Chyavanaprasam – Immunity Booster in Ayurveda
Chyavanprash has been used in the timeless science of Ayurveda for hundreds of years as this tasty nutritive jam provides a variety of health advantages. It’s prized for its nourishing and revitalizing effects, as well as its ability to enhance and improve general health.
Chayavanprasham is the kid’s favorite because of its sweet flavor and texture.! But the truth is that it’s beneficial to the elderly as well and there are no age limitations for this health formula. Hence,
With the goodness of Amla, Pippali, and Draksha, Sitaram brings to you our sterling Chyavanaprasha that will totally be worth a spoonful.!
- Power-ups the immune system.
- Improves memory and concentration.
- Efficiently detox the body.
- Fight signs of premature aging.
- Restores vitality and vigor.
- Effective remedy for bladder incontinence, muscle weakness, and wasting.
- Works against recurrent cough, cold & sinusitis.
When we were kids, didn’t most of us go through the cycle of taking this brownish-black semisolid once a day? We were taught that it aids in the development of wisdom and that it activates the brain cells, making us intelligent. But we had no idea back then about the incredible benefits of what was inside our Chyavanaprasha. And, as we grew older, the habit may have gone as well. But, be assured, there is no age limit for consuming this energy booster and mind calmer.
And if you’re still perplexed, consider this…!! Sitaram will help you dig right into the details.
Chyavanprash is a delicious semi-solid preparation known for its reviving and revitalizing qualities. It nourishes the body in a wholesome manner by containing Amla (Indian gooseberry) as its main ingredient, along with other select drugs with anti-inflammatory, digestive, and appetite-inducing properties, in a satiating base of milk, ghee, sesame oil, and candy sugar. In people with a good digestive system, it can even be used as a meal replacement.
The confection is a powerful immune booster when taken in therapeutic doses, and it’s used to treat convalescing patients, chronic cough and cold, allergies, and debilitating inflammatory disorders. Long-term use reduces greys and wrinkles due to the high antioxidant content.
THE KERNEL OF HERBS
Amla – Indian Gooseberry (Embilica officinalis)
Amalaki is known as the “mother of all herbs” due to its exceptional medicinal properties. Amla is a well-known Tridosha pacifying herb that restores balance to all three body humours Vata-Pitta-Kapha. It supports healthy circulatory and respiratory activities while also nourishing the body’s digestive reactions. It encourages healthy bio-fire and assists the body’s active evacuation and detoxification. Amla, with its high Vitamin-C content, boosts the immune system more than anything else. It’s also a well-known rejuvenator that promotes youth.
So, with this ayurvedic magic, you can be healthy and beautiful inside-out.
Agnimantha – Sage Glory Bower (Premna integrifolia)
Is it true that you have a severe cold? Or perhaps you’re just getting over a viral fever. Are you concerned about your iron or sugar levels? Regardless of which of the aforementioned you choose… Agnimantha has it covered for you.
It is an amazing Vata-Kapha shamak. The herb extracts are a well-known hypoglycemic drug that can help patients with diabetes. If it’s about anemia, the powerful herb corrects the iron deficiency and restores blood hemoglobin levels. It boosts effective immune responses while also encouraging active digestive functions in the body.
So, what else could be the pros we are waiting for more!?
Gokshura- Land Caltrops (Tribulus terrestris).
Gokshura is your go-to tonic if your menstrual cycle and your hormone levels are going a bit off. Saponins in the plant are hydrolyzed to produce sapogenins such as diosgenin, gitogenin, chlorogenin, ruscogenin, and other substances that support a healthy reproductive cycle and help men with poor libido and erectile dysfunction. Gokshura is anti-inflammatory and they support kidney functions enabling smooth urine outflow. So that makes Gokhru a shouldn’t be missed option in your medical chart.!
Bala – Country Mallow (Sida cordifolia).
‘Bala’ means strength and this ayurvedic herb sticks to the word by strengthening our body systems.
It is a health tonic with revitalizing, anti-inflammatory, libido-enhancing, and fat-burning effects attributed to its ephedrine, phytosterol, and potassium nitrate content, and is known to balance all the doshas (bodily humours that makeup one’s constitution). Bala essential oils have revitalizing effects that help with nervine issues and mental ailments. It is also anti-inflammatory, which helps to relieve joint and muscular pain.
Haritaki – Chebulic myrobalan (Terminalia chebula)
The main ingredients that provide the herb its medicinal properties are chebulagic, chebulinic acid, and corilagin.
Yes.!! You should not underestimate this one because of its gentleness; it has far more potential than we realize.
