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Big data from world's largest citizen science microbiome project shows how factors such as diet, antibiotics and mental health status can influence the microbial and molecular makeup of your gut

May 15, 2018 
University of California - San Diego
Diet. The number of plant types in a person's diet plays a role in the diversity of his or her gut microbiome -- the number of different types of bacteria living there. No matter the diet they prescribed to (vegetarian, vegan, etc.), participants who ate more than 30 different plant types per week (41 people) had gut microbiomes that were more diverse than those who ate 10 or fewer types of plants per week (44 people).
Chyawanprash is the great invention that has more than 53 different plants in one. No other product in any part of the world medicinal system has any tonic like this with more than 50 different plants. Again modern research is proving the uniqueness of Ayurveda..


This research shows that Chyawanprash Regular consumption   for a period of six months could significantly improve immunity, energy levels, physical fitness, strength, stamina and quality of life in school going healthy children. 

Chyawanprash prevents cancer by reducing genotoxic effects

Chyawanprash prevents cancer in smokers

Chyawanprash has Malaxis acuminata  a small, terrestrial orchid, of Himalayas is a polyherbal immune-booster nutraceutical 'Chyavanprash', known to restore vigour, vitality and youthfulness.  A significantly higher antioxidant potential  with comparatively higher sun protection factor (SPF) was seen.There is also presence of many bioactive metabolites such as, dietary fatty acids, α-hydroxy acids, phenolic acids, sterols, amino acids, sugars and glycosides which substantially explain the use of M. acuminata as one of the potential rejuvenator and anti-aging ingredient in many Ayurvedic formulations.

Chyawanprash has Leptadenia reticulata  is a traditional medicinal plant species widely used to treat various ailments such as tuberculosis, hematopoiesis, emaciation, cough, dyspnea, fever, burning sensation, night blindness, cancer, and dysentery. In Ayurveda, it is known for its revitalizing, rejuvenating, and lactogenic properties. The therapeutic potential of this herb is because of the presence of diverse bioactive compounds such as α-amyrin, β-amyrin, ferulic acid, luteolin, diosmetin, rutin, β-sitosterol, stigmasterol, hentricontanol, a triterpene alcohol simiarenol, apigenin, reticulin, deniculatin, and leptaculatin.

Chyawanprash may have beneficial effects on slowing skin photoaging.

 Cyavanaprāsh  administration could prevent DOX-induced acute cardiotoxicity.

Vivartana in chyawanprash has the considerable potential as an immunostimulant and chemoprotectant against CTX induced immunosuppression 

 Cyavanaprāsh enhanced the secretion of all the three cytokines from DC. CHY also stimulated both, macrophage (RAW264.7) as well as NK cell activity, in vitro. In conclusion, the data substantiates the immunoprotective role of CHY at cellular level mediated by immunostimulation in key immune cells viz. dendritic Cells, macrophages and NK cells.

 Cyavanaprāsh is, for example, a patriotic formula, a booster of the immune system, a modern geriatric drug, and one of the elements in canonical Ayurvedic treatments.

Chyawanprash has Oroxylum indicum -Sonapatha has anti-arthritic activity 

Chyawanprash  administration could prevent CDDP induced acute renal toxicity.

Chyawanprash may prove to be a useful remedy for the management of Alzheimer's disease owing to its antioxidant effect, pro-cholinergic action and/or antiamnesic potential.

  Chyawanprash may be looked upon as a useful memory enhancer in aged animals by virtue of its antioxidant effect, pro-cholinergic action, improved learning ability, and increased retention capacity.

Chyawanprash increased the macrophage activity and their number indicating enhancement of non-specific immune response and reduction of chances of infection. Chyawanprash Plus efficiently protected Cyclosporine A induced immunosuppression suggesting the immunoprotective role of the aforesaid herbal formulations.

Chyawanprash is an ancient Indian dietary supplement containing vitamin C (34 mg/100 g) derived from amla (Emblica officinalis). Chyawanprash reduces postprandial glycemia in the oral glucose tolerance test and reduces blood cholesterol level to a significantly greater extent than vitamin C.


Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is one of the most antioxidant rich foods on Earth. In a test of over 3,000 foods, amla turned out to be the number-one antioxidant-rich food. Amla powder can be blended into a morning smoothie for a hefty antioxidant boost.

Amla may be effective in treating diabetes, and in an in vitro study, amla demonstrated nearly the same ability as a leading chemotherapy drug in cutting tumor growth, and the amla powder preserved and even enhanced normal cell growth.

Amla has been used in Ayurvedic, Chinese, and Thai medicine for centuries, and preclinical studies have shown that it possesses many disease-combatting properties. It has also been used as a snake venom neutralizer and hair tonic, and may be an effective component in homemade mouthwash.”

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A clinical study of Ashwagandha ghrita and Ashwagandha granules for its Brumhana and Balya effect.


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