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Herbal decoctions are cooked into a sweet herbal paste known as a Prasham or Avaleha and these are one of the most powerful rejuvenatives in Ayurveda. The sweet base acts as a carrier (Anupana) for the medicines and takes them deeply into the body so that they may nourish its entirety. The most famous Ayurvedic jam preparation is called Chyavanprash which is named after a great sage who prepared it to regain his youthful vitality.
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Brahma Rasayan (250g)

Dabur Brahma Rasayan (Nagakeshar - Charaka Samhita / Chikitsa Sthan.1) is a paste consisting of herbs and fruits. It is a top cerebral tonic, which strengthens memory and gives energy. It is extremely helpful to those who do intensive mental work. Brahma Rasayan combines the immunity supporting and antioxidant herbs used in the mind for increased action on mental faculties such as memory and intelligence. It provides excellent protection year round, gently detoxifies and promotes healthy...…

Bramha Rasayanam (500g)
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Brahma Rasayanam is one of the best traditional Ayurvedic growth promoting and strength giving tonics made out of 42 herbs along with honey, ghee and sugar candy. The Ashtanga Hrudayam says that the regular use of this tonic removes one's lethargy and fatigue and also slows down the ageing symptoms like wrinkles and greying of hair. In addition, there is improvement in one's intelligence, power of comprehension, memory and strength.     Indications: Kaasam, swaasam, Jwaram,...…

Chyavanprash (1kg)

The fruit of Amalaki is given to ally the effects of aging and to restore the organs. An Ayurvedic medicines, the fruit juice is given to strengthn the panoreas of diabeties. The juice is also given to treat eye problem, joint pain and diarrohoea and dysentry. Emblica is a Rasayana. A regular, usage confers longevity and weight gain. It improves the blood picture. The fruit is a rich source of vitamin C. It features in a 7th century Ayurvedic Medical text. The sage Muni Chyavan...…

Vasavaleha (250g)

Dabur Vasavaleha is beneficial in Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis and Cough of various etiologies.     Indication: Cough Asthma Bronchitis Breathlessness. Dosage: ½ to 2 teaspoonful (3 to 12gm) in the morning and evening with hot organic milk or as directed by the physician.

Packing: A bottle of 250g of product.    …

Chyawanprash (500g)

A well known Ayurvedic preparation. A tonic useful for cold, catarrh, coughs, as well as Asthma. Strengthens the lungs and removes general debility     Indications: Low immunity Colds and flu Cough Asthma Strengthens lungs   Packaging:   A bottle of 500g of product.    …

Drakshavaleha (500g)

Dabur Drakshavaleha with saffron works wonderfully well in Hyper Acidity, Dyspepsia and Heart Burn.     Indications: Hyper Acidity Dyspepsia  Heart Burn Ingredients: Vitis vinifera Cinnamomum zeylanicum Myristica fragrans Elettaria cardamomum Syzygium aromaticum Musua ferrea Nelumbium speciosum Crocus sativus Dosage:

2 to 4 teaspoonful (10 to 20gm) twice a day or as directed by the Physician. A bottle of 500g...…

Kesari-Jivan (450g)

An improved formula of Chyavanprash with saffron. Delicious Kesari-Jivan promotes health, vigour and energy in diseased and convalescent conditions. Kesari-Jivan builds immunity against infection and keeps body tissues young. Used as general tonic, Kesari-Jivan adds happiness to life. In the past, saffron was credited with an immense array of health benefits. It has power to quicken the spirits and the virtue thereof pieces by and by to the heart proroking laughter and merriment....…

Vigoroll Jelly

An invigorative, rejuunator and revitalizer. Benefits: Vigoroll jelly contains those ingredients which are very good nutritional agents. It is highly palatable and well liked It is a complete nutritional supplement for people who are convalescing. Indications: Convalescence Lack of energy Fatigue General debility Weak immunity Dosage:

One tablespoonful twice a day Packaging:…

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