Age Ayurveda Immunity Kit Products:
Nutrijam is a preparation of Amla (Avaleha), inspired completely by Chyawanprash. Nutrijam was conceived to provide a product with identical properties to Chyawanprash for the European market. It was launched in 2009 in Europe. Since the consistency of Avaleha’s is similar to that of jams, it was called “Nutrijam”, more-over to inspire Europeans to consume it in that manner by maybe applying to the toast for breakfast.Chyawanprash is the most popular of all Ayurvedic preparations not just in India but worldwide. According to the ancient text, the preparation was conceived by the learned sage Chyawan Rishi, and hence named after him as “Chyawanprash”.
Turmeric is a plant that has a very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years in India. Ayurvedic medical treatises and authoritative books, have documented these uses. The famous Sage(MAHARSHI) Sushruta in his compilation of Ayurvedic text, dating back to 250 BC, has mentioned the use of turmeric with its antiseptic properties. He has recommended an ointment containing turmeric to relieve the effects of poisoned food. Ayurvedic text and authoritative books mentions its usages in treatment for various respiratory conditions e.g., asthma, bronchial hyperactivity, and allergy, as well as liver disorders, anorexia, rheumatism, diabetic wounds, runny nose, cough, and sinusitis. Turmeric has also been used to treat sprains and swelling, It is considered a digestive and a herb to reduce flatulence. Ayurvedic practitioners use turmeric to expel phlegm (kapha) as well as to open blood vessels in order to improve blood circulation.
In Ayurvedic practices, one of the properties includes strengthening the energy of the body, dispelling worms, improving digestion, regulating menstruation, dissolving gallstones, and relieving arthritis. Many South Asian countries use turmeric as an antiseptic for cuts, burns, and bruises, and as an antibacterial agent. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory agent, and as a remedy for gastrointestinal discomfort associated with irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive disorders. It is also used to purify blood and treat skin conditions. It can be incorporated into foods, including rice and bean dishes, to improve digestion and reduce gas and bloating. It is a cholagogue, stimulating bile production in the liver and encouraging excretion of bile via the gallbladder, which improves the body’s ability to digest fats. Sometimes, turmeric mixed with milk or water is taken to treat intestinal disorders as well as colds and sore throats.
Nasja tel (oil), is prepared by shastriya method with pure herbs for nasal health. The oil was prepared with a clear sense to introduce these pungent yet effective oils for the European markets. This product was then formulated to keep the efficacy and intact and it was launched in 2009 in Europe. Nasja oil has medicinal properties like shadbindu and Annu oil. It is used to restore the vitality of the respiratory system, hydrate the nasal passages and promote proper breathing, resulting in enhanced nasal
immunity. Nasja oil addresses the following conditions efficaciously, such as congestion, headaches, migraine, allergies, sinusitis, rhinitis and other nasal infections.
Administration procedure: Lie on your back with the head tilted backwards and put 4 drops of nasja oil in each nostril. Keep lying for a minute or so, to allow the oil to seep into the passages and penetrate.
Administer these drops on an empty stomach.
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