Nectar from India – Chyawanprash

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Chyawanprash – the nectar of eternal youth
Chyawanprash is an ayurvedic herbal remedy, which has been in use for at least 3,500 years, and it is assumed that even a much longer.
It is a mixture of herbs, spices and Ayurvedic fruits, which are combined according to ancient recipes.

According to legend,t en thousand years ago two twin brothers Ashwini Kumars were made ​​this medicinal mixture to the wise man Chyawana Rishi, who in his old age married a young princess and was looking for an agent that would have rejuvenated him.

The earliest recipe for Chyawanprash is found in the ancient study of the Charaka Samhita in the 4th century BC.

The benefits of Chyawanprasha

Chyawanprash in Ayurveda is known as rasajana – for rejuvenation of the body.
They call it the “nectar of immortality” because it preserves health and keeps the body young, strong and vital. Its antioxidant properties neutralize free radicals, compounds that cause decay and cellular aging. It helps protect the body against many diseases and aging.


Strengthens the immune system due to the abundance of vitamin C and other medicinal ingredients. Improves digestion and absorption of nutrients, reduces acidity in the body and bloating and facilitating the elimination of waste. Regulates the function of the gastrointestinal tract, eliminates heartburn and chronic constipation, and also helps to correct body weight. Preventive action against airway disease – eases breathing, keeps the mucous membranes moist and expectorant.


Chyawanprash increases the fertility of both sexes and for women regulate menstruation and alleviates PMS. Supports the proper development of the fetus and increases the amount of milk during breastfeeding. In addition, thanks to its composition of more than 50 drug substances, chyawanprash greatly reduces the risk of tumor formation. Quarterly kurome Chyawanprasha can cleanse the blood of toxins and reduce high blood pressure. He raises the mood and brings tranquility and is useful in cases of depression and anxiety.

It is recommended for the elderly, especially those who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and senile dementia of the general.

Composition of Chyawanprasha
Chyawanprash contains over 50 medicinal ingredients – herbal extracts, ayurvedic fruit and natural minerals.

The main ingredient in Chyawanprasha is Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry or amalaki.
This fruit is one of the best sources of antioxidants in the world. In fact, amalaki juice contains 20 times more vitamin C than orange juice.

Among other ingredients of Chyawanprasha are:
blue lotus
cinnamon bark
pearl powder
long pepper (Piper longum)
sesame oil
Tiger Claw plant (lat. – Erythrina variegata)
wild green chickpeas.
Dosage and administration

Eat it alone or mix it with warm milk or water.
The recommended daily dose for an adult is 1-2 teaspoons twice a day, and for children older than 4 years – from 1/4 to 1 teaspoon twice a day. Elderly people should take 1/3 teaspoons Chyawanprasha 3 times a day. The ideal length of cures with Chyawanprashem is 3 months. Kura is done once a year, while the elderly recommended two therapies in one year.

Take Chyawanprah 15 – 20 minutes before meals with water, green tea or milk.

Not recommended taking Chyawanprasha for persone with very pronounced sugar diabetes, acute and chronic nephritis (kidney inflammation) and allergies to honey.


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