Evidence based observational study of Swarna Prashana in children (1 of 2)

We found an extraordinary journal published at International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy.

A multicentric public health initiative was conducted by the SDM college of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan Karnataka to understand and to note the preventive and promotive aspect of Swarnaprashana in children. It was conducted in their college and other identified swarnaprashana centres across Karnataka.

Over 3,14877 children participated in the public health initiative. Children aged between 0-16 years were administered swarnaprashana once in a month in 16 centers.

After the completion of 21 doses that is 21 months the results were assessed.

  • 94.73% reported improvement in mental and physical health.
  • 56.14% parents reported that the child is free from recurrent respiratory tract infections in past 6 months.
  • 79.46% showed improvement in memory and concentration.
  • 79.82% showed improvement in digestion related complaints.

Great work by respective people. Read the actual research journal here.

1 thought on “Evidence based observational study of Swarna Prashana in children (1 of 2)”

  1. This is incredible achievement on the path of bringing the lost Vedic culture back to the present modern life , this opens up the mind of many people .

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