An herbal jam that rejuvenates all the tissues of the body? Yes, please!
Chyvanprash strengthens the heart and respiratory system, builds immunity, increases overall strength and energy, AND it tastes great.
An ancient Ayurveda formulation with nearly fifty nutritive herbs cooked in a base of Amalaki fruit (high in Vitamin C and anti-oxidants), one daily teaspoon with hot water keeps my brain and my digestive fire burning bright.
I’m a Chyavanprash snob: Athreya’s leyhams (jams) are second to none.
Step away from the Protein Powder! Ashwagandha is a chewy jam elixir that naturally builds strength, muscle tissue, immune function, stamina, male fertility, libido, energy, focus, the kitchen sink. It even heals the nerves. Like Chayvanprash, it’s a tonic that I take daily with a little hot water or milk. Pure nourishment in every jar.
I don’t know whether to put it on my gums or sprinkle it on a cookie. Cloves, cinnamon, licorice root, and triphala come together to stimulate and nourish the gums while detoxing the
entire mouth and freshening the breath. Simply apply to gums with a wet finger or a toothbrush, massage; let it sit for 5-10 mins, and rinse with warm water.
This is an all-natural, oral care game-changer.
The Nose Knows! All orifices need daily nourishment and lubrication, but the nasal passages require extra love. The repetitive friction of daily breathing causes excess heat/dryness, irritating the cilia in the nose and making us susceptible to infections and congestion.
Himasagara -a cool, Pitta-pacifying thailam (oil) - is perfect for the nasal canal. Pre-airplane and during all four seasons, permission granted to place a well-oiled pinky in your nose.
Another orifice, another opportunity to oil up!
This ear oil has been distilled 101 times using the original ancient Ayurveda method.
Vata dosha naturally lives in the ears, making them vulnerable channels for Vata-aggravation. For the prevention of colds and infections--or if it’s chilly, windy, or dusty--I place a few drops on my fingers and apply this silky salve inside and outside the ears for warmth and protection.
Do you hear me?