Zingavita Chyawanprash Immunity Booster Gummies Review
Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies feature an interesting flavor profile. Sweet, tarty, slightly herby- read our review for more details on the nutrition front.
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‘Tiny gummies, mighty benefits’, claims the brand. With the ever-evolving dynamics in the F&B space, the launch of Zingavéda Chyawanprash gummies by Zingavita was nothing less than a delightful, convenient surprise for us.
We received a sample pack of four gummies in our Back to School Mojo Box. These gummies claim to boost immunity ‘naturally’ as they are gluten and gelatin-free, and prepared with the goodness of 20+ Ayurvedic ingredients. For more details on taste, texture, price, and ingredients, read Mishry’s Zingavita Chyawanprash Immunity Booster Gummies for kids review.
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Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies- Quick Glance
Here are brief details about the product at a glance.
|Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||60 gummies|
|Calories||25.8 Kcal/7 gram serve|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
|Mishry Rating (on 5)||4|
Our Review Factors
Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies claim to be better than its contenders in the market as it offers the goodness of ancient herbs in a new avatar. Our focus parameters were taste, texture, and the ingredients used.
Chyawanprash, as we know, has a fairly herby-spicy flavor profile which is the complete opposite of what kids like having.
How do these ‘gummies for kids’ taste? Could we make out the Ayurvedic herbs from the taste? Or are these just sweet candies?
Gummies have a squidgy, chewy bite. How was our experience with Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies?
3. Main Ingredients
Some common ingredients in a chyawanprash include amla, ashwagandha, honey, pipli, pepper and more. Does the brand specify the quantities of herbs and spices added? How are these gummies sweetened? What about preservatives and additives?
We also gauged the price, packaging, and shelf life of the gummies in this review.
Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies – Detailed Review
Price & Packaging
The gummies are individually wrapped in red-colored paper. These gummies are then placed in a box. One bottle with 60 units is priced at Rs 599/- and has a shelf life of 12 months.
Sugar, liquid glucose, water, fruit pectin (INS 440), apple juice concentrate, citric acid (INS 330), sodium citrate (INS 333 (III)), ascorbic acid (vitamin C) (INS 300), amla fruit pulp, shatavari, peepali, ashwagandha, mulethi, arjun, giloy gokshura, neem, tulsi, rosepetals, green cardamom, cloves, bel, brahmi, black pepper powder, bay leaves, honey, cow ghee, beetroot juice extract.
This also contains permitted class II beetroot juice extract.
The ingredient list mentions two sweeteners as the first two ingredients. We would have appreciated if the percentages were mentioned. However, looking at the following ingredients like amla fruit pulp, shatavari, peepali, ashwagandha, mulethi, neem, tulsi, and cardamom, we were relieved to see the brand has used natural ingredients and not artificial flavors or additives.
The combination of sugar, liquid glucose, apple juice concentrate, and honey are used to sweeten the gummies making them palatable for kids.
Commonly used in lozenges, fruit pectin is a emulsifying and stabilizing agent.
Citric acid enhances the activity of antioxidants and the gel-like consistency while slowing the browning of fruit products.
Sodium citrate is an acidity regulator that adds a salty/sour flavor while enhancing the shelf life.
Taste & Texture
Our panel of reviewers was delightfully surprised when they tasted the gummies. These had a squidgy texture and weren’t too hard to bite or chew. The gummies had the characteristic jelly-like texture that can be chewed on.
Taste-wise, the spicy-herby flavor that Chyawanprash is known for was present but wasn’t as intense.
- The packaging makes this convenient to carry.
- The Chyawanprash flavor is not as intense which makes these gummies kid-friendly.
- The classic gummy-like bite has been captured well.
- The ingredient list is quite clean.
- Since it is made using sugar and liquid glucose, consumption must be monitored.
How do you get the goodness of the Ayurvedic jam without the bold spicy and herby flavors? You opt for Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Zingavita Chyawanprash gummies review.
These gummies are a flavorful and convenient way to incorporate the benefits of minerals and vitamin C along with over 20 herbs that promote overall growth and development.
Yes, these gummies are vegetarian.
The brand recommends consuming one gummy after breakfast and one after evening snacks. For best results, have the gummies for at least 90 days.
That said, these contain sugar and we advise consulting an expert beforehand.
Children above three years can consume Zingavita Chyawanprash gummies. That said, it is best to consult a pediatrician.
Straight out of the pack. You can chew it or suck on it, as preferred.
To sum up, Zingavita Chyawanprash Gummies are a convenient and relatively tastier option of adding Ayurvedic herbs to your diet. In addition to the herby flavors, these are sweet with a lower intensity of the spicy, zingy Chyawanprash flavor.
Have you tried gummies as supplements before?