Chyawanprash von Nimi 250 Gramm: Antioxidantien, Immunsystem stärken, Langlebigkeit, Verjüngung, Vitamin C - Ayurveda Produkte
Chyawanprash from Nimi 250 grams

Chyawanprash from Nimi 250 grams

CHF 17.50

Ayurvedic Rasayana for physical and mental strengthening without simple sugar to strengthen the immune system and for regeneration in states of exhaustion and emaciation. Gives stability and supports recovery.

We also recommend the Chyavanprasam, which was elaborately produced in the gold version with honey as a delicious strengthening tonic:
Premium Gold Chyavanprasam against springtime tiredness

Title: 250 Gramm Glas
250 Gramm Glas
500 Gramm Glas
Nur noch 6 Artikel an Lager!
Artikelnummer: 11302
Hersteller: Nimi
Verfügbarkeit: An Lager


The Ayurvedic superfood Chyawanprash or also Chyvanprash, called Chyavanprasan, is a delicious herbal fruit of the most famous and important Ayurvedic recipes for strengthening the immune system and for regeneration.

Ideal for autumn and winter days or just like that. The herbal fruit pulp Chyawansprash is still today elaborately based on traditional original recipes produced.

In addition to the main ingredient of the Amla fruit, more than 40 herbs and other high-quality ingredients are traditionally used in its production.

Including the clarified one Butter gheethat has been freed from animal proteins, honey and shakara (almost basic and therefore healthy cane sugar).

The Amla fruit is high in vitamin C, has a sour taste and is beneficial to health.

According to the list of ingredients, Nimi's Chyawanprash also contains jaggery - whole cane sugar.

The Chyawana pasam from Kairali contains no sugar, instead honey and fructose. The original recipe has proven itself over millennia and is known for its health-promoting properties on a physical and mental level.

Chyawanprash protects you and your loved ones from exhaustion and emaciation. Provides stability and supports recovery processes of all kinds.

Chyavanprash as a tonic

Chyavanprash is an Ayurvedic dietary supplement. It is suitable for strengthening the immune system and strengthens the immune system and general well-being. Chyavanprash has been used in India for centuries. It calms the Vata, Pitta and Kapha doshas. First clues on Chyavanprash go back 3,000 years.

According to the old Ayurvedic text "Charaka Samhita", the first and oldest Ayurvedic treatise, can Chyavanprash be consumed daily (1-2 teaspoons are sufficient). If you take Chyavanprash daily, it supports digestion and helps to achieve a balanced and stress-free state of mind.

"The administration creates longevity, memory, insight, health, youthfulness, shine, complexion, excellent voice, strength of the body and the senses, strength to implement what is spoken, bows (by others) and other positive characteristics."

like in "Charaka Samhita"Described:

Legend of Chyavanprash

According to an old legend: Once upon a time there was an old king who married a young woman named Sukanya. She was very unhappy because the king was too old for her. So she turned to a saint named Chyavan. He gave her a rejuvenating agent, which mainly consisted of the amla fruit. She gave this to the king once a day and soon he was again in full possession of his mental and physical strength and they lived happily ever after.

Making Chyavanprash

Most of the herbs in the recipe for Chyavanprash are boiled in water and then the dried extract is mixed with honey. Then the aromatic herbal powders cardamom, cinnamon and cloves are added. The finished product is like a sugar syrup, but with a slightly sour and slightly spicy taste. Hhhmmm ..

Chyavanprash benefits

Digestion and immune system The amla fruit in Chyavanprash contains 30 times more vitamin C than an orange and helps to strengthen the immune system. Daily intake of Chyavanprash strengthens digestion, improves food intake and balances stomach acids.

Additional advantages An authentic, real Chyavanprash - as you can buy it at Ayurvda Paradies - improves your complexion and fights bacterial infections, especially of the skin. It can also support hair growth and improve the absorption of calcium, thereby strengthening bones and teeth.

Amalaki The Amalaki fruit (Amla, Latin Emblica officinalis, German Indian gooseberry) is the main ingredient after cane sugar (of course no industrial sugar) and honey. According to the ancient Ayurvedic texts, Amalaki supports and renews the tissues and increases the number of red blood cells. It cleans your mouth, strengthens your teeth and gums, nourishes your bones - Amalaki is the richest source of natural vitamin C and contains all six Ayurvedic flavors - with the exception of salty. Amalaki contains calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, carbohydrates, thiamine and riboflavin. Many scientifically reliable studies have confirmed the strengthening of the immune system and protection against infections by Amalaki.

Chyavanprash für Hunde

Chyavanprash for dogs

By the way, our Labrador bitch is really crazy about it. Half a teaspoon per day is enough. She learned this in the European Academy for Ayurveda in Germany in the seminar 'Ayurveda for Animals'.

Buy Chyawanprash, delivered from Switzerland.

Take 1-2 teaspoons for adults approx. 30 min. Before a meal 1-2 times a day. You can also dissolve it in lukewarm organic milk directly from the farmer.

Cane Sugar (Jaggery), Amla (Emblica officinalis), Honey, Ghee (Butyrum), Cardamom, Long Pepper, Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), Vasa (Adhatoda vasica), Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris), Pueraria tuberosa, Bilva (Aegle marmelos), Mustha (Cyperus rotundus), Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus), mixture of Ayurvedic herbs and spices.


Nutritional value per 100gr Energy 1313kJ / 311kcal fat 5.9g of which saturated fatty acids 2.2g carbohydrates 60.3g of which sugar 46.1g fiber 5.3g protein 1.6g salt 0.28g The Nimi Chyawanprash contains the small, South Indian amla fruit, which in Ayurveda has particular power is awarded.

Ayurveda Medizin

Gesund bedeutet ein Gleichgewicht zwischen Körper, Geist und Seele. Oft ignorieren wir diese Weisheit des Ayurveda. Darauf folgen Beschwerden oder gar ernste Krankheiten - körperlich, geistig, seelisch.

Ayurveda MedizinerInnen behandeln sehr komplexe Krankheitsbilder und bereiten den Weg zu ganzheitlicher Genesung. Ayurveda MedizinerInnen werden auf höchstem Niveau mit eidgenössischem Diplom ausgebildet.

Empfehlung: Daher empfehlen wir Ihnen eine umfangreiche ayurvedische Anamnese (Prashna Pariksha genannt).