Every Indian has eaten the sticky and bitter paste called Chyawanprash while growing up, although today’s generation often shies away from this ayurvedic paste. We have found a perfect solution to bring one of Ayurveda’s oldest formulation into your pocket. Comprised of as many as 21 herbs, Chakaash is a toffee made with the goodness of Chyawanprash which doubles up as a health supplement. Suitable for all age groups, this toffee gives you the nourishment and energy boost traditionally present in Chyawanprash.
Amongst the various benefits of herbs present in Chakaash, Amla, acts as a rich source of Vitamin C while promoting brain functionality and healthier skin and hair. Elaichi acts as a detoxifier, whereas Lavang provides antiseptic properties. Jatamansi acts as nervine tonic and aids in memory enhancement, while Taj energises your body and helps in digestion. Put together, this chywanprash toffee improves your immunity and energy levels, enhances your body’s resistance, keeps illnesses at bay, aids in digestion, sound sleep and enhances your appetite along with overall body functions. Chakaash is an immunity booster and is also beneficial for toning muscles and regenerating tissues.
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For Ages 5-12 years – 1-2 toffees per day.
For ages 12 and above: 4-6 toffees per day.
Chakaash in not recommended for Diabetics, Obese and Lactose Intolerant
Chakaash is a combination of various herbs synergised into a fun and tasty toffee.
Also known as Indian Gooseberry, Amla is best used for its high concentration of Vitamin C and antioxidants. It nourishes the brain functionality, enhances absorption of food, promotes healthier skin and hair, acts as a body coolant and flushes out toxins.
Elaichi, also known as Cardamom, is known for its detoxifying properties. A great anti-depressant, this India spice is great for fighting and preventing various infections.
Lavang or Clove used in Chakaash offers antiseptic properties that help in treating cough and cold.
Also known as saffron, Kesar helps the body in fighting diseases, while also aiding cell formation and repair. It helps maintains blood pressure and keeps heart diseases at bay.
Jayfal or nutmeg is a popular herbal remedy, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. This herb is known to reduce stress and anxiety and helps relieve digestive problems and menstrual cramps.
Javantri is well known for its antidepressant as well as antibacterial properties. It helps in controlling seizures and prevents epilepsy.
This Ayurvedic herb is known to stimulate intestinal and gastric glands in order to secrete essential juices, and therefore proves helpful in curing heart burns and stomach cramps.
Also known as Nutgrass, Nagarmoth is one of the prominent herbs used in Ayurveda, which helps in healing the diseases of the skin. It also acts as a diuretic and helps prevent liver and lung diseases.
Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has a calming effect.
Taj increases general vitality. It warms and energizes the body as a whole, counteracts congestion, stops diarrhoea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.
Tejpatra Ghan acts as a dietary support and pancreatic tonic. It supports a healthy respiratory system and helps build immunity against various environmental pathogens.
Shahjira is used for digestive problems including heartburn, bloating, gas, loss of appetite, and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines.
Dhania or Coriander is quite effective in curing various skin diseases like eczema, itchy skin, rashes, and inflammation. It also helps cure mouth ulcers and sores.
Talis Patra Ghan
Talispatra is a prominent Ayurvedic herb, that has anti-inflammatory and bronchodilatory action on airways and lungs.
Kapurkachli ghan is used mainly as an anti-asthmatic agent. It is also used to cure bronchitis, pain, nausea, inflammations, and hiccups.
Gulab Ghan is an effective astringent that reduces the swelling of capillaries beneath the skin. It cleanses the gallbladder and liver and is known to improve bile secretion.
This Ayurvedic herb is used in treating gastrointestinal ailments high blood pressure, heart ailments, and peptic ulcers, along with bacterial and fungal infections.
This herb is used to treat swellings and pain in rheumatic joints. It relaxes over-contracted muscles and is thus helpful for relieving shoulder and neck tensions as well.
Agar ghan is high in calcium, iron and fibre. It helps to reduce inflammation, hypertension, regulates the lungs and the liver.
Nirbhishi Ghan is a Vata, Pitta and Kapha suppressant. It helps in reducing the inflammation and also helps in relieving pain while curbing any related infection.
Other ingredients in Chakaash
Liquid Glucose, Sugar, Milk Solids, Hydrogenated vegetable oils, Iodised salts and Emulsifiers