USP :1. Mpil Chyawanprash boosts the ability to fight illnesses and bacterias.
2. Mpil Chyawanprash is a Ministry of Ayush approved product ( Ayush certificate in product images )
3. 2 spoons of Mpil Chyawanprash daily helps to keep your child protected.
4. Mpil Chyawanprash is a daily dose for your family to build Strength & Stamina
5. It fights illness* with the power of double immunity - (*Illness refers to common day to day infections and allergies)
6. The use of Chyawanprash is recommended by the Ministry of Ayush, and Mpil Chyawanprash is certified with the Ministry of Ayush approval.
7. The additional benefit you get with Mpil Chyawanprash is the presence of only 50% naturally derived sugar content, which is very less as compared to other brands in the market.
Chyawanprash is an Ayurvedic health supplement which is made up of a super-concentrated blend of nutrient-rich herbs and minerals. It is meant to restore drained reserves of life force (ojas) and to preserve strength, stamina, and vitality while stalling the course of aging. Chyawanprash is formulated by processing around 50 medicinal herbs and their extracts, including the prime ingredient, Amla (Indian gooseberry), which is the world’s richest source of vitamin C. Chyawanprash preparation involves preparing a decoction of herbs, followed by dried extract preparation, subsequent mixture with honey, and addition of aromatic herb powders (namely clove, cardamom, and cinnamon) as standard. Chyawanprash is a combination of time-tested and proven herbs that keep a person mentally & physically fit. It rejuvenates all tissues in the body, Promotes muscle mass, and improves the reproductive system and supports optimal urinary health.
Note:1. Sugar content varies at 35% - 55% in the Chyawanprash and sesame oil is added to provide the texture and aroma, according to classical text Charaka Samhita, sesame oil is a main ingredient of Chyawanprash.
2. Honey is also added when Chyawanprash is cooled down.
- 2 tsp in a day, after meals. (Breakfast / Dinner)
|Vasaka – Adhatoda Vasica||58.8 mg|
|Bilwa (Bael) – Aegle marmelos||58.8 mg|
|Agaru (Agarwood) – Aquilaria agallocha||58.8 mg|
|Punarnava (Spreading hogweed or Common Hogweed) – Boerhaavia diffusa||58.8 mg|
|Karchoor – Curcuma Zedoaria||58.8 mg|
|Mustak (Nagarmotha or nut grass) – Cyperus rotundus||58.8 mg|
|Shalaparni – Desmodium gangeticum||58.8 mg|
|Elachi (Green cardamom) – Elettaria cardamomum||58.8 mg|
|Kshir Kakoli – Fritillaria Roylei||58.8 mg|
|Gambhari (Gmelina) – Gmelina arborea||58.8 mg|
|Riddhi – Habenaria intermedia||117.6 mg|
|Shati (Spiked Ginger Lily) – Hedychium spicatum||58.8 mg|
|Pushkarmool (Elicampane) – Inula Racemosa||58.8 mg|
|Vidari (Alligator Yam, Milky Yam or Giant Potato) – Ipomoea Digitata||58.8 mg|
|Jeevanti (Jiwanti) – Leptadenia Reticulata||58.8 mg|
|Kakoli (White Himalayan lily) – Lilium Polyphyllum||58.8 mg|
|Meda – Litsea Glutinosa||58.8 mg|
|Kakanasika (Maritima annua or Martynia diandra)||58.8 mg|
|Jeevaka – Microstylis muscifera||58.8 mg|
|Vrishabhaka – Microstylis wallichii||58.8 mg|
|Kamal Gatta (Lotus Beads) Nelumbium speciosum||58.8 mg|
|Utpala (Blue Star Water Lily) Nymphaea Stellata||58.8 mg|
|Shyonaka (Broken bones plant) Oroxylum indicum||58.8 mg|
|Mudgaparni – Phaseolus Trilobus||58.8 mg|
|Bhumi Amla – Phyllanthus Urinaria||58.8 mg|
|Pippali (Long pepper) – Piper longum||58.8 mg|
|Karkatakashringi (Crab’s claw) – Pistacia integerrima||58.8 mg|
|Maha medha (Tendril Leaf Solomon’s Seal) – Polygonatum cirrhifolium||58.8 mg|
|Agnimantha (Premna) – Premna corymbosa||58.8 mg|
|Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood) – Pterocarpus santalinus||58.8 mg|
|Vidarikand – Pueraria Tuberosa||58.8 mg|
|Chandan (White Sandalwood) – Santalum album||58.8 mg|
|Bala (Country Mallow) – Sida cordifolia||58.8 mg|
|Brihati – Solanum indicum||58.8 mg|
|Kantakari (Thorny Nightshade) – Solanum Surattense||58.8 mg|
|Patala (Rose Flower Fragrant) – Stereospermum suaveolens||58.8 mg|
|Mashaparni (Vogel Tephrosis or Blue wiss) – Teramnus labialis||58.8 mg|
|Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) – Terminalia chebula||58.8 mg|
|Guduchi (Giloy or Heartleaf moonseed) – Tinospora Cordifolia||58.8 mg|
|Gokshura (small caltrops) – Tribulus terrestris||58.8 mg|
|Prishnaparni (Indian Uraria) – Uraria picta||58.8 mg|
|Mudgaparni (Wild Gram) – Vigna trilobata||58.8 mg|
|Draksha (Dry Grapes) – Vitis vinifera||58.8 mg|
|Added Ingredients||Quantity *|
|Vanshlochan (Bamboo manna)||236 mg|
|Pippali (Long pepper) – Piper longum||118 mg|
|Dalchini (Cinnamon) – Cinnamomum zeylanicum||14.7 mg|
|Elachi (Green cardamom) – Elettaria cardamomum||14.7 mg|
|Tejpata (Indian bay leaf) – Cinnamomum tamala||14.7 mg|
|Nagkesar – Mesua Ferrea||14.7 mg|
* Quantity per 10 Grams Chyawanprash
This product is nice in taste and has all the benefits of a chyawanprash. Truly worth it. I have ordered 3 units in 45 days.
It is amazing, Brilliant taste and value for money.
The product came in a broken container, did not use it.
chyawanprash is good and tasty. It has what it says
I use it and sell it in Kolkata, I find it highly effective. Good customer response.