best remedy for acidity

Acidotox: The Best Remedy for Acidity

According to Ayurveda, how does acidity occur ?

Our digestive system and its glands secrete acid to digest the food that we eat. This is often an everyday and natural action. If the acid secretion exceeds over normal, we suffer from acidity. The classic sign of acidity is a burning sensation at the top of the stomach after having our food. You are at correct place can get the best remedy for acidity from ayushakti.

A weakness of the food pipe causes a re-flux of the acid from the stomach to the lower part of the food pipe. In most chronic cases, we feel severe burning sensation in the chest and even up to the throat. Along with this, we will also feel gas and develop a swollen tummy. Constant excess acid secretion may also cause ulcers if not taken care. Majority of the people manage the discomfort of Acidic re-flux with lifestyle changes and a few medications. However, some folks with severe acidity may need more powerful treatments to scale back the symptoms. In last 30 years, Ayushakti has, with success, treated thousands of individuals who were suffering from acidity, headache, stomach upset, gas, and bloating, simply by following an easy-to-follow diet & powerful Ayurvedic herbs.

Herbs: Best remedy for acidity and relieve from gastritis :

Yashtimadhu (Glycerrhiza glabra), shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus), Triphala, Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) and Nishottar are remarkable in reducing ulcers, inflammation and infections in the stomach. While, herbs like Amla (Emblica officinalis), bilva (Aegle marmelos), gum shalmali, Shunti (Zingiber officinale), muktashukti pisti & rose petals improve digestion, reduces PITTA and promotes normal functions.

Ayushakti’s Acidotox therapies – helps to get remarkable relief from chronic gastritis and acidity from the root !!

You can get permanent relief from gastritis by improving digestion and calming the pitta dosha. Ayushakti’s Acidotox therapy helps heal the gastrointestinal system, effectively reducing stomach inflammation, ulcers, and eventually, removes toxins out of your body. After some months, your digestion will become strong enough to ensure prevention of additional acid secretions. You will also be free from stomach discomfort, pain or acidity in future.

What is “Acidotox” ?

Acidotox program is a powerful combination of specific Aama & Pita reducing diet that improves the digestive system with herbs and detoxification therapies.

Ancient authentic Acidotox detox to reverse chronic gastritis and years old acidity and gastric ulcer from the root

The detox processes in Acidotox expels the deep rooted Pitta (heat) & toxins. Further rejuvenation with herbal formulas like Ayushakti Gulkacid, Pittashamak, for few more months helps relieve acidity, redness and discomfort in the stomach effectively from the root. One experiences great relief from chest burn, gas, stomach pain, ulcers in the mouth etc.

Proven diet to relieve Gas, Acidity, burping:

Stop eating spicy, sour, fermented and oily foods, heavy beans and raw salads. Eat lots of cooked vegetables, soups, khichadi, rice, sweet fruits.

Effective home remedy to improve digestion and relieve acidity and bloating:

Take one teaspoon triphala powder daily night with half glass of water.

What benefit do you get from Ayushakti’s” Acidotox” solution?

Before treatment

Chronic chest burn

Acidic reflux

Stomach ache, Gases, Burping

Indigestion, constipation

Nausea, headache

Bloated stomach

Stomach ulcer

After treatment

Remarkable reduction in chest burn

Relief from acidic reflux even after spicy food

No gases, burping or stomach ache

Improved digestion, No constipation

Remarkable reduction PITTA so no more nausea feeling & headache

REDUCE FIVE TO SEVEN KILOS AND & TWO TO THREE INCHES IN 21 DAYS !

No, this is not a fad diet. It is possible to lose significant kilos with a simple diet and a healthy lifestyle. Ayushakti Ayurved, the leading chain of Ayurvedic clinics, can provide you with an Ayurvedic treatment for weight loss, that could be suited to your body type and would provide excellent results. Obesity treatment in Ayurveda was always simple, and it is the simplest methods that always give the best results.

