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Nano‐rasayana which reinforces immunity and growth in infants and children.

  • Improves physical strength, vigour, and vitality of the child (balyam)

  • Improves mental health of the child and reinforces his/her mental faculties (medha-vardhanam) – intellect, learning, memory

  • Improves appetite, digestion, metabolism of the child (agni-vardhanam)

  • Helps attain normal sexual development and maturity as the child comes of age (vrishyam)

  • Improves the skin health and complexion of the child (varnyam) and

  • Improves the quality of life of the child as he/she grows to an adult (mangalam, punyam)

    Suvarna (Gold)


    Suvarna (Gold), used as Nano-particles (bhasma) in Suvarnaprashan, boosts the immunity in children. It is particularly effective in children with immune deficiency, who suffer from recurrent infections and allergic attacks. In addition, it helps in the normal physical and mental growth and development of the child, including the brain.

    Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)


    Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) is a widely used brain tonic in ayurveda. It improves learning power, concentration of mind, and retention. It pacifies the aggressive mind and is thus used to soothe the children with aggressive and asocial behaviour. It stimulates the metabolism and thus helps in the digestion and metabolism of the nutrients.

    Mandukparni (Centella asiatica)


    Mandukparni (Centella asiatica) is also a widely used brain tonic in ayurveda. It is used to improve the learning capability, mental concentration, and memory. It calms down the agitated and aggressive mind, and is thus used to decrease irritability and attention deficit in children.

    Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis)


    Shankhpushpi (Convolulus pluricaulis) is a widely used brain tonic in ayurveda. It is particularly useful in enhancing mental acuity in children. It lowers mental stress and improves over-all mental health.

    Vacha (Acorus calamus)


    Vacha (Acorus calamus) is another potent nootropic (Medhya Rasayan) in ayurveda that stimulates the functions of brain cells and nerves. It is particularly useful for children who have slow mental development.

    Ghrit (Clarified butter)


    Ghrit (Clarified butter) is the widely used milk fat with numerous benefits. In addition to its nutritional value, it acts as an excellent medium for the fat soluble active ingredients present in the rasayan herbs used in Suvarnaprashan. In addition, it enhances the absorption of these ingredients from the intestines.

    Madhu (Honey)


    Madhu (Honey) is a widely used natural substance with widespread nutritional and medicinal value. It acts as an excellent base for the water soluble active ingredients present in the rasayan herbs used in Suvarnaprashan. In addition, it acts as an effective preservative preventing the deterioration of the contents in the Suvarnaprashan.


    14 x 10 x 3 cm


    Daily: To be given daily to children, on empty stomach, in the morning, from birth to 16 years as follows:

    0‐3 months: 1 drop

3 months ‐ 1 year: 2 drops

    1‐3 years: 3 drops

3‐5 years : 4 drops

5‐16 years : 5 drops


    Pushya‐nakshatra: Double the dose.


Dr.Vasishth's Ayurvedic Suvarnaprashan Immunity And Growth In Infants And Childr

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