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But with the change of time many of the documented herbs, which are used for making of Chyawanprash are not available.
So many companies have adopted some new ways to fulfill the gaps and by using substitute herbs.
With the marketing strategies companies are coming with new ideas and presentations but original formulation is missing day by day.
Here we will discuss about the best available Chyawanprash in the market and we will find out the three best products for you.
"We are prima facie satisfied that an interim protection is necessary in the matter," it said.
The bench also issued notice to Patanjali Ayurved Ltd and sought their stand on the plea filed by Dabur India Ltd, which claims to be the largest manufacturer of ayurvedic medicine and natural consumer products.
Patanjali Chyawanprash 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.
Chyavanprash (Avaleha) is prepared from: Amalaki (Fresh fruit) 156 parts, Ghrta 12 parts, Madhu 6 parts, Iksu (Sarkara) 146 parts, Quath dravya: Dashmoola 10 parts, Astavarga (Pratinidhi) 8 parts, Agaru, Vasa, Bala (mool), Svetacandana, Ela, Guduci, Haritaki, Sati, Karkatasrngi, Draksa, Kamala, Jivanti, Masaparni, Mudgaparni, Musta, Pippali, Puskara, Raktapunarnava, Vidari, Kakanasika, Tamalaki 1 part each, Prakshepa dravya: Vamsa (Vanshlochan), Chaturjata 4 parts each, Pippali 2 parts, Lavanga 0.5 part.
You will get mango or chocolate flavored Chyawanprash also in the market.
So now it is a big question which one you should use.
Chyawanprash is the best herbal formulation & not just meant for sick people but is excellent for healthy people too.
Patanjali Chyawanprash It is an excellent rejuvenator (tonic) for healthy persons.
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Ingredients Paste of Amalaki, cow's ghee, Keshara, Brahmi, Shankha-pushpi, almond, Vamsha-locana, Ela, Tvak (cinnamon), Shatavari, seed of Kapi-kacchu, Pravala Pishti, etc.