Following is a diet plan that worked wonders for one of our esteemed client and would also work for most of the individuals affected by excess weight and low metabolism/energy.

Meher Castelino, a pioneer in fashion journalism, and author of two books on the same, tried out this diet. The diet was basically an intense Ayurvedic detox programme that helped Ms. Castelino get rid of excess fat, lose 5 kgs in three weeks, improve her metabolism, and find renewed vigor and energy.

Don’t confuse this detox programme with the typical western detox methods that simply involve drinking juices. The diet described in the article is based on the 5000-years old principles of Ayurveda.
Read more at: https://www.lifepositive.com/coming-clean/

Read about the Ayushakti’s do-at-home detox diet and reduce two to three kgs or more in 30 days….

Five days, every month, follow a detox soup (mung and vegetable) diet. Whenever you are hungry, just have this soup. This soup helps remove the toxins and bloating from various crooks and crannies of your body.

Detox soup is very easy to make and is quite palatable

Ingredients :

1 cup soaked green Mung & 2 cups of vegetables. (you can use vegetables like pumpkin, bottle gourd, carrot, onion, French beans, snake gourd, turai, galka,( soft gourd), tendli etc. Cook the mung along with the vegetables in a pressure cooker. Add garlic ginger paste and seasoning to taste. Garnish with coriander leaves and drink warm.

Mung relieves inflammation and bloating, while flushing out toxins from the body. It is low in calories and leaves you feeling lighter and more energetic.

On the sixth day, you can return to a normal diet but restrict foods like wheat, fermented, sour, deep fried foods, red meat like pork and beef and food that tends to create gas in the body. Citrus foods like lemon and tomato should be avoided. Try and avoid carbohydrates including rice, bread, pasta, chappatti, potato, fruits for a few days.

Your diet should now consist of more green and leafy vegetables like pumpkin, bottle gourd, carrot, French beans, turai, galka(soft gourd), tendli, spring onion and tofu. Mung and mung dal, tuvar daal (lentil) are very good. Avoid carbs as much as possible. Non vegetarians can have eggs, fish and chicken for their protein requirement.

You can also make mung dal or besan(chickpea flour) pancakes or chilla in place of rotti/chappatti.

Spice up your foods with ginger, garlic, cumin, asafoetida, corriander which reduces gas formation in the body.

The weight loss of three to five kgs leaves you feeling lighter and more energetic. If you wish to maintain this feeling of lightness and energy, avoid wheat, sour, fermented foods and red meat from your diet.

The opposite of a light, energetic, and healthy feeling is exactly what Ms. Castelino was feeling. Work, travelling, and outside food had resulted in high sugar levels which weren’t advisable for her body.

With the help of this diet formed by Ayushakti doctors, a healthy state of being was once again a part of Ms.Castelino’s life.

Ayushakti has successfully helped lacs of people worldwide to relieve chronic ailments like Joint pain, blood sugar, obesity, cholesterol, skin problems, infertility, chronic fatigue, Gas & acidity, IBS, cough, cold and allergies and many other chronic ailments. Thus, any ayurvedic treatment for obesity is best availed from a reputed clinic like Ayushakti.

To know more about a customized detox program and to consult with an Ayushakti doctor, visit
http://www.ayushakti.com/

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Asthma – The Ayurvedic Viewpoint

Aam (toxic mucus) is produced in the body due to indigestion which in turn blocks the normal air movements in the body.

Vitiated air movements (prokupit Vata) and aam (toxic mucous) push the cough upwards which is located in the diaphragm. This vitiated air also destroys the natural softness and elasticity of the respiratory channels. Thus, the respiratory tract’s natural lubrication is dried up creating the channels rough and stictured. These physiological changes cause difficulty in inhalation and exhalation.

This make Asthma treatment with Ayurveda, a necessity.

