Ayurvedic Vaccination / Immunisation

“Swasthasya Swastha Rakshanam” , the very first aim of Charak Samhita and a priority fundamental to understand Ayurveda has in itself the essence of vaccination or inoculation. The dictum ‘prevention is better than cure’ is not a new concept at least for Ayurveda.
Need to vaccinate or inoculate was felt for in modern science since 1800 onwards. Though health and medicine scholars have described vaccination as top then achievements of public health in 20th century yet the opposition to vaccination has existed as long as vaccination itself. There has been enormous criticism against it as old as opposition to smallpox vaccine in England and United States around mid of 1800 resulting in anti-vaccination leagues. Recent controversies regarding the safety and efficacy of DTP, the measles, the mumps and rubella(MMR) vaccines, and the use of mercury containing preservative called thimerosal-has a perception of doubt among community at present. Altough the time periods have changed and good results of vaccination are seen in certain fields at present-wether politically, philosophically or spiritually-the opposition of vaccine have remained relatively consistent since Edward Jenner introduced it.
Ultimatedly there was need to sincerely look towards more safe and beneficiary ways. Ayurveda has the concept of immunization ie. defending body against disease in its basics. Prophylaxis(preventive) approach of Ayurveda is ancient, consistent, harmless and effective. The approach is totally different and gives prime importance to the management of Immunity based on its own philosophy and practice. Ayurveda covers broad spectrum of relevances responsible in occurring of disease such as Sharir, Nij, Kalaj, Deshaj, Sankramaka, Janpadodhvansa, Vishaj, Astanga-indriya artha samyoga, Pragya apradha and so on and not restricting it to categories Agantuj, Janpadodhvansa and few of Kalaj covered by modern immunization. Rest of the communities remain out of scope of modern immunization and vaccination.
Ayurveda gives different principles and methods of immunization along with wide range of immunity increasing herbal medicines. Prophylaxis principles include Nidan parivarjan, Dincharya, Ritucharya, Virrudha ahar, Sodhan kriya, Rasyan management, Agniddeepan, Prakriti etc and even Kulaj which describes safeguards against many congenital diseases. Herbal medication under the taxanomy of Rasayan has in itself to say a lot about immunization. Recently a US patent has been awarded to Serum Institue of India and University of Pune for using Ashwagandha as a vaccine adjuvant. An adjuvant increases the efficiacy of vaccination.
A special Ayurvedic Immunization Suvarnprashan is a safe ayurvedic combination which is beneficial for normal growth and development of a child. It increases immunity, intelligence, prevents recurrent infections, improves memory, concentration and learning ability and thus has a wide positive role in physical and mental development of child. It can be administered from birth to 10 years of age to bestow excellent benefits.
Panchagavya prashan is also concerned with immunization though has essence of ritual fundamental behind it. As a ritual it is practiced once every year during July and August during which the vaccine viraemia is at its peak in cow. Advance mechanism of this concept is as under.
Fresh Cow Dung———- Enteric organisms plus vaccinia virus
Urine ———–Acidic, antitoxic attenuation of microbes
Milk ———-Medium to protech attenuated organisms
Curd ———-Medium to protech attenuated organisms
Ghee ———-Enteric coating
Copper Vessel ———-Isolation Attenution
It works as an oral vaccination and every year a repeat dose can work as a booster dose. There is a need of further research to prove the hypothesis it has IgA.
Thus Ayurveda vaccination has a scope of prevention on larger basis, no side effects or after ill effects, takes care of body, mind and disease equally, rasayan practices can be safely promoted and lastly individual can participate in their own health management instead of being only passive patient.

Arya Ayurvedic Clinic
FF-7, Silvercoin Complex, Opposite Bhavan’s School
Makarpura, Vadodara. Gujarat. India.
Consultation on appointment Only………

Attention Pl. – The information at any place in this website is just on an informative basis as well as to create awareness among the people regarding their health and ecourage to adopt ayurveda in their routine life. Hence no one ever should take it as a forgranted treatment as such for any disesase and is always advised to contact his/her physician before using it in any way

The material in this blog is not intended to be prescriptive or to be construed as either legal or medical advice. Data contained herein that may  pertain to disease or medical terminology is for descriptive purposes only and no “attempt to cure” is intended or implied. Advice relative to disease should be used in cooperation with a doctor or one who understand nutrition. It is not the intent of the author to diagnose or prescribe. The intent is only to offer health information to help you cooperate with your doctor in your quest for health. In the event you use this information without your doctor’s approval,  you are prescribing for yourself, which is your constitutional right, but   the author assume no responsibility

19 thoughts on “Ayurvedic Vaccination / Immunisation

  1. Ayurveda is a best preventive therapy and allopathy creats new disease or make our immunity weak after having long medicinal treatment.


  2. I am 44 years lady leaving in Bangalore & having immunity issues. Can I also take immunity vaccination, please advice me


  3. Dear Dr. Rajesh,

    I have 10.5 mm Stone in Gall Bladder. It does not pain at all.
    However, one Doctor suggested me to remove Gall bladder.
    My age is 31 years.

    I believe in Ayurveda, So Is there any Medicine which will help me out?


    1. Its fine that its not paining and not creating any issues at present but you need to relsove it instead of carrying it. Ayurveda does have the treatment and as it is physically and syptomatically not creatming issues at present you can start with it. as it is a slow and long procress.


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  6. Dear Doctor Raj,

    The medicines prescribed by you-Balchaturbhadra syrup and Immunocin worked very well for my son resulting in no visit to his regular doctor this month for cough and fever.

    He still gets running nose a little but not as severe as before starting medicines prescribed by you.Also issue of fever has also stopped.

    However he dosen’t eat well.

    Kindly adv.


  7. Dear Doctor Raj,

    My son has turned 5 years old three months back.
    when he was 3 years old,he was once unwell due to viral infection.At that time it was summer and though he had fever,he used to ask for icecreams and we fell to his demands.
    But since then he has always cold and cough.He is very skinny now.The doctors say he get cold n cough regularly due to poor immunity.

    will you pls adv how we can make him healthy again.


  8. Dear Dr. Rajesh,

    I have 10.5 mm Stone in Gall Bladder. It does not pain at all.
    However, one Doctor suggested me to remove Gall bladder.

    I believe in Ayurveda, we have Medicine for this cure.
    But Doctor has informed me that if Stone is Broken in Many Pieces then there is a chance that there can be Jaundice as Small stone may block 2 mm Nerve. If this is blocked, there will be complications,

    So Is there any Medicine which will melt the stone and it should not break the Stone in Many Pieces?


    1. dear friend, u have not mentioned ur age. So cannot suggest perfectly about getting operated. Secondly ayurvedic treatment is a slow process and safe process. there is a treatment but it has to be taken in supervision of ayurvedic doctor and periodic checkup to know the status of stone. So visit some nearby ayurvedic doctor and then decide the further action


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