Misalignment and lack of awareness during practice or even everyday activities can lead to neck pain, which is very frequent. These include routine daily motions that require repetitive forward movements, bad posture, or the propensity to hold your head still. The likelihood of developing discomfort in this region of your body is common, and it is simple for that pain to spread to your shoulders and back. Headaches and even injuries can result from neck pain..
You should start your practice with Sukshma Vyayam or other subtle exercises. When practicing yoga, you should warm up by gently rotating your hips, arms, wrists, head, and neck as well as mobilizing your ankles to gradually warm up the joints. Walk quickly around the area to stretch and relax your muscles. By doing this, you'll get your body ready for practice and lower your risk of being hurt.
Make sure your body is fully warmed up before attempting any poses that require you to bend your back, such as Camel Pose and Snake Pose.
Take a Core Test
After elevating your feet, tuck your legs into your chest for a full five seconds before lifting them all the way up to ensure you have the appropriate core strength.
Locate a comfortable place to rest your head.
Rest the base of your palm at the top of your nose and extend your middle finger to the top of your head to determine where you should place your head on the floor. This area enables your
Practice Inversions Safely
Rotate your forearms and elbows toward the floor while performing a headstand.
Verify that you are not experiencing any pressure or sensation in your head.
When you are in the stance, keep your head still at all times. Also, use a spotter if possible.
It is advisable to do yoga and regular stretching in the morning to combat this. This may help with issues including discomfort or stiffness in the shoulders and neck. Use these yoga practices in your practice at least three times per week.
To prevent neck pain, there are a few poses that call for particular caution. There are many steps you can take to ensure that you are performing yoga in a way that is suitable for your body, level of ability, and desired objectives.
Bird Dog, A Variation of Marjariasana
The transverse abdominals and the back can both benefit from more strength training with this yoga position.
While on all fours and using double mats for enhanced knee protection and cushioning, extend one arm and the opposing leg. After pausing to take a breath, switch sides.
5 times on each side of the repetition
Helpful for supporting the back and abs.
Enhances spinal health
Fosters mental focus
Ustrasana (Camel Pose) - Gently crouch down on the yoga mat or on a soft surface.
Hands should be placed on hips.
Next, gradually begin to arch your back.
When the arms are straight, slide your palms over your ankles.
Don't put any stress on your neck by leaving it in a neutral position.
After exhaling, slowly return to the starting position.
Sarpasana (Snake Pose)
Lie on your stomach with your hands clasped behind your back;
Take a big breath in and hold it for a few seconds (this is known as Kumbakh);
Raise your head, shoulders, and chest as high as you can;
Keep your feet firmly planted on the ground;
Hold the position for ten breaths.
Limit Your Digital Usage
We wind up using digital gadgets like smartphones, computers, and tablets for the majority of our waking hours as a result of our current lifestyles.
According to recently completed research, people are thought to use their smartphones for an average of 4 hours every day. This can total an incredible 1,400 hours per year, which is completely unnecessary. Long periods of sitting and all these unhealthy practices can cause bad posture and stiffness in the neck and shoulder regions.
The amount of stress that has been bottled up may be a major contributing factor to stiffness in the neck, shoulder, and back. The stored nervous energy that is present in the neck and shoulder area while you are under stress causes a great deal of pain. You can relax your muscles with the aid of gentle yoga asanas, breathing techniques, and meditation. Spend a few minutes each day and notice how your stress levels change. (Himalayan Siddha Akshar is the founder of Akshar Yoga Institutions, Himalaya Yoga Ashrama, and World Yoga Organisation)
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New Delhi, Jan 29 (IANSlife) As much as the sun is fiery and all about passion and high-octane energy, the moon on the opposite side is cooling, calming, and very creative in nature. Ardha Chandrasana as the name says particularly this posture brings serenity, and tranquility to the moon. It brings the shine and hue of light from within. Lunar energy helps you develop empathy, compassion, creativity, and connect with hearts. Talents are the sign of representation of moon subtleties and grace.
The push and pulls of life stretch people to sit for late hours at work, till the sun rises. Long hours of sitting continuously lead to tight gluteus, quads, and hamstrings muscles. Ardha Chandrasana also known as Half Moon pose is a perfect posture for those.
