Hi friends,Today my post is about Dabur Chyawanprash Awaleh, Dabur Chyawanprash has a tangy sweet-sour taste. It can be taken directly or with milk. In winters, have a glass of warm milk and in summers, Dabur Chyawanprash has anti-oxidant properties & strengthens your body’s internal defense mechanism, the immune system.

Dabur Chyawanprash is derived from 2,500-year-old Ayurvedic formula and contains extract of Amla fruit pulp along with the combination of plant extracts and herbs. The ingredients of Dabur Chyawanprash prevent cough and cold, and enhance body immunity.  These extracts are refined for producing traditional goodness along with excellent quality. This is completely chemical free, safe, and natural.


  • Reinforces the immune system and helps fight disease
  • Totally chemical-free, natural and safe
  • Strengthens your body’s internal defense mechanism with anti-oxidant properties

Chyawanprash is an ayurvedic medicine and a dietary supplement prepared by ancient methods. Nutritional Benefits of Chyawanprash include zero percent cholesterol; no Trans-fat, calories from fats are minimal and rich in vitamin C.

Directions of use: 
The taste is tangy sweet and you can take it directly or along with bread and milk. You can consume 1-2 teaspoons daily for rejuvenating your body.
In summer, you can also have a glass of cold milk with Dabur Chyawanprash.
In winters you can also have a glass of warm milk after consuming Chyawanprash.

Therapeutic Indications

Chyawanprash helps in many diseases by improving body defense mechanism to fight against external stimuli and factors that cause a disease in the body.

Side Effects

Chyawanprash is an Ayurvedic health tonic used to maintain health and improve the immune system of the body. It helps in fighting off the diseases and prevents the illnesses. There are no or minimal side effects reported with the use of Chyawanprash. A few side effects may appear in people who are more prone to indigestion, gas, abdominal bloating, loose stools and abdominal distention. The regular intake of Chyawanprash may increase these symptoms, but does not cause them itself.

The most of these side effects come to notice when people eating Chyawanprash with milk. It may be due to the use of milk as an adjuvant.