Dabur Chyawanprash is Proven to Protect you from over 100+ Diseases & Infections
Chyawanprash & Antioxidant, Adaptogenic and Immuneboosting potential
The combination or cocktail of phytocompounds (in Chyawanprash) offers antioxidant effects than single antioxidant therapy. The adaptogenic characteristics of CP may be attributed to its antiaging and anxiolytic supplement.
The revitalizing and tonic effects of Chyawanprash could be due to its rich antioxidant composition, bioactive phytoconstituents, such as carotenoids, flavonoids, tannins, and phenolic compounds
In a 6-month-long randomized, open labelled, prospective, multicentric, clinical study in children (5–12 years), Chyawanprash has shown significant improvement in immunity, energy levels, physical strength, vigour, and quality of life assessed through KIDSCREEN QOL-27 questionnaires in children
Clinical studies also support the immune-booster role of CP as demonstrated by reduced disease symptoms of seasonal influences, modulated IgE and immunity markers C3 and C4 levels, improved pulmonary functions, decreased cortisol levels, and increased quality of life (QoL)
Synergestic quantities of spice components of Chyawanprash are also known for their wide range of health benefits by their antioxidative, chemopreventive, antimutagenic, anti-inflammatory, immune-modulatory effects on cells and several beneficial effects on the gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, respiratory, metabolic, reproductive, neural, and other systems
|Amla||Various studies have proved the fruit extract to be strongly immunomodulatory. It possesses antiapoptotic property and ceases DNA fragmentation, thus countering the immunosuppressive effects. Further, it considerably restores IL 2 and IFN γ production. This helped in restoring antioxidant status and induces free radical production back to control level.|
|Guduchi||its constituent α-D-glucan stimulate NK cells, B cells, and T cells with simultaneous production of various immune-stimulatory cytokines. Thus, enhancing immunity|
|Vasa||helps assisting in cell mediated immune response against inflammation.|
|Karchur||Inhibits cytokine release|
|Draksha||Good source of iron, antioxidants in raisins, probably phenolic compounds and flavonoids, may raise the antioxidant defense capacity of blood either through direct scavenging or by modulating the activity of other antioxidants.|
|Amla||It helps in increasing bio-availability of Iron|
|Abhrak Bhasma||Possess haematinic and Pro RBC synthesis activity|
|Gokshur||Decrease fatigue due to its antioxidant activity and anti-inflammatory activity;|
|Vidarikanda||Antioxidant, stress relieving effect.|
|Shatavari||exhibits ergogenic (enhance performance) effect due to its antioxidant property.|
Chyawanprash helps in better absorption, thereby strengthening bones and teeth, and helps improve muscle tone. Its profound Rasayana effect due to potent herbs like Amla, Guduchi, and Ashwagandha helps to balance the body’s natural processes and modulate the neuroendocrine-immune activities. It eliminates blood impurities and acts as a natural detox
Chyawanprash & Digestive system
Chyawanprash (CP) helps improve digestion and excretion. It is reported to alleviate nausea, vomiting, hyperacidity, dyspepsia, and flatulence. Chyawanprash has also been found to relieve gastritis, peptic ulcer, gut cramps, and correct the gastrointestinal functions. It purifies blood, works as detoxifier, and promotes healthy liver function.
It protects and strengthens the liver and kidneys and improves lipid and protein metabolism. The herbs of CP, such as Nagakesar, Tejpatra, Ela, Dalchini,. Draaksha, Haritaki, honey, Bhumyamalaki, , Pushkarmul, Musta,Pippali help to improve digestion and metabolism.
|Pippali||increases the activity of different digestive enzymes like protease, amylase, and lipase. These increased activities of digestive enzymes help improve appetite, which in turn influences food consumption and facilitate effective digestion and absorption.|
|Nagarmotha||Good for healthy gut microflora. The gut microbiota maintains a symbiotic relationship with the gut mucosa and imparts substantial metabolic, immunological and gut protective functions in the healthy individual.|
|Ela||Increases gastric acid secretion, hence improves digestion|
|Haritaki||helps maintains gut health and improves digestion|
|Karkatshringhi||Useful in Gastro Intestinal disorders and it is useful as Gut motility modulator|
Chyawanprash & respiratory System
Regular intake of Chyawanprash strengthens the trachea–bronchial tree and hence improves the immunity and functioning of the respiratory system.
It helps to treat respiratory infections, cough, seasonal or nonseason respiratory disorders, common cold, and strengthens the respiratory system.
Pipali, Kantakaari, Kakdasingi, Bhumyamalaki, Vasa, Pushkarmul, Prishnaparni, Agnimanth, Shalparni, sesame oil, and Amla help to nourish the respiratory system
|Triphala||help reduce inflammation by lowering the expression of pro-inflammatory mediators, Triphala is known to exert antibacterial action against a variety of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.|
|Karchur||In a clinical study conducted on children suffering from tropical pulmonary eosinophilia, H. spicatum (Karchur) was found to give relief in signs and the symptoms and reduce the blood eosinophil level in dose of 70 mg/kg of body weight. Most of the symptoms were relieved within one to three weeks period.It has Hepatoprotective effect|
|Pushkaramoola||It has anti-allergic effect|