Amrutam Chawanprash- Ancient Ayurvedic Recipe for your Overall Health


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Quantity: 200gms

Authentic Ayurvedic Formulation: Amrutam Chawanprash contains Anjeer, Amla, Gokharu, and Jaiphal.

Amrutam Chawanprash is an age-old ayurvedic recipe made with fresh Amalaki fruit, which is a natural source of anti-oxidants. It promotes healthy metabolism, rejuvenates the mind and body, boosts the immune system and also, is rich in calcium.

Amrutam Chawanprash can be consumed regularly.

Benefits of Amrutam Chawanprash are:

-Works as an overall Health Remedy

– Aids in Digestion

-Helps in fighting day to day Cough & Cold

-Works as a potent Anti-Oxidant

-Helps in rejuvenating all the tissues in our body

-Improves the Immune System

-Supports the healthy heart and respiratory function

-Rich source of Vitamin C and Calcium

-Aids in improving overall Strength

-Helps in improving the Reproductive health for both men and women

Amrutam Chawanprash is an ancient herbal recipe which helps in building overall immunity, improving metabolism and balancing all the doshas. 



How to Use:

One-two tablespoons to be taken with warm milk or water, twice a day.
For best results, one-two spoons with 100-200 ml warm milk.

Additional information

Weight 0.35 g
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 10 cm

6 Jars of 200gms | 3 Month Pack, 200gms


Is this a malt solid or in liquid form?

Amrutam Malts are in semi-solid form. After years of research and thoroughly reading the age-old texts, we have found that during earlier days, juices of various herbal plants were processed in an intensive scientific manner, with proper regulations of quantities of ingredients and the temperature at which it is heated. This process results into what is called काढ़ा in a regular Indian household, known as Malt or decoction in modern language.
Malt is usually black in color, concentrated potion resulting from heating or boiling a lot of herbs and spices as a part of medicinal preparation. Malts are considered to be the most authentic Indian recipes for effective healing, which eradicate the roots of the illness. In fact, preparation of plant-based remedies at the household level is often seen as a self-help measure.

Are malts effective?

This is a very common question, we all think before buying a herbal medicine while we don’t think same way while buying an allopathic medicine.

Yes, our malts work effectively. All our customers have seen positive results from using our malts in the last couple of years.

For best results, you should at least complete a course of three months to see the positive effects of Amrutam malts.

How should I take Amrutam Malt?

Take two spoons everyday along with warm milk.

How long does it take for Amrutam Malts to work?

There is no fixed timeline for the malt, it varies from individual to individual.

We recommend a regular course of Amrutam malts for three months to see best results.

Are there any side effects of Amrutam Malts?

There are no side effects of Amrutam malts as these are ayurvedic herbal recipes made with ingredients from nature and love.

Who can use Amrutam Malts?

Individuals from all age-groups can use Amrutam Malts, as it is ayurvedic and herbal recipe (medicine) for all body types.
Note: Not for Diabetic patients.

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Key Ingredients

Bilva Chhal, Arnimool, Sona Patha, Gambhari, Mugdaparni, Patla. Mashparni, Jaipal, Shalparni, Mugdaparni, Gokharu, Chhoti Kateri, Badi Kateri, Kakadasingi, Bhui Anwala, Munakka, Jivanti, Pushkarmool, Agar, Giloy Badi Harre, Kharetin, Kachor, Nagarmotha, Punarnawa, Elaichi, Kamal Phool, Safed Chandan, Vidari Kanda, Adushamool, Kaknasha, Ridhi, Vridhi, Jeevak, Rihbhak, Meda, Mahameda, Kakoli, Kshir kakoli, Anwala Pithi (Bhuni With Deshi Ghee) , Kesha, Pipal, Abhrak Bhashma, Shringa Bhasma, Dalchini, Chhoti Elaichi, Tejpatra, Nagkeshar, Lavanga, Makardhwaj, Vanshlochan , Shukti Bhasma, Chandi verk.

Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Yes, Amrutam Chawanprash can be given to children above the age of five.
  2. A For those who are lactose tolerant, they can take Amrutam malts with warm water.

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