Because every asana is about geometry, our inner geometry corresponds to the geometry of the outside world, the Universe. This must also be flawless in terms of symmetry. So, when it comes to angles, make sure that you have deep relaxation in your body and mind and achieve the appropriate posture with the right alignment of your palms to shoulders and hands above, the leg that is down absolutely stable and deeply anchored for you to get anchored in your own self as well. The beauty of Ardha Chandrasana is the combination of being anchored and soaring in this posture.
It's standing and a challenging posture.
Like the moon goes through phases to reach the full moon. To achieve the perfect posture we also need to practice preparatory postures. Make sure your sensibilities, your senses, and your awareness are all conjured up together, and with absolute grace and softness of being you hold this posture and don't use aggression anywhere, because aggression doesn't allow you to balance, it will tip the balance. It may also cause injuries. So, one needs to warm up well before getting into the actual pose. You can do compound movements or any individual muscle group movements for warm-ups with gentle breath in and out, stretching every body part, especially your shoulders, back, lower back, gluteus, and hamstrings which are going to play in this posture.
How to Do:
Stand with Legs apart, Bend in Trikonasana, Breathe in slowly raise your leg up and try to balance on one foot and one arm. Try holding as much as comfortable. Repeat on another side. Focusing your attention on the upward movement of the hand and the alignment, being perpendicular to the ground is so important that leads to stability of the mind which we call "Sthirtha" in Yoga.
Strengthening Core Muscles: Strengthening your core muscles translates into strengthening confidence.
Improves Body Balance: Practicing it on both sides keeps you well co-ordinate and deeply anchored into your being and mentally stable. Ardha Chandrasana in particular also helps you to bring equanimity to the fore, calmness, and serenity, once again Chandra representing the moon is all about coolness being collected, getting integrated, and balanced.
Strengthens Your Legs: When you strengthen your legs, it helps to maintain your energy throughout the day precisive with clarity.
Good Body Stretch: Stretching on other hand expands spaces on your own being and helps you move your fluids and air-ether element better. When an air-ether element is stable your movement and mental state also become stable.
Cellular Regeneration: When done together, all kinds of stretches and bends contract most of our toxins in organs. When we stretch fresh nutrients and oxygen-laden blood gets into our organs. So, rejuvenating our organs and cellular regeneration is very good.
Holding postures for an extended time helps us improve concentration, focus, determination, and Sankalp. With Sankalp, we can achieve anything.
All Yoga postures translate into a stable, strong, confident personality. People who master Ardha Chandrasana are disciplined, they are very focused, determined, and most important they are visionary people. (Dr. Mickey Mehta is a Global leading holistic health guru/corporate life)
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An increase in the body's normal reaction to stress, fear, or excitement is what causes panic attacks. The body, the psyche, and one's general health can all be impacted by the symptoms of panic attacks. Negative thoughts and uncomfortable physical sensations, such as rapid heartbeat, perspiration, and heavy breathing, are frequently present during panic attacks. A person's quality of life can be negatively impacted by panic attacks, even if some people are more prone to them than others.
Despite the difficulties caused by panic attacks, there are strategies to control the symptoms and lessen worry. Yoga is a centuries-old discipline that can aid in reducing anxiety and controlling panic attack symptoms. Additionally, yoga can improve mindfulness, lessen anxiety, and help with stress management.
How Yoga Can Help with Panic Disorder?
There are various symptoms associated with anxiety and panic like tightness, feelings of tension and pain sensitivity. Yoga asanas can help ease the physical discomfort that comes with anxiety and panic attacks. The practice works to lengthen, stretch and balance the muscles of the body. The asanas also assist in releasing stiffness and built-up muscle tension throughout the body.
Additionally, by gradually modifying the posture of the body, asanas can also bring about a change in the mentality of a person. Yoga allows people to get to know their bodies. Therefore, if the teacher tells a student to "release the shoulder", for example, he/she becomes aware of the posture and gradually learns to release the tension from their body. As a result, they also become less anxious and panicked in their day-to-day lives as they become aware of the tensions and how to let them go.
Another form of supplementary medicine for the mind-body system that has been around for centuries is meditation, which can help calm the mind and induce deep relaxation. A person can concentrate their attention and clear their mind of disorganised thoughts that may be stressing them out. As a result, both physical and emotional health are improved.
