Peptic ulcer is an ulcer of the mucous membrane lining of the stomach.
People with gastritis, acidity and heartburn are more prone to peptic ulcer.
In the language of Ayurveda, stomach ulcer is known as annadravshool, annadrava meaning assimilated food and shool meaning pain. On the other hand, duodenal ulcer is known as parinaamshool, parinaam referring to post-digestive fluid and shool meaning pain.
Ayurvedic treatment principles for peptic ulcer are based on a comprehensive approach. The approach comprises of a wide range of Ayurvedic herbs, Ayurvedic therapies, Yoga and diet plans.
These herbs have been traditionally used in treating ulcer in the digestive system.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Amla Indian goodeberry Fruit
Giloy - Tinospora Cordifolia
Chandan- Sandalwood powder
In peptic ulcer, there is excess of pitta humor, which can be balanced through the use of Virechana therapy, a herbal enema process.
Yoga nourishes the body and mind from within, thus offering a viable treatment option for many disease. Following yoga postures may help imporve digestive health:
Some other beneficial Yoga Asanas for peptic ulcer are:
Besides anti-ulcer medications, organized lifestyle is very important to treat stomach ulcers. The lifestyle changes may include the following:
If you wish to enquire more information on Peptc Ulcers Natural Treatment in Melbourne, you may contact us at Pure Herbal Ayurved Clinic.
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Ayurveda stads for extensive and elaborate clinical examination to understand thenature of the disease