In the modern era, due to the huge demand for this formulation, its large scale preparation in the pharmaceutical industry is done by using machines such as the Pulp extraction machine and Mawa frying machine. In Ayurveda text i.e. in the traditional method, this preparative procedure utilizes manpower. There is a difference in applied force as well as the frequency of friction between Chyawanprash prepared by the pharmacy method and the traditional method making the traditional preparation method more superior to the pharmacy method. The traditional method uses comparatively lesser sugar, more utilization of all the 54 ingredients in the proper ratio, unlike large scale productions that do not include all these in the preparation to reduce the cost of the product. We also include a very unique method of incorporating the Amla juice making it more efficient when compared to other variables available in the market.
Ayurvedic Chawanprash (Sugar-Free)
Touted for its immense health benefits, Chyawanprash is a powerful herbal remedy that literally lives up to its fame and is an absolute answer to almost all health anomalies. Since ancient times, this formulation has been used by ayurvedic healers to bolster overall immunity and enhance the longevity of a person. Our Ayurvedic chamanprash is made with the traditional method and a very unique method of incorporating the Amla juice, our proprietary chawanprash uses 54 ingredients. We also use jaggery instead of sugar and a much lower quantity of it than mass-produced chawanprash.
Diseases It Helps Cure
- Immunity booster
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Amla (Embillica Officinalis), Ghee, Sesame Oil (Til tail), Jaggery, Honey (Shahad)Decoction - Vasa: Adathoda vasica, Bilwa: Aegle marmalos, Agaru: Aquilaria agallocha, Punarnava (Spreading hogweed or Common Hogweed) – Boerhaavia diffusa, Karchoor – Curcuma, Zedoaria, Mustak (Nagarmotha or nut grass) – Cyperus rotundus, Shalaparni -Desmodium gangeticum, Ela Kshir Kakoli – Fritillaria Roylei ,Gambhari (Gmelina) – Gmelina arborea ,Riddhi – Habenaria intermedia ,Shati (Spiked Ginger Lily) – Hedychium spicatum, Pushkarmool (Elicampane) – Inula Racemosa, Vidari (Alligator Yam, Milky Yam or Giant Potato) – Ipomoea Digitata, Jeevanti (Jiwanti) – Leptadenia Reticulata, Kakoli (White Himalayan lily) – Lilium Polyphyllum, Meda – Litsea Glutinosa, Kakanasika (Maritima annua or Martynia diandra), Jeevaka – Microstylis muscifera, Vrishabhaka – Microstylis wallichii, Kamal Gatta (Lotus Beads) Nelumbium speciosum, Utpala (Blue Star Water Lily) Nymphaea Stellata, Shyonaka (Broken bones plant) Oroxylum indicum, Mudgaparni – Phaseolus Trilobus, Bhumi Amla – Phyllanthus Urinaria, Pippali (Long pepper) – Piper longum, Karkatakashringi (Crab’s claw) – Pistacia integerrima, Maha medha (Tendril Leaf Solomon’s Seal) – Polygonatum cirrhifolium, Agnimantha (Premna) – Premna corymbosa, Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood) – Pterocarpus santalinus, Vidarikand – Pueraria Tuberosa, Chandan (White Sandalwood) – Santalum album, Bala (Country Mallow) – Sida cordifolia, Brihati – Solanum indicum, Kantakari (Thorny Nightshade) – Solanum Surattense, Patala (Rose Flower Fragrant) – Stereospermum suaveolens, Mashaparni (Vogel Tephrosis or Blue wiss) – Teramnus labialis, Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) – Terminalia chebula, Giloy, Gokshura (small caltrops) – Tribulus terrestris, Prishnaparni (Indian Uraria) – Uraria picta, Mudgaparni (Wild Gram) – Vigna trilobata Draksha (Dry Grapes) – Vitis vinifera. Adjuvants: Vamshalochana (Bamboo manna), Pippali (Long pepper) – Piper longum, Dalchini: Cinnamom Zeylanicum, Ela, Tejpata (Cinnamomum Tamala), Mesua ferrea: Nagkeasr
Have one spoon at night one hour after dinner or with a glass of warm milk (A2 milk recommended)