An ode to Ayurveda with modern take on traditional Indian herbs

Nutrilite traditional Indian herbs

Life is crazy and hectic, but taking care of my health is super important to me. With change in places and climate in the recent past, I have seen my health getting affected like never before. I realised how fragile my immunity was after I got bad stroke of viral infections twice last year! And when this went on for more than a month or so each time, I knew a lifestyle change was absolutely needed. Enter more greens in my diet, desi ghee, cutting down on junk and basically following all my mum’s advices. But as I was researching online about the ways we can improve our immunity, I came across taking supplements as an alternative to the good stuff we otherwise miss in our diet. So recently when the people at Amway India asked me to join their blogger’s meet with an intention to discuss about the ‘Nutrilite Traditional Herbs’ range, I had to give it a go!

Nutrilite by Amway has come up with a range of vital supplements i.e Tulsi (Holy Basil), Brahmi, Ashwagandha (Indian ginseng) and Triphala (Amalaki, Vibhitaki, and Haritaki) which are said to be developed using Indian traditional herbs keeping in mind the nutritional requirement of Indian consumers. All these herbs in general are known to have medicinal properties like Tulsi helps with immunity and Brahmi is known as antidote for hair growth.

But the real question for us is to know how these herbs are different than other similar products already available in the market? And the brand’s answer to which is their belief in Purity, Safety and Potency of the product backed by Nutraceuticals Regulation compliance. With their manufacturing unit based in India and aligned to the ‘Make in India’ vision, they have full control over the process. The herbs are said to be sourced from certified farms and use non-GMO based active ingredients ensuring efficacy and quality of the product.

Nutrilite Traditional Indian herbs review, Huesofme blog

Nutrilite traditional Indian herbs

Ayurvedic herbal supplements, Nutrilite traditional Indian herbs

I have started taking the Tulsi tablets for now to improve my immunity, and with the goodness of almost 100 organic tulsi leaves in one tablet, I am definitely looking forward to benefit from it. In case you are planning to get one for yourself too, the bottles are priced at INR 649 each.

Let me know what are your thoughts about taking supplements in your diet or if you already take any?




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