Baidyanath Kumar Kalyan Ras: It is an Ayurvedic medicine in tablet form. It is used in the treatment of fever, cough, jaundice, diarrhoea etc in children. This medicine contains heavy metal ingredients, hence should only be taken under strict medical supervision.
Benefits & Medicinal Uses
Ancient ayurvedic scholars have formulated Kumar Kalyan Ras in such way that it can be beneficial in all diseases occurring in infants and children. It is effective in all diseases of lungs, brain, heart, liver, bones, muscles etc.
Kumar Kalyan Ras pacifies all three humors (Tridosha VATA, PITTA & KAPHA). It provides strength to the body and increases mental awareness and alertness in children. The Swarna Bhasma, Mukta Pishti and Abhrak Bhasma in Kumar Kalyan Ras also improve immunity and brainpower in children.
Recurrent Respiratory Infections
However, 5 to 9 times per year child can suffer seasonal diseases. In such cases, no additional treatment is necessary. However, in some children, respiratory infections occur too frequently like after 15 days or in every month. In such cases, Kumar Kalyan Ras is also beneficial. Kumar Kalyan Ras improves and builds immunity against several bacteria and viruses, which ultimately protects children from recurrent infections. In such case, Kumar Kalyan Ras should be given with Sitopaladi Churna and honey.
Muscle Weakness (Hypotonia) in Children
Hypotonia is defined as decreased muscle tone, which may have several underlying causes. These can be congenital hypotonia, muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy. In ayurveda, for all these underlying diseases, Kumar Kalyan Ras is used. Kumar Kalyan Ras provides strength to muscles, improves neurological coordination, and increases muscle tone. Ashwagandha and milk are best adjuvants for Kumar Kalyan Ras in such diseases. Other remedies may also require according to symptoms and actual health conditions, which may vary in each child with these diseases.
General Child Weakness & Debility
Kumar Kalyan Ras is also effective in general physical weakness or debility in children. It improves digestion, appetite, and promotes general well-being. For this purpose, Arvindasava is accurate adjuvant for Kumar Kalyan Ras. Many children lose their appetite and weight after a prolong sickness. In such cases, Kumar Kalyan Ras along with Arvindasava is also very beneficial.
Dosage: 62.5 mg once or twice a day, before or after food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor. It is traditionally administered along with milk, honey or sugar.