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For centuries, families in India have enjoyed the herbal formulation Chavanprash as a natural immune booster and rejuvenating which nourishes the body. Chavanprash provides energy and vitality. It also supports good digestion and metabolism. Its adaptogenic and anti oxidant properties have made it one of the cornerstones of traditional Indian medicine. Chavanprash is enriched with forest honey and made from an age old recipe under strict supervision.
Chavanprash is a combination of more than 39 different herbs, including Amla, Black pepper, Long pepper, Gokshura, Guduchi, Haritaki, Ashwagandha, Manuka and Ela. All the ingredients are quality tested to ensure the higest levels of purity
Approximately 1 teaspoon or 5-7 gms early in the morning empty stomach with water.