amrit kalash

amrit kalash (m·rit kä·lsh),

n in Ayurveda, a food supplement and rasayana based on an ancient recipe that comprises over 24 fruits and herbs. The formula used within Maharishi Ayurveda, Maharishi amrit kalash, consists of a fruit and herb paste called
nectar and herbal tablets called
ambrosia. Also called
amrit or
chywanprash. See also rasayana.
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Inspector General of Police, Kota, Amrit Kalash, said the three were travelling in a bus and were nabbed at a checkpoint with three bags full of arms.
The herbal concoction known as maharishi amrit kalash, derived from ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of medicine, showed significant benefit in preventing chemotherapy-induced anorexia and vomiting as well as in preservation of functional status, according to Dr.
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