The Totka must be commenced on a Saturday night when the child is fast asleep. The parent has to cut 2 to 3 strands of hair from the root of the crown of the child’s head and keep the hair aside. This has to be done everyday until the next Saturday, which is eight days in all.
Then on next day, which is Sunday, the parent should take all the stored hair and take them to the entrance of the main door of the house and burn them to an ash and then stamp his/her foot over the ash of the burnt hair and scatter it.
Practicing this remedy is believed to stimulate the child’s brain and enhance his grasping and memory power.
A same remedy was published a few years back, this one is an improvement and variation of the earlier remedy, which can be seen - Here.