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Herbofit Capsules: Goodness of Chyawanprash
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- Get the goodness of 21 active ingredients of Chyawanprash in a capsule: Herbofit brings to you the goodness of 21 important herbs of Chyawanprash like Amla, Elaichi, Kesar, Jayphal, Taj, Talispatra in a convenient to consume capsule form.
- Daily dose of of immunity & energy: Amla, one of the richest source of vitamin C, is a primary ingredient of Herbofit. Along with Amla, other herbs like Jayphal, Kesar, Tejpatra are known to boost immunity and energy levels.
- Lowers stress and anxiety: Key ingredients of Herbofit like Amla, Jatamansi, Kesar are known to reduce stress, anxiety, and calm the mind.
- Improves digestion: Lavang, Shahjira, Nagarmotha included in Herbofit help to keep digestive system healthy. They stimulate appetite, improve digestion and assimilation of nutrients.
- Protect your body cells from free radicals: Amla, Kesar, Lavang, Gulab are well-known for their antioxidant action. These antioxidant herbs prevent cellular damage mainly through their free radical scavenging property.
- Manufactured in GMP certified, approved plant
Dosage: One Herbofit capsule daily after breakfast or with a glass of milk for all above the age of 10 years
Recommended Course – Minimum 3 months
- How to Use
- Additional information
Herbofit capsule is a unique combination of 21 Ayurvedic herbs. It brings you the goodness of Chyawanprash in a capsule making it convenient to consume, store or carry. Herbofit capsule is a simple yet effective solution to counter weak immunity, recurring infections, fatigue, indigestion, and to restore good health
Herbs like Amla, Jayfal, Kesar and Tejpatra included in Herbofit capsules are well known for their immunity enhancing action. Amla, a rich and natural source of antioxidant vitamin C, is one of the primary ingredients in the Herbofit capsule. It helps stimulate the production and activity of infection-fighting cells of the immune system. This enhances the body’s defense to help prevent infections.
Herbofit ingredients have antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The combination of Amla, Lavang, Kesar, Jayfal, Nagarmotha, Tejpatra, Kapurkachli, Gulab and other herbs help improve the functioning of the body systems to maintain good health.
Lavang, Shahjira and Nagarmotha included in Herbofit help to keep your digestive system healthy. These herbs stimulate appetite and improve digestion and the assimilation of nutrients which in turn helps in enhancing energy levels and overall health.
It is recommended to consume it regularly for a minimum of 3 months or as advised by the physician. With Herbofit on your side, time constraints and unpalatable taste shall no longer remain an obstacle to good health.
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- 1 capsule daily after breakfast or with a glass of milk.
Ideal for all people above the age of 10 years.
Recommended Course – Minimum 3 months
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Herbofit, the best ayurvedic immunity booster is formulated using the choicest of ayurvedic herbs. Please see the detailed ingredient list below:
- Amla Ghan:
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 Ghan:
Elaichi, also known as Cardamom, is known for its detoxifying properties. A great anti-depressant, this Indian spice is great for fighting and preventing various infections.
- Lavang Ghan:
Lavang or Clove is used in Herbofit for its antiseptic properties that help in treating cough and cold.
- Kesar Powder:
Also known as saffron, Kesar helps the body in fighting diseases, while also aiding cell formation and repair. It helps maintaining blood pressure and keeps heart diseases at bay.
- Jayfal Ghan:
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 Ghan:
Javantri is well known for its antidepressant as well as antibacterial properties. It helps in controlling seizures and prevents epilepsy.
- Elcha Ghan:
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.
- Nagarmotha Ghan:
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 Ghan:
Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has a calming effect.
- Taj Ghan:
Taj increases general vitality. It warms and energizes the body as a whole, counteracts congestion, stops diarrhea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.
- Tejpatra Ghan:
Tejpatra Ghan acts as a dietary support and pancreatic tonic. It supports healthy respiratory system and helps build immunity against various environmental pathogens.
- Shahjira Ghan:
Shahjira is used for digestive problems including heartburn, bloating, gas, loss of appetite, and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines.
- Dhania Ghan:
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:
Kapurkachli ghan is used mainly as an anti-asthmatic agent. It is also used to cure bronchitis, pain, nausea, inflammations, and hiccups.
- Gulab Ghan:
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.
