During our ancient times, the food itself was medicine. There used to be the application of home remedies or ayurvedic medicines first to combat any disease or infection. But now with the emergence of a busy lifestyle, we have become more inclined towards modern medicines, genetically modified food, and chemically-treated drinks. Hence, nowadays it has become a challenge for every parent to keep their children healthy and strong.
Swarnaprashan is a remedy or a way to boost children’s immunity, naturally. It is time-tested and has been practised since ages by our ancestors and gurus. It strengthens overall health and enhances the intellectual power of a child. And most importantly, it does not have any side-effect.
Swarnaprashan is also known as swarnaprashana, suvarnaprashan, suvarnaprashana or swarna bindu prashana in different languages. Swarnaprashan is a unique blend of Swarna bhasma (ash of gold), honey, ghee, vital herbal extracts and ayurvedic ingredients like Bhramhi, Manjishtha, Vacha, Chitrak, etc. It is given orally to a child to build long-lasting health and to increase intellectual power, naturally.
It is not only beneficial for normal children but also for the children who require some ‘extra’ care. The presence of ayurvedic herbs helps in the overall growth and healthy development in children.
BENEFITS OF SWARNAPRASHAN
The benefits for swarnaprashan has been discussed in several ayurvedic books and even in several paediatric columns. It includes,
- It enhances intellectual power.
- It boosts immunity, naturally.
- It promotes healthy metabolism and digestion.
- It is auspicious for a child. According to our ayurvedic books and ancient texts, Swarna Prashan is one of the sixteen samskaras for children.
- It enhances the glow of the skin.
Till what age Swarnparshan can be given and how?
Swarnaprashan can be given from the age of 6 months until 15 years. It is given preferably, to an empty stomach in the early morning.
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Why Pushya Nakshatra is considered to be auspicious for giving Swarnaprashan to a child?
Pushya Nakshatra is among the 27 nakshatras. This Pushya Nakshatra is considered to very auspicious out of others. Sometimes, this is also called as ‘The star of Nourishment’. If someone takes a closer look at the sky to see Pushya Nakshatra arrangement it looks like a Cow’s Udder. As we all know, Cow is a holy animal, and it nourishes us in several ways, hence Pushya Nakshatra is considered to be the best day for giving Swarnaprashan to a child.
Pushya Nakshatra is also an auspicious day to start any medicinal dosage, to plant trees, to start learning, and as well as to start any new venture. It is believed that any work started during this time, will yield positive results and will benefit everyone.
Ideally, Swarnaprashan should be started from the date of Pushya Nakshatra and can be continued daily as per the mentioned dosage, however, if you wish you may give on every consecutive date of Pushya Nakshatra, Swarnaprashan will show its effectiveness.
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Pushya Nakshatra in Year 2022 date and time.
|Sr. No||Month in 2022||Start Date and time ( From )||End Date and Time ( To)|
|1||January||Tuesday – Jan 18, 4:36 AM||Wednesday – Jan 19, 6:40 AM|
|2||February||Monday – Feb 14, 11:53 AM||Tuesday – Feb 15, 1:48 PM|
|3||March||Sunday – Mar 13, 8:05 PM||Monday – Mar 14,10:07 PM|
|4||April||Sunday – Apr 10, 4:29 AM||Monday – Apr 11, 6:49 AM|
|5||May||Saturday – May 7, 12:16 PM||Sunday – May 8, 2:55 PM|
|6||June||Friday – Jun 3, 7:06 PM||Saturday – Jun 4, 9:53 PM|
|7||July||Friday – Jul 1, 1:09 AM||Saturday – Jul 2, 3:56 AM|
|8||July||Thursday – Jul 28, 7:06 AM||Friday – Jul 29, 9:46 AM|
|9||August||Wednesday – Aug 24, 1:39 PM||Thursday – Aug 25, 4:15 PM|
|10||September||Tuesday – Sep 20, 9:06 PM||Thursday – Sep 22, 11:45 PM|
|11||October||Tuesday – Oct 18, 5:13 AM||Wednesday – Oct 19, 7:59 AM|
|12||November||Monday – Nov 14, 1:16 PM||Tuesday – Nov 15, 4:10 PM|
|13||December||Sunday – Dec 11, 8:36 PM||Tuesday – Dec 13, 11:33 PM|