Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)

Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)
Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)

Kerala Ayurveda Balakalpam (200 ml)

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Balakalpam from Kerala Ayurveda is a tonic for infants and children that helps promote proper growth and general well-being. It is an ayurvedic medicine specifically formulated for kids that helps them overcome cold and promotes digestion thanks to potent ingredients that help improve appetite. Balakalpam also helps provide relief to kids suffering from constipation by regulating digestion and improving bowel movement. 

If you are wondering about how to boost immunity in toddlers Ayurveda, then Balakalpam can help. This pleasant tasting tonic for infants and children is used to help build a stronger immune system. This protects children from a range of infections and health issues. It helps safeguard infants from problems such as regurgitation, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. In addition, it also helps maintain efficient and healthy liver function in kids.

Ingredients in Balakalpam

Balakalpam has been carefully formulated for infants and children to ensure proper digestion and improvement in their immunity. Ingredients are picked out to make sure they get maximum benefits from having this tonic regularly. Balakalpam helps balance pitta and Kapha in infants and children.


  • Helps improve immunity

  • Has a high number of anti-oxidants

  • Manages weight

  • Helps improve digestion

  • Is a probiotic

  • Has anti-fungal properties

  • Helps heal fast


  • Helps maintain a healthy immune system

  • Helps in metabolism 

  • Is good for the heart

  • Is a natural antioxidant

  • Nourishes the organs 

  • Has anti-inflammatory property

  • Has cleansing property


  • Improves appetite

  • Improves digestion 

  • Helps relieve abdominal pain

  • Improves liver function

  • Is an astringent 

  • Help reduce excess Kapha dosha


  • Helps improve immunity

  • Helps in easy bowel movement 

  • Treats gas symptoms 

  • Helps improve digestion

  • Helps heal respiratory problems 

  • Aids in quick healing


  • Helps in detoxification

  • Is a powerful astringent

  • Has antidiarrheal properties

  • Strengthens the intestines

  • Helps in improving digestion

  • Helps balance Vata and Kapha imbalances


Infants and children suffer from a range of problems. These are usually connected to weak immunity whereby the child’s immune system is unable to effectively keep the body safe. An alarming number of infants and children in India are suffering from digestion problems as well which are connected to a variety of other diseases.


Causes of Indigestion and Other Problems in Infants and Children

The causes of problems in infants and children vary according to the problem.

Appetite slump can be caused due to an illness such as fever, sore throat, or rash. A child may not have an appetite because he may be eating in-between meals which causes loss of appetite. If the child is not participating in games and sufficient physical activity, then that may be a major cause of appetite loss. Zinc deficiency may be causing loss of appetite and so can improper digestion. Age can determine appetite slump and so can the child’s temperament.

Digestion problems such as indigestion can be caused by certain types of medications that inhibit the body’s ability to digest. Some medicines cause heartburn in children which causes indigestion. GERD or Gastro-oesophageal Reflux Disease and child obesity are causes of indigestion as well. Less common causes of indigestion are stomach cancer, infections, and hiatus hernia. Stress can cause indigestion in children.

There is a range of causes of constipation. Constipation can be caused due to the child’s genes. If there is someone who had a history of constipation, then the child can have it too. Environmental factors can cause constipation and so can changes in routine. Some children are constipated because of medical conditions such as digestive system problems. Children can get constipated due to diet changes when growing up. Over-consumption of dairy products can cause constipation.

There are various causes of problems of growth in children. Skeletal abnormalities can cause growth problems and so can growth hormone deficiency. Stress plays a role in growth problems in children. Some children have delayed growth due to endocrine diseases. Chromosome abnormalities can cause growth problems and can delay growth. Some children have growth problems because of genetic conditions, precocious puberty, and poor nutrition.

There is no single cause of colic and researchers are still searching for a cause but there are some things that are believed to cause colic. Colic can be caused due to gas, a developing nervous system, and overstimulation due to noise or light. Another cause of colic is muscle spasms. These occur due to the baby’s digestive system that is growing. Colic can be caused due to hormones that can affect the baby’s mood. It can be caused due to oversensitivity to noise or light.

Child obesity is caused by several reasons. One of the most common reasons is the lack of exercise. When a child does not participate in games and sits at home playing games then he is at a higher risk of becoming obese. Children who do not eat healthy foods and opt for unhealthy foods are more prone to become obese. Genes play a role in increasing the risk factor of a child becoming obese. Some children can become obese due to a medical condition although this is rare.

  Ayurveda’s View on Child Health

Ayurveda’s approach states that a preventative approach can be taken to ensure that children tread on the right path. However, that is not to say that it is not possible to balance any imbalances that are present in children. The best part about children is that they have not lived in the world for long which means they are more open. Even a little bit goes a long way when it comes to children and that is why any imbalance can be quickly healed in children when compared to adults. Adults are more restrictive but children are more open to thriving.

Children are in the learning stage and this is why anything that they learn can be of immense benefit. They are naturally inclined to lean towards the positive and this is the reason why they tend to heal faster than adults. Ayurveda is about celebrating each child’s individuality. Each child has a unique combination of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha which makes them who they are at present. The doshas determine how the child behaves, what the child loves and hates, how healthy the child is, and how the child thinks. This is the key to understanding the imbalances.

A child’s imbalances occur due to the dosha makeup. That is, whenever there is an excess of a particular dosha then there is an imbalance in the child. When you understand their dosha or constitution, then you understand who they are. This can help you get an insight into what needs to be done wherever there are imbalances in the child. It helps you provide the child with preventative measures to ensure they stay safe from what is expected. This can be quite helpful as you can take precautions to keep the child protected at all times. 

When there is an excess of Vata then you will see the child being restless and being uneasy all the time. Excess Vata is indicated by not eating properly, constant constipation problems, inability to sleep, and constant worrying. The child has excess pitta when he exhibits extreme bad behaviour such as anger, has skin problems, suffers from diarrhea, or gets frustrated quite easily. The child who has an excess of Kapha has digestion problems, congestion, never seems to get enough sleep, suffers from depression and is lazy. Excess Kapha is denoted by the child being overweight too.

Children usually suffer from an excess of Kapha and Pitta. An excess of Kapha can be balanced in many ways. If your child has Kapha imbalance, then you should feed them food that has high fiber content such as vegetables and whole grains. When you use spices that aid digestion, such as turmeric and garlic, then it is best for the child. Kapha balancing can happen through positive changes to the lifestyle as well. Encouraging the child to play outside and participating in physical activity helps to balance Kapha. Encouraging mindfulness, meditation, and yoga is beneficial too.

Ayurveda emphasizes the benefits of routine for children. This can help the child live life optimally. Particularly, healthy eating habits and sleeping habits should be given importance to balance doshas in children. The focus should be placed on ensuring the child is getting adequate sleep every night. Creating a routine whereby children sleep at the same time every day and wake up at the same time every day is crucial. Creating an eating routine is vital and it helps ensure Kapha is balanced. You can help create a routine for everything to ensure consistency.

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