Zrii— The Original Amalakiis endorsed by the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, a world-renowned health and wellness center recognized as the world’s premier authority on integrating the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda into modern daily life.
Led by world-renowned authors, physicians, and educators Deepak Chopra M.D. and David Simon M.D., the Chopra Center for Wellbeing has served millions of people around the world through its educational programs, services, and natural products.
The Chopra Center has never before endorsed a third-party product, but now their stamp of approval proudly sits on the back of every bottle of Zrii. Because of the high standing and unshakable integrity of the Chopra Center, its endorsement is arguably the most credible in the history of our industry.
The Power of 7 Liquid Nutrition from A to Zrii
Amalaki—The amalaki (ah-muh-LAH-kee) fruit is revered in its native India Nepal and surrounding regions. In fact, the fruit even enjoys its own holiday. The name “amalaki” comes from ancient Sanskrit, and it is often referred to as the “Nurse,” the “Great Rejuvenator,” and the “Fruit of Immortality” in ancient medical texts and Indian lore.
Modern science has recently begun to investigate Amalaki in an effort to validate the traditional uses ascribed to the fruit. Researchers have found that Amalakipossesses an impressive nutrient profile that includes the following:
- Polyphenols, Amino Acids, Trace Minerals, Antioxidants, Tannins, and Bioflavonoids. Substances well-documented for ability to promote cellular rejuvenation.
- Ellagic Acid, Gallic Acid, and Emblicanin — Polyphenols. May help reduce cellular oxidative stress and support detoxification of the body.
- Rutin, Quercetin Superoxide-Dismutase. May contribute to amalaki’s antioxidant, antiinflammatory, and youth-promoting qualities.
- Ascorbagins. “Mighty molecules” thought to create a protective bond around amalaki’s own vitamin C, making it more bio-available than synthetic varieties.
Amalaki’s Amazing Counterparts
- Schizandra — May support mental function and memory, and may help the body resist infections.
- Jujube — Cultivated for over 4,000 years, modern research suggest jujube may promote healthy sleep and nervous system function.
- Turmeric — Well-known for cullinary applications. Turmeric has demonstrated an ability to promote healthy circulation, digestion and inflammation response.
- Tulsi — Also called “Holy Basil”, studies suggest Tulsi may be effective as a painkiller and antioxidant and may help reduce glucose and cholesterol levels.
- Haritaki — Like schizandra, this may be a an adaptogen and is thought to nourish the heart, liver and kidneys.
- Ginger — Used for millennia in Asian medicine and food, ginger may act as an analgesic and may support a healthy cardiovascular system.
The following are seven important reasons to drink Zrii:
- Contains Amalaki.Central to zrii is a small fruit that grows at the base of the pristine Himalayas in northern India. Its nutritional profile truly places it in a class of its own.
- Premier Formulation.A formulation that takes nutrition to the next level. To ensure that you received the highest level of nutrition possible, we created a synergistic blend of herbs and fruits to completely unlock the potency of amalaki.
- Preservative-free.Zrii’s whole-food source of Amalaki is Himalayan grown, surrounded by the cleanest air and water on the planet.
- Wildcrafted in the Himalayas. Our Amalaki is wildcrafted, a harvesting technique where the fruit is taken from trees as it is naturally found in nature, hand-picked according to ancient techniques.
- Endorsed by the Chopra Center. Zrii is the first third-party product ever endorsed by the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.
- A vibrant taste.In Ayurveda, the ability of a food or drink to “enliven the tongue” is a hallmark of its healing properties.
- An abundant lifestyle.Zrii can be a wellspring for health and vitality, as well as a way to open up new financial opportunities and lifestyle possibilities.
Ayurveda: Harmony in Health
Still practiced by millions today in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka, Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old healing system whose name is roughly translated to mean “science of life.” It is a sister science to yoga, and has been growing exponentially in popularity across the western world including North America due to proponents such as the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.
Written in the ancient language of Sanskrit, the Ayurvedic healing traditions are contained in the oldest and some of the lengthiest medical texts in the world. As a system of natural medicine, Ayurveda’s therapeutic techniques and measures include dietary recommendations, massage, herbal therapies, purgatives, sweat baths, and even surgery. These all combine in an effort to achieve and maintain physical, mental, social and spiritual harmony.