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Traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine dates back thousands of years. In that time, various herbal recipes have been developed. Herbalists believe that combining herbs increases their effectiveness, as they work together in synergy.
Chyavanprash is a type of medicinal jam that’s popular in India, both because it’s tasty and because it’s believed that the amla berry base has the ability to help our health. This is why some people use chyavanprash as a health tonic.
Amla berry is considered an adaptogen. This is a plant that potentially helps us survive and thrive amid physical and emotional stresses. Also, the amla berry is an excellent source of natural whole Vitamin C. (Amla is also known as amalaki or Indian gooseberry.)
This jam is also made with a number of other time-tested organic Indian herbs, including cardamon, ashwagandha, pippali fruit, vasaka, haritaki, punarnava root and many more. All of the herbs, as well as the cane sugar, honey and ghee, in this formula are certified organic.
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Women who are pregnant or nursing should not take herbal remedies unless directed to do so by a healthcare professional.