Ghee does not spoil easily so does not need refrigeration. Some ghee mixtures last up to 100 years.
Ghee has a buttery taste without causing dairy allergies. Ghee is made from butter but the milk solids and impurities have been removed so most people who are lactose or casein intolerant have no issue with ghee.
Ghee is nutritionally rich like coconut oil. Ghee is rich in medium chain fatty acids which are absorbed directly to the liver (like carbs) and burnt as energy. Athletes can use ghee as a consistent energy source.
Within Ayurveda, ghee is considered one of the most satvic foods. Satvic foods promote positivity, growth and expansion of consciousness.
Fry Your Spices in Ghee. Many of the medicinal properties of herbs and spices can be absorbed and transported to targeted areas of the body with ghee. This is why Ayurveda uses ghee in thousands of different herbal preparation. You can do the same thing by frying your kitchen spices in ghee before adding to your dishes.