Suvarna prashan sanskar is one of the 16 essential rituals for children, mentioned in Ayurveda. It adds to development of physical and mental skills of the child, boosts immunity and stamina, also sharpens the memory and intellect, improves grasping power and memory recall. It improves digestion, skin tone, keeps your child away from problems during teething phase and a lot more.
With growing risk of various infections, children tend to fall ill very often.We can boost up the child’s immunity by various Ayurvedic medications, Suvarna prashan and keep all illness at bay.
With growing digitalization, online schooling, games ,etc. screen time for kids have increased. All This has taken a toll on Ocular health. Conditions like dry eyes, vision problems are on the rise. Ayurveda medicines can help regain the ocular health.
Krimi or worms is one of the most common and important aspects causing health problems in children. Worms can be well treated by Ayurvedic medicines. Ayurveda not only suggests treatment by medicine but also preventive measures and dietary modifications.
Dietary habits in a child, demands change considering the child’s age, health issues, digestive capacity, teething phase, etc . Every child passes through three stages of Diet as per Ayurveda
Kshiraada – the baby feeds only on breast milk or at times other milk supplements.
Kshira-annaada – the baby is primarily fed on milk, but dietary supplements like gruel, kheer, juices, etc. are introduced in small quantities.
Annaada – The child is fed on a complete diet which can include roti, rice, vegetables, dal, soups, etc.
At Seven we guide mothers about the proper way of introducing healthy foods and preparations to the child according to his prakriti, feeding pattern and do’s and don’ts about the same.