Showing posts with label acidity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label acidity. Show all posts


Hyperacidity is a common pervasive, if not treated in time, leads to the formation of ulcers in the digestive tract. It is mainly caused when hydrochloric acid, an important component of the digestive juices is produced in excess.

Causes Of Acidity

1. Excessive heat, spicy foods, fried.

2. The consumption of fats, sweets, adulterated and fermented foods.

3. The consumption of alcohol.

4. Excessive consumption of strong chocolate, tea, coffee, garlic, onion and heavy smoking.

5. Stress-related conditions such as anger, fear, worry.

6. Excessive exposure to sun and heat.

7. Aspirin and drugs inflammatory.

Signs And Symptoms Acidity

1. Burning sensation in the chest and throat.

2. Oral secretions Agria / belching.

3. Vomiting, headache.

4. Heat in the body.

5. Lack of appetite.

The Herbal Medicines For Acidity

1. A decoction of the sandal (chandan) can eat three times a day for relief.

2. Fruit pulp tender coconut can be taken from time to time. Tender coconut water relieves gastric irritation.

3. Added simple sugar if eaten cold water also lowers the acidity level immediately. However, diabetics should refrain from this resource.

4. About 200 to 500 ml of cold milk taken in sips during the day and at bedtime has proven very beneficial in controlling acidity.

Ayurvedic remedies For Acidity

1. Avipattikara Churnam is a good Ayurvedic remedy. 3 g of powder and dissolved in 50 ml of hot water should be taken twice daily for 40 days.

2. Sooktyn tablets in doses of 1 tablet three times daily with warm water is another effective remedy.

3. Sutshekar Ras (simple) 1 tablet three times a day taken with water after meals effectively controls the acidity.

4. Kamdudha Ras (with pearls) is a drug of choice for acid taken in doses of 1 tablet three times a day.
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Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda ) is one of the world's oldest medical systems. It originated in India more than 3,000 years ago and remains one of the country's traditional health care systems