Divya Badam Pak In Ayurveda badam pak is considered as a nutritive for the brain and nervous system. Divya badam pak is a rich source of vitamin E (an especially alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E that is most efficiently used by the human body) containing 24 mg per 100 gm. It is also rich in monounsaturated fat, one of the two ‘good’ fats responsible for lowering LDL(low-density lipoprotein) cholesterol and elevating HDL(high-density lipoprotein).
A controlled trial showed that 50-100g of Divya badam park in the daily diet reduced LDL cholesterol by as much as 9.4 % and increase HDL cholesterol by 4.6%. Badam Pak also improves the movement of the food through the gut this is because almond skin contains fibre which is good for digestion and also prevents peptic ulcers and colonic cancer Benefits.
It is nourishing, rejuvenating which fights mental and cardiac weakness, diseases caused by the aggravation of pitta and eye disease. It contains magnesium potassium, calcium, phosphorous, iron, selenium, saponins and other antioxidants. It also works as a demulcent which will quench thirst and relieve irritation at the mucous surfaces.
It works as an energy booster and also very good for hair growth. It helps to get rid of various mental disorders which are basically stress-related to some other ayurvedic medicines. It pacifies Vata thus can be given to patients suffering from Vata disorders as joints pain, Alzheimer’s disease etc. Intake of Divya badam pak also improves complexion, removes skin dryness and the scaling of the skin.
Badam -the best Its botanical name is Prunus dulcis belonging to the subfamily Prunoideae of the family Rosaceae and native to the Middle East. It is a small deciduous tree growing between 4 meters to 10 meters in height. Almond is also the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed of this tree. Although popularly referred to as a nut, the almond seeds of fruit as botanically not a true nut, but the seed of a drupe (a botanic name for a type of fruit).
The reticulated hard woody shell surrounding the edible seed is called the endocarp. the fruit is mature in the autumn, 7-8 months after flowering. There are two forms of the plant one (often with white flowers) producing sweet almonds and the other often with pink flowers producing bitter almonds.
The bitter almond is rather broader and shorter than the sweet almond and contains A wild form of domesticated almond is also known which contains the glycoside amygdalin which becomes transformed into deadly prussic acid(hydrogen cyanide) after crushing, chewing or any other injury to the seed before cultivation and domestication occurred wild almonds were harvested as food and doubtless were processed by leaching or roasting to remove their toxicity.
Domesticated almonds appear in the early bronze age (3000-2000 BC) of the near east or possibly a little earlier. The Global production of almonds is around 1.7 million tonnes with a low of 1 million tonnes in 1995 and a peak of 1.85 million tonnes in 2002 according to Food and Agriculture Organization.
Almond flour is gluten-free and therefore a popular ingredient in cookery in place for wheat flour for gluten-sensitive people and people with wheat allergies and coeliac disease. Throughout history, almonds have maintained religious, ethnic and social significance. Almonds are appreciated in the Indian culture for their crunch and their nutritive and other health-sustaining properties.
The presence of powerful nutrients like proteins, dietary fibre, monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) vitamin E and other phytochemicals which are plant chemicals that may protect against heart disease, stroke, and other chronic diseases. Also, it contains magnesium potassium, calcium, phosphorous, iron, selenium, saponins and other antioxidants.
Item specifics: Herbs And Botanicals
Type: Herbal Food Supplement
Suitable For: Vegetarians
Product: Breakfast supplement
Supply: 15 Days
Use-By Date: Best before-36 months from manufacturing date
Product Form: Cereals
Condition: New And Sealed
No Heavy Metals.
No Added Artificial Flavours.
No Chemical preservatives.
No genetically Modified Crop Material used.
About Divya Ayurveda:
Divya Yog Mandir (Trust), started the “Brahamkalp Chikitsalaya” at Kripalu Bagh Ashram, Kankhal in 1995 where patients suffering from various diseases were cured using Ayurvedic treatments and the practice of Yoga. In pursuit of optimum results, the need was felt to provide quality Ayurvedic products to the patients, as results of Ayurvedic treatments are directly proportional to the quality of preparations. Hence a small scale manufacturing unit of Ayurvedic products was established on the campus of the Kripalu Bagh Ashram, Kankhal. This was the beginning of Divya Aushadhi Nirmanshala (Divya Ayurveda Facility), which was based completely on traditional methods.
Divya Ayurveda has had the exalted vision of bringing Ayurveda to global society in a contemporary form and unravelling the mystery behind this hallowed and revered Indian system of health by a thorough exploration and selection of indigenous herbs and ancient Ayurvedic literature. Then by subjecting these formulations to modern pharmacological and toxicological safety tests, and performing further clinical trials to create new treatments and therapies.
Divya Ayurveda hopes that treatment is available to the common man at the minimum price. In the years 2002-03, they modernized the pharmacy and added a newly expanded unit well equipped with machines for large scale production.
A computer-controlled herbal extraction plant commissioned in the facility is used for extracting from the various parts of the plant like the leaves, roots, fruit etc. The salient feature of this facility is the production of ayurvedic products using the latest SCADA technology under controlled environmental conditions of temperature and pressure. Exact concentrations are finalized by vacuum drying which preserves the maximum valued contents of the herbs.
While maintaining the production of the finest grade extracts, this method utilizes the cost-efficiency of bulk production. This unit has the capacity to process 10,000 kgs. of raw herbs at once. The desired fluid component is added to this extract in the process of making the treatments.
Divya Ayurveda uses an automatic high speed spray drier unit for the manufacturing processes, a fluid wed processor for quick liquidation, a tablet compressing device with the capacity for preparing one hundred thousand tablets per hour, a high-speed auto-coater for coating the tablets, in addition to a high-speed mixer-grinder, fluid wed driers and cleaning, and a crossing and pulverizing units.
In the packing section of Divya, Ayurveda computer-controlled packing equipment is being used, having the capacity of 300 volts per minute, with automatic blister packing machines. A utility centre has been set up in this production unit which has two 500 KVA generators, softness and cooling towers including boilers and air compressors having the capacity to produce 300 tons of steam.
As a result of this Divya Ayurveda has become the first ayurvedic treatment manufacturing unit of Uttarakhand to get ISO-9001 and WHO-GMP certifications. In the facility, international standards like Good Manufacturing Practices(GMP), Good Packaging Practices(GPP), Good Agricultural Practices(GAP) and Good Harvesting Practices(GHP) are being strictly followed.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. This product is a “Herbal Food Supplement” and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Keep away from children’s reach. Respect dosage. Food supplements are intended to correct nutritional deficiencies, maintain an adequate intake of certain nutrients, or support specific physiological functions. They are not medicinal products and are not meant to be meal replacements.