Desi Gau Milk

Charak Amurth Desi Cow Milk is naturally produced without use of growth hormone injections or antibiotics. Our cows are fed with natural fodder and cattle feed wihtout chemical or animal ingredients.

Charaka Dairy preserves our national heritage by encouraging a mass return to the goodness of Desi Gau Milk and milk products. Our health is under threat every day as chemically enhanced foods continue to flood the markets. It is time to go back to Mother Nature and rediscover the richness of the Desi Gau Milk.

  • Desi Cow Milk is chilled as quick as possible to maintain freshness and avoid bacterial growth.
  • Whatever mother cow gives it's given to you as is without processing to preserve natural vitamins and minerals present in the milk.

    Desi Cow Milk is of highest quality without any adulteration.

  • Vrindavan Desi Cow Milk is carefully produced and packed with great hygiene.

Difference between Regular Milk (A1) and Desi Cow Milk (A2)

More than 95% of milk produced in India are regular milk from Jersey and HF cows cross bred with Indian cows or Baffallows. Because these cows give more milk than pure Indian breed cows, Indian cows pretty much extinct. However, recently there has been much interest in Indian breed cow milk due to the fact that it has A2 type protein. Researchers find that A2 protein present in desi cow milk is good for brain development. As far as Charak Amurth Milk is concerned both regular milk and desi cow milk are naturally produced without use of any growth hormones, antibiotics, and chemicals.

Health benefits of A2 milk

Milk is one of the richest food sources of calcium, which is necessary strong bones and healthy teeth. One cup of milk provides between a half to a third of calcium’s recommended daily intake for a child (aged between 1-11 years) and around one third to a quarter of that for an adult. As calcium is present only in very small amounts in most common foods, it may be difficult for individuals who are restricted in their intake of milk and milk products to obtain the recommended amount. For more information on the importance of calcium in the diet, go to the government website Milk is also naturally packed full of other essential vitamins and minerals, like A, B2, B3, B6, B12, D, E, K and magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and selenium. Milk also provides a complete source of protein (both whey and casein) and is a natural source of carbohydrate for energy.