Chal, Ami, Arloo, Gambhari, Patia, Pipli, Sthalparni,
Prishanparni, Choti Kateri, Jeewanti, Agar, Giloya,
Muneka, Bala Pachang, Adusamool, Pushkarmool, Masparni,
Mugdhparni, Gokhru, Vidarikand, Harad, Kakra Singhi,
Kamalgate, Barahi Kand, Kachur, Kakoli, Shirkakoli,
Maida, Mahmaida, Jeevak, Rishbhak, Shridhi, Vridhi,
Punernavamool, Nagarmotha, Bhoomi Amla, Kaknasa, Choti,
Elaichi, Safed Chandan, Ashwangandha, Nagkesar, Tej Pat,
Dal Chini, Bansh Lotion, Chini, Amla Pithi, Ghee.
Chayawanprash has a tangy sweet-sour taste and the
consistency of jam. It can be taken directly or in milk
and as bread spread. In all cases it's therapeutic
properties have proven to remain stable and active.
250 gm 110.00
500 gm 190.00