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Himalaya USA Introduces Enriched Chyavanprash Spread

HOUSTON, Jan 19, 2004 -- Himalaya USA today announced the introduction of enriched Chyavanprash with Honey as a compliment to its line of herbal healthcare products. Himalaya Chyavanprash is enriched with pure honey and Amla, helping fortify the body's natural immunity.

For centuries, families in India have enjoyed Chyavanprash as a tasty spread and a natural immune booster. Himalaya's Chyavanprash with Honey is made from an age-old recipe under strict supervision. Its natural ingredients are quality tested to ensure the highest levels of purity. In addition to supporting the body's immune system, Chyavanprash blends Ayurvedic herbs such as Guduchi and Haritaki to promote smooth functioning of the circulatory, nervous, respiratory and digestive systems.

Chyavanprash capsules are also available through Himalaya USA's Pure Herbs line. Chyavanprash spread and capsules are available at select health food stores and Himalaya USA's Web site,

About Himalaya

Himalaya USA is the North American distributor of The Himalaya Drug Company. The Himalaya Drug Company, makers of Liv 52, the world's #1 best-selling liver support formula, has been manufacturing pharmaceutical-grade herbal products since 1930. Himalaya products combine the rich value of an old system of natural medicine with all the processes of modern pharmaceutical technology including scientific assessment of efficacy through primary clinical research, Good Manufacturing Practices and quality controls using sophisticated chromatographic "fingerprinting" techniques. All Himalaya products contain herbs grown by the Himalaya Drug Company. For more information, please visit our Web site at

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