A2 Desi Cow Ghee & Black Sesame Oil
Make your meals tastier and healthier with Anveshan’s wood pressed oil and A2 ghee combo. Our premium quality combo products are natural, chemical-free and lab-tested before being packed. Get the purity straight from the farms to your food.
What's in it
A2 Desi Cow Ghee
Our bilona churned ghee is made from the milk of grass-fed Hallikar cows of Karnataka. Made in small batches, the ghee has a fresh and tempting flavour. Ghee is thoroughly lab-tested using 17 parameters to ensure quality standards.
Our Black Sesame Oil is sourced from Tamil Nadu. It is extracted using the cold pressing best quality sesame seeds to ensure that it is rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other essential elements that make it a healthy choice.
How to use it?
Apply On Rotis
Apply ghee on tawa fresh rotis and parathas to make them more moist and digestible.
Make a paste of besan and ghee. Apply it and wash after 15 min with lukewarm water.
Healthy Cooking Oil
Use ghee as a cooking oil to make your dishes richer, satiating, and delicious.
Swish sesame oil in the mouth for about 20 minutes to detoxify and improve your oral health.
Sesame oil is a warming massage oil that provides nourishment and makes your skin healthy.
Traditionally in South India, sesame oil is used as a natural preservative in pickles.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our ghee is bi-directionally bilona churned with a wooden churner. This is why our A2 cow ghee has a grainy texture, thicker consistency, tempting aroma, superior flavour, and is much healthier. Hence, A2 Desi Cow Ghee is costlier and better than regular ghee.
While our cold-pressed oils are extracted through pressing and grinding of seeds below a temperature of 50°C. Though it is a slow and time-consuming process, they retain their natural flavour, aroma, and nutritional value. They are high in antioxidants and vitamins and contain good fats for a healthy heart.
Anveshan Black Sesame Oil is 100% pure and safe to use for all your skincare routines. But as a precautionary measure, you should always try a patch test on your arm.