InterPlexus Inc., AmlaPaste, Chyawanprash, 17.65 oz (500 g)26 Reviews
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1.42 lbs (0.64 kg)
- Product Code: INP-00488
- UPC Code: 8901207004889
- Package Quantity: 17.65 oz (500 g)
- Dimensions: 2.9 x 2.9 x 5.8 in, 1.2 lbs (0.54 kg)
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- Food Supplement with Herbs & Spices
Natural Fruit and Herbal Supplement
The main ingredient is Amla (Botanical name: Emblica Officinalis) also known as Indian Gooseberry or Chyawanprash. AmlaPaste is a botanical concentrate of 43 natural ingredients including fruits and herbs, that are gently steeped and cooked together. It is made according to a 2,000 year old traditional recipe.
1 tablespoonful twice daily to be taken with warm milk or water. May be taken as bread spread also.
Emblica officinalis (fresh fruit), crystal sugar, honey, clarified butter, piper longum (fruit), sesamum indicum (oil), ipomoea digitata (tuber), elettaria cardamomum (fruit), bambusa arundinacea (siliceous secretion), dioscorea bulbifera (tuber), withania somnifera (root), asparagus racemosus (root), cinnamomum zeylanicum (bark), inula racemosa (root), aegle marmelos (root), desmodium gangeticum (root), gmelina arborea (root), oroxylum indicum (root), premna integrifolia (root), solanum indicum (root), solanum xanthocarpum (root), stereospermum suaveolens (root), tribulus terrestris (root), uraria picta (root), sida cordifolia (whole plant), phaseolus trilobus (whole plant), teramnus labialis (whole plant), pistacia integerrima (galls), phyllanthus niruri (whole plant), leptadenia reticulata (whole plant), terminalia chebula (fruit), tinospora cordifolia (stem), curcuma zedoaria (rhizome), cyperus rotundus (rhizome), boerhavia diffusa (whole plant), nymphaea stellata (flower), adhatoda vasica (leaves), glycyrrhiza glabra (root), martynia diandra (fruit), vitis vinifera (fruit), santalum album (heart wood), syzygium aromaticum (bud), mesua ferrea (flower), cinnamomum tamala (leaves), potassium sorbate.
Suitable for vegetarians.
Not suitable for diabetics.
Store in a cool, dry place.
|Serving Size: 1 Teaspoonful (15 g)|
|Servings Per Container: about 33|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||0|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||11 g||4%|
|Not a significant source of saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, or calcium.|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
iHerb Customer Reviews
It's too much spicy for me :( I bought also chyawanprash from Himalaya Herbal Healthcare (also from iHerb), that taste was much better!
I eat this every day. It tastes wonderful, rich and dark and very spicy. I know that some reviewers knock this chyawanprash because it has some preservative in it, but the organic one I tried just didn't have the punch that this does. If I am still craving food after a meal, I eat a spoon of this and I am done, craving ended. Health benefits? I can't say specifically as I am taking a wide range of supplements, but I just LOVE LOVE LOVE this stuff and it feels right to me, so I am going to go on eating it!