Chyawanprash has come into Ayurveda through the tradition of the Indian sages and named after Sage Chyawan who invented it 5000 years ago in Great Himalayas. Chyawanprash is an Ayurvedic medicine which increases life-span, sexual power and makes the respiratory and autoimmune system strong. Chyawanprash is the best herbal formulation & not just meant for sick people but is excellent for healthy people too.Divya Special Chayawanprash is an ayurvedic medicine witch increases life span, sexual power and makes the respiratory system strong. It helps in removing all kinds of diseases that may crop up in the body from various reasons and strengthens the lungs and heart. It makes the body fit and healthy by keeping coughs and cold at bay. It helps in increasing strength, vitality, intellect and power. It acts as an excellent anti – aging. It also boosts sexual power. It is not only for patients but also is an excellent rejuvenator for healthy persons. It is herbal remedy which removes physical and mental weakness caused by any reason. It also strengthens lungs and heart. It makes the body nourished and compact. It is also best known for premature ejaculation and strong erection in males.
* It is an excellent rejuvenator (tonic) for healthy persons.
* This herbal remedy removes physical & mental weakness caused by any reason, strengthens lungs as well as heart.
* After controlling cough, phlegm and bronchitis, it makes the body nourished & compact.
* After nourishing the seven dhatus of the body (tissue elements, viz.(1) rasa or chyle including lymph, (2) rakta or the haemoglobin fraction of the blood, (3) mamsa or muscle, tissue, (4) medas or fat tissue, (5) asthi or bone tissue, (6) majja. or bone marrow, and (7) shukra or the sperm in male & ovum in female) it promotes strength, virility, energy, lustre & intellect.
* Made with Patanjali Cow Ghee
* Contains less moisture approx 10% (as comapre to 19-20% of Market available products)
Dashmool, Khareti (Sida cordifolia), Mugdhparni (Phaseolus trilobus), Pippali (Piper longum), Mashparni (Teramnus labrialis), Kakra shrangi (Pistacia integerrima), Bhumi amala (Phyllanthus urinaria), Drakhsa (vitis vinifera), Jeevanti (Ledtadenia reticlotd), Agar (Aquillaria agallocha), Harar (Terminalia chebula), Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia), Riddhi (Hapenaria intertnedia), Vridhi (Hapenaria acuminata), Jeevak (Hapenaria acumindta), Rishabh (Malakis Muscifera), Kachoor (Curcuma zedoaria), Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotundus), Punarnava (Boerhavia diffuse), Meda (Polygonatum verticillatum), Mahameda (Polygonnatum cirrifolium), Laghu ela (Elettoria cardamomum), Nilotpal (Nympdea nouchali), Raktchandan (Pterocarpus santalinus), Vidarikand (PuerariQ tuberosa), Adoosa (Adhatoda varica), Kakoli (Roscoea alpina), Ksheer kakoli (lilium pohyphyllum), kaknasa, Amala pishthi