Indian Elixir – Chyawanprash

Chyawanprash is a natural jam that has been used by Ayurveda for thousands of years with a wide range of health benefits. Chyawanprash pacifies Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas, ​​has a rejuvenating effect on all tissues in the body. This Ayurvedic elixir is believed to promote beauty, intelligence and good memory. It has a general strengthening effect on the digestive, excretory, respiratory, genitourinary and reproductive systems. The main property of Chyawanprash is to strengthen the immune system and support the body’s natural ability to produce hemoglobin and white blood cells. Amalaki (the main component of Chyawanprash) is aimed at the elimination of Ama (toxins) and the improvement of the blood, liver, spleen and respiratory system. Thus, it stimulates the protective function of the body. Chyawanprash is especially useful for the lungs, as it nourishes the mucous membranes and clears the airways. Hindus often consume Chyawanprash during the winter months as a tonic. Chyawanprash contains 5-6 flavors, excluding salty. An effective carminative, it promotes healthy gas movement in the digestive system, allows you to maintain regular stools, as well as healthy blood glucose and cholesterol levels (if they are within normal limits). In general, jam has both a stimulating and tonic effect on the gastrointestinal tract, supporting the proper functioning of the metabolism. According to legend, Chyawanprash was originally created to restore the male power of an elderly sage so that he could satisfy his young bride. In this case, Chyawanprash nourishes and restores reproductive tissues, prevents the loss of vital energy during sexual activity. Overall, Chyawanprash supports fertility, healthy libido, and overall sexual vigor in both men and women. Chyawanprash can be taken on its own or with milk or water. It can be spread on bread, toast or crackers. Taking jam with milk (including vegetable origin, for example, almond), Chyawanprash has an even deeper tonic effect. The usual dose is 1-2 teaspoons, once or twice a day. Reception is recommended in the morning, in some cases in the morning and in the evening. As prescribed by an Ayurvedic doctor, Chyawanprash can be taken for a long time. For prophylactic purposes, it is best to take it during the winter months.

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