Official website: www.chyavanprash.net
Manufactured by: Shriji Herbals, Gujarat, India. (since 1960)
What is “Chyawanprash Revita”?
Chyawanprash Revita is an artisanal variant of Chyawanprash which is prepared using fresh Amla fruits. The focus here is on recreating that ancestral Chyawanprash recipe of yesteryears. It’s based on a simple time-honoured traditional recipe which results in a noticeably more full-bodied thick texture that has characteristics of a bespoke homemade Amla preserve. It’s prepared in very small batches using 46 natural ingredients like Saffron (Crocus sativus) from Kashmir, highest quality fresh Amla from Madhya Pradesh (Emblica officinalis) and rejuvenating ingredients like Kapikacchu (Mucuna pruriens), Musali/Talamuli (Curculigo orchioides), Ananthamul (Hemidesmus indicus) etc. Chyawanprash Revita is not only a nostalgic reminder of rich & complex textures and flavours we’ve lost to mass production but also a potent rejuvenating elixir ideal for consumption throughout all seasons by Ayurveda enthusiasts of all ages. Our Chyawanprash is filled in 500 g sealed bottles and is packed in an outer-box which contains the bottle and an information booklet.
Why is fresh Amla better than powdered Amla?
The Vitamin C connection: Amla (Emblica officinalis) contains the highest concentration of Vitamin C of all fruits. Vitamin C content of one Amla fruit is equivalent to that of three oranges. Vitamin C is one of the least stable of all vitamins in solution and is oxidized readily in light, air and when heated. To retain as much Vitamin C as one can, the original formula for Chyawanprash makes it mandatory for formulators to use fresh Amla. Unfortunately, to produce Chyawanprash throughout the year many large batch manufacturing companies resort to using cheaper & less nutritious dried Amla in their formulations. Our Chyawanprash formulas on the other hand are only manufactured from late Autumn to early Spring when fresh Amla is readily available in the market.
How are export-grade Ayurvedic formulations better?
We exclusively deal in export grade Chyawanprash formulations. Exporting Indian products entails exposing the product to greater scrutiny abroad under stringent global standards. This results in manufacturers paying more attention to details which they may otherwise neglect when selling to local markets. Employing higher standards of ingredients inputs, process inspection, laboratory testing and post production quality control results in products which match US/European safety standards and are generally more palatable and safer for consumption and use. Our fresh Amla Chyawanprash formulations are manufactured at ISO9001:2008, ISO22000:2005, HACCP certified manufacturing units. Each and every export batch is examined by the Export Inspection Council of India for non-gmo and food safety standards.
Composition (46 ingredients):
Ingredients (each 100 g contains):
Sugar – 39.937 g,
Emblica officinalis – 34.456 g,
Clarified butter – 1.174 g,
Honey – 1.000 g,
Adhatoda vasica – 0.783 g,
Amomum subulatum – 0.783 g,
Aquilaria agallocha – 0.783 g,
Asparagus racemosus – 0.783 g,
Boerhaavia diffusa – 0.783 g,
Curcuma zeodaria – 0.783 g,
Cyperus rotundus – 0.783 g,
Dioscorea bulbifera – 0.783 g,
Glycyrrhiza glabra – 0.783 g,
Gymnema sylvestre – 0.783 g,
Mucuna pruriens – 0.783 g,
Hemidesmus indicus – 0.783 g,
Inula racemosa – 0.783 g,
Leptadenia reticulata – 0.783 g,
Curculigo orchioides – 0.783 g,
Nelumbium speciosum – 0.783 g,
Phaseolus trilobus – 0.783 g,
Phyllanthus niruri – 0.783 g,
Piper longum – 0.783 g,
Pistacia integerrima – 0.783 g,
Pueraria tuberosa – 0.783 g,
Sida cordifolia – 0.783 g,
Teramnus labialis – 0.783 g,
Terminalia chebula – 0.783 g,
Tinospora cordifolia – 0.783 g,
Vitis vinifera – 0.783 g,
Withania somnifera – 0.783 g,
Mesua ferrea – 0.375 g,
Cinnamomum zeylanicum – 0.375 g,
Elettaria cardamomum – 0.375 g,
Cinnamomum tamala – 0.375 g,
Aegle marmelos – 0.078 g,
Clerodendrum phlomidis – 0.078 g,
Desmodium gangeticum – 0.078 g,
Gmelina arborea – 0.078 g,
Oroxylum indicum – 0.078 g,
Solanum indicum – 0.078 g,
Solanum xanthocarpum – 0.078 g,
Stereospermum suaveolens – 0.078 g,
Tribulus terrestris – 0.078 g,
Uraria picta – 0.078 g,
Crocus sativus (Saffron) – 0.005 g.
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