This is the burning question I had from the childhood when I use to see ads for dabur ka chywanprash ?
I feel like I need to go to Himalayas to get the right answer 🙂
What does it have that we need to eat it everyday ?
Does it help in anyway ?
Here is my theory
We Indians eat few things everyday like cardamom, haldi ( turmeric ) etc , Right ?
All indian sabzis prep start with oil, jeera and mohri .
but what about micronutrient like ashwagandha, asparagus, amla which we know are anti cancer but we don’t consume .
Thats why I just consume chywanprash in hope that it helps , I am sure it does not have any side effects or chemicals which can harm us ,
so why not ?
Its not that expensive,
This 12 1KG bottle of dabur chywanprash cost 13$ , thats kinda expensive but anything for health . Jan hia to jahan hai .
A box will last you for a month unless you start using that damn thing like jam or peanut butter .
One thing I noticed that its quite sweet , It must have lot of honey , otherwise it would tasted like shit .
They also have sugarless version , I generally prefer sugar version as sugarless versions generally do more damage than it does good. There was a time I use to use splenda a lot , I mean ,you are talking about 10 sachet a day
It really affected my health . Now I am only use normal versions of everythings.
Are the ingredients organic in chyawanprash?
Nobody really knows, everyone claims its organic .
How much sugar does chyawanprash have?
10g per spoon ( 15g) ,
Extrapolate it 1KG -666g
Almost half KG sugar per 1 KG ..but thats ok , otherwise it would have tasted like rotten poop ..
Dabur or Patanjali which chyawanprash is better ?
Both are pretty much same in contents.They all have amla gooseberry as primary ingredient .Dabur has been in market for very long, So I would trust it more, Patanjali is relatively new entrant so I would be careful until..untill long time studies proof it to be safe.