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Chyawanprash
Chyawanprash is a wonderful Ayurvedic heath tonic, which is increasingly gaining popularity in India. It boosts the energy levels and strengthens the immune system of the body. Chyawanprash is truly an elixir of life, as it helps to prolong the longevity of life. Known for its nutritional value, it is highly beneficial for the human body and also helps to get rid of various forms of diseases.

Chyawanprash is spelled differently by people. Some call it Chyavanprash or chyavanaprasha, while others pronounce it as chyavanaprasam and chyawanaprash. Talking about the origin of Chyawanprash, the credit for the initial preparation of this herbal tonic can be accredited to Chyawan Rishi. In fact, this tonic has been named after him. To know about the uses of Chyawanprash, read further.

Chyawanprash Ayurvedic Tonic
Known as the elixir of life, Chyawanprash is of great value in Ayurvedic treatment. It is an ancient Ayurvedic tonic that serves as the best and the most natural health supplement for the human body. Well, Chyawanprash is a brown colored sticky paste that is quite thick in consistency. It has a blend of sweet and sour taste and this is what makes it quite popular amongst the youngsters.

Chyawanprash Benefits
Chyawanprash is a reservoir of benefits. There are distinct ways of defining Chyavanprash such as energy booster, rejuvenator, health tonic and many more. It offers a multitude of health benefits for which it has become so popular in India. In today's times, people are leading such an unhealthy lifestyle that is characterized by improper diet, lack of exercise and sedentary job.

Chyawanprash Ingredients
A large number of Companies are engaged in the manufacturing of Chyawanprash, therefore the composition differs from one brand to another. The herbs that are brought to use varies from 25 to 80 in number, however, one ingredient…...

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