Q: Is the organic ghee from grass-fed, pasture-raised cows?
A: The organic ghee used in Amrit Nectar Paste comes from grass fed cows that are pasture raised.
Q: Why does the consistency of my Amrit Nectar Paste vary from being smooth to slightly crunchy?
A: Sometimes over time or due to cold temperatures, the organic cane sugar in Amrit Nectar Paste may crystallize. This does not affect the quality of the product.
Q: Does Amrit Nectar Paste need to be refrigerated once opened?
A: Amrit Nectar Paste does not need to be refrigerated once opened, but you can do so if you prefer.
Q: Amrit Nectar Tablets is described as being safe for those with a sugar sensitivity but includes sugarcane in the ingredients.
A: Amrit Nectar Tablets contain extracts of sugarcane root and wild sugarcane root, neither of which contain any sugar. So the product is safe to take by those who have a sugar sensitivity.
Q: Are the Amrit Nectar Paste and Amrit Nectar Tablets equally effective?
A: The Amrit Nectar Tablets have been found to be as effective as Amrit Nectar Paste, especially in the area of chemotoxicity. The Amrit Nectar Paste contains honey and sugar that help the herbs to be absorbed quickly. It also contains ghee (clarified butter) to help clear the microcirculatory channels in the body to facilitate easy delivery of the herbs. Therefore, vaidyas (ayurvedic experts) and health professionals generally prefer to recommend the Amrit Nectar Paste, unless a customer has a sugar sensitivity or does not like the taste. In those cases, the Amrit Nectar Tablets provide a good alternative. In the long run, both the Amrit Nectar Paste and Amrit Nectar Tablets are equally effective.