Golden Healer Ghee
Inspired by the traditional Ayurvedic “golden paste” used to promote healing, Golden Healer Ghee features the classic herbs and spices in a flavorful blend. A spoonful or two of this ghee makes the perfect base for Golden Milk, a soothing anti-inflammatory Ayurvedic drink made by warming the ghee and spices in a pan, adding any choice of milk and a sweetener of your choice (honey or maple syrup are great options!).
Aside from traditional golden milk recipes, this potent blend is also a great cooking oil for curry, fried eggs, roasted cauliflower, and squash/pumpkin soups. Try sautéing vegetables with it for a soup or adding a spoonful right in before serving.
An ancient recipe of grass-fed high vitamin butter oil, Ghee is made by slowly simmering butter until the moisture evaporates and the milk solids/proteins are toasted and separated (making it lactose and casein free as well!). Exceptionally healthy and providing deep nourishment, ghee made from cultured butter from the milk of grass-fed cows is loaded with highly bioavailable vitamins A, D, E, and K, and is rich in butyric acid, which supports a healthy gut microbiome and a balanced gastrointestinal system.
The butter source for all Goddess Ghee creations is Banner Butter, a regional source of grass-fed and cultured butter churned in Atlanta, Georgia. Small-batch butter made with patiently-cultured cream from cows that graze in green pastures on small farms – and thus receive complete nutrition - and are never dosed with hormones, Banner Butter’s cream is unbelievably fresh and ripened for many hours – allowing good bacteria to form, which gives the butter its complex buttery undertones and phenomenal taste.
Produced in a certified kitchen near Asheville, North Carolina. No refrigeration necessary; shelf stable many months after opening. Lactose and casein free.
Unsalted + cultured grass-fed butter blended with all organic turmeric root, ceylon cinnamon, ginger root, ashwagandha root, cardamom, black peppercorns and a pinch of celtic sea salt
Warm a spoonful of Golden Healer in a pan with milk of your choice and add sweetener (honey and maple syrup are great options!). Aside from traditional golden milk recipes, this potent blend is also a great cooking oil for curry, fried eggs, roasted cauliflower, and squash/pumpkin soups. Try sautéing vegetables with it for a soup or adding a spoonful right in before serving.
Based in the heart of Appalachia, Goddess Ghee was birthed in 2015 after Marion Hearth asked herself the question, “What am I already doing/creating that I can make more of to share more gifts with my community?” Ghee was the obvious answer. Marion had been making ghee each moon cycle since the birth of her first baby just two years earlier, and ghee was the one staple in her kitchen that she didn’t let run dry. Marion began slowly: selling at farmer’s markets with a baby wrapped on her and a toddler running around - not imagining that Goddess Ghee would outgrow her in the ways She has. Marion is passionate about being an integral piece of Earth, food as medicine, resilient and sovereign living, primal motherhood, the arts, ritual, magic, and mysticism. Devoted to sharing this medicine and holding a vision of supporting a beautiful and simple way of life, Marion hopes that this medicine nourishes everyone it touches.
The Goddess Ghee team is a family…a sisterhood…a collective. They believe in a business model that highlights their individual gifts, creates space for rest, and inspires self-driven motivation. They know what a difference it makes to feel valued, loved, and respected, and they hope the joy of their team makes it into every bite of ghee.