Nectar for children-Oldies, Men- Women, Healthy- Unhealthy and Boon for Patients.
According to the mythology, when Lakshman ji was lying unconscious, Hanuman ji was sent by Lord
Rama, to bring the Sanjeevani Herbs (Butti). It is often said that it was Himalayan Berry only. Himalayan
Berry is a fruit from Leh.
This herb grows on the thorny bushes in Leh in the region around Sindh River.
God has kept Himalayan Berry full of oxygen even where the temperature rises from 35°c to 40°c and the
oxygen level is quite low, so that people can fulfill their requirement of oxygen through its juice. Its fruit,
juice, seed, leaves all are enriched with medicinal properties.
Himalayan Berry is known for its Anti-oxidant, Anti-Aging, Anti-Tumor, Anti-Disease properties. It's also
called a house full of oxygen, vitamins and minerals; particularly Vitamin C. Himalayan Berry has 4 to 100
times more vitamin C as compared to all the fruits in the world which are a rich source of vitamin C. The
content of vitamin C in Himalayan Berry is 20 times more as compared to that in Amla. It contains more
than 100 nutrients and is replete with various vitamins – C, A, E, B1, B2 and 24 minerals and 18 amino
acids. It's very useful for the people of all age groups and has no side effects.
Benefits: Relieving common cold, controlling blood sugar level and cholesterol level. Managing weight. Preventing blood cancer and heart related problems. Improving mental, physical and sexual weakness.Maintaining youth and vitality.
“It is a boon for lactating mothers, players, students and elderly people.”
Dosage: Take 10ml.Himalayan Berry every morning and evening in 250ml. water or take 20ml.
Himalayan Berry Juice in 500ml. water every morning