Bilona Ghee

Nature’s Golden Elixir

Ghee, a clarified butter with ancient roots in Indian culinary traditions, has been revered for its rich taste and numerous health benefits. In recent times, a variation known as A2 Ghee has gained attention for its potential health advantages, adding a new dimension to the beloved golden elixir.
Understanding A2 Ghee
A2 Ghee is derived from the milk of cows that exclusively produce A2 milk like Gir, Sahiwal. A2 milk has only A2 beta-casein protein, a distinguishing factor from the more commonly available A1 milk or the regular milk. Hence, the A2 ghee, derived from A2 milk also has only A2 beta-casein protein.

What is Bilona method of ghee making?

In Bilona method of ghee making, fresh A2 milk is obtained from indigenous cows. It is then boiled and the cream is separated. Cream is set to curd. The curd is then churned using wooden-churner bi-directionally, hence the name bilona. Churning of curd gives fresh butter. This butter is then heated on lower flame which gives pure ghee which has bright golden yellow colour and is granular in texture.

Health Benefits of Bilona Ghee

Bilona A2 ghee is rich in nutrients and fat-soluble vitamins like A,D,E and K. Bilona ghee contains butyric acid which is known to improve colon and intestine health, hence is a gut-friendly source of energy. It is easily absorbed by the body
Bilona Ghee has anti-inflammatory properties which improves immune system and prepares body to fight infections.
Bilona ghee, when consumed in moderation is good for heart as it contains high levels of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
It is also known to benefit skin and hair and improves bone health.
Bilona Ghee boasts a high smoke point, making it ideal for cooking at higher temperatures without breaking down or losing its nutritional properties. Its rich flavour enhances the taste of dishes, adding taste to health.
We at Nirvan Farms, stick to traditional bilona method while making ghee from A2 milk, making the healthy healthier.