Pranayama Effect on Stress and Anxiety
One of the essential elements of yoga practise is pranayama, or the art of controlling breath. The breathing exercises and patterns known as pranayama involve deliberately timing one's inhalations, exhalations, and breath holds. According to research, pranayama might enhance the stress response by soothing the neurological system.
People breathe too quickly when they are nervous. Fast breathing causes the blood to have an excessive amount of oxygen and less relative carbon dioxide, which affects the blood's pH level. This may result in nauseousness, twitching muscles, irritation, dizziness, anxiety, and stress. The blood's pH level, however, returns to normal with calm, controlled breathing. This slows down the heart rate and calms the body and mind.
Yoga and Pranayama to Combat Panic and Anxiety
How To Do:
Sit on the floor with your legs stretched to the sides Exhale while you bring the bottoms of your feet together
Pull the feet toward the pelvis
Drop your knees to the sides
Continue to press your heels together while you take deep breaths
How To Do:
Lie face down on your mat with the arms by the sides
Keep your knees hip-width apart as you bring your heels as close to your glutes as possible
Grasp your ankles with the hands
Inhale while simultaneously lifting the thighs, heels, head, and sternum away from the floor
Pull your shoulders away from the ears and keep your shoulder blades against the back
Hold the pose for 20 to 30 seconds
How To Do:
Stand on the floor with your feet 6 inches apart
Flex your quadriceps (front thigh muscles) to lift the kneecaps
Exhale and fold from your waist
Keep your back, neck, and head in a straight line
Grab your big toes with your hands
While inhaling, straighten the arms and raise the torso to release the hamstrings
While exhaling, fold back down into the forward bend Continue this for several breaths
How To Do:
Sit comfortably with your legs crossed
Place your left hand on the left knee
Exhale and then use your right thumb to close the right nostril
Inhale through the left nostril and then close the left nostril with your fingers
Open the right nostril and exhale
Inhale through the right nostril and then close
Open the left nostril and exhale through the left side
Consider this as one cycle
Continue for up to 5 minutes
Always complete your practice by finishing with an exhalation on the left side
Because we humans do not know how to release tension, it builds up in our bodies and causes discomfort on both a physical and emotional level. We can create a more balanced mental state and reduce stress, panic, and anxiety in our lives by engaging in the ancient practise of yoga, which consists of asanas, meditation, and pranayama. (Dr. Rajeev Rajesh, Chief Yoga Officer, Jindal Naturecure Institute)
Becoming a mother is an act of infinite optimism. Every mark left behind from having a child signifies the mother's status as a superhero, as children grow to perceive them as some of the strongest, kindest and wisest souls. The following postpartum signifies a period of revivification, and the hormonal turbulence can be fatiguing for the body. In such a state, it becomes even more important for new moms to plan ahead to secure health and well-being for themselves, given the responsibilities they're faced with.
Thanks to the age of information, the journey of postpartum needs little demystification, and a plan with ample conviction and steady dedication can go a long way for new moms. The benefits of physical exercise on the mind and body are no longer a thing of speculation, evident from its empirical impact on people from across the world.
The task to choose the right routine for oneself, a routine that balances convenience and efficacy, is what the new mom needs. Getting back to fitness can be hard, and the type of pregnancy and delivery determine when is a good time to start, and a consultation with the doctor is imperative.
Let's take a look at two workout routines that can help new moms adapt to the growing responsibilities of motherhood while ensuring that they stay healthy to tend to their little ones.
Postpartum Functional Training, the postpartum period requires new moms to focus on movement and feel good. Functional training is one of the most common exercises, practiced by amateurs and athletes alike, and can aid the recovery from pregnancy in an immensely effective manner.
A combination of strength training, cardio, and low-intensity aerobic exercises can help new moms strengthen their muscles, boost energy, promote better sleep, relieve stress, and help them lose the extra weight from pregnancy. A combination of exercises mentioned below can form a routine that helps moms strengthen their core, achieve states of relaxation and revive energy levels to take the responsibility of motherhood head-on:
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Core strength can be greatly affected due to pregnancy, and it becomes more important for mothers to focus on building the strength back to return to the fitness levels before conceiving. Pelvic floor exercises such as planks, side-planks leg-lifts, Cat-Cow table tops, glute bridges, and other exercises are some of the options that can be done easily at home, without equipment.
