Chawanprash

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Tigersnest
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Chawanprash

Post by Tigersnest » Wed Sep 16, 2015 7:10 pm

Does this look like it is well made to anyone http://gonegreenstore.com/lotus-bloomin ... 18a53642aa

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Re: Chawanprash

Post by Ayu » Wed Sep 16, 2015 8:39 pm

Looks like an expensive bluff package. Every spice and herb is a certain kind of "Functional Food Formula".
To gain some knowledge about spices makes more sense than purchasing a small expensive box of herbes. IMO. :smile:
There are countless sources about Ayurvedic spices. If you have knowledge about that, you can create your individually fitting diet.
For example: http://www.natural-cure-guide.com/natur ... ooking.htm
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Re: Chawanprash

Post by topazdreamz » Thu Sep 17, 2015 3:38 am

Looks very good to me. I have also tried it and it tasted really potent and delicious. Maybe even my favorite chyawanprash - and I have tasted quite a few. But I'm not an expert, only an enthusiast.

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Re: Chawanprash

Post by dreambow » Sat Sep 19, 2015 12:06 am

Interesting spicy stuff...but its got a lot of ghee in it.

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Re: Chawanprash

Post by SeeLion » Sun Sep 20, 2015 5:03 am

Chyawanprash is nice, but I don't think one can rely on descriptions or jar shape.

Not sure if you can look into how reputable the producer is.

On the other hand, it probably can't be bad.

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