asked by dragantt
on 16 February 2012 19:27
Good day ,
I have a five years and 9 months old boy(weight 20.5 kgs) and I would like to give him Dabur Chyawanprash witch I heard from some indian frends is very good to increase the imunity. My boy is geting cold very often , cough , runnig nose,(alergic background IGE is over 600) etc
Can you please advice how many grams daily and for how long ( how many days ) should I give him Dabur... Read More
As your baby boy is 9-month-old, you can give Dabur Chyawanprash in smaller quantities say about 2gm twice daily after food and gradually you can increase to the dosage of 3gm twice daily. Chyawanprash is an ancient ayurvedic formulation which is having multiple ingredients which are naturally available. As chyawanprash is Rasayana, it is advised that one should consume the medicine with.. Read more
I am told that Chyawanprash improves digestion power and promotes proper growth and body nourishment.
Does consuming Chyawanprash everyday help in weight loss, if you control your food... Read More
Yes Chyawanprash does help in weight loss and toning of body. If used regularly it helps in shedding extra weight and one can get good physique... Read more
asked by Rijoy
on 9 February 2015 23:19
I'm taking Chyanwanprash since my childhood but i didn't face any kind of problems, but after taking Chyawanprash not according to usual dose since last day i am getting pain then constipation problem only during night, before doing that i was normal without any problem, i just want to know is, there any best solution to treat this problem in Ayurveda treatment or should i... Read More
You must be aware of the ingredients of Chyvana prash which has more than 45herbs. It is mainly used to improve the immunity and to support the growth of the body with increased energy levels. It enhances digestion by balancing the stomach acid and helps to regularise the bowel movements. The herbs like haritaki, pippali, amla, musta, tulsi, vilwa, punarnava, kantakari, ela helps to improve the.. Read more
asked by dragantt
on 18 February 2012 14:25
Good day again Sir,
Thank you very very much for your fast answer and sory for desturbing you again but my baby is 5 3/4 years old not 9 month , He will be 6 years old end of May 2012, these year .So should we give him Dabur Chyawanprash as you said, 2 or 3 gr a day twice daily or the amount should be bigger for his age. And if no need any gap to be keept during administration for how long can... Read More
Hello, you can give as 2-3gms as mentioned earlier, there is no harm in giving this medicine for longer duration, however, if you want to keep a gap, you can give a gap during summer season for one or two months
with.. Read more
I have a distaste for milk, I am unable to drink milk. I like milk products like curd etc. My question is: if I do not drink milk after taking chyawanprash, will there be no benefit? What should I... Read More
In AYurveda each medicine has specific "ANUPANA" which means, particular medicines must be taken with water, milk, ghee, rice etc
If this is followed properly efficacy of the drugs can be seen and also sometimes there are changes of boils in the mouth or increase in pitta, to avoid such complications medicines must be taken with milk
Chyavanprash if taken along with milk not only.. Read more
So what do you mean by rectifying apetite?
I mean sometimes she eats well, sometimes not...she is very lazy at eating, she takes a lot of time to eat like many children perhaps. Someone has to be patient with her to make her eat. At school the teacher has to be afetr her to eat, otherwise she may leave the food infavour of playing.
In that condition, what do you propose?
I am sorry... Read More
Rectifying appetite means, if the kids are having, say some appetite which is termed as poor, moderate and severe appetite. But in terms of ayurveda, it should be balanced or also called as samagni. And not vishamagni, teekshanagni, mandagni, that is irregular, severe, and poor appetite. So, it will be fluctuating in children and that can be balanced by giving appropriate food which is.. Read more