Chyawanprash has anti-oxidant properties & strengthens your body's internal defense mechanism, the immune system. Thereby protecting you from everyday infections, cough, cold & stress etc. Totally chemical-free, natural and safe.
Powerful combination of herbs and plant extracts in a base of Amla fruit pulp. Reinforces the immune system & helps fight disease.Trusted health provider of a majority of Indian households.
History, Myth & Origin
It is believed that the formula of Chywanprash was discovered by the sage Chyawan. He was the first to prepare this tonic, and used it to regain his own youth and longevity. Charak Samhita, the ancient Ayurvedic treatise written by sage Charak in the 4th century BC, contains the first historically documented formula for Chywanprash. According to this ancient text, Chywanprash is the foremost of all ‘rasayanas’ or herbal formulations.
A Proven Recipe
This unique ‘jam’ is a mix of 49 powerful ayurvedic herbs with ‘amla’ (Indian gooseberry) as the base. The other ingredients in this traditional recipe include ashwaganda, pippali, cardamom, nutmeg and cinnamon in a base of clarified butter and honey. This magic elixir is good for all, irrespective of age and gender, and creates a harmonious synergy in the body leading to better metabolism. Here’re some specific health benefits of Chyawanprash.
Digestive and Immune System
Chywanprash's basic ingredient amla has 30 times more vitamin C than orange and helps in strengthening the immune system and expediting the healing process. Regular intake of chywanprash strengthens digestion, absorption and assimilation of food and balances stomach acids.
Heart and Brain
The perfect blend of Ayurvedic herbs acts as a cardiac stimulant and helps in smooth functioning of the heart. Chywanprash nourishes the brain cells by supporting the nervous system and enhances co-ordination and memory power. The tonic is good for students as it increases retention and recall.
Lung, Liver and Kidneys
The smooth functioning of the lungs is facilitated by the regular intake of chywanprash. Moisture balance is maintained in the lungs and gives new energy to respiratory system. Chywanprash helps purify blood and invigorates the liver and helps to eliminate toxins. It helps the downward flow of energy in the body and eases constipation. Apart from these, the herbal jam eliminates wastes from the body without overworking the urinary system.
The holistic traditional formula of chyawanprash improves skin complexion, glow and fights dermal bacterial infection. It promotes hair growth and helps absorption of calcium resulting in strong bones and teeth. It is especially good for alleviating cough and asthma. The anti-oxidant properties of the tonic act against the ageing process and maintain youthfulness. Chywanprash enhances fertility, keeps menstruation regular and helps to overcome difficulties in conception. It also improves muscle tone by enhancing protein synthesis effectively.
The age-old Chyawanprash is regarded as an all-embracing herbal health tonic by one and all, and has become an indispensable part of a healthy family.
Contains standardized extracts of Indian gooseberry (emblica officinalis), Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Shatawari (asparagus racemosus), Udakiryaka (caesalpinia digyna), Arjun (terminalia arjuna), Japa (herpestis monniera), Shank Pushpi (evolves alsinoides), Ashwagandha (withania somnifera), Bilwa (aegle marmelos), clerodendron phlomidis, Shyonaka (oroxylum indicum), Gunbhari (gmelina arboria), stereospermum suaveolens, Bala (sida cordifolia), Dhatura (desmodium gangeticum), uraria lagopoides, phaseolus tribbus, termanu labiais, Indian Long pepper (piper longum), solanum indicum, Kanta Kari (solanum xanthocarpum), Pistaceo (pistacia integerrima), Bhumy Amalaki (phyllanthus niruri), Draksha (vitis vinifera), Haritaki (terminalia chebula), hedychium spicatm, Musta (cyperus rotundus).
3 x 1000 G
Chyawanprash can also be written as following:
Chavanprash, Chawanprash, Chavyanprash, Chawanprasch, Chyavanprasch, Schawyanprash, Schyavanprasch, Schavanprasch, Schawanprasch, Chawanprash, Chawyanprash, Chavanprasch, Chavyanprasch