- Mastaki Ghan:
This Ayurvedic herb is used in treating gastrointestinal ailments high blood pressure, heart ailments, and peptic ulcers, along with bacterial and fungal infections.
- Tagar Ghan:
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:
Agar ghan is high in calcium, iron and fibre. It helps to reduce inflammation, hypertension, regulates the lungs and the liver.
- Abrakh Bhasma:
Abrakh Bhasma is an excellent cellular regenerator and a nerve tonic and is therefore used for the treatment of many respiratory tract infections along with anaemia.
- Nirbhishi Ghan:
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.
Q. What is immunity?
A. In simple words, immunity is the capability of multicellular organisms to resist harmful microorganisms. Immunity makes an organism capable of countering a particular disease by preventing the development of disease-causing microorganisms or by combating the effects of its products in the body. Everyone’s immunity is different. Humans have three types of immunity: Innate, Adaptive, and Passive immunity.
Innate or natural immunity is the first line of defence that is present in us by birth. It includes the external barriers of our body such as the skin and mucous membranes of the throat and gut. The response of innate immunity is general and non-specific. When it fails to stop attacking microbes, another type of immunity called Adaptive or acquired immunity steps in.
Adaptive or acquired immunity is usually a long-lasting immunity. As we grow, we are exposed to various microbes, get vaccinated, and thus produce antibodies against them. These antibodies are preserved by the body to counter similar attacks in the future and constitute acquired or adaptive immunity.
Passive immunity is a short-acting immunity that is acquired by the transfer of readymade antibodies. The best example is a baby who receives antibodies from the mother through the placenta before birth and breast milk following birth. This type of immunity does not last long and offer protection for a limited time only.
Q. What are the signs of weak immune system?
A. A weak immune system makes us vulnerable to frequent infections and severe symptoms. Therefore, it is important to give due attention to the signs of a weak immune system and take appropriate steps to strengthen the immune system. People with a weak immune system often experience certain signs that include:
-Frequent episodes of colds and colds that last for a longer period.
-Digestive issues, including loss of appetite, diarrhoea, and abdominal cramping.
– Wounds that are not healing at a normal pace
-Frequent infections like more than four ear infections in one year, chronic sinusitis, or more than three episodes of bacterial sinusitis in a year.
-Feeling of tiredness all the time without any other obvious cause
-Infants and children may face growth and developmental delays due to weak immunity.
Q. How to increase the immunity power in body naturally?
A. Many factors like diet, exercise, stress, sleep affect our immunity power. So, following a healthy diet and living strategies is a good way of increasing the immunity power. A wholesome diet is a primary requisite for a strong immune system and overall health. Immune cells also require an adequate supply of energy, nutrients, and micronutrients to work properly. Vegetables like spinach, cabbage, and broccoli, carrots; fruits, nuts, and seeds, are packed with all these nutrients and help to keep our immune systems in top health. Include vitamin C rich fruits such as citrus fruits, oranges, papaya, guava, berries; nuts like almond, walnuts, cashews in daily diet. Use spices like turmeric, garlic, ginger reasonably in the cooking which enhances both taste and immunity. Keep yourself well hydrated by drinking sufficient quantities of water.
Making a few changes in lifestyle can help you to protect yourself from stress and bolster immunity. Sleep is an essential component of building up the body’s immunity and making sure it is operating at full capacity when healthy. Sleep helps increase T-cell’s ability to ‘stick’ to target cells—making them more effective. Try to get seven to eight hours of quality sleep each night. Regularly engaging in moderate exercises such as brisk walking, jogging or swimming helps in reducing inflammation and regeneration of immune cells. Yoga also works well to relieve stress and improve immunity. Relieving stress and anxiety is key to immune health. The long term stress is known to imbalance immune cell functions. Meditation, Pranayam, and other mindfulness practices help you feel calm and relaxed, promote the proper function of the immune system.
Certain herbs like Amla, Ashwagandha, Giloy, Neem, Tulsi when used properly can enhance immunity. These herbs are a natural source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other constituents that are capable of boosting the immunity power.
Q. Which is the best natural immune booster in India?
A. The immune system is a complex network of different types of cells and not a single entity. To improve its function, one needs a variety of nutrients, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals in appropriate quantities, and at the same time. Therefore, the best immune booster should consist of all these vital nutrients in a balanced manner. Ayurvedic herbal formulations like Chyawanprash are a combination of such useful herbs and are designed to get to the root cause of bodily imbalances and correct it. Herbofit is one of the best Ayurvedic immunity-boosting formulations which brings you the goodness of selective herbs from the age-old Chyawanprash formulation in a more convenient way.
