For over 4,000 years, Chayawanprash is the most trusted armour against diseases and source of vigour, and vitality. Named after Maharshi Chyawan , Chyawanprash helps maintain youthfulness by renewing tissues and counterattacking degeneration
Chyawanprash Awaleha, an Ayurvedic rasayan formulation, has been relished in India as a health food continuously with the same vigor and enthusiasm for the past 4,000 years. Chyawanprash is a complex mixture of more than 40 ingredients, with Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica or Indian gooseberry) that forms the base and it is considered as a single entity in Ayurveda. The other ingredients in this traditional recipe include honey, sugarcane concentrate, ghee, ashwagandha, shatavari, bala, black pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, saffron, etc. All these ingredients make Chyawanprash a rich source of phyto-nutrients and antioxidants. Many aspects of this formulation have been studied to corroborate its therapeutic use as described in ancient texts and traditions.
In clinical trials, it improved memory and produced significant weight gain. Above all, Chyawanprash is well-recognized for alleviating geriatric complaints. For centuries, it has been used to promote youth, vigor and vitality. It helps maintain youthfulness by renewing tissues and counterattacking degeneration. Various studies have been reported to substantially reduce the risk of genetic injury caused by exposure to benzene, halogenated ethers and coal-tar.