Chyawamprash is a fruit compote based on Amla a natural antioxidant known for thousands of years in the Ayurvedic tradition as one of the products with the most appreciable invigorating action that gives vitality and promotes well-being. It owes its name to the wise Chyavana.
According to the Ayurvedic tradition, the Chyawamprash falls into the category of rasayana which groups the products that help maintain youth the vigor and vitality of the body by procrastinating the aging process, the decay of senility and weakness.
The basis of this product is the ripe fruit of Amalaki (Phyllantus emblica L.) – in Hindi Amla – which is considered in India as a very healthy food for its high content of vitamin C. The peculiarity of this fruit lies in the fact that the vitamin C contained in it is linked to some tannic acids, which ensure its effectiveness even after drying or boiling.
Chyawamprash has a great reputation in India and ancient Sanskrit texts recommend a regular intake against weaknesses of all kinds and against weight loss.
It stimulates cell regeneration thus rejuvenating the tissues, tones the various systems of the body and its sensory organs. Chyawamprash can be taken by children, older people, sportsmen, weak or underweight people. We can now recognize the definition that describes Chyawamprash as “the King of all herbal blends” correct.