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Rejuvenating Ayurvedic herbal jam traditionally used to support a healthy immune system*
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Our Chyavanprash is a tasty superfood herbal jam that is based on the traditional Ayurvedic recipe. Using amla fruit as a base, this jam is deeply rejuvenating to the body's tissues, supports energy and vitality, and bolsters healthy immune function.*
California Customers: WARNING
Take 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 or water, or spread on toast.
Not to be used during pregnancy. If you are nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition, please consult with your health practitioner prior to use.
Jaggery (cane sugar)+, Honey+, Ghee (milk)+, 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)+.
This item is suitable for vegetarians.
Our chyavanprash is based on traditional formulas and has been adjusted to include herbs that are organic, sustainably sourced, and fairly traded.
1. What is the purpose of the raw sugar and the honey?
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.
2. What type of sugar is used?
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.
3. Do I need to refrigerate my chyavanprash?
No, chyavanprash does not need to be refrigerated, but it is important to keep it out of direct sunlight.
Environmentally responsible practices support the long term well-being of the plants and ecosystems we source from.
Organic herbs are grown with the use of renewable resources, contributing to both individual and planetary health.
Equitable supply chains ensure the social and economic well-being of our small farmers, producers, and suppliers.