Amla, the chief ingredient of Herbofit, is one of the best natural sources of immunity-boosting and antioxidant vitamin C. Other ingredients like Kesar, Jayphal, Elaichi are storehouses of multiple phytochemicals that can act on various components of the immune system and help to boost its performance. Jayphal, Jatamansi reduces stress and anxiety. This reduction in stress can help in the proper functioning of the immune system. They also help to get quality sleep which ensures a strong immune system. Elaichi or cardamom is packed with many antioxidant compounds that may help protect cells from damage and slow down and prevent inflammation in the body. All these actions help to boost immunity directly or indirectly and also support overall wellness.
Q. Do immune boosters really work?
A. The immune system is a complex network of cells, tissues, and organs that work in tandem to protect the body from infections. Many external factors like sleep, stress, diet, and exercise are capable of influencing our immunity.
In today’s fast-paced life, we are not able to give due attention to our diet and lifestyle all the time. As a result, nutritional deficiencies are becoming more common which can make our immunity weak. Along with a nutritious diet, taking immune boosters can help us to strengthen immunity. Herbal immunity boosters include herbs like Amla, Elaichi, Kesar which are storehouses of multiple phytochemicals that can act on various components of the immune system and help to boost its performance. Amla, for example, is rich in vitamin C which increases the activity of phagocytes that swallow harmful pathogens. It promotes the growth and spread of white blood cells known as lymphocytes. Its antioxidant action strengthens the skin’s barriers and prevents the entry of harmful compounds into the body. Vitamin C helps shorten the duration and severity of colds caused by viruses, reduces lung inflammation of viral infections. Similarly, Elaichi or cardamom is packed with many antioxidant compounds that may help protect cells from damage and slow down and prevent inflammation in the body.
Many herbs like Kesar, Talispatra used in immunity booster formulations have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant actions and help the body to fight pathogens. Herbs like Jayphal, Jatamansi are known to reduce stress and anxiety. This reduction in stress can help in the proper functioning of the immune system. They also help to get quality sleep. Thus, by improving the functioning of various body systems, these herbal ingredients of immunity boosters can help in improving immunity.
A varied diet, regular exercise, and hydration play more of a significant role in keeping the immune system strong. Along with them, sensible use of immune boosters can help you to enhance immunity.
Q. Can I boost my immune system against viruses?
A. Our immune system does a very important job of protecting us from the number of disease-causing microorganisms. It is made up of multiple components that require balance and harmony to function properly. Many factors such as exercise, diet, and stress have an impact on its functioning. By modifying these factors one can improve overall health including immunity.
Resorting to a healthy, balanced diet is a first step towards boosting immunity. Include green leafy vegetables like spinach, broccoli, asparagus in the diet. They are an excellent source of vitamins, antioxidants that support the functioning of the immune system. Citrus fruits like lemon, oranges, guava, amla are rich in vitamin C which boost immunity. Prebiotics such as yogurt, buttermilk help in the increasing function of healthy gut bacteria which strengthens immunity. Avoid excess sugar intake as it slows down the immune response.
Regular physical activity helps to gain overall good health and a healthy immune system. Just 20 minutes of daily moderate exercise like running, jogging can stimulate the immune system and protect you from long term inflammatory diseases like arthritis, obesity. Exposure to sunlight is also essential as it energizes infection-fighting T cells that play a key part in immunity. Similarly, getting good quality sleep also supports the adequate functioning of the immune system. Managing stress, depression is critical for boosting immunity. Engaging in stress-relieving activities like meditation, Yoga, Pranayam is known to help in boosting immunity.
Q. Which vitamins boost the immune system?
A. Vitamins are essential constituents of our diet that have long been known to influence the immune system. Fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and water-soluble vitamins like B and C are particularly crucial for healthy immune systems.
Vitamin C is one of the biggest immune system boosters of all. It helps encourage the production of important immune system cells such as lymphocytes and phagocytes, which help protect the body against infection. Fruits like Amla, papaya, guava are rich in vitamin C.
