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Ayurvedic Remedy For Digestive Disorders

Author : Gurnam Saini  
Ayurvedic Remedy For Digestive Disorders
Ayurvedic Remedy For Digestive Disorders

Charaka Samhita, an early text on Ayurveda, says The body is the outcome of food. Even so, disease is the outcome of food. The distinction between ease and disease arises on account of wholesome nutrition or the lack of it respectively.

 

Ayurveda recognizes poor digestion as the main cause of several diseases like bloating and gas. An impaired digestion doesn’t allow the appropriate absorption of nutrients in the body and thus hinder nourishment.

 

Ayurveda therefore emphasizes on both, the quality of food intake and the right functioning of digestive system. Here are the four types of digestion as recognized by Ayurveda. 

 

Four Types of Digestion

 

1. Irregular Digestion- Irregular Digestion is common in Vata types and is characterized by variable hunger, bloating, indigestion, intestinal cramps, constipation, dry stools, gurgling and gas. 

 

Remedy: Spices with carminative, warming and relaxing action can be beneficial for people suffering from irregular digestion. A special Ayurvedic preparation Asafoetida Plus, a blend of asafoetida, fennel, cumin, nigella seed, ginger, black pepper consumed half an hour before the meals, is a good remedy. 

 

2. Intense Digestion- Intense Digestion is common in Pitta types and has symptoms such as intense huger, parched mouth, dry throat, loose stool and a burning sensation in intestines. 
 

Remedy: Herbs that neutralize acidity in stomach may be good for people with intense digestion. A blend of Amla and Peppermint is a suggesitve remedy. 

 

3. Weak Digestion- Weak Digestion is common in Kapha types and is characterized by weak hunger, slow digestion, heaviness after meals, slow-moving bowels, bulky stool and sensation of cold. 
 

Remedy: Stimulating spices are good for people with weak digestion. Trikatu, a blend of ginger, black pepper and long pepper is a fine remedy.

 

4. Balanced Digestion- Balance Digestion, as the name suggests, is characterized by balanced hunger and digestion. Triphala, the considered a good digestive regulator in Ayurveda to maintain balanced digestion.

 

Common Ayurvedic tips for Digestive Problems

  • Meal should be started with chutney of ginger, lime and a pinch of rock salt, where appropriate.
  • Eat freshly cooked, warm food.
  • Processed, cold-refrigerated and stale should be avoided.
  • Food should be properly chewed in the mouth.
  • Sip warm water with each meal.
  • Say no to ice water for healthy digestion.
  • Eat in a peaceful environment. 
  • Eat sitting down and not standing up. 
  • Use wholesome foods and yoga, meditation for perfect digestion.  

 

 

If you wish to enquire more information on digestive disorders Ayurvedic Natural Treatment in Melbourne, you may contact us at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic.

 

 

 

 

Gurnam Saini

Ayurvedic Practitioner  (Recognised as Ayurvedic Doctor in India)

Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine from India

MD in Alternative Medicine from India 

Certificate in Ayurveda Panchkarma Detox form India

Certificate in Ayurveda Pulse & Tongue diagnosis India

Post Graduate Diploma in Mental Health Nursing from Melbourne

Member of AAA (Australasian Association of Ayurveda) 

Organising Secretary of AYUSH MELBOURNE CONFERENCE, 2018

 

 

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Disclaimer: The information on ayurvedic products and medicines on our website is for educational purposes only. One should not buy these products over the counter. These should only be taken after ayurvedic consultation with an ayurvedic practitioner. The uses and indications of these herbal products are based on Traditional Ayurvedic text books. These herbs should be supplemented with appropriate diet and lifestyle to get beneficial effects. Although there is a lot of research done on Ayurveda these days, yet these herbal products might not hold enough current research based evidence.

 
 
 

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Gurnam Saini has over 15 years’ experience in Ayurvedic naturopathy treatments in Melbourne, Australia. He has completed his bachelor degree in Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, India. He has done MD in Alternative Medicine and certificate courses in Panchakarma Detox, Pulse diagnosis and skin care. He is also a member of the Australasian Association of Ayurveda (AAA). He has won awards for ground-breaking work in Ayurveda globally. Read More