Walking is a simple, refreshing, and effective way to stay active, increase energy, and improve blood-oxygenation levels, and can be done anywhere at any time. This form of low-intensity steady-state cardio can help increase stamina and make new moms proactive, and mindful, and alleviate stress levels, affected by the topsy-turvy hormonal bodily state.
Postnatal Yoga, the myriad asanas, breathing techniques, and transcendental meditation are another elaborate system that new moms can access in order to take control of the period of recovery following delivery. Depending on the nature of the delivery, new moms can start yoga within a few days or weeks from childbirth. Postnatal yoga is a modified, low-intensity yoga practice that increases calmness, reduces irritability and anger, lowers blood pressure, reduces tension in the muscles, and can even benefit moms experiencing depression and anxiety.
'Prana' in Pranayam is defined as the 'life-force', and control over the breath is one of the main ways in which the practice of yoga helps individuals achieve states of awareness and calmness. The postpartum period for mothers can be full of severe mood swings, insomnia, anxiety, and a range of other psychological problems that bear negative effects on the baby and the mother as a whole. Remaining calm and relaxed becomes imperative in the company of infants, as the propensity for fear is greater for a newborn. The various breathing exercises from yoga can help mothers to relieve stress, anxiety, and depression to achieve and in return impart the feeling of calmness and serenity that a baby needs.
Yoga asanas can help greatly with building back strength, remaining active, and attaining rest and relaxation in the postpartum period. Some common poses from Yoga include the cat-cow pose, child's pose, legs-up-the-wall, and the corpse pose (sravasana).
Being mindful of the body postpartum is as crucial as remaining mindful during the time of being pregnancy. New moms should prepare in advance, and consult a doctor to know when the right time to exercise begins. Exercising can be fruitful but oftentimes needs supervision. Trained professionals can help new moms choose the right programs that aid the mother in their postnatal journey of healing and being healed. (Meenakshi Mohanty is a Fitness Expert)
Consistency is among the most underappreciated aspects of fitness. We frequently place a lot of emphasis on the most efficient kind of exercise or what's popular right now, but consistency-building is typically given less attention. The best fitness programme in the world won't help you if you don't stick to it. Because of this, adherence is regarded as the most important component of any workout programme.
A number of aspects, including nutrition, the correct activity programming, and motivation, go into making progress; if any one of these factors fails, it will have a domino effect that will cause you to fail or stagnate. To maintain the proper frame of mind and sufficient drive, one must adhere to and be consistent with their actions.
With fitness goals, consistency helps to motivate people and fosters a sense of accomplishment. Consistency maintenance becomes crucial because of this. This implies that not every session will be fantastic, but what counts is that you showed up, made an effort to move toward your objective, and maintained the momentum.
Everybody experiences days when exercising or working out is completely out of the question, and it's these days that can make or break the momentum. We must make sure that these days are worthwhile. This does not imply that you should work out intensely. Simply put, this means that at the conclusion of days like this, we need to know that we exerted every effort to engage in activities and that we made progress toward our goal.
In order to keep up with our routine on days when we lack motivation, we must engage in enjoyable or simple activities. Here, there are a few straightforward things that can be done.
Some of the easiest things to keep up momentum when you are having a rough day are as follows:
This is a seamless way to ensure that activity gets done without dedicating a separate time to work out. On busy days or days of poor motivation having a step target of something like 10k steps helps you get some activity done without hitting the gym. This can be spread across the day and can be done at your own pace
You do not need an intense workout all the time to reach your goals. Some days backing off and going on a nice long walk can serve as an activity to make sure that you keep up your consistency while also ensuring you clear your mind from a tough day's work. It is very important to not have a black-or-white mindset with exercise and understand that not all days have to be intense.
Not all days have to be intense gym workouts with plenty of machines and weights. Home workouts are a simple and effective way to get done with the activity of the day while still getting in an effective session. The following is a quick and simple way to do a super simple home workout
Upper body warm-up (e.g. arm swings or Shoulder rotations) - 10 reps
Lower body warm-up (e.g. leg swings or High knees) - 10 reps
Primary Workout circuit (Repeat them one after another for 5 rounds)
Exercise 1 - Core (Eg, Crunches or Tall plank sh taps) - 15 reps
Lower-body exercise 1 (Eg, Bodyweight Squats or lunges) - 15 reps
Upper body exercise 1 (Eg Wall push-ups or push-ups) - 10 reps
High-intensity exercise 1 (Eg Inchworms or burpees) - 10 reps
Shoulder stretch - 30 seconds/side
Hamstring stretch - 30 seconds/side
The above is just an example and please be sure to consult your doctor before starting any physical activity or exercise routine.
