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Date Added: May 14, 2008 03:09:49 PM


    Zrii is the brand name for a nutrition and rejuvenation beverage that has been developed in concert with the knowledge of Ayurveda, the ancient Hindu healing system that for centuries was the basis for medical treatment in India.  The introduction of western medicine in India occurred when it was colonized by the British.   

    Since the 1970s there has been a resurgence of interest and treatment using the Ayurveda methods.  This school of healing has also made inroads in the west – to the point where support products such as Zrii are being introduced to the market.  The Ayurveda health system is becoming westernized in the same fashion that acupuncture has taken hold in Western societies. 

    According to Zrii’s developers, it is a blend of modern nutritional supplements with amalaki, which is known in western terms as the Indian gooseberry.  All parts of this plant were used in Ayurveda pharmacology, which developed as a folk medicine and is far different from western methods of assembling medicines. 

    That does not mean that amalaki does not produce the virtuous effects that generations of Indians found in it.  Amalaki has undergone laboratory tests in western clinics and has demonstrated antiviral and antimicrobial properties.  “Experimental” preparations of leaves, bark or fruit have shown “potential efficacy against laboratory models of disease, such as for inflammation, cancer, age-related renal disease, and diabetes.” 

    In Ayurvedic medicinal compounds, amalaki is a common element.  Ayurvedan texts define amalaki’s benefits as contributing to the digestive process, reducing constipation, treating inflammation, reducing cough symptoms, alleviating asthma and additional benefits as well.  The Ayurvedic texts explain the impact of amalaki based on the balancing of various life forces, too numerous and detailed to explain here.   

    The net result however, is that amalaki is believed by Ayurvedic practitioners to provide the same benefits that have tentatively been identified in western labs.  While the benefits of amalaki appear to be similar to medical scholars of both cultures, the cause and effect explanations are written from entirely different perspectives based on completely separate medical principles. 

    Scholars of the Ayurvedic health system note that it served the Hindu peoples well for centuries.  Its introduction to western society, if handled properly, can be a great benefit to western medicine.  Western medical experts are perhaps more inclined to take Ayurveda seriously now that Eastern medical practices are being studied by substantial numbers of Western med students and practitioners. 

    Zrii is an example of applying the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda to the pervasive use of supplemental beverages for both sports enthusiasts and for general health purposes.  The producers of Zrii have taken care to include both Western medical experts – and pharmaceutical elements – in the production of Zrii, along with amalaki as the base element. 

    A little research on Ayurveda will take you a long way towards understanding the benefits of this product.  The health system that used amalaki in many if not most of its herbal remedies is based on solid results and many decades of study and experimentation.  Amalaki is not the creation of some wild eyed shaman.  And Zrii is a dedicated effort to introduce this valuable health supplement to western markets in a responsible fashion.