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Ayurvedic Herbs

Decoding Ayurvedic herbs with Panchamrit

Ayurveda, a centuries-old healing practice, is steeped in the goodness of natural herbs and spices. Think ashwagandha, mulethi, gurmar, turmeric, amla and more. 

So, when our grandmothers were extolling the virtues of medicinal plants, they were on the right track! Plant-based formulations are integral to healing in Ayurveda, but are only used after their properties and applications are fully understood. 

Indian spices too, are used in Ayurvedic wellness products. Obtained from the bark, roots or even seeds of plants, spices are endowed with properties that—when administered in the right proportions—can boost different bodily functions. At Panchamrit, we’re introducing you to a world of wellness, fortified with the goodness of Ayurvedic herbs and spices. Our range of plant-based wellness products tie in perfectly with the teachings of Ayurveda and aid in everything from digestion to better immunity. 

Here are a few Ayurvedic herbs and natural ingredients that you will find in our organic health products, developed to help you be better everyday

1. Ashwagandha 

An important Ayurvedic Rasayana or rejuvenative, the ashwagandha plant is a small shrub that sprouts yellow flowers. Its roots or leaves are usually powdered or used as an extract to treat anxiety and improve focus and concentration. 

2. Chyawanprash

Who hasn’t had a spoonful of Chyawanprash growing up? An Ayurvedic Rasayana, Chyawanprash is a nourishing blend of Ayurvedic herbs that has been in use for over thousands of years. Legend says that this blend was created in ancient times by two sages, to restore youth to an elderly sage named Chyawan. Today, it’s renowned for its rejuvenating and immunity-boosting properties. 

Our offering: Panchamrit Chyawanprash Gummies

3. Valerian Root 

Derived from the Latin word ‘valere’, meaning ‘health or well-being’, valerian root is popularly known as ‘tagar’ in India. In Ayurveda, valerian root is commonly used to treat insomnia. This plant acts as a mild sedative and also has the ability to reduce stress and anxiety. 

Our offerings: Panchamrit Sleep - Melatonin Strip

4. Spices 

Ayurvedic spices like turmeric, ginger, mulethi and more have rich antioxidant properties. They can help boost the immune system and promote oxygen circulation in the body. For instance, turmeric contains curcumin, which is anti-inflammatory, while mulethi is a wonder herb for respiratory and digestive issues. 

Our offerings: Panchamrit Chyawanprash Gummies, Panchamrit Anti-Stress Gummies, Panchamrit Gut Health Effervescents, Panchamrit ACV Effervescent, Panchamrit Triphala Effervescent, Panchamrit Sleep - Melatonin Strip

Filled with the goodness of such potent Ayurvedic herbs and spices, our organic health products are crafted with vetted experts, to prevent and treat different health concerns. Better still, they’re absolutely easy to carry around. Simply pop them into your bags and make them your healthy lifestyle choice, everyday.

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