Diwali is one of the most favorite festivals of India. The name Diwali or Deepavali means “row of lights”, so it is called “festival of lights”. Diwali is celebrated to share the joy when Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after defeating the demon Ravana, and Lord Krishna killed the demon Narkasura. It signifies the celebration of victory of good over evil. Diwali is celebrated by cleaning and decorating the house, lighting lamps, with worships and prayers, by eating sweets and snacks and enjoying time with family and friends. The lighting of ghee or an oil lamp releases oxygen into the environment.
We are proud to present Chyavanprash, a tonic for the Vata season and winter. Chyavanprash is a delicious, sweet and tangy treat made with Amla, herbs, spices, honey and ghee. It is a traditional Ayurvedic tonic for antioxidant support, stress reduction and rejuvenation. This ancient formulation is named after an eminent sage Chyavan, who regained his youth by using this divine elixir. Chyawanprash is a highly revered rasayana that offers deep nourishment to the tissues, preserves youth and promotes health and well-being. It nourishes the mucous membranes of the lungs and helps to clear the respiratory passages.
Sewanti Certified Organic Chyavanprash is made with all 45 Organic ingredients according to Ancient Text
Benefits of Chyavanprash
Directions for use: 1 to 2 tsp daily on empty stomach ideally followed by hot water or steamed milk. Not intended for use by those who are pregnant, breast feeding, have diabetes, or taking medications, without first consulting a qualified healthcare professional.
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Amla, Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Tulsi, Turmeric
Shatavari is an adaptogenic herb with sweet, bitter, cooling and nourishing properties and well known in Ayurvedic medicine for its effects on female reproductive system.
The word Shatavari literally means “She who possess 100 husbands” referring to the herb’s rejuvenative effect on female reproductive organs.
It is one of the main herb used in Ayurveda for infertility, decreased libido, menopause, PMS and hot flashes. It helps to balance fluids in the dry channels and balances female hormones Shatavari is also useful for hyperacidity, stomach ulcers, respiratory tract infections.
Shatavari is a rich source of Phyto-estrogens. It supports normal production of breast milk for nursing mothers and relieves menopausal symptoms such a hot flashes. However for its medical use, one should refer to their health care practitioner for possible adverse or allergic reactions.
Here is a recipe for Shatavari Chai that could replace a hot cocoa or chai latte as a beverage.
One cup Purified water
One cup organic whole milk, almond or goat milk (no Soy milk)
One teaspoon Organic Shatavari Powder
¼ tsp Cardamom Powder
½ tsp Cinnamon Powder
½ tsp Chai Masala
Boil water with Sharavari powder, cardamom powder and cinnamon powder. One could also add Chai Masala (Indian chai spice mix) instead of individual spices. Let the powders steep for 5 minutes. Add milk and let it steep again until the liquid comes to a soft boil.
Add raw sugar or honey if needed.