Chyawanprash Patanjali, 500 grams
Any high-quality chyawanprash contains in its composition of Saffron. Specifying this in the title - nothing more than a publicity stunt producer. Among Chawanprash that we sell it is not only used in chyawanprash are Dabur and may not in Sona Chandi (we have no reliable confirmation of this).
Chyawanprash is one of the best immunomodulators in Ayurveda. It is a rejuvenating tonic, rich in vitamins, minerals and microelements with a very wide range of applications. Chyawanprash is effective for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the respiratory system, improves digestion, cleanses the intestines and blood of toxins, improves skin condition. Also Chyawanprash has a tonic effect on the heart, eyesight, the reproductive system, has a diuretic action. Additionally, this product improves the nervous system, indicated for insomnia, poor concentration and memory.
is the most famous product of Ayurveda, known for over three thousand
years. The recipe was first recorded by sage Charaka in his Charaka
Samhita around the IV century BC.
This medicine is a sweet-spicy soft jam of dark brown color. The basis of it is Amla.
- general tonic, immunomodulator;
- colds, bronchitis, asthma, tuberculosis;
- weak digestion, constipation;
- tonic for the nervous system, weakening of concentration, memory, insomnia;
- a rejuvenating tonic for the skin;
- elimination of toxins from the blood and intestines;
- tonic for the heart;
- tonic for eyes;
- tonic for male and female reproductive system, menstrual cycle;
- diuretic, tonic for the urinary system;
- source of vitamins and minerals.
Content: Dashamula, Bala, Musta, Jeevaka, Rishabaka, Utpala, Pippali, Sringi, Meda, Tamalaki, Truti, Jeevanti, Jongaka, Draksha, Pushkara, Shati, Punarnava, Kakoli, Kshirakakoli, Kakanasa, Amrita, Abhaya, Vidari, Vrishamula each 89 mg processed with Dhatriphala 3.048 gm, Til Taila 0.762 ml, 0.762 ml Ghrita, Matsyandika 4.444 gm, Tukakshiri 356 mg, Pippali 178 mg, Chaturjata each 22 mg, Madhu 1.143 ml.
Adults – 1 teaspoonful twice a day before meals.
Children - 1/2 teaspoonful 1 to 2 times daily before meals.
Acute respiratory infections the dose may be increased.
Chyawanprash can sometimes cause an increase of acidity and heartburn. In such a situation it should be taken with small volume of warm milk or after meal.
Contraindications: in case of diabetes to be taken with caution as Chyawanprash contains a lot of sugar, acute and chronic nephritis and pyelonephritis, gastritis.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: can be taken in small doses, or as directed by your doctor.
Original name: Chyawanprash Patanjali.
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