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Ghee Podcast

A live podcast on Ghee with Mama Sattva: JOIN ME TODAY on LIVING LIFE ON PURPOSE from 12-1pm PST where I’m interviewing Indya Gage ... Continue Reading →

Ghee Science

Eating ghee reverses aging and keeps you vibrant and youthful. Some of the fatty acids in ghee include pamitic acid, myristic acid, and lauric acid ... Continue Reading →

Saturated Fat: Friend or Foe?

Written by Kevin Shea, High Fat Living It is not uncommon for one to hear the words saturated fat and conjure up images of clogged ... Continue Reading →

Making the purest, most delicious ghee

I have to say, making the purest, most delicious ghee includes many variables, but the most important element is our gracious, beautiful cows. Reverence to ... Continue Reading →

Mama’s Going For it….

….We’ve decided to expand, and we need your help. If you love Mama Sattva Ghee, and want to help us reach our goals for 2014 ... Continue Reading →

Enjoy The Magazine & The Store

Mama Sattva was fortunate enough to be written about in one of the North State’s best publications – Enjoy the Magazine. Click to read ... Continue Reading →

Ghee has a Higher Medicinal Value when the texture is GRAINY

Watch video with Maha Mrityunjaya mantra making ghee under the full moon.: Many first timers, new to tasting ghee are surprised at the grainy ... Continue Reading →

Toothcare combining Ghee and Fermented Cod Liver Oil

Don’t try telling your dentist….. but people are reporting amazing results in curing cavities by combining ghee and fermented cod liver oil.  (Make sure it’s ... Continue Reading →

A Happy Ghee Customer Comments

………….    “Mama Sattva Ghee, quite fittingly, joins Tin Roof Bakery and Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. on my list of enlightened Chico enterprises.  (Interestingly, their products ... Continue Reading →

Essential Fatty Acids in Ghee

Some of the fatty acids in ghee include palmitic acid, myristic acid, and lauric acid which are important for ‘stabilization processes in the body including ... Continue Reading →