SIGNS / SYMPTOMS

  1. Difficulty in breathing
  2. Dyspnea
  3. Sweating
  4. Weakness
  5. Continuous Coughing (Allergic cough)
  6. Wheezing
  7. Shortness of breath
  8. Chest pain, Heavy chest, congestion
  9. Low Appetite
  10. Uneasiness
  11. Fever
  12. Less sleep due to breathlessness
  13. Patient feels relief while seating in a slightly bent position. Supine position increases breathlessness.

Ayurveda’s powerful healing tips to get rid of Asthma symptoms:

  1. Powerful Diet

Consume more: Rice, millet, spelt, quinoa, cooked vegetables, mung, lentils, spices like ginger, cinnamon, clove, garlic, onion, coriander, asafoetida, black pepper, turmeric, mustard.

Have warm mung soup or vegetable soups. Can occasionally have soaked nuts, potato, fish, egg.

Avoid: Mik, Curd, Yogurt & diary products, fermented food, heavy beans, sweet fruits, tomatoes, Brinjal, cold drinks, chocolates, ice cream, wheat, maida, meat, pork & deep fried foods.

  1. Ancient effective Home Remedies

a.Keep drinking warm ginger water throughout the day.
b.Chew six to eight slices of fresh turmeric during the day.

  1. Natural Inhaler for amazing relief in nose block, sneezing, breathlessness

One teaspoon of Ajowain seeds to be roasted on a griddle. Inhale the fumes for 5 minutes. Repeat this process 3 times a day.

  1. Proven, safe & deep healing marma treatments for Respiratory problems.

Amsaphalaka Marma

healing marma treatments

Massage on the marked points (as shown in the figure) with Painmukti cream. Use your thumb to massage the cream in a circular movement for three minutes. Repeat this Marma 2-3 times a day for a week. Once done, use whenever required.


Amsaphalaka Marma

Amsaphalaka Marma

Massage with Painmukti cream using the thumb in a circular movement for 3 minutes.Repeat this Marma 2-3 a day times for a week. Once done, use whenever required.

Herbs that can help in reducing allergies and improving immunity:

Yashtimadhu (Liquorice), Adulsa (Adhatoda vasika), Tulsi (Basil), Ginger

 

For more information on Ayurvedic Asthma Treatment, visit

http://www.ayushakti.com/ayurvedic-treatment-asthma.php

 

 

 

 

cold and cough

Cold and Cough: An Ayurvedic Guideline

In the season of heavy rains and frequent downpour, people come across a variety of troubles. The most common amongst these troubles is the common cold and cough that affects a significant number of the population.

Following are some guidelines on how to manage cold and cough with the help of Ayurveda:

General Symptoms of Cough and Cold

  • Runny Nose
  • Coughing
  • Fever/Chills
  • Continuous sneezing
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain/fatigue
  • Body Pain
  • Breathing difficulty

One or many of the above symptoms are experienced by an individual suffering from a cold.

Causes of Cough and Cold

  • A continuous change of surroundings/constant exposure to cold and chilly winds can be contributors
  • A primary cause is the digestive fire (agni) being affected with cold or moist conditions
  • A reduced agni can affect the body’s overall immunity
  • Lowered immunity leads to an increase in the toxin production
  • These amas can go and clog the micro-channels in the body leading to formation of phlegm or mucus
  • It is this phlegm/mucus blocks the respiratory channel functions. Finally you experience soar throat, allergic cough, sneezing, blocked nose, breathing difficulty etc.

Along with the above mentioned causes, there can be other factors as well that lead to cold and cough in individuals. For example, an allergy to one’s surroundings can also be the cause of a cold. Eating or drinking food that is too cold or hot can also cause cold and cough in the individual. Habits and lifestyle choices such as sleeping in the afternoon after a heavy meal or staying up late at night, can also contribute to developing a cold. There goes a quote which says that “Your biography is your biology” and the Ayurvedic philosophy stands by it. In the end, what we eat and do throughout the day has a large impact on our health.

