Ayurvedic treatments consider pitta dosha imbalance as the cause of indigestion. Old pitta weakens the digestive fire responsible for good digestion and causes indigestion. Foods that aggravate pitta, stress, and environmental factors can lead to hyperacidity, peptic ulcers, and other types of serious stomach ailments.
Here are some ayurvedic home remedies to help relieve indigestion.
Bite 5-10 ajwain seeds, take a pinch of gem cotton swab and rinse with water to help release enzymes to enhance digestive function. Fildena 100 and Accutane Tablets Drink amla juice every morning on an empty stomach to help balance the ph in the stomach and treat problems like acidity and constipation.
Biting a small piece of fresh has an appetite after eating to help with bloating, indigestion. Adding gusto to the diet through condiments, gusto juice or gusto tea is also beneficial.
Black pepper powder mixed with jaggery is an effective remedy for heartburn and acidity, while rich pepper and cumin mixed with buttermilk can be used for indigestion and acidity.
Tulsi can reduce the effect of stomach acid, and so biting 5-6 tulsi leaves or drinking tulsi tea has a beneficial effect on acidity. Pomegranate juice helps balance the acid in the stomach. This is because although it is acidic it is also pungent and bitter, which helps to balance the pitta.
Definitely include mung daal, lush greens, watermelon, mango, whole grains and spices like fenugreek, coriander, mint and cardamom in your diet.
Practice to avoid in case of indigestion.
Reduce foods that aggravate pitta like citrus fruits, ginger, tomatoes, unpalatable foods, fried foods, salty and reusable foods, etc. Don’t ignore reflexes and eat regularly.
Don’t skip breakfast if you’re not hungry in the morning.
Avoid tobacco, alcohol, strong tea and coffee, sweets and carbonated drinks.
Avoid high-stress situations.