Power Yoga Crunch (PYC) - Product Facts


Power Yoga Crunch is a delicious GMO Free herbal food bar that provides nutrition and sustainable energy. This healthy bar is made with whole grain oats, almonds, cashews, and 24 Ayurvedic herbs that are all FDA approved. It has no trans fats, no artificial color, and is cholesterol free.

The ingredients used to make this food bar have been derived from the foothills of the Himalayas. Derivatives from the roots, fruits, leaves and stems of various herbs have been used in this food bar to provide your body with the nutrition it needs. This nutrition packed bar is made specifically to boost your immunity.

There are a number of food bars, granola bars, protein bars etc available in the market but this is the first of it’s kind Herbal Energy Bar. It envelops all the goodness from each of the 24 herbals that are handpicked from the foothills of the Himalayas and is infused with the flavours of beautiful spices like Cinnamon and Cardamom. This has mainly been made keeping Yogi’s, all across the world, in mind. People travel to India, live in the Ashrams here and completely change their lifestyle based on their experience. This is the taste of India that you can carry around with you. This herbal bar helps you support the lifestyle that you have envisioned for yourself. It not only helps you get fitter on the outside but also significantly improves your immunity from the inside.

Power Yoga Crunch supports healthy aging, beauty, intelligence and fitness. It is an ideal meal replacement, which fuels your body and keeps you satisfied for about 3 hours. This bar is suitable for vegetarians.


Everyone loves to indulge every now and then and that gave birth to the Chocolate coated PYC. This is a perfect to saturate that craving for chocolate and contains the same nutritious herbals that are found in PYC. So go ahead, a little indulgence never hurts!


Power Yoga Crunch is a delicious GMO FREE herbal food bar that provides nutrition and sustainable energy, thus it can be used as –

  1. A meal replacement
  2. An evening snack 
  3. Before your workout 
  4. By Yoga lovers 
  5. As an immunity booster


Chyawanaprash, a 2000 year old Indian formulation, consists of 25-80 ingredients. It has been widely consumed by all the Rishis and Yogis who dedicate their life to Yoga and meditation. Chyawanaprash has significantly boosted their immunity and given them the strength to withstand harsh living conditions on the hills. They live such basic lives with minimal consumption and sustain mostly on what the nature has to offer. Chyawanaprash contains the best of what the nature has to offer in one bottle. The idea of modernising Chyawanaprash and making it available to the world gave birth to Power Yoga Crunch. It contains all the goodness of Chyawanaprash in a 45g food bar, that is more convenient for you to consume. Each of the ingredients used that are combined together in this wholesome snack and their respective advantages, are listed below. 

1. Indian gooseberry (Amala Pulp):
Indian gooseberry is a tree that grows in India, the Middle East, and some southeast Asian countries. Indian gooseberry has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. Today people still use the fruit of the tree to make medicine. It seems to work by reducing total cholesterol levels, including the fatty acids called triglycerides, without affecting levels of the “good cholesterol” called high-density lipoprotein. It is an anti-inflammatory herb, which acts as an anti-oxidant and is also a great source of Vitamin C. It regulates the blood sugar and also helps in increasing Haemoglobin in the body.

2. Malabar Nut (Adusa) :
Adusa, one of the ingredients in Chyawanprash, is mainly viewed as a lung herb. It is a bronchodilator and an antispasmodic. Malabar nut is a plant. People use the leaf to make medicine. Malabar nut is used to loosen chest congestion, open the breathing tubes (bronchi), and treat spasms.

3. Country Mallow (Bala):
Sida cordifolia or Country Mallow is a plant. The seeds and root are used to make medicine. It has been investigated as an anti-inflammatory, for preventing cell proliferation, and for encouraging liver re-growth.

4. Feather Foll Plant (Bhumyamalaki) :
Bhumyamalaki grows throughout India, more common in central and southern regions. During the last decade, bhumyamalaki has attracted the attention of scientists all over the world, because of its hepatprotective activity. In Ayurveda, it is used for urinary tract infections, but it’s function is to promote healthy functioning of the liver and gall bladder and other gastroinsential ailments. This plant is also antibacterial and antifungal.

5. Chebulic Myrobalan (Haritaki) :
It is another one of the ingredients in Chyawanprash. It is a fruit that acts mainly on the gastrointestinal tract, where it removes toxins, nourishes, and rejuvenates tissue. It also has a special ability to normalize lipids. In Ayurveda, Haritaki is said to be the mother of all herbs for its many health benefits. The tannin present in the fruit helps in detoxification and it prevents stomach infection, kills worms and boosts the activities of the liver and the spleen.

6. Heart Leaved Moonseed (Guduchi) :
Heart Leaved Moonseed is a shrub that is native to India. Its root, stems, and leaves are used in Ayurvedic medicine. It contains many different chemicals that might affect the body. Some of these chemicals have antioxidant effects. Others might increase the activity of the body's immune system.
It has analgesic qualities and is known to remove toxins through heating, a property not that is rare to herbs. It works extremely well in conjunction with turmeric to prevent liver damage from toxins.

7. Nut Grass (Mustak) :
It is a highly revered herb and is used in such a wide variety of situations that it is hard to pinpoint its role in rejuvenative therapy.
It is anti-inflammatory and has an action on the brain that suppresses appetite, and this function works in tandem with a lipolytic effect that makes it easier to lose weight.
Other roles are - Anti-microbial, anti-malarial, anti-oxidant, and anti-diabetic compounds have been isolated and identified from C rotundus. 

