wanted to try this brand of ghee for years, just ordered my 2nd bottle. Review update: I have reduced my rating for this product, since I found that it does not store well at room temperature after opening. I dont understand this, the cooking test revealed no water, the only explanation would be there is some slight mild solids residue from incomplete processing, so my my recommendation is to store it in the fridge after opening. Will contact the manufacturer for an explanation.
Posted by iHerb Customer on October 6 2011 | Verified Purchase
This butter is definitely a matter of taste. While I can see why somebody will love it, I myself just can't... I've tried, but to me it strongly resembles some kind of brown cheese which I just can't stand. :/ On a positive note, I do use it alot in cooking. It works great there and I doesn't particulary notice the taste. It's just butterish. Also; it is organic! I'm really really happy that the variety of organic products is widening and is available for international customers. Especially one like this. :D
Posted by iHerb Customer on February 9 2012 | Verified Purchase
This is the first ghee I've tried so I don't have anything to compare it to. I guess to explain it to somebody who has never had it, I'd say it has the smell of cheese or movie popcorn butter. The flavor is sort of strong. It made great garlic toast, but I didn't care for it on my breakfast foods. I don't regret buying it, but I don't love it enough to buy it again.
Posted by iHerb Customer on November 20 2011 | Verified Purchase
I love that this is from grassfed cows, organic and yellow. But the flavour was not as rich as other Ghee that I have eaten
Posted by iHerb Customer on November 23 2013 | Verified Purchase
The product, organic ghee is excellent. However, you need to improve your packaging as three of the ten jars were smashed. My suggestion is, that each jar should be bubble wrapped and no space for movement. Malcolm Watts
Posted by iHerb Customer on December 7 2013 | Verified Purchase
I read so many reviews on this about how incredible this is with its flavor but my first experience was plain. I still think that it's good because it's organic.
Posted by iHerb Customer on October 20 2013 | Verified Purchase
Good product, but leaked on the delivery
Posted by iHerb Customer on April 8 2011 | Verified Purchase
saturated to unsaturated ratio too high. just because its organic, doesn't mean it's healthy, in this case.
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 11 2018 | Verified Purchase
The smell is very unique and long lasting ,texture is no different from butter but refrigerate is not required ,a little goes a long way
Posted by iHerb Customer on October 23 2017 | Verified Purchase
when I open the box, there is one broken glass bottle. Please improve packing process like to use plastic bubble to wrap each of glass bottles before putting into box and glue one “Fragile” sticker on the box.
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