In India, Chyavanprash is highly valued for centuries. It is the standard dietary food supplement in Ayurveda. Chyavanprash is a delicious, mildly spicy puree of ghee (clarified butter), a lot of Amla (Amalaki), dextrorotatory sugar cane, honey, and a large variety of ayurvedic herbs.
Because of its specially balancing properties, Chyavanprash is a soothing and balancing food supplement for the whole family. Natural vitamin C, highly concentrated in the Amla berry, and selected ayurvedic herbs have particularly beneficial properties. Due to the natural ingredients which have been researched and proved over thousands of years, Chyavanprash is very compliant for people of all ages.
Chyavanprash is an authentic ayurvedic dietary food supplement, rich in historical references and legends. First indications for Chyavanprash reach back more than 3000 years before our era. According to the ancient Ayurvedic text Charaka Samhita, the first and oldest Ayurvedic scripture, Chyavanprash can be consumed daily.
About the ingredients:
Most herbs for the recipe are boiled in water and then the dried extract is mixed with honey. Thereafter, the aromatic spices cardamom, cinnamon and cloves are added as powder. The finished product is like a sugar syrup, but with a deliciously sour and slightly spicy taste.
The mixture of Ayurvedic herbs and spices is traditionally produced in accordance with the Sarangadhara Samhitha – one of the basic, ancient scriptures of Ayurveda.
Amalaki (Amla, lat. Emblica officinalis, Indian Gooseberry) is, next to cane sugar and honey, the main ingredient. According to the ancient Ayurvedic texts, Amalaki is the richest source of natural vitamin C and contains all six ayurvedic tastes, except salty. Amalaki contains Calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, carbohydrates, thiamine, riboflavin and many others. Many scientifically very reputable studies have confirmed the positive properties of Amalaki as a food supplement.
Unrefined cane sugar and honey are serving as carriers of the herbs. Moreover, cane sugar and honey provide the sweet flavor that rejuvenates according to Ayurvedic texts. A Chyavanprash without sugar and honey would not have the same power.
The benefits of Chyawanprash
Your cholesterol level can be under control if you regularly consume chyawanprash.
It can normalize the menstrual cycle
In women, chyawanprash can help normalize the monthly cycle and reduce the risk of PMS. It can also relieve abdominal pain.
It improves sex life
Many people are not aware that chyawanprash can also help improve sex life to some extent by keeping the body healthy.
If you are suffering from depression, it is good to try chyawanprash. Although you won’t see quick results, you can cope to some extent after a few days.
blood pressure control
You can control your blood pressure with the help of chyawanprash.
It can prevent various types of infections and colds too.
You can get rid of toxins from your body. Your liver, intestines, and blood are purified if you consume chyawanprash on a daily basis.
Helps maintain weight
Your metabolism can be normalized. It can help to cope with your weight problems.
Helps in the proper functioning of the endocrine system
The functions of the endocrine system can be optimized with chyawanprash.
Helps in the proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract
Your digestive system will work well if you are used to consuming chyawanprash regularly.
If you have insufficient hemoglobin, try chyawanprash to improve your blood.
Good for breathing
You can prevent certain breathing problems by consuming chyawanprash. Prevention is much better than trying to cure a disease.
Good for immunity
Your immunity can be strengthened. Your resistance to various diseases will gradually increase.
You can fight stress with the help of chyawanprash. In today’s stressful life, it’s best to find a way out.
The ingredients in chyawanprash are good for nails and hair.
Side effects of Chyawanprash
Aside from the health benefits, there are some side effects of Chyawanprash that you should not ignore:
Some people complain of a burning or hot feeling in the stomach after taking this Ayurvedic tonic. In such a case, it is recommended to drink a glass of warm milk after consuming Chyawanprash.
Some people experience loose stools.
Diabetic patients should consume Chyawanprash under the supervision of a doctor, as it contains sugar.
It is best to avoid consuming Chyawanprash during the summer as it has the opposite impact during this time and should be consumed regularly during the winter.
Disponible à la vente au cabinet
Chyavanprash Maharishi (250g) CHF 25.-
Chyavanprash Nimi Ayurveda (BDiH), 500 g CHF 40.-
Ashwagandha Rasayana (BDiH), 500 g CHF 40.- (recommandé pour Vata aggravation en saison fraîche, apaiser le mental)