Dikemali – Ayurvedic Teething Remedy

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By – Varda Agrawal


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My son started teething, in the winter months. The place where we live ,we have a nice & cold weather. But last year , it was too cold. I could not even think of soothing him ,  with the help of common teething remedies., like cold spoon , cold teether , cold food … So I was little worried, how to soothe my little one , who was in severe pain & discomfort.

My father , is fond of  Ayurveda, he keeps reading books & literature , by which he has gathered , a lot of information regarding the same. So he suggested me to use DIKEMALI POWDER, for soothing my teething  son . A quick ,easy remedy to soothe a teething baby. I consulted My son’s pediatrician before using it.


It is available in powder form . Please buy either branded Ayurvedic product , or from trusted Ayurvedic store. Since it is to be used for babies, we can not risk adulteration.

I , first stored it in , clean & dry, airtight container, to avoid contamination.

In a well sterilized  bowl or spoon , take breast milk  or boiled & cooled water, to which add about a pinch of Dikemali powder. Please see to it that the consistency , should be paste like.

Please , clean your hands with hand sanitizer / soap.

Take a little amount of this paste on finger & gently massage gently on your little ones gums.

How It Benefited My Son 

I observed that , after I applied Dikemali powder in paste form to my son’s swollen gums , the swelling reduced & pain was relived. Hence, I was able to soothe my teething baby in the months of cold.

So If you are stuck in situation like me ,this is the quick, easy, safe , effective remedy to soothe a teething baby.

Happy parenting !

Also read ,

All About Teething 

How to Soothe The teething Baby


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