Introduction

"Good digestion is happiness and bad digestion is the root of all diseases". When food is not digested properly it becomes poison in body and results in digestion health issues. If you have a stomach upset you cannot enjoy your meal. There are various factors which are responsible for this problem like over eating, eating rapidly, eating unhealthy foods, bad combination of foods, improper eating timing of breakfast, lunch and dinner.

What is Dyspepsia?

Dyspepsia

Dyspepsia which is also called as indigestion or stomach upset. Dyspepsia describes the pain and discomfort in upper abdomen which results in the nausea, bloating and burping. Dyspepsia occurs when stomach acids come in contact with lining of digestive system and break down the mucosa which results in inflammation and trigger the symptoms of indigestions.

Symptoms of Dyspepsia

  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Sweating
  • Burning sensation in chest
  • Burping
  • Bloating
  • Black stools
  • Lethargy

"There is rarely to worry about the indigestion. But you must visit your doctor if symptoms last for more than two weeks. In very few cases, indigestion may be the symptom of stomach cancer"

Complications Associated with Dyspepsia

  • Gallstone
  • Due to the over acid production, stomach ulcers can form.
  • Stomach juices cause the destruction to the lining of digestive system that may lead to gastritis.
  • Excessive acid production causes the Zollinger Ellison disease which results in the tumors in upper pancreas and upper part of your small intestine (duodenum).
  • Esophageal and duodenal ulcers can form.

Ayurvedic Outlook

In Ayurveda there are three energies – vata, pitta and kapha which are responsible for a healthy body. So imbalance in any of three energies results in the health complications. Dyspepsia is also the result of aggravated vata dosha. When there is improper digestion of food occurs due to low jathragni and a very little part of food is converted in the nutritious juices while greater part is converted into the waste products. Accumulation of excess waste products causes the aggravation of vata dosha. Aggravated pitta dosha results in the production of ama (toxin) in body. Ama production results in dyspepsia and various other stomach complications.

Herbal Remedies for Dyspepsia by Planet Ayurveda

Planet Ayurveda provides effective herbal remedies such as Heartburn Capsules, Agnitundi vati, Mahashankh vati & Digestion Support for ayurvedic treatment of dyspepsia. These herbal remedies are prepared from using best quality herbs and strictly follow the principles of Ayurveda. All these herbal remedies of Planet Ayurveda are 100 percent pure, natural and vegetarian. These are free from chemicals, additives and preservatives. These are safe to use as these are free from side effects.

1. Heartburn Capsules

Heart burn capsules are the amazing formulation of Planet Ayurveda for the treatment of dyspepsia.

Ingredients:-

  1. Parval pishti (Coral) – Parval pishti is prepared from the coral which is rich in the carbon hence improves the digestion. It helps to balance the vata, pitta and kapha thus provides the relief in digestion.
  2. Akik pishti (Agate) – It helps to balance the vata and pitta thus good for the treatment of dyspepsia.
  3. Jawar mohra pishti (Coral) – This natural ingredient has cooling properties thus helps to balance the vata, pitta and kapha thus provides relief in digestion problems.
  4. Kamdudha ras (Coral) – It supports the healthy digestive system. It provides the relief in heart burn thus quite effective in the treatment of dyspepsia. It also helps to balance the pitta dosha in the body.
  5. Mukta pishti (Pearl) – Mukta pisthi is prepared from the pearls. It helps to provide relief in gastritis and burning sensation.
  6. Guduchi (Giloy) – This herb also provides the relief from burping, heartburn and vomiting

Dosage - One capsule, two times in a day.

2. Agnitundi vati

This herbal formulation has the miraculous properties and helps to strength digestive system.

Ingredients:-

  1. Triphala – Triphala is major ingredient of agnitundi vati. It helps to reduce the acidity problems thus quite effective in the treatment of dyspepsia.
  2. Jeerak (Cyminum cuminum) – Jeerak is the most common spice used in the Indian kitchen. It contains a biomolecule thymol which accelerate the various enzymes for proper digestion of food in stomach.
  3. Shunthi (Gingiber officinale)– It helps to provide relief in heartburn.
  4. Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)– Chitrak is also an important ingredient of agnitundi vati. It is quite effective for various stomach problems like indigestion, peptic ulcers and heartburn.
  5. Pippali (Piper longum) – It is quite beneficial in the treatment of diarrhea, indigestion and hyperacidity.
  6. Maricha (Pipper nigrum) – It provides the relief in the complications associated with dyspepsia like peptic ulcers, heartburn and improves the digestion.

Dosage - Two tablets two times in a day.

3. Mahashankh vati

Mahashankh vati is the combination of various natural ingredients like Pippali mool (Piper longum), Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanica), Danti mool (Baliospermun montanum), Pippali (Piper longum), Marich (Piper nigrum), Shunti (Gingiber officinale), Shuddha vatsanabha, Hingu, Sjankha bhasma and Panch lavana. All the ingredients have cooling properties thus help to balance the pitta and vata dosha thus quite effective in the treatment of dyspepsia.

Dosage - Two tablets two times in a day.

4. Digestion Support

Digestion support is quite beneficial for the treatment of stomach disorder and supports the healthy digestive system.

Ingredients:-

  1. Amla (Emblica officinalis) – This herb helps to balance the vata, pitta and kapha thus provides the relief in dyspepsia.
  2. Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) – It also provide relief in heartburn.
  3. Bahera (Terminalia bellerica) - It helps to improve the digestion process and also maintain the stomach pH.
  4. Sounf (Foeniculum vulgare) – It provides the relief in flatulence and gas.
  5. Jeerak (Cyminum cuminum) – It helps to provide the relief in the heartburn, nausea and vomiting.
  6. Pippali (Piper longum) – It also supports the healthy digestive system.
  7. Dhania (Coriander sativum) – Dhania is the most common spice used in Indian kitchen and have the great medicinal importance in Ayurveda. It helps to provide relief in gastritis and stomach pain.

Dosage - One capsule two times in a day.

Dietary Guidelines

"A healthy balanced diet can keep you away from the stomach complications"

  • Avoid spicy food.
  • Avoid white flour and white sugar.
  • Avoid non vegetarian diet.
  • Avoid alcohol.
  • Avoid smoking.
  • Don't consume chocolates, pastries and puddings.
  • Avoid high fat foods.
  • Always take the good combination of food.
  • Don't eat too fast.
  • Eat freshly prepared food.
  • Drinking 2 or 3 glasses of water in morning is also beneficial for good digestion.
  • Take proper rest and sound sleep.
  • Chew food properly.
  • A mixture of curry leaves with lime juice and honey 2-3 times in a day helps to provide relief in dyspepsia.
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