Our Chyavanprash is based on a traditional Ayurvedic herbal jam recipe made in a base of amalaki fruit, a natural source of antioxidants. This excellent rejuvenative nourishes and strengthens the body, providing energy and vitality.
Chyavanprash is an excellent method for daily herbal consumption due to its unique constituents of cane sugar, ghee, and honey. Proven effective over a thousand years of use, these nourishing tastes play the important role of "carriers" that allow the herbs to penetrate deep into the tissues. In a small daily dose (1 or 2 teaspoons), this healthy jam makes for a tasty and very healthful treat.
This tridoshic formula stimulates metabolism and enkindles the digestive fire without aggravating pitta. It balances vata and kapha while strengthening the body against the effects of a stressful lifestyle. The energizing herbs bolster the immune system and help maintain health and well-being throughout the year.*
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1–2 teaspoons, once or twice daily, or as directed by your health practitioner.
This jam tastes delicious on its own, mixed into a cup of warm milk (dairy or nut) or water, or spread on toast.
Not to be used during pregnancy.
Cane sugar+, Honey+, Ghee (clarified butter)+, Amla fruit (Amalaki)+, Cardamom seed+, Ashwagandha root+, Long Pepper fruit (Pippali)+, Malabar Nut Tree leaf (Vasaka)+, Chebulic Myrobalan fruit (Haritaki)+, Boerhavia root (Punarnava)+, Yellow-fruit Nightshade herb (Kantakari) +, Tribulus fruit (Gokshura)+, Finger-leaf Morning Glory root (Vidari Kanda)+, Indian Tinospora stem (Guduchi)+, Kaempferia galanga root+, Shatavari root+, Cyperus root (Musta) +, Bael Tree fruit (Bilva)+.
Our chyavanprash is based on traditional formulas and has been adjusted to include herbs that are organic, sustainably sourced, and fairly traded.
The raw sugar and honey act as a medium for the herbs, carrying them deeper into the to the parts of the body where they are needed.
Chyavanprash is made with jaggery, which is a whole, unrefined, raw sugar derived from cane juice. We call it “cane sugar” because it is a more familiar name.
No, chyavanprash does not need to be refrigerated, but it is important to keep it out of direct sunlight.