These days there are so many apps that can help us to quickly be a part of nearby sports and game activities like football, cricket, badminton, tennis, etc. This is a great way to keep it interesting while getting a good high-intensity session in. The great part is that you'll be able to socialize and gain some new friends too in the process.
These are a few strategies you can use to maintain your momentum when things get challenging or when you're lacking motivation. Always keep in mind that any improvement is better than none at all.
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In the early period of the development of Ayurveda, Ashwini Kumars had a great reputation as miraculous wonderful Vaidyas. Chyawan was the descendant of Rishi Maharishi Bhrigu (who was a great personality scholar and who made birth charts of millions of people which is still authentic today). When Chyawan Rishi became very old, he prayed to Ashwini Kumars for his youth recovery. Ashwini Kumars prepared a divine medicine for Sage Chyawan, due to which Rishi Chyawan again attained the youth stage. This divine medicine is called Chyawanprash after the name of Chyawan Rishi.
For this, the Ashwini Kumars discovered eight medicinal plants of Ashtavarga and performed the miracle of making Chyawan Rishi's grumpy, old body young again.
भार्गवश्च्यवन कामी वृद्धः सन् विकृतिं गतः।
वीर्य वर्ण स्वरोयेत कृतोऽश्रिभ्या पुनर्युवा॥ (Bhava Prakash, 1-3)
According to Ayurveda, Chyawanprash is necessary along with medicines given for the diagnosis of weakness, chronic cold and cough including lung and tuberculosis. In Chyawanprash, herbs that increase immunity, Amla, Giloy, and Ashtavarga are in abundance, Chyawanprash also proves to be very helpful in the development of memory, intelligence, and body.
Chyawanprash also known as Chyavanaprasam is an effective supplement with almost 50 ingredients to fight bacteria(disease-causing), improves the digestion process, strengthens your body internally, helps in blood purification, and prevents catching minor infections. Chyawanprash is manufactured by the renowned ayurvedic companies Dabur, Baidyanath, Zhandu, Multani, Shri Shri, dhootapapeshwar. Its scientifically proven herbs are bilya, amla, brahmi, pippali, yashtimadhu, and Gokshura. Chyawanprash is a non-drowsy formula with no alcohol.
Ayurveda Doctors consider Chyawanprash to be an excellent Ayurvedic formulation to help keeps you fit by protecting you from day-to-day ailments like cough and cold. It is 100% Ayurvedic and safe and available in awaleha form in the market. This awaleha dosage depends on the gender, weight, age, and condition of the patient. So let's start this article in which you will get complete information about Chyawanprash.
Awaleha Prakarana composition, each 100g is prepared from:
Chyawanprash Benefits for Immunity
According to Ayurveda, Chyawanprash strengthens the immune system by meeting our caloric requirements and giving us instant energy. It eliminates the negative impacts of insufficient food in the necessary nutrients and thus prevents Karshya disease caused by malnutrition. Therefore, the Balya property or quality of Chyawanprash to give us strength increases our immunity and strengthens our immune system.
Chyawanprash Benefits for Kids
The Ayurvedic point of view holds that the Rasayana properties, i.e. the rejuvenating properties of Chyawanprash which fight against degeneration and aging caused by the passage of time, and the Balya property of Chyawanprash help improve the immunity of children and helps to grow healthy individuals.
Chyawanprash Benefits for Brain
Ayurveda, taking a different route, also shows that Chyawanprash has far-reaching consequences for the brain. Ayurveda is of the opinion that poor memory correlates with Kapha inactivity, or it can also occur if Vatadosha is aggravated in people. Daily consumption of Chyawanprash can undo VataDosha aggravation and improve brain functioning. Ultimately, the Medhya properties of Chyawanprash also help improve our intelligence.
Chyawanprash Benefits for Acidity
According to the Ayurvedic point of view, Chyawanprash relieves us from acidity because it possesses Deepan and Pachan properties, which respectively refer to the appetizer and digestive properties of Chyawanprash.
