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The first documented recipe of chyawanprash appears in Charak Samhita – the book written by the famous Ayurvedacharya Charak. It is described as “the foremost of all rasayanas, especially good for alleviating cough and asthma; it nourishes the weak, the wounded, the old, and those that are of tender years as well".
Chyawanprash combines the goodness of a variety of herbs and ingredients, including amla, elaichi, ashwagandha, shatavari, brahmi, tulsi, bel, kesar, and gokhru. It fortifies the immune system of the body by building ojas and provides strength, vitality, and vigor. Here are some of the other benefits of chyawanprash.
Fights cough and cold
Helps with a variety of lung-related infections
Rejuvenates people who’re old and infirm
Improves intelligence, boosts concentration, and enhances memory function
It makes the skin soft, supple, and lustrous
Keeps the complexion healthy and glowing
Increases stamina and strength
Useful in heart-related problems
Makes men more virile and increases their sexual stamina
Stokes the digestive fire (jatharagini) and gives you a healthy appetite
Keeps the digestive system healthy and promotes easy bowel movement
Have 1-2 teaspoons of chyawanprash with lukewarm milk once or twice a day. Ayurveda considers milk to be a vehicle (an anupana) that helps carry the qualities of chyawanprash deep into the tissues of the body
For children, limit the dosage of chyawanprash to half a teaspoon twice a day. However, do not give them chyawanprash until they turn three years old.
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