The plant’s antioxidant components, phloroglucinol and pyrogallol served protective and regenerative functions as well as help with flatulence, dysentery, diarrhoea, and constipation. The plant helps to alleviate respiratory problems like cough and bronchial asthma too.
Pippali – Indian Long Pepper (Piper longum)
One among the popular Trikatus in Ayurveda.
The one we use to spice up our culinary skills.! Not just that, there is more to its excellence.
The main alkaloid present in Indian Long Pepper is piperine. Piperine is antipyretic, hypotensive, and a stimulant of the central nervous system. Have you ever thought of that.? No right.! Indian Long Pepper is useful for treating insomnia because it is an antihypertensive and sedative. The herb aids in the treatment of respiratory ailments such as the common cold, bronchitis, and asthma. It’s also a powerful digestive aid that supports the treatment of gastrointestinal issues including indigestion. Isn’t it amazing.?! So we brought it alongside our herbal collection for Sitaram’s Chyavanaprash.
Draksha – Black grapes (Vitis vinifera)
Probably one thing we are often fed with in times of low blood levels. Sometimes as the freshly washed form, sometimes along with the pomegranate or at times blended with our shakes, we tried several ways to get this one into our system.! So here’s another option. Try Sitaram’s Chyawanprash.!
Draksha contains antioxidants, which minimise the damage produced by free radicals. So less damage and it thus slows down the ageing process. Migraines, heart blocks, inflammations and cholesterol levels are brought under its firm hold by the active presence of nitric oxide and wonderful Antioxidants in grapes. If it’s constipation and indigestion you are worried about, worry no more when you got Draksha.! It’s an overall lifesaver.!
Shatavari – Asparagus (Asparagus racemosus)
Shatavari means “woman who has a hundred husbands” in Sanskrit, emphasising its ability to support fertility and vigour. It serves as a galactagogue, promoting breastfeeding in nursing women by regulating hormone secretion and acting as a galactagogue. Its dried root is high in sugar, mucilage, and minerals, all of which help to treat gastritis, hyperacidity, and stomach ulcers.
The plant aids digestion and reduces the symptoms of ulcers and other inflammatory stomach conditions. Asparagus can help women whose hormone levels fluctuate due to menstruation or menopause, regain hormonal equilibrium. It boosts fertility and keeps the menstrual cycle in check. It’s a natural diuretic that helps you get rid of excess water.
Ashwagandha – Winter Cherry (Withania somnifera)
Ashwagandha means ‘The smell and strength of a horse’. Winter Cherry is a nervine tonic, anti-oxidant, and also an anti-inflammatory herb. It has long been utilised in Ayurveda to strengthen the immune system and to improve overall health. When we talk about general well-being, we’re talking about getting healed from the cellular level forward. Winter Cherry is a unique plant with antistress and adaptogenic characteristics that helps with daily stress management as well as physical and mental health. It’s an antioxidant that scavenges free radicals in cells, which causes premature ageing.
Hence…No damage, No stress and No worries of being green around the gills with Ashwagandha goodness.!!
Other major ingredients include:
- Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
- Vasa (Adhatoda vasica)
- Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa)
- Pushkaramula (Inula racemosa)
- Agaru (Aquilaria agallocha)
- Bhoomi amalaki (Phyllanthus niruri)
- Vidari (Ipomea mauritiana)
- Jeevanthi (Holostemma ada-kodein)
- Mustha (Cyperus rotundus)
- Gambhari (Gmelina arborea)
- Prishniparni (Desmodium gangeticum)
- Salaparni (Pseudarthria viscida)
- Brhati (Solanum xanthocarpum)
- Kantakari (Solanum Anguivi)
- Vilwa (Aegle marmelos)
- Tugaksheeri (Maranta arundinacea)
- Cinnamon, Cardamom, Tejpat or Indian Bay leaf and Nagkesar impart the aroma and further therapeutic assistance.
- Adults: 10-15 gms (1 tbsp) before bedtime
- The children: (6-12 yrs) 5-7 gms or 1 tsp before bed
- (12-18 years old) 8-10 gms or 3/4 tbsp before bed
- For optimal benefits, drink 1/2 – 1 glass of lukewarm milk afterwards.
No matter how old you are, all ages will enjoy Sitaram’s Chyavanaprasha.
Our chyawanprash is the traditional formula influenced by the potential and responsibly sourced herbs for a healthier nutritional foundation. If you’re seeking a natural way to improve your overall health, this is the supplement for you. And now it’s up to you to make the decision…!!!!!
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