The happy child!

I must warn you before you start, this isn’t a regular funny post like I usually do. But at the same time I am not advertising too. Just that I’ve been falling sick too much lately that I just bought a pack of Dabur Chyawanprash and next thing I see is indiblogger happy hours. One thing leads to another and here you are, reading this gem of a post by me. Am I not awesome? Ok don’t answer that. Although I do want you to answer this. How do you like your kids at home? Healthy and smiling or frail and sad?

It is true that kids are like a battery for the machine called home. And kids falling sick, brings down the energy level of the entire family… not to mention it gets them worried to the core. When the kid is like me, these things happen like every week. Oh yeah, you’re reading the guy who could personally hold the record of falling sick the most number of times in the world, if only he was not too sick to claim it!!

But it’s not all bad, it’s just that I happen to be allergic to more number of things than usual. And when there’s too cold outside, my sick cells crave for more problems! I remember how I used to have that one spoon of chyawanprash everyday in the morning to make sure I didn’t catch a cold. I always thought it was more of a psychological effect than physical, but now that I travel a lot and well, have a little more knowledge about the human body, I can see where I was wrong.

Before coming across this amazing post on Indiblogger, I had a conversation with my mom where she asked me to start eating Dabur Chyawanprash again. I’ve been eating that since I was a little child. Turns out the few days of the year I wasn’t sick, it was thanks to that. Have you thought how much one loses with a sick person in the family? I cannot remember the number of times I was absent from school because I had a fever. Although that’s one thing I never hated. But apart from that, the continuous headaches, cold, the unwillingness to move, not feeling like talking to anyone… now you don’t want that in a kid, do you? I mean, that he’ll do anyway when he hits puberty. Erm… kidding…

Do what Madhuri says man! Isn’t she beautiful!?

As much as I hate taking large pills, once you fall ill, there’s hardly a way to avoid that. But to think about it, when we grow up, the large pills we took as children are big reasons of kidney and liver failures. How about replacing the pills and chemicals with something as natural as Amla and other amazing herbs?

If you haven’t fallen in love with the idea already, I am sure you’re the tough one with an amazing inbuilt immunity. But I’d still tell you this, a small microbe is all it takes to take down the strongest of men. Extra protection is always recommended! So that’s it, I am off to a good health and so is my little nephew, hope you’re too. Before you go, do check this out. A stylish way to give you some health info.

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