A2 is the original protein that is present in cows since the beginning. After the demand for milk began to rise, A1 milk became prominent in the market due to its high quantity availability. The human intervention caused cows to develop A1 protein in their milk. In fact, all other mammals including humans produce A2 milk only.

We at Smiling Senses bring you A2 milk from pure Desi Cow known to produce milk which only has A2 protein, which is known as the elixir for life. A2 milk is how nature intends milk to be.
A2 Milk contains high levels of Omega 3 that helps in cleaning cholesterol deposits in blood vessels. Also, the cerebrosides present in A2 milk is known to boost brain power. These A2 milk benefits are excellent for your body and health. The strontium of A2 milk increases immunity and protects the body from harmful radiation. Since A2 milk benefit includes it being pure and natural, it is also easy to digest and cures irritable bowel.

Another exceptional A2 milk benefit is that the A2 protein in cow’s milk has anti-cancer properties. Since cancer is one of the highest spreading diseases in the world, preventing it is one of the best cures.
A2 is the purest form of milk produced by cows who are loved, nurtured, and taken care of. Cows are given fresh fodder, clean water, and kept in a happy environment. As a result, the milk is purer and nutritious.In a market filled with hormone and antibiotics induced milk. We at smiling senses bring you pure a2 milk from free grazing desi cows with minimal human intervention, a glass or 2 of pure milk every day will help increase immunity of your family.



A2 Ghee Is made from milk of Desi Breed of cows like Kankrej, Gir, Rathi, Tarparkar, Ongole among the top Indian breeds that have only A2 Beta-casein protein present in their milk. The Benefits of which are written all over our ancient scriptures and Ayurveda. Alright. If you found it interesting, let’s talk more about our own desi ghee or clarified butter as they call it in English. We shall try here to state as many facts as possible along with its numerous benefits. With that golden colour, clear liquid with occasional solidified content floating around – and why, you should be making it a part of your staple diet, right now! There is no denying that ghee or ghrita, as they say in Sanskrit is our own Indian invention. Each tiny drop has been nurturing mankind for a countless number of generations, occupying an important role in rituals, as an integral part of ancient medicine Ayurveda eventually becoming an inseparable part of our lives and culture. The word ghee is coined from the Sanskrit word ghr- which means sprinkle and in Southern parts of India it is widely known as Neyyi. Ghee occupies an imperative position be it in Vedic rituals, marriages, religious customs and varied cuisines across India, Middle Eastern and South East Asian countries.

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Desi Ghee In Ancient Texts

Hindu Vedic text Yajurveda mentions ghee, made from pure cow’s milk as a sacred ingredient, a must-have in all homams, yagnas and is offered to agni (fire) and various deities, during rituals. The epics Mahabharata and Bhagavatam are incomplete without the mention of desi ghee, as Kauravas were believed to be nurtured as foetuses in a pot filled with ghee, while the stories of little Krishna and his friends drooling over ghee and other dairy products have always remained a delight for the devotees of Krishna. It is also interesting to note that Buddhism attributes ‘ghee’ to the highest order of learning, often comparing it to the last of five flavours in dairy – milk, cream or malai, curdled milk, butter and then ghee to Lotus and Nirvana sutras – the tallest among all teachings. Traditional Indian medicine suggests lighting diyas, by dipping wicks made from pure cotton, in ghee to kill viruses, bacteria and other contaminants in the air, in the evening hours especially during rainy and winter seasons. There is a lot of Science in many practices that we do in our culture and Puja.

Emotion with nostalgic memories

The presence of desi ghee in our daily life is humongous even today, with every foodie reaching out for a spoonful of this dairy wonder, to top their dishes. South Indians swear by their “Sponge Idlys” soaked in freshly made ghee complimented by chutney and chilli powder, ‘Ghee roast’ the crispy dosas. while for North Indians parathas, rotis, biriyani, kichidi and not to forget halwas, laddus are just incomplete, without generous helping of ghee. In many Indian families, serving food with freshly melted ghee is a sign of pride, affection and it is a common sight in our families, mothers and grandmothers insisting upon their children to add more ghee to their diet to improve their brain development and memory. Let us not be victims of these western propaganda into following some well coined and marketed diet concepts. Let’s stick to our roots and habits that have kept us healthy all these centuries.