8. Spreading Hogweed (Punrnava) :
It is a kapha removing herb that is used to restore normal fluid balance, proper flow of urine, and optimal weight. It is, as noted, a diuretic but is also an antibacterial and an anti-inflammatory plant.

9. Indian Kudzu (Vidarikand) :
Kudzu’s root, flower, and leaf are used to make medicine. It has been used in Chinese medicine since at least 200 BC. As early as 600 AD, it was used to treat alcoholism. Information that suggests kudzu contains ingredients that counteract alcohol. Chemicals in kudzu might also increase blood circulation in the heart and brain.

10. Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) :
Licorice is a plant. You are probably most familiar with it as a flavoring in foods, beverages, and tobacco. The root is used to make medicine.
Licorice is used for various digestive system complaints including stomach ulcers, heartburn, colic, and ongoing inflammation of the lining of the stomach (chronic gastritis).
Licorice also appears to enhance immunity by boosting levels of interferon, a key immune system chemical that fights off attacking viruses.

11. Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha Root):
Ashwagandha is a plant. The root and berry are used to make medicine. Ashwagandha contains chemicals that might help calm the brain, reduce swelling (inflammation), lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system.The most useful usage of Ashwagandha is to reduce stress and perhaps aid in sleep. It may also be able to help with erectile dysfunction, impotence or enhance libido.

12. Bacopa monnieri leaf (Brahmi):
Brahmi is a plant that has been used in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda).
Brahmi is known to increase certain brain chemicals that are involved in thinking, learning, and memory. Some research suggests that it might also protect brain cells from chemicals involved in Alzheimer's disease.

13. Pistaciaintegerrima (Crabs claw):
It is used widely as an herbal remedy for many ailments including cough, asthma, fever, vomiting, and diarrhea. It is useful in emaciation and under nutritive conditions since it is highly nutritive in nature.

14. Curcuma zedoaria (Zedoary):
Zedoary is a plant. The underground stem (rhizome) is used to make medicine. Zedoary is used for colic, spasms, loss of appetite, and indigestion. It is also use it for anxiety, stress, fatigue, and pain and swelling (inflammation).

15. Nymphaea nouchali (Blue water lily):
Nymphaea nouchali is considered a medicinal plant in Indian Ayurvedic medicine under the name Ambal; it was mainly used to treat indigestion Numerous pharmacologic analyses have been performed on Nymphaea nouchali , investigating its use as an antioxidant and hepatoprotective.

16. Dioscoreabulbifera (Air potato root tuber):
It has been used as a folk remedy to treat conjunctivitis, diarrhea and dysentery, among other ailments.

17. Asparagus recemosus (Asparagus root) :
Asparagus racemosus is a plant used in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda). The root is used to make medicine. Don’t confuse asparagus racemosus with Asparagus officinalis, which is the type of asparagus that is commonly eaten as a vegetable. People use asparagus racemosus for upset stomach (dyspepsia), constipation, stomach
spasms, and stomach ulcers. It is also used for fluid retention, pain, anxiety, cancer, diarrhea, bronchitis, tuberculosis, dementia, and diabetes.

18. Powder from Bambusa bambos (Bamboo manna) :
It is helpful in case of stomach disorders, digestive problems and the likes.
Extract of the shoots of the plant in combination with honey is very helpful in relieving respiratory problems.

19. Elettaria cardamomum (Cardamom) :
Cardamom is effective in relieving nausea, vomiting, and indigestion.
It is used as a laxative to reduce flatulence and stomach ache, the seeds are also used as a breath freshener.

20. Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Cinnamom stembark) :
It contains moisture, protein, fibre, fat, potassium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, sodium as well as iron. Cinnamon stimulates the urinary tract and can be used for problems of the kidneys, edema and urinary retention. It is also recommended for cough and congestion of the respiratory system.

21. Bay leaves :
Bay leaves are good for promoting digestion and can treat digestive disorders such as heartburn and flatulence. Bay leaves are effective in fighting the symptoms of cold, flu and infections. This spice has many volatile active components that are known to have been antiseptic, anti-oxidant, digestive, and thought to have anti-cancer properties.

22. Syzgium aromaticum (Clove) :
Clove is known to have excellent medicinal virtues. It acts as a stimulant and it relieves flatulence and stimulates the sluggishness of blood circulation promoting digestion.
The oil of cloves regulates the body temperature and can stimulate the skin by producing heat. Clove use can soothe and relax the inner lining of the intestines, aiding in digestion. It also has analgesic and antimicrobial qualities. 

23. Rose hip :
Fresh rose hips contain a lot of vitamin C, so they share many uses with vitamin C including preventing and treating colds, flu, and vitamin C deficiencies. Rose hips are also used for stomach disorders including stomach spasms, stomach acid deficiency, preventing stomach irritation and ulcers, and as a "stomach tonic" for intestinal diseases.

24. Cinnamon buds :
The active principles in the cinnamon spice are known to have anti-oxidant, anti-diabetic, anti-septic, local anesthetic, anti-inflammatory, rubefacient (warming and soothing), carminative and anti-flatulent properties. Cinnamon spice has the highest anti-oxidant strength of all the food sources in nature.