Ghee is becoming quite the Superfood - thanks to "Bulletproof coffee"!? As with most such trends in the mainstream wellness world, a deeper context to its potential superpowers and ill effects is often missing. This motivates us to launch the Glory of Ghee Knowledge Circles, where InSightful teachers/experts will share their Ayurvedic-Yogic-Tantric perspectives on ghee and all connected with the "Source" - special cow breeds, milk, therapeutic and spiritual properties, and much more! 




Tuesday, Dec 27  |  9pm ET (USA)

Our world is obsessed with anti-aging via countless beauty treatments/products, supplements, programs in the marketplace. Whether in childhood, adolescence, adulthood, or old age, our bodies and minds develop, ripen, and transform with the turning of the years. Aging is inevitable and something to be celebrated rather than feared. As women navigate various sacred windows in life such as menarche, pregnancy, menopause,  timeless knowledge has identified this superfood to support our body-mind health and higher consciousness - Ghee. Scriptures tell us, "Ghee is life" - Ayur Ghritam. The Vedas call ghee the "first and the most essential of all foods" and essential medicine in Ayurveda. As we inch towards death on a daily basis, how can we consciously use ghee to navigate all the hormonal, chemical, emotional, spiritual changes throughout the various stages of life?  

In this session, Dr. Sarita Shrestha will shine her light on:

  • Understanding the different stages of life, according to Ayurveda
  • Specifically share her experiences in womanhood
  • How to use ghee to benefit from its wonderful properties,
    and how not to harm oneself/others in the process.
  • Various benefits of ghee – physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually…
  • Answer YOUR questions
  • And more!

About Dr. Sarita Shrestha, BAMS (Ayu), OB/GYN (MD)

Sarita Shrestha is the Founder and Chairman of Devi Ma Kunja Ayurvedic Hospital as well as the Founder and Director of Vedaya Ayurveda, in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is the first woman Ayurvedic (MD) specialist in Nepal. As an OB/GYN, she specializes in womens health, practicing Ayurveda and yoga for more than 30 years and has worked for the government of Nepal in the field of Ayurveda for 21 years as a medical officer. She lectures at Tribhuvan University, the Ayurvedic College in Nepal, and Sanskrit University and is also a long-standing faculty member at Mount Madonna Institute of Ayurveda in California.

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