What is Amlaprash?
TBOF Amlaprash is a limited edition version of our traditional Chyawanprash recipe, made specially for the fall and winter months, with added amlas for an extra boost of Vitamin C and immunity.
It is made using fresh Amla or Indian Gooseberry, Mishri / Rock Sugar, Desi Ghee and other herbs. It aids digestion, is anti ageing, and helps maintain healthy skin, hair, teeth and bones.
Why Two Brothers Organic Farms Amlaprash?
NO Binders or artificial Flavoring
Contains Two Brothers Organic Farms A2 Gir cow cultured ghee.
Made using Handpicked nutritious farm-fresh Gooseberry/ Amla.
Contains unrefined sugar or Mishri
Handmade in small batches.
What are the benefits of consuming Two Brothers Organic Farms Amlaprash?
Great for digestion. Amla or Indian Gooseberry is rich in fibre balancing stomach acids. It promotes the digestion of food and the absorption of nutrients into the blood. It also provides relief in constipation, reduces flatulence, and relieves nausea and diarrhoea. Mishri also aids digestion.
Anti-ageing features. It’s potent antioxidant and rejuvenating properties delays the ageing of cells. It also promotes youthfulness and longevity. With an ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value of 1770, Amla or Indian Gooseberry has almost twice the antioxidant power of Acai and about 17 times that of Pomegranate
Boosts the immune system. Amla or Indian Gooseberry contains 30 times more vitamin C than oranges. Amlaprash is a powerful immunity booster. It protects the body from bacterial, viral, and fungal infections.
Helps boost Haemoglobin levels Mishri increases Haemoglobin levels and also regenerates blood circulation in the body.
What is the recommended dosage?
In the morning on an empty stomach, either 15 minutes prior to dinner or 2 hours after dinner. Do not consume anything for at least half an hour after consuming Amlaprash. One teaspoon could be taken twice a day for adults, and once a day for children.
Pregnant women should consult a physician before taking Amlaprash as a supplement.
What are the physical attributes of Amlaprash?
The concoction is brown, sticky, and tastes sweet and sour.