An authentic Chyawanprash is the one that sticks to the recipe given by Chyavana Rishi. At Spand, we make it a point we stick to this recipe. Mentioned in the holy grail of Ayurveda, the ‘Charak Samhita’, Chyawanprash is a cooked mixture of sugar, honey, ghee, amla, sesame oil and various herbs and spices.
Traditional Ayurveda practitioners call Chyawanprash an “Ageless Wonder”. The formula of CP is time-tested and is still effective to mitigate the present world’s health concerns. In the context of CP, Charaka Samhita narrates: ‘It is the premier Rasayana, beneficial for allaying cough, asthma and other respiratory ailments; it nourishes the weak and degenerating tissues, promotes vigour, vitality and is anti-ageing’. As per ancient classics, regular intake of this tonic helps to attain intellect, memory, immunity, freedom from disease, endurance, improved functioning of the senses, great sexual strength and stamina, improved digestive processes, improvised skin-tone and glow, and restores/maintains the normal biofunctions of Vata (bodily humor regulating all movements, circulations and neuroconductive actions) [Sharma R.K., Charak S. Chikitsa Sathanam. Volume II. Motilal Banarasidas; Varanasi, India: 1954. p. 4., Kumar A., Rinwa P., Kaur P. Chyawanprash: A wonder Indian Rasayana from Ayurveda to Modern Age. Crit. Rev. Pharm. Sci. 2012;1:1–8.]
Amla, Honey, Sugar, Ghee, Sesame Oil
How to Use:-
Have a spoonful of Chyawanprash every morning and every night.