The antioxidant properties of Dabur Chyawanprash neutralise free radicals that cause cell decay and aging. This promotes the body's natural immunity and delays the process of aging. In the 1940's Dabur adopted the original Ayurvedic formula and created the largest selling branded Chyawanprash in India. Dabur's research team added some more herbs known for their health benefits, and refined the processing to maintain quality standards. To achieve the strictest quality benchmarks, each batch of Dabur Chyawanprash is tested for consistency, colour, texture and nutritional value. Complete mechanisation and scientific processing avoids the possibility of contamination.
Benefits of Dabur Chyawanprash
- Powerful anti-oxidant
- Strengthens body's internal defense mechanism
- Builds immunity
- Protection against oxidative injury due to smoking
Main Ingredients in Dabur Chyawanprash
Amla :- Amla Fruit is rich in Vitamin C and Pectin. Tannins present in it retard the oxidation of Vitamin C. Pectin is known to decrease serum cholesterol in human beings. It inhibits platelets aggregation and lowers cholesterol levels. It is a tonic, has a haematinic and lipalytic function useful in Scurvy and Jaundice, prevents indigestion and controls acidity. It is also anti-ageing. It is one of the supplements used in hyperacidity and liver disorders. It stops premature graying or hair-loss, encourages nail and hair growth, improves eye-sight, cleanses the mouth, and nourishes the teeth, bones. Cleanses the intestine and promotes normal blood sugar levels.
Ashwagandha :- modulates body functionality so as to control stress and regulate immunity.
Pippali :- supports lung functions.
Kesar :- energises the body and promotes skin health.
Guduchi :- gives strength both physically and mentally. It also has astringent properties which rejuvenates the immune system.
Karkatsringi :- beneficial for respiratory health
Shatavari :- helps to promote general health and increases stamina
Bala/ Vidarikand :- helps to fight general weakness and gives strength and stamina.
Directions for taking Dabur Chyawanprash
Dabur Chyawanprash has a tangy sweet-sour taste and the consistency of jam. It can be taken directly or in milk and as a bread spread. In all cases its therapeutic properties have proven to remain stable and active. 1-2 teaspoonfuls a day.
Precaution: Diabetics should take the product with caution as it contains sugar.
This Product Contains Preservatives.
The principle of Dabur Chyawanprash
Ayurveda looks beyond individual symptoms into the total human system...the sharir (body), manas (mind) and atma (soul).
Ayurveda recognizes three basic forces or elements that control that control all physical and mental processed. Vita controls moments within the body. Pitta controls digestion and all biochemical processes. Kapha controls the tissue fluids, cell growth and firmness of the body. Imbalance of three forces causes illness. Ayurveda prevents imbalance or restores balance.
Ayurveda sees the totality of a human being as a dynamic balance of myriad related, often contradictory, elements in motion. Looks for clues not only in the body, but in behaviour patterns, moods and thoughts. It seeks to allay symptoms by correcting the total balance, not attacking individual symptoms.
History Of Chyawanprash
According to the Mahabharata the classic hindu epic, Chyawan was one of the eight sons of Bhrigu and Puloma. He was physically weak due to his premature birth. Maharashi Chyawan married King Sharyati’s daughter Sukanya at an old age. Sometime after the marriage, the twins Ashvini Kumaras came to the hermitage of saint Chyawan and offered him a medicine after the use of which the saint regained his youth. That drug was named as ‘Chyawanprash’ after the name of Chyawan.
Research on Chyawanprash
Chyawanprash has been subjected to various clinical tests and research which are available online.
Nine healthy volunteers aged between 60 and 70 years were treated to Chyawanprash every morning and evening. They were tested before, after and between monthly intervals. Across the group, increases in hemoglobin, weight, breath-holding time, lung capacity, improvement in protein and nitrogen metabolism, reduced ESR, pulse and respiratory rates were noted.
Based on ‘Psycological, endocrine and metabolic studies on the effect of rasayana therapy in aged persons’. By MD Verma, RH Singh, KN Udapa. Banaras Hindu University, 1972.
‘Clinical study of Chyawanprash as an adjunct in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis’. By JK Ojha, MN Khanna, HS Bajpai, PV Sharma and TN Sharma. Banaras Hindu University, 1976.
‘Double Blind Controlled Clinical Trail of Chyawanprash and Ashwagadha (W Somnifera): A Pilot Study’. By RH Singh and PB Behre. Banaras Hindu University, 1991.
Chyawanprash from Dabur
Dabur's main asset is its knowledge base and the backup of research initiatives through modern science. Dabur deals mainly with traditional Ayurvedic producst and take care to conduct rigorous trials and authentication of processes so that consumers get the best.
Dabur Research Foundation (DRF), set up in 1979 as an independent research organisation, spearheads the R&D activity of the Company.
DRF is well equipped with the most modern research facilities and more than 125 highly qualified scientists from diverse fields like Ayurvedic doctors, chemists and phytochemists, botanists, agronomists, clinical pharmacologists, microbiologists, food technologists, bio-technologists, oil technologists, oncologists, and so on. Dabur has been involved in developing products for consumer applications as well as highly specialised areas of genomics, proteomics and bio-informatics.
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