Dabur Chyawanprash UK 250g
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Chyawanprash is referred to in Ayurveda as Rasayana and has a beneficial effect on maintaining youth, vigor and vitality. Its anti-oxidant properties neutralize free radicals and reduce cellular damage by aging. Prepared with more than 40 plants, fruits, roots and minerals based on Amla flesh, it acts on the immune mechanism and improves the body's immunity.
According to beliefs, the original Chyawanprash formula was discovered by the wise man Chyawana. In order to regain his youth, in order to experience the conjugal pleasure he prepared his powerful acting preparation. The first historically documented formula of Chyawanprash is written in the Charak Samhita, an old Ayurvedic book written by the sage Charaka in the fourth century BC.
Dabur Chyawanprash has a sweet-sour taste and consistency of jam. It can be taken directly from the package or dissolved in milk or spread on the bread. In all these cases, its therapeutic remains the same and active.
Amla (Indian gooseberry / Emblica officinalis) - the richest natural source of vitamin C, strengthens the immune system, antioxidant.
Pippali (pieper longum) - helps cough, balances breathing, strengthens lung function.
Karkatshringi (Pistacia integerrima) - stress reducer.
Kesar - adds energy, makes the skin look healthy.
Bedarikant (Ipomoeia digitata) - improves metabolism, reduces stress.
Blaa (Sida cordifolia) - improves metabolism, combats general weakness, gives strength and endurance.
Guduchi - makes us physically and mentally stronger, rejuvenates our immune system.
Satavari - strengthens health, improves vision.
Ghee (clarified butter) - acc. Ayurveda considered one of the most nutritious products in the universe.
Ashvaganda - regulates body function, strengthens immunity.
The formula also contains many other extremely valuable herbs such as kudzu, cinnamon bark, asparagus, sesame oil, nutmeg, honey and others.
Usage: 1 teaspoon in the morning (on an empty stomach) and in the evening
Cinnamon bark, indian rose, chestnut moth, hottonia palustris, Indian goose (Amla), Galas, Irish root, Licorice Smooth, Long pepper, Wasak, Cyperus rotundus, Potassium Sorbate, Raisins, Curcuma zodaria, Sandalwood, Sesame oil, Borscht, Sugar, Crystal bent, Mung beans, Gold beans, Physalis.