Best Ayurveda treatment to Gastric | Bloating | Gas


Bloating / Gastric

Gastritis, In Ayurveda,  known as “Urdhavaga Amalapitta” is a common name for inflammation of the inner lining of the stomach, which is known as the mucosa. Following are symptoms of stomach ailments

  1. Cramps in the stomach
  2. Diarrhea
  3. Constipation
  4. Blood with the stools. .

If stomach pain left untreated, it may give rise to complications like stomach ulcers. And these ulcers can be fatal.

Jathragni in Ayurveda - Controls Metabolism

Jatharagni is, digestive fire in the body responsible for metabolizing food. Jatharagni is one of 13 types of fire in the body according to Ayurvedic philosophy.

The name comes from the Sanskrit jathara meaning “abdomen” and agni meaning “fire”. It is important that jatharagni is in balance for optimum health and this balance of Jathra Agno is good for both digestion and overall health.

However, jatharagni is affected by the imbalance in doshas and this imbalance in Jathragni is in four possible ways. 

  1. Vishama agni when vata dominates 
  2. Tikshna agni, where pitta dominates. 
  3. Manda agni, where kapha dominates. 
  4. SamAgni when all doshas are in balance and this is healthy state. 
Causes of Gastritis
  1. Unhealthy eating habit.
  2. Irregular and over eating.
  3. Excessive consumption of alcohol
  4. Eating a lot of spicy and greasy foods
  5. Toxins produced due to the infections give rise to gastritis.
  6. Some Drugs have side affects such as aspirin
  7. Stress, worry and anxiety 
Ayurveda treatment to Gastritis - Vishmagni

According to Ayurveda, the Gastric disorder is due to the imbalance in Vata dosha. So we must avoid the food items which aggravate Vata Dosha and this imbalance in Vata make Samagni to Vishama agni.

Most important is diet/food in stomach problems. As per Ayurveda, each type of food has its own “Gunas”. Gunas are qualities (like cold and hot) that describe the effect of food on our body. So we need to make changes in our dietary style : 

  1. Spicy or fried foods and sour foods should be avoided as their “Guna” is hot so increase acidity.
  2. Foods that increase the stomach acids should also be avoided like Spicy, Chilly based.
  3. Fresh fruits and vegetables should be taken as these reduce the inflammation in the lining of the Stomach.
  4. Avoid Cold beverages like cold milk , staple food, raw salad, dry food like  sprouts as their Guna is old and they decrease metabolism.
  5. Bitter gourd, pumpkin, grapes, melons, pomegranate and cucumber are good food items for this condition.
  6. Hot water should be taken.
  7. Include Ghee in Diet
  8. Try to have semi solid diet and multiple meals , do not put long hour gaps in the meals.

There  are therapies also based on Panchkarma like Basti which are “Shodhan” or Purification therapy to clean up the system or eliminate  Pitta Dosha from Body.

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