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CHITRAKADI VATI

  • 100 % Natural product
  • Formulated by MD Ayurveda expert
  • Helps maintain a healthy digestive system*
  • 100% vegetarian formula
  • Enhances pitta*
  • Free from chemicals, preservatives, starch, additives, colors, yeast, binders, fillers etc.
  • Contains age old herbs described in ancient Ayurveda texts

INGREDIENTS OF CHITRAKADI VATI

Each Tablet is 500 mg

Main Ingredients:-

  • Plumbago zeylanica,
  • Five salts,
  • Zingiber officinale,
  • Piper nigrum,
  • Piper longum,
  • Piper longum root,
  • Ferula asafoetida,
  • Piper chaba,
  • Trachyspermum roxburghianum

Processed in Pomegranate juice

Ref. Ayurvedic Text - Bh. Ratnavali/Chapter of IBS

PACK SIZE

1 bottle - 120 tablets

DOSAGE

2 tablets, twice or thrice per day.

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DIGESTION AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE OVERALL HEALTH OF THE BODY

The human body is a multisystem unit that is run by several organs and organ systems working together in complete harmony with each other.

One such system is the digestive system. It has the responsibility of looking after the whole process of food intake its processing and elimination of the wastes produced as a result of it.

When we do not eat the right kind of food which our body has been naturally made to digest, many problems like indigestion, flatulence, irregular bowel, bloating, abdominal pain and diseases like Irritable bowel syndrome occur.

AYURVEDIC POINT OF VIEW FOR THE PROCESS OF DIGESTION

Ayurveda is an indigenous system of medicine which has been widely popular in India since ancient times. It has its own theories and principles.

According to Ayurveda, the entire universe and every living and non –living thing in it is made up of five basic elements namely, akash (space), vayu (air), agni (fire), jala (water), prithvi (earth).

Out of these, the three doshas or the body energies known as the vata, pitta and the kapha have different combination of these five elements.

Ayurveda considers these three doshas as the three pillars of health on which the whole body is balanced.

These three doshas regulate different body functions. Amongst them, Pitta dosha is responsible for predominantly managing the digestive process in the body.

This pitta dosha has many components which work at different levels to control the process of digestion. One of them is Jatharagni, or the digestive fire.

The optimum functioning of this digestive fire is responsible for maintaining the process of digestion.

In case of faulty eating habits, this digestive fire gets affected and alters the digestive system as a whole.

WHAT IS "AMA"?

Ama is the undigested food material that starts fermenting inside the body to produce numerous toxins that have damaging effects on different body organs.

COMMON PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE FAULTY DIGESTION OF FOOD

  1. Feeling of heaviness in the stomach and abdomen
  2. Flatulence
  3. Nausea
  4. Altered bowel movement – loose motion or constipation
  5. Pain in abdomen which may be continuous or intermittent

IS THERE ANY NATURAL CURE FOR INDIGESTION?

Our body will only process what all we dump in it. So the kind of food we eat determines how our digestive system will respond.

To naturally keep your digestive system healthy, go for natural fruits and vegetables rich in fibers, vitamins and minerals which not only aid in digestion but are rich sources of anti –oxidants as well.

ARE NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS EFFECTIVE IN MAINTAINING A HEALTHY DIGESTIVE SYSTEM?

Natural supplements alone will not do wonders for you in processing what all food you eat. They need to be complimented with the right kind of diet for long term results.

Regular exercise also acts as a great boost for the metabolism and each and every person should stay physically active by choosing the right kind of fitness routine that suits his/ her body.

Chitrakadi vati can be consumed as a great dietary supplement for maintaining a healthy digestive system.

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