Nimi – Bala churna – Bio
Bala Indian Mallow Churna powder is a spice powder also known by the names Vatyalika Churnam or Kharayashtika Choornam. It is often used in Ayurveda for its vata and pitta reducing qualities.
The name Bala also means strength or energy.
In India, athletes in particular often take Bala to support their training. Especially among strength athletes, it seems to be a kind of “secret tip” there. However, if you consider that Bala means “strength”, the tip is not so secret.
The Bala Indian Mallow Churna Bio is highly pure, laboratory-tested quality and consisting only of the parts of the plant shown in the Ayurvedic texts. It is processed and produced strictly according to Ayurvedic guidelines.
Contents: 100 g, finely ground.
In a glass jar
Stir approx. 2 g powder (two lightly heaped teaspoons) into warm water and drink.
A traditional Bala recipe of Ayurveda:
Boil 250 ml of water with 125 ml of milk, then add 1/2 teaspoon of Bala Churna, 1/2 teaspoon of Ayurvedic sugar (for example Sharkara) and a pinch of ginger. Simmer this mixture over a low flame until the quantity is reduced to 250 ml.
This preparation is taken early in the morning immediately after getting up.
Bala recipe for men:
Boil 250 ml of water with 125 ml of milk, then add 1/2 teaspoon of Bala Churna, 1/2 teaspoon of Ashwagandha, 1/2 teaspoon of ghee and 1/2 teaspoon of Ayurvedic sugar. simmer on low flame until the quantity is reduced to 250 ml.
In the Bala recipe for women, Ashwagandha is replaced by Shatavari.