Our health is reflected in our daily lives and in a country with over 1.252 billion population, negligence is one of the most common issue with almost 5000 children dying everyday due to health issues.
Children with their innocence and laughter keeps us all together and binds us with joy. So when the child falls sick, the atmosphere feels sad. 

I was in 4th grade and my finals were around the corner. In between dance practice and weather change, I fell sick. I remember it so vividly till now because it was to the point I remember my parents discussing if I would be able to appear on my finals. I recall being in a dilemma- not being able to give my finals seemed like the end of my world as a 8 years old. I'd no more be the popular kid and be in a new class. It was the end for me, or so it seemed.
Then my grandma who always has good advice to give, asked my mom to buy a bottle of Chyawanprash which she has been giving to mother and her siblings over the years.
We have all had Chyawanprash at one point in our life or other and here's more about how it healed us.

A time-tested, age-old formulation has a number of herbs like Amla, known to be one of the best antioxidants, Giloy (Guduchi), known to have immuno-modulatory properties, and has more than 40 other natural ingredients.
Dabur Chyawanprash has anti-oxidant properties and helps to strengthen your body's internal defence mechanism - the immune system - thereby protecting you from day to day infections such as cough, cold etc.

Recent scientific studies conducted on Dabur Chyawanprash have proven its immunomodulatory and anti-allergic potential.  Dabur Chyawanprash increases Immunity by 3 times & hence protects against illness.

Transcending generations Chyawanprash has kept our family healthy and happy.

Whenever we cross a slum area in our very comfortable ride, we can't help but get curious about the life of the many people living in a hut like tent around the sidewalk. It is so easy to be ignorant but if we take a minute to wonder how our own country people are deprived of one of the most basic of human rights-
a sanitary toilet.
India, in the 21st century, still has 597 million people defecating in the open. This is mainly due to lack of toilets! Imagine the impact it has on the dignity of women of our country and the impact on their health is the actual cry for help. 

The lack of toilets increase the risk of microbial contamination of water(bacteria, viruses, amoeba) which causes diseases like diarrhoea.

  • 215,000 children under five die from diarrhoea every year. 
  • India has the highest numbers of under-five deaths globally. 
  • Nearly half of the Indian children under five years of age are stunted. 
  • 20% of deaths among children under-14 are due to diseases caused by poor sanitation and hygiene. 
  • Almost 28 million school children across India do not have access to school toilet facilities. 
  • Only 6 per cent of rural children less than five years of age use toilets. 

How can you help?

Domex has taken the initiative to make villages in India open-defecation free zone. 
Good news is you can participate in the "You Click Domex Contributes" initiative. All you have to do is visit http://www.domex.in/ and click on "Contribute Now". You can login using your email id or even your Facebook account. With every click Domex will contribute Rs.5 for making villages open defecation free.
Do take a minute of your time and be a part of this initiative.

"Someone is praying for the blessing you take for granted."