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What is immunity?

Immunity is our defense mechanism. Our immunity protects us from the viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms. Our immunity system consists of certain cells such as Leucocytes (white blood cells), lymphocytes, T-cells, B-cells etc. in case of infection or toxicity, our immunity system attacks the infectious or toxic agents and destroys it. Sometimes our immunity behaves strangely and destroys our own body cells. This condition is termed as Autoimmunity.

Immunity in Ayurveda

In Ayurveda, immunity is termed as “Vyadhikshamatva” (resistance). It is also co-related with our Ojas or Bala. In Ayurveda, three types of Bala are mentioned.

  • Sahaja Bala (Natural Immunity)
  • Kaalaja Bala
  • Yuktikrita Bala (Acquired Immunity)

Sahaja Bala is one’s natural immunity. Everyone carries one’s own inherent immunity which is derived from the parents. Sahaja bala is stagnant. It cannot be increased or decreased

Kalaja Bala is strength according to seasons and age. As a child grows, his/her immunity increases. In the old age, immunity decreases. In the mixed seasons like vasanta ritu, immunity tends to decrease.

Yuktikrita Bala is acquired immunity. This immunity can be increased through various diet, lifestyle and medicines. There are many immunity boosters which increases the immunity

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Ayurveda Immunity boosters

How to increase the immunity is very well mentioned in Ayurveda. There are various immunity boosters such as…

  • Kalmegh
  • Guduchi
  • Bhumiamalaki
  • Kiratatikta
  • Haridra (Turmeric)
  • Amalaki

One needs to take the immunity boosters considering one’s own body constitution (Prakriti) and digestive capacities. If taken regularly, in proper dose, these herbs can definitely increase the immunity.

What is Suvarnaprashana

According to ancient Indian texts, one has to follow 16 samskaras (procedures or rituals) throughout his/her lifetime. First samskara is “Garbhadharana”. This samsakara is to be performed by the parents to reproduce and last samskara is “Antyeshti” i.e. cremation. Suvarnaprashana is one of the 16 important samskaras according to Ayurveda.

Time of suvarnaprashana

Suvarnaprashana can be done daily, weekly or monthly. It is said that if suvarnaprashana is given on Pushya Nakshatra, it is more beneficial. Suvarnaprashana can be given to 0-16 years of age. Suvarnaprashana ingridients

In suvarnaprashana, purified Gold Bhasma is mixed along with some of the best brain tonics, immunity boosters, cow ghee and honey.

Benefits of Suvarnaprashana

  • Increases child’s vitality
  • Increases child’s intellect
  • Increases immunity
  • Increases physical and mental capacities
  • Increases appetite and digestive power
  • Good for skin, hair and complexion

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