Curejoy Expert James Dudley Explains:
Chyawanprash, is pretty popular among the Indian families and there are hardly anyone who isn’t aware of this ancient multifunctional supplement. It has anti-oxidant properties and strengthens your body’s internal defence mechanism and yes, to your question, it also boosts your immune system, thereby protecting you from everyday infections, cough, cold and stress etc.
This age-old formulation contains a number of herbs like Amla (Indian Gooseberry), known to be one of the best antioxidants, Giloy known to have immuno modulatory properties, and has more than 40 other natural ingredients, to boost immunity.
To be precise, Chyawanprash’s magnificent brew of Ayurvedic herbs strengthens the body’s natural defence mechanism by stimulating your NK cells (Natural Killer Cells). These NK cells assist in fighting with virus and bacteria in your body, thus giving us increased immunity from various infections. Thus, there is no doubt that to the question whether it boosts the immune system or not, as it surely does.
Moreover, since it is made from natural herbs and ingredients, Chyawanprash also doesn’t have any side effects. A healthy diet and lifestyle are a must to support Chyawanprash in building your immunity shield.
Other Things That Helps You Boost Immunity
Healthy Diet: Heathy diet is a solution to almost all the health related issues. Thus, have a diet that includes fresh vegetables and fruits rich in anti-oxidants and essential nutrients to keep your immune system strong.
Water: Drinking at least 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to flush out toxins from your system also helps boost immune system.
Sleep: Sleeping is another aspect of life which has an intense effect on the overall health. Therefore, try to get adequate sleep (6 to 8 hours every night); sleep has been linked to balanced hormone levels. Moreover, this also boosts immunity.
Physical Activity or Exercise: Sustained moderate exercise can support the immune system by increasing blood circulation and oxygenating the body.
Stress: Use Yoga, meditation and work towards meaningful and compassionate relationships while accepting yourself and your situations as they are.