Chyawanprash is one of the few foods supplements I recommend everyone try and continue to use long term and mainly because:
It is best known in Ayurveda for its Rasayana effect.
Rasayana is the rejuvenation practices of Ayurveda. This jam is considered to be a powerful formula that is rejuvenating to all the seven tissues of the body and also balancing for all doshas/body types. It is serious stuff.
The main ingredient of Chyawanprash is the Indian gooseberry fruit, Amalaki, a small fruit with enormous amounts ofVitamin C. Vitamin C is a super antioxidant and has so much more to help the body. (def; Antioxidant: nutrients and enzymes that fight the oxidation and free radicals that cause disease process in everyones body.)
This jam is made of 47 selected fruits including Amalaki plus many herbs and spices. Packed full in natural vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Chyawanprash nourishes, detoxifies, harmonises and revitalises the body and strengthens the immune system. It also helps to rebalance our taste buds, by its innate properties that include the Ayurvedic 6 tastes, a serious way to look after your dietary needs.
It can be taken during the time of day that you are inclined to want a ‘pick-me-up’ sugar kick. The warming nature of this ‘jam’ helps with excess tissue reduction, and encourages our taste to alter towards healthy choices.
1-2 tsps a day before 5pm.
MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF NUTS
The contraindications for Chyawanprash are pregnancy and diarrhea.
To purchase a jar of Chyawanprash in Thurles, Cork or Bandon, contact Kelly Marie Mills 086 1778369.
Each jar is €21 and slightly spicey, the sweetness of jaggery, and a tinge of Christmas suprise, and definately deliciously delightful.
Kelly Marie Mills