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Best Immunity Boosting Food this Winter - Agamya Chawanprash

It’s finally that time of the year again, when the weather keeps getting colder and all we want to do is cozy up and stay in bed. It becomes crucial to keep a check on your body during winters, especially because ‘tis the season for flu and colds. Which means, our immunity is compromised during winters. 


Both Ayurveda and ancient Chinese medicine agree that the food we consume has certain positive and/or negative effects on our body. Depending on the season and on one’s body type, a balance of all cooling, warming and neutral categories of food is recommended.


There are certain fruits and vegetables that only grow during a particular season and must be consumed then, as they play a vital role in our well-being. Besides just these foods, chawanprash is the most important go-to supplement to take, especially during winters. 

 

About Chawanprash

 

It is an herbal jam, packed with rejuvenating goodness to get you through not just the winter, as it is designed to bring longevity and youthfulness by boosting immunity naturally. Chawanprash is a well-known Ayurvedic formulation that was first made around 3000-years ago. 

 

Agamya Chawanprash contains many Rasayana herbs which help prevent a variety of infections. Chawanprash helps balance tridosha - vata, pitta, and kapha as mentioned in ancient ayurvedic scriptures. 

 

Chyawanprash Ingredients

 

Chawanprash Ingredients

 

Amla, A2 Desi Ghee (Gau Ghrit), Ashwagandha, Bramhi, Shatavari, pippali, Gokshura, Bala, Guduchi, Khandsari & 37 other essential herbs and spices. 

 

The Vitamin C in Amla helps boost immunity and metabolism and helps prevent various viral and bacterial infections, including cold and cough. It is also known to boost digestion and aid in weight loss.

 

A2 ghee has various benefits. The most important being - it slows the aging process and is good for skin & hair. It is a great source of antioxidants, vitamins, & minerals and helps improve digestion, thereby boosting immunity.

 

Ashwagandha contains certain chemicals that help calm the brain, reduce swelling, lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system. Ashwagandha is a powerful remedy for treating numerous health problems including infertility, reduced immunity, arthritis, depression, insomnia, other mental disorders, etc.  Ashwagandha may also help fight certain types of cancer. 

 

Brahmi is an herb that helps improve memory, reduces anxiety, aids in attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), reduces allergic conditions, reduces inflammation, boosts brain functions, relieves anxiety and stress, lowers blood pressure levels and reduces the risk of cancer.

 

Shatavari has antioxidant and antiinflammatory properties. It helps boost immunity, relieves cough, treats diarrhea, treats ulcers and prevents the formation of kidney stones.

 

Pippali is an Ayurvedic medicinal herb which acts as a Rasayana, Dipana and Ruchya. It is recommended in the treatment of cough, respiratory ailments, and diseases of the abdomen. 

 

Gokshura has antioxidant properties, and may reduce blood sugar levels, benefit women's health, reduce blood pressure, reduce inflammation, treat kidney stones, and provide pain relief.

 

Bala helps to control symptoms of the respiratory system like cough and cold. It helps balance Kapha and expel the mucus from the lungs. It also helps to increase immunity due to its rejuvenating property.

 

Guduchi is a herb with distinct heart-shaped leaves that is used in Ayurveda for the treatment of various infections, fevers, urinary tract disorders, digestive disorders as well as various water borne diseases.

 

Khandsari is used in traditional ayurvedic medicine to aid in the purification of blood, digestion, bone health and the lungs.

 

What is Chawanprash made of?

 

The major ingredient of Chawanprash is Indian Gooseberry or Amla. Agamya’s ayurvedic jam is made with a base of amalaki fruit (Amla) and contains a number of other herbs, A2 desi ghee, honey, a sweetener, berries and various essential herbs and spices. Agamya’s chawanprash carefully is prepared as per the instructions suggested in Ayurvedic texts.

 

How Chawanprash works

 

Chawanprash is well-known to build stamina and muscle mass without any side effects. It is regarded as a rasayana for all the cells in the body and pacifies vata, pitta and kapha doshas. It is also beneficial in slowing down the ageing process, lifting up the memory, and is good for the heart and respiratory system. Chawanprash enhances the digestive health, and improves the excretory system.

 

Benefits of Chyawanprash

 

What are the Benefits of Chawanprash?

 

Chawanprash is a rich, healthy ayurvedic jam that enhances the functioning of the body. Having one spoon in the morning regularly helps balance the tridoshas of the body.

 

1. Chawanprash Boosts Immunity

The antioxidants and vitamin C present in chawanprash prove to be an excellent remedy for improving the immune system. It helps in fighting foreign particles (viruses, bacterias and microbes), shielding the body against a large number of infections. 