Treating Cold and Cough Ayurveda way

  • Keep body (throat, feet, chest, head) warm
  • Gargle with warm salty & turmeric water for a sore throat
  • Avoid milk, milk products and fruits till the symptoms completely go away
  • Eat light foods like soups, boiled or steamed vegetables, dal khichadi (rice and mung dal) etc
  • Drink spiced/Herbal Teas

How to make herbal tea to improve your immune system and prevent viral fever ?

Fresh Basil leaves 20

Cinnamon stick – 1 inch long

Black pepper corns  crushed – 3

Fresh ginger crushed – 2 inches long

Jaggery (optional)  – as a sweetner

Water 4 cups

Boil the ingredients in water and make it 2 cups.  Filter and drink warm 3-4 times a day.

Stay safe this monsoon with the power of Ayurveda!

 

 

Monsoon Creative

Eating Right in Monsoons: An Ayurvedic Background

According to Ayurveda, our body responds differently to each season. This reaction is in the form of an imbalance in the doshas. The formation and type of disease that affects the body is dependent on the vitiation and degree of the particular dosha. In fact, the knowledge of the seasons and its impact on the human body is something that is taken into consideration by Ayurvedic practitioners and doctors.

Did you know that as per Ayurveda, there are 6 seasons in total, and not 3 or 4 as is well-recognized in the modern world? Not many have the knowledge or understanding of the 6 season classification. It is because of this detailed classification that Ayurveda succeeds so well in diagnosing and understanding a person’s condition.

The classification of seasons in Ayurveda depends on a number of things like the position of the sun and the moon, the wind, and other factors. The change in the balance of these elements is directly connected to the changes in the dosha balance in the human body. One thing to remember is that, even the continuous change in seasons, helps to impart balance to our dishes. It is the bad habits in our diet and lifestyle, that are the culprits during disease formation. With the proper knowledge on seasonal imbalance and dosha balance, a good doctor can also predict the diseases that will happen to the individual, based on their current diet and lifestyle.

Following is the classification of the seasons w.r.t the months in a year:-

  1. Shishira – Late Winter – mid-January to mid-March
  2. Vasanta – Spring – mid-March to mid-May
  3. Grishma – Summer – mid-May to mid-July
  4. Varsha – Rainy season – mid-July to mid-September
  5. Sharad – Autumn – mid-September to mid-November
  6. Hemanta – Early Winter – mid-November to mid-January

With the right knowledge, an individual can tailor his eating habits to the qualities of this season. Indeed, Ayurveda emphasizes heavily on qualities. A number of Ayurvedic principles are dependent on the combination and quality of the 5 elements, 6 seasons, 3 doshas, 6 tastes, etc. Therefore, one should ensure that their source of Ayurvedic information is from a qualified practitioner/institution like Ayushakti.

Following are some guidelines that can help individuals take care of their health in this season of rains:-

  • Avoid dairy products: Dairy products are often heavy to digest. Drinking cold milk and other products is to be highly avoided. It is tempting to grab a pack of flavored chilled milk and other similar products that are available in stores and supermarket shelves these days. However, Ayurveda has its own guidelines on how milk should be consumed an it is best that you consider talking to an Ayurvedic professional so as to adopt the right practices in your diet.
  • Avoid wheat: Wheat is food that is heavy to digest. It is to be avoided, along with dairy, which is heavy as well. Basically, any type of food that is heavy is to be avoided. During the season of rains, the digestion power decreases. Therefore, incorporating light and healthy food choices would be the best way to stay healthy. After all, digestion is key to good health.
  • Go for hot foods: Food that is hot and steamy, like soups or a well-steamed dish is excellent for your monsoon food choices. Meals like these are pretty easy to digest and don’t produce mucous in the body.

Sip warm ginger water 3-4 glasses or as much as possible during monsoon to keep up the digestion and prevent you from common cold, cough, fever and sinus.