Benefits and Ways to Consume Chyawanprash

  • Benefits and Ways to Consume Chyawanprash
Benefits and Ways to Consume Chyawanprash

Chyawanprash is a polyherbal jam, ancient in origin and can be consumed anytime and with any substance. However, for maximum efficacy, there are methods, times of day and dosages to consider. See below for frequent questions and answers on the best way to take Chyawanprash.

How to consume Chyawanprash?

Chyawanprash can also be taken in hot water, which is the next ideal way to consume it. Water acts as a carrier substance, that transports nutrients deeper into the channels and tissues of the body. Take Chyawanprash with hot water as tea or drink hot water after your spoonful of Chyawanprash.

A popular way of consuming Chyawanprash in India is to drink it with or in milk. When taken with milk, Chyawanprash serves as an Anupan, a carrier. Warm milk is better for Vata and Kapha doshas, while cooler temperatures are best for Pitta doshas.

Benefits of Chyawanprash

Chyawanprash contains antioxidants and vitamin C that enhance the immune system. Besides fighting microbes, it also shields the body from many infections. In addition to its antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial properties, chyawanprash helps prevent common colds, fevers, sore throats, and other respiratory issues.

Chyawanprash is a well-known remedy for digestion. This property reduces the formation of gas in the alimentary canal. It also eases constipation and other digestive issues. It also reduces flatulence and bloating.

In addition to strengthening the immune system and supporting the body's capability of producing hemoglobin and white blood cells, chyawanprash contains amalaki (which aids in cleansing toxins and supports the liver, spleen, kidneys, and lung).

Chyawanprash also builds ojas—the essence of immunity and youthfulness—and lends strength to vata, while supporting healthy muscle mass and tonifying the tissues.

As a mucosal moisturizing agent, chyawanprash is particularly beneficial for the lungs, as it keeps respiratory passages clear and free of mucus. Chyawanprash is indeed a tonic for the winter months since it serves to increase immunity. Through its effectiveness, chyawanprash can strengthen the natural resistance and make the body feel strong, energetic, and vital. Due to its deep nourishing properties, it holds immense potential for maintaining youth and well-being, as well as for promoting systemic health. It is an excellent tonic for family members of all ages, from the young to the elderly.

How to take Chyawanprash

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