Its high Amla content, a rich source of Vitamin C together with other nutritional herbs helps in building body resistance against common ailments like cough and cold, weak digestive system & promotes all round physical and mental health.
Chyavanprash (Avaleha) is prepared from: Amalaki (Fresh fruit) 156 parts, Ghrta 12 parts, Madhu 6 parts, Iksu (Sarkara) 146 parts, Quath dravya: Dashmoola 10 parts, Astavarga (Pratinidhi) 8 parts, Agaru, Vasa, Bala (mool), Svetacandana, Ela, Guduci, Haritaki, Sati, Karkatasrngi, Draksa, Kamala, Jivanti, Masaparni, Mudgaparni, Musta, Pippali, Puskara, Raktapunarnava, Vidari, Kakanasika, Tamalaki 1 part each, Prakshepa dravya: Vamsa (Vanshlochan), Chaturjata 4 parts each, Pippali 2 parts, Lavanga 0.5 part.
Dosage: 1 to 2 teaspoons every morning preferably with milk or Zandu Honey.
Made in Asli Ghee - Apka Bharose mand Swasth Rakshak
Zandu Haritaki Churna - Carminative & Laxative In Ayurveda Haritaki is referred to as an herbaceous plant used primarily in various medicinal formulations Haritaki is mainly consumed for Constipation, Indigestion, Piles. Haritaki Powder (Terminalia Chebula), Also Know as Harde churna, Harad churan
Mahasudarshan Churna is employed in Ayurvedic treaties for fever especially of chronic type and associated with diarrhoea, indigestion, cough, cold or allergy. It balances all three dosha (vata, pitta & kapha), maintains healthy metabolism, and strengthens immune system that helps protect body from allergens and infectious mirco-organisms.