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Chyawanprash is an ancient Indian formulation prepared according to a traditional Ayurvedic recipe. Regarded by many experts as an essential health supplement, it has been around for centuries. The name â€˜Chyawanprashâ€™ originates from the legend of Chyawana Rishi, who was a forest sage. He made this special herbal mix to rejuvenate and restore his youth and improve his vitality and strength. Jiva Chyawanprash is prepared keeping in mind its traditional formulation. The main component (ghatak) of this Ayurvedic Chyawanprash is Amla.
To prepare Jiva Chyawanprash, fresh seasonal amlas are being used to prepare amla pishti, which is then mixed with the decoction of more than 40+ herbs and spices to offer you its optimum health benefits. Stored or frozen amla pishti is not being used in the process. Since Jiva Chyawanprash is made through a natural process and fresh amla pulp is being used in the making, its consistency changes and liquefies with time. It works as a shield to protect the body from various seasonal as well as chronic illnesses. It rejuvenates the body, nourishes brain cells, improves muscle power and memory and provides vitality and strength, creating the perfect balance between the mind and body. It is ideal for people of all age groups.
Weak immunity, general debility, fatigue, weakness, cold, cough, fever, allergies, respiratory tract disorders and poor memory.
Jiva Chyawanprash contains Ayurvedic herbs like Amalaki, Gamhar, Bael and Patala that help treat fever and allergies including cold, sneezing, coughing and respiratory problems. This traditional formulation rejuvenates the body and imparts youthful energy and stamina to keep you going through the day. The natural ingredients stimulate healthy organ function, help the body stay active, stress-free and fatigue-free.
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Made In India
Key Ingredients :-
Solanum surratense, Solanum indicum, Tribulus terrestris, Aegle marmelos, Premna mucronata, Emblica officianlis, Withania somnifera, Stereospermum suaveolens, Gmelina arborea, Ailanthus excelsa, Desmodium gangeticum, Uraria picta, Piper longum, Pistacia integerrima, Tinospora cordifolia, Raisin, Terminalia chebula, Sida cordifoli
Take one tablespoon twice a day to enjoy the optimum health benefits of Jiva Chyawanprash.
my chawanprash contain some hard things inside when i take spoon into it.i dont no what was that.its colour is black