Chawanprash has anti-viral, antifungal and antibacterial properties, which helps in the prevention of flu, common cold, fever, sore throat, and other respiratory and seasonal issues. It also boosts the production of haemoglobin and white blood cells in the body, keeping you healthy.

 

2. Chawanprash Slows Down Ageing

Chawanprash is known for its regenerative effects as it helps in repair and regeneration of tissues. The antioxidant properties present in chawanprash helps protect the body against cellular damage, thereby fighting and destroying free-radicals. Chawanprash can reduce the ageing of skin, tissues of the lungs, liver, heart and various other organs.

 

3. Chawanprash Improves Digestion

 

Chawanprash is known for its regenerative effects as it helps in repair and regeneration of tissues. The antioxidant properties present in chawanprash helps protect the body against cellular damage, thereby fighting and destroying free-radicals. Chawanprash can reduce the ageing of skin, tissues of the lungs, liver, heart and various other organs.

 

4. Chawanprash Aids in Better Cardiac Functioning

The Ashwagandha and Arjuna herbs present in chawanprash play a very important role in the treatment of heart ailments. It is also good for patients suffering from irregular heartbeat and palpitations, as it effectively relaxes the cardiac system by calming the mind. It also strengthens the heart muscles and lowers cholesterol levels in the blood. 

In short, chawanprash reduces the risk of heart attacks, heart blocks, blood clots, and other ailments related to the heart, and even blood pressure.

 

5. Chawanprash helps Detox

The liver and kidneys play a vital role in detoxifying your entire body, consuming chawanprash can help. It also contains ingredients like amla, which help get rid of all toxins in your bloodstream. 

 

6. Chawanprash Aids in Brain Function

Our mothers always fed us chawanprash believing that it would help increase our memory power, especially during exams. They weren’t wrong! There are studies and research that show consistent intake of chawanprash could improve memory and boost brain functioning.

Chawanprash has antiamnesic activity, which helps in the treatment of amnesia. The antioxidant Amla present in chawanprash may also be beneficial for treating Alzheimer’s disease.

 

7. Chawanprash for Weight Loss

According to ayurveda, chawanprash has been used for ages as a weight loss supplement as it boosts metabolism and digestion. In fact, organic chawanprash is considered one of the most natural ways to reduce the gain of excess weight.

 

8. Improves Respiratory Health

Agamya’s Chawanprash is formulated with ancient wisdom and has various medicinal properties that keep the respiratory tract clean and clear for easy airflow. The ingredients present in chawanprash nourishes the mucous membrane and strengthens the lungs naturally.

 

 

Chyawanprash taste, when to consume etc

 

FAQs About Chawanprash

 

What does Chawanprash taste like?

Chawanprash has a mixed flavour combining sweet, sour, bitter and slightly pungent tastes. 

 

What is Chawanprash good for?

Chawanprash is a powerful immunity and aids the body in the production of haemoglobin and white blood cells. Amla, the vital component in chyawanprash, detoxifies the body and cleanses the blood, liver, spleen and the lungs. It enhances youthfulness and promotes healthy muscle mass and helps tone the body. 

 

What are the benefits of chawanprash for children?

Agamya’s Chawanprash contains various organic Ayurvedic ingredients that help in boosting immunity and protecting against infections. It is known to provide nutrition and energy and is also very useful in reducing general weakness and fatigue.

 

Can chawanprash be taken directly?

Chawanaprash is usually consumed directly, by taking 1 teaspoonful twice daily. It can also be consumed along with warm milk or water.

 

Is it safe to have Chawanprash during Pregnancy?

It is advisable to eat a little less Chawanprash than usual, during pregnancy. You can eat Chawanprash in the morning, along with lukewarm milk.

 

Is Chawanprash good for cough?

Chawanprash helps reduce cough and uneasy cold allergies as it contains amla which is a very good source of vitamin C.

 

How is Agamya’s Chawanprash different from others?

 

Agamya’s Organic Chawanprash holds high significance in boosting immunity, enhancing heart functioning, improving fertility, promoting hair and skin health, boosting digestion, etc. The immense health benefits of the various herbs used in this formulation also increase its therapeutic effect in treating different respiratory issues. If taken in a proper dosage, one can steer clear of the side effects and enjoy the countless health benefits.

Agamya’s chawanprash has been made by following well-researched Ayurvedic formulations. It is also Ayush Certified. It does not contain any artificial flavouring agents and is sugar-free. Agamya’s Chawanprash is made using 100% pure and certified organic ingredients.

 

How to consume chyawanprash

 

Come winter, eating chyawanprash benefits your body by ensuring you stay safe from winter infections. Don’t forget to buy yourself a bottle of Agamya’s chawanprash.

 

 

 

 

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