Chyawanprash Benefits for Asthma
Ayurvedists also claim that Chyawanprash can relieve asthma by reducing its symptoms like coughing and shortness of breath. Asthma, which is known as Swas Rog in Ayurvedic parlance, is caused by a blockage in the airways, which in turn results from Kapha and Vata doshas, which are the two doshas associated with asthma in the world of asthma. Ayurveda. Chyawanprash helps balance Kapha and removes excess mucus from our lungs, thus providing a remedy for asthma.
Taking two to three tablespoons of chyawanprash daily for two to three months can go a long way in controlling asthma.
Chyawanprash Benefits for Cold
Chyawanprash is considered one of the best-known remedies for cough and common cold. In the Ayurvedic dictionary, cough is known as Kapha disorder. The rejuvenating properties of Chyawanprash or its Rasayana properties allow for the removal of the accumulation of mucus in the respiratory tract, which is the main cause of cough. Thus, it helps control Kapha disorder and strengthens our lungs. Mixing chyawanprash with honey and taking it daily before meals in winter can help prevent cough.
Chyawanprash Side Effects
Prescriptions have been reported to be very beneficial in the treatment of countless health conditions, but you still need to consume them in the prescribed amount. Excessive intake without consulting a doctor can cause indigestion, flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, and bloating.
The recommended dosage of Chyawanprash is for:
Adult: 1 teaspoonful(approx 12g) twice a day
Children: Half teaspoonful (approx 6g) twice a day
Best when followed by milk, for the correct dosage consult your Ayurveda doctor.
Chyawanprash Shelf Life
Chyawanprash shelf life is 36 months from the manufacturing date.
Chyawanprash Storage & Safety Information
Chyawanprash storage and safety information are:
Read the label carefully before use
Use under medical supervision
Store in a cool and dry place
Rs. 340 (1kg)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is Dabur Chyawanprash?
Ans. Chyawanprash is also known as Chyavanaprasam is an effective supplement with almost 50 ingredients to fight with bacteria(disease-causing), improves the digestion process, strengthens your body internally, help in blood purification and prevents catching minor infections.
Q. Who is the manufacturer of Dabur Chyawanprash?
Ans. Dabur Chyawanprash is manufactured by the renowned ayurvedic company Dabur Pharmaceutical LTD.
Q. How to use Chyawanprash?
Ans. You can use chyawanprash with the milk., for the correct use consult your Ayurveda doctor.
Q. Is Chyawanprash safe?
Ans. Yes, Chyawanprash effective Ayurvedic awaleha provides 50 ingredients to fight bacteria(disease-causing), improves the digestion process, strengthens your body internally, helps in blood purification, and prevents catching minor infections.
Q. What is Chyawanprash used for?
Ans. Chyawanprash Ayurvedic formula which is used to fight with bacteria(disease-causing), improves the digestion process, strengthens your body internally, helps in blood purification, and prevents catching minor infections.
Q. Does the Chyawanprash work?
Ans. Chyawanprash may play a beneficial role in improving the digestion process, strengthening your body internally, and helps in blood purification.
Q. How much Chyawanprash can you take?
Ans. The recommended dosage of Chyawanprash is for:
Adult: 1 teaspoonful(approx 12g) twice a day
Children: Half teaspoonful (approx 6g) twice a day
Best when followed by milk, for the correct dosage consult your Ayurveda doctor.
Q. Is Chyawanprash effective?
Ans. Yes, Chyawanprash is an effective awaleha.
Q. Does Chyawanprash have any side effects?
Ans. Prescriptions have been reported to be very beneficial in the treatment of countless health conditions, but you still need to consume them in the prescribed amount. Excessive intake without consulting a doctor can cause indigestion, flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, and bloating.
Q. Is the use of Chyawanprash safe for the stomach?
Ans. Chyawanprash is considered safe for the stomach.
Q. Can I take Chyawanprash with lukewarm water?
Ans. Yes, you can take Chyawanprash with lukewarm water.
Q. Is Chyawanprash addictive or habit-forming?
Ans. No, addictive or habit-forming is produced by Chyawanprash.
Q. Is the use of Chyawanprash safe for children?
Ans. Chyawanprash effect for children is safe.
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