Chyavanprash - the most affordable anti-aging agent. Long before the advent of nutritional supplements with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants used in Ayurveda. Chyawanprash - a means of anti-aging. It is a mixture of plants and minerals, designed to make up for the lost vital energy (Ojas) and restore the normal functioning of the body. For centuries Chyavanprash used not only to preserve youth and health, but also as a powerful adaptogen - a tool to help the body adapt to adverse effects.
His name shall Chyavanprash legend. He lived in the woods, and ascetic sage Rishi Chavan. His body was smeared with clay subsidiaries and herbs, and from that, his eyes shone like jewels. One day the king and rummage his young daughter went to the forest to hunt. Stumbling on Chavan, the princess was confused extravagant views of the Rishi and hit him with a stick. Sage flew into a rage, and to calm him down, the king had to give him a daughter. Having experienced the bliss of marriage, Chavan has decided that from now on will continue to worldly life. Ashwini Kumar, a famous physician, in order to smooth out the significant age difference between the spouses, registered Rishi anti-aging treatment: a ritual bath in the river and the use of a special mixture of plants. It is this set of herbs and minerals later called Chyavanprash.
According Chyavanprash texture similar to jam. It contains about forty species of herbs and minerals, as well as ghee, sesame oil, honey, pepper, cinnamon, sandalwood, saffron. The dominant ingredient of the agent - the fruits amly. It is also known as amalaki or Indian gooseberry - citrus tree-survivor with a very sour fruit. Amla - one of the most effective anti-aging agents in Ayurveda. Ripe amly the size of a golf ball contains about 3000 mg of vitamin C - a powerful antioxidant. The sweet taste of the drug is important. In Ayurveda, to herbal mixtures often add honey and sugar, so they served as anupan - conductor trace elements to the tissues.
Chyavanprash suitable for people of any age. It reduces Vata and Kapha increases with Pitt. Chyavanprash useful for physical weakness caused by weight loss, respiratory diseases (such as chronic bronchitis or asthma) and metabolic disorders due to a lack of natural vitamins and minerals. It helps with age-related changes - the weakening of immunity, anemia, memory impairment. The recommended dose - one teaspoon twice a day. If you bought Chyavanprash powder, stir five grams in a cup of warm water.Many sources say that Chyavanprash no specific contraindications. However, since it increases the Pitta dosha, be careful if you have an aggressive imbalance Pitta (it may manifest as diarrhea or stomach ulcers). And do not forget to consult a specialist.