Vitamin A is known as an anti-inflammation vitamin because of its critical role in enhancing immune function. It plays a significant role in the formation of the epithelial lines of organs which functions as the “front line” of defense against pathogens. Most dietary provitamin A comes from leafy green vegetables such as spinach, broccoli; orange and yellow vegetables; tomato products, fruits, and some vegetable oils.
Vitamin D- This sunshine vitamin, plays an important role in the proper functioning of the immune system. Vitamin D can modulate innate and adaptive immune responses. Its deficiency is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as increased susceptibility to infection. Mushrooms, fortified soya milk, and juices are dietary sources of vitamin D. Getting adequate sunlight is most important to get enough vitamin D.
Vitamin E is a key vitamin for healthy skin, eyes, and strong immunity. Supplementation of vitamin E is known to increase lymphocyte cell production, natural killer cell activity, immunoglobulin levels, antibody responses. Nuts and seeds such as hazelnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, peanut butter, and pistachios provide reasonable amounts of this antioxidant vitamin.
Q. How to increase the immunity power in adults?
A. Increasing immunity is easier said than done. It requires several dietary and lifestyle modifications. An immune system like any other body system, needs good, regular nourishment to work efficiently. This highlights the importance of a healthy and nutritious diet. Whole plant foods like vegetables, legumes, fruits, nuts are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that may give you an upper hand against harmful pathogens. The fiber in plant-based foods feeds healthy bacteria harboring in your gut and support the building of strong immunity. Fermented foods like curd, kimchi are rich in beneficial bacteria called probiotics. They help in increasing the immunity power. Limit the intake of added sugars and refined carbs as they lead to weight gain and reduced immunity.
Moderate exercises can boost the immune system. Engage in any kind of exercise like brisk walking, jogging, swimming, or steady bicycling for at least 30 minutes per day. Regular Yoga practice offers several health benefits including enhanced immunity power and reduced inflammation. Shalabhasana, Tadasana, Dandasana are few asanas that can help to improve immunity.
Getting sufficient daily sleep is a key for healthy and strong immune system. Sleep and immunity are interlinked and affect each other as shown by many studies. Make sure you get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night. Manage your stress as long term stress, anxiety adversely affects the functioning of the immune system. Practice meditation, Pranayam, light exercises, yoga helps to lower stress and uplift overall health.
Rational use of herbal supplements like Herbofit may strengthen your body’s general immune response. Herbs like Amla, Ashwagandha, Tulsi are packed with Phytochemicals, micronutrients like Vitamin C, antioxidants that help in increasing immunity power in adults.
Q. How to increase the immunity power in children?
A. Adopting healthy dietary and personal hygiene habits is the key to improving immunity in children. Children’s diets should include a variety of vegetables, grains, and fruits such as carrots, green beans, oranges, bananas, strawberries. These are rich immunity-boosting phytonutrients like vitamin C, carotenoids and antioxidants help in increasing the body’s production of infection-fighting white blood cells and antibodies. Try to get your child to eat fruits for dessert like oranges and blueberries. Breast milk contains immunity-enhancing antibodies and white blood cells and is the most important and natural way of supporting new-born baby’s immunity. Breastfeeding wards off some common infections during infancy. Therefore, it is highly recommended to exclusively breastfed babies for the first six months of their life.
Lack of sleep is linked to weak immunity as it hampers the production of the immune system’s microbe attacking cells like natural killer cells. Children in day-care are particularly at risk for sleep deprivation because of all the activities going around them. Make sure your child gets quality sleep in sufficient quantity. Encourage your child to be playful. Outdoor playing is a good way of getting some exercise, fresh air, and also the “sunshine vitamin” known as vitamin D. Every single cell in the body including that of the immune system requires vitamin D to function properly.
Make sure your child embrace hygiene habits in day to day life. These habits not only help in keeping infections away but also reduces stress on the developing immune system. Make your child wash hands after using the bathroom, before meals, and when he or she is sick. Occasionally catching an infection is pretty common during childhood but avoids unnecessary use of antibiotics. They not only wipe out pathogenic bacteria but deplete the beneficial bacteria in the gut microbiome. This microbiome consists of many bacteria that are helpful to the body as well as to the immune system. Follow the vaccination schedule.
Ayurvedic supplements like Herbofit are also beneficial in boosting immunity when regularly consumed with a nutritious diet.