Dabur Chyawanprash for Immunity & Strength
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Chyavanaprasha provides excellent rejuvenation to mind and body. It Supports health immunity, Stimulates metabolism and helps improve the digestive function plus Supports healthy lungs and respiration
Chyavanaprasha, a 2,000 year-old recipe, is one of the oldest recorded SUPERFOOD formulas used in traditional Ayurveda. It has been safely and effectively used for years to help promote youthfulness of mind and body, physical vigor and emotional vitality.Himalaya Chyavanaprasha helps support proper immune system function and provides overall well-being. It rejuvenates and nourishes your body, provides energy and vitality, with better digestion and metabolism.
Dabur Chyawanprash - Daily ayurvedic herbal supplement for Immunity & Strength
Dabur Chyawanprash is a jam with herbs & spices.
*Price is for 2 packs of 1 kg each = total 2 Kgs
Category: Health & Beauty / Vitamins & supplements
Made in India
Storage: Store in cool and dry place
Dabur Chyavanprash 1 Kg
Dabur Chyawanprash has anti-oxidant properties and strengthens your body's
internal defense mechanism, the immune system, thereby protecting you from
everyday infections, cough, cold and stress etc. At a time when flu and
viruses are everywhere, your immunity system provides the best prevention from
these deadly diseases. Chyawanprash, a time-tested, age-old formulation has a
number of herbs like amla, known to be one of the best antioxidants, Giloy
(Guduchi) known to have immuno modulatory properties and has more than 40
other natural ingredients, to boost immunity. Dabur Chyawanprash, the health
giver derived from 2500-year-old ayurvedic formula. Totally chemical-free,
natural and safe. Powerful combination of herbs and plant extracts in a base
of amla fruit pulp. Refined by Dabur to provide traditional goodness with best
quality. Reinforces the immune system and helps fight disease. Trusted health
provider of a majority of Indian households. Dabur Chyawanprash has a tangy
sweet-sour taste and the consistency of jam. It can be taken directly or with
milk and as bread spread. In all cases, its therapeutic properties remain
stable and active. In winters, have a glass of warm milk after having
Chyawanprash. In summers, have a glass of cold milk after having Chyawanprash.
Vedic Juices Amla Juice Twin pack 2 x 500 ml
Indian Gooseberry is a fibrous fruits containing fibers and microfibers which are considered vital to the nutrition value that the fruit is known for. We believe in full plant nutrition and therefore believe that by simply taking the juice out of the fruit the product is void of many of the other essential components. As our aim is to deliver a juice to the end consumer that is as nutritiously similar to the actual fruit we intentionally add fiber from the fruit back into the juice. The majority of our competitors simply boil the powder and add that to water to make juice. Other companies extract the juice and then use the pulp to manufacture other products from the pulp as a cost reduction measure.
We try to provide as much of a whole nutrition in our juice as possible, and therefore the fiber consistency. The simple fact that ONE fruit of Amla (Indian Gooseberry) which is only 1 inch in diameter packs the same antiscorbutic value as two oranges and is the second richest natural source of anti-oxidant Vitamin C is reason enough to draw curiosity! Amla or
Indian Gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica/Emblica officinalis) is best recognized for its richness of Vitamin C. Another anti-oxidant found in gooseberry juice is superoxide dismutase. SOD (superoxide dismutase) is an important enzyme that many people are often deficient in. This enzyme is important in ridding the body of free radicals. Amla grows on a deciduous tree of the Phyllanthaceae family. Amla fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, smooth and hard on appearance, with six vertical stripes or furrows. Amla taste is best described as sour, bitter and astringent. According to Ayurveda, Amla is purported to deliver a cooling effect on the body. Not surprisingly Amla is a common main component of numerous Ayurvedic preparations such as Chyawanprash.