Chyawanprash Scientific Name
Chyawanprash Other Names
What is Chyawanprash?
Common forms of Chyawanprash
Chyawanprash is commonly used for:
- Stimulating healthy appetite
- Aiding digestion
- Preventing nausea and vomiting
- Relieving cough and breathing difficulties
- Managing cardiac health and heart problems
- Treating painful micturition and urinary track disorders
- Treating eye problems
- Treating anaemia
- Improving skin complexion
- Treating tuberculosis
- Preventing ageing
- Treating and preventing abdominal tumours
- Managing diabetes (after consulting with the doctor)
- Rejuvenating the whole body
- Improving intelligence
- Improving muscle strength
- Controling hiccups
- Relieving sore throat
- Relieving pseudo-satiation (false sateity that does not transcend to a deeper level)
- Treats infertility (after consulting with the doctor)
- Relieving emesis (dry heaving before vomit)
- Treating diarrhoea
- Treating skin disorders
- Preventing jaundice
- Eradicating intestinal worms
- Treating piles
Teenagers: 1 to 2 teaspoon
Adults: 1 to 3 teaspoon, If it is consumed twice a day, then it must be administered 30 minutes before dinner or at least two hours post-dinner.
Chyawanprash Side-effects and Warnings
Not so common side-effects: Burning sensation in the stomach.
Pregnant Women: Due to the lack of safety data, pregnant women should consult with a physician before taking chyawanprash as a supplement. Avoid Chyawanprash during pregnancy or use it after consulting the doctor.
Children: Not Known.