chyawanprash

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chyawanprash

Ayurvedic medicine
A “metabolic” tonic that contains a variety of herbs, which is used in ayurvedic medicine to promote health and prevent disease.
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A daily spoonful of Chyavanprash is a centuries-old ritual said to vitalize and nourish the body.
l Chyavanprash Herbal Tonic from the Joshi Clinic, pounds 4.
Himalaya USA today announced the introduction of enriched Chyavanprash with Honey as a compliment to its line of herbal healthcare products.
For centuries, families in India have enjoyed Chyavanprash as a tasty spread and a natural immune booster.
officinalis is a major constituent of Chyavanprash, an Ayurvedic polyherbal formulation used extensively in India for its health-promoting effects, which include the prevention of cardiac and respiratory ailments (Udupa and Singh, 1995).
The line is comprised of Amla, Arjuna, Ashwagandha, Bacopa, Bitter Melon, Boswellia, Garcinia, Garlic, Ginger, Guduchi, Gymnema, Neem and two traditional herbal formulas: Chyavanprash and Triphala.