Adopt Ayurveda & Say No To Digestive Diseases

By Dr Sharda Ayurveda In Digestive

The gastrointestinal tract is the passage of the digestive system that leads from the mouth to the anus. It includes the esophagus, stomach, and intestines. It is important to maintain the digestive system functioning for overall well-being. If you are suffering from any digestive issues, choose Ayurvedic Online Consultation mode from Dr. Sharda Ayurveda and get natural solutions and guidance from qualified experts in your comfort and sustain a healthy and disease-free living. The Ayurvedic online consultation facility enables you to consult the doctors by sitting in any corner of the world. 
Digestion is the process that turns food into fuel that can be used as energy for the proper maintenance of the body structure. Ayurveda states that the health of our digestive system is correlated with diet and lifestyle. The food we eat, and what kind of daily routine we are following can put a negative impact on our health. Therefore, to prevent the chances of facing digestive issues, adopt healthy living. 
The Ayurvedic Approach To Treating Gastrointestinal Associated Disorders: 
The Ayurveda is the oldest or ancient medical approach that combines the science, philosophy and spirituality. It precisely treats the root cause of the disease (systematic method) which aims at providing the patients with best results and long term results without any side effects. 

What Are The Major Difference Between The Several Digestive Disorders?

Major Different Digestive Disorder

ACIDITY CONSTIPATION ULCERATIVE COLITIS HEMORRHOID IBS
Also called as acid reflux, the condition which is characterized by heartburn that is felt in the lower chest area. The condition in which the patient may have fewer than three bowel movements a week. The IBD that majorly causes inflammations and ulcer formation in the digestive tract. Also called as piles, are the swollen veins that form in your anus and lower rectum area.  The digestive issue that affects the stomach and intestines.
Symptoms - 
Trouble swallowing.
Symptoms - Hard stools and vomiting.  Symptoms - 
Rectal pain and diarrhea.  
Symptoms - 
Irritation and bleeding in anal. 
Symptoms - abdominal pain and bloating. 

 

To effectively get relief from the gastrointestinal tract associated diseases, choose the natural means of healing, i.e., Ayurveda. The traditional practice suggest following the natural Ayurvedic herbs and tips along with taking the Ayurvedic Treatment for Digestive System to heal your digestive tract. 

The Ayurvedic Herbs For Improved Digestion

Ayurvedic Herbs for Improved Digestion

Cumin (Cuminum cyminum):

These tiny seeds are considered the best for relieving majorly the bloating and gas. These are high in anti-inflammatory property, thus help reduce stomach discomfort as well as the pain. 
Cumin water generally accelerates the digestion process and stimulates the secretion of digestive enzymes, thus helping you fight gut issues. Cumin seeds are also magical spices that are used to provide relief to the to-be mother from many pregnancy-related issues.

Ginger:

Ginger contains a number of health benefits and improved digestion is one of them. The nature of ginger is anti-swelling, antioxidant, weight-loss friendly and brain-heart protective. Ginger also plays an important role in the elimination of toxins from the body.
Ginger tea helps to digest meals. It is also effective for reducing episodes of nausea, vomiting or other digestive issues. You can add fresh lemon or honey to your ginger tea for an improved taste. 

Cloves:

Various digestive disorders can be handled with the help of cloves. It acts as a natural painkiller. It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. The swelling of the stomach and associated organs is reduced with the consumption of cloves. Constipation and indigestion are reduced as cloves increase the secretion of digestive enzymes.
The most simple way of consumption is chewing some cloves directly by mouth. 

Turmeric:

Turmeric has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It encourages the production of good bacteria, minimises harmful bacteria & improves the intestine's ability to absorb beneficial nutrients. It reduces abnormal muscle movements and alleviating pain associated with bloating and gas.
You can simply add turmeric powder to your regular meals or may add it to warm milk for an improved gastrointestinal tract.

Cinnamon:

Cinnamon has probiotic properties that support the growth of good bacteria and prevents pathogenic bacteria from growing in our body. It is very much loaded with antioxidants which protect our body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Consumption of cinnamon decreases the amount of sugar that enters our bloodstream after a meal.
You can consume it in form of hot drinks like tea. The mixture of cinnamon & honey is very effective for treating digestive issues.

Giloy:

The herb is also called Amritavalli Or Amrita and has a very significant role in Ayurveda. It is considered as one of the three Amrit plants. This powerful herb can be used for minimising gastrointestinal tract disorders. It improves digestion and reduces various digestive issues like diarrhoea, colitis, vomiting, gas, bloating and hyperacidity. 
To consume take ½ teaspoon of Giloy powder in 1 glass of warm water and drink this twice a day.

Fenugreek seeds:

These are commonly known are methi dana. Fenugreek seeds are rich in fibre & antioxidants that helps in eliminating harmful toxins from the body. Drinking fenugreek seeds water aids in getting rid of various gastrointestinal problems like constipation, gas, bloating, indigestion and stomach pain. 
Soak some Fenugreek seeds in a glass of water overnight. Eat these seeds in the early morning on an empty stomach. 

Amalaki:

In India, it is also called “Amla.” It helps to balance Pitta Dosha creating digestive issues. It is well-known for aiding the detoxification of the digestive system along with reducing acidity & balancing PH levels of the gut. It also provides relief from the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
To get rid of gastrointestinal tract-associated diseases take 1 tsp. of Amla powder in the early morning on an empty stomach with some honey and warm water.

Black pepper:

Black pepper provides a number of health benefits as it contains antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It stimulates hydrochloric acid in the stomach so that you can better digest and absorb the food. Episodes of constipation and gas buildup in the intestines are also reduced with the help of black pepper.
The best way to take black pepper is orally chewing them before breakfast.

Licorice:

Licorice provides strength to your digestive system. The symptoms of indigestion, heartburn and ulcers are also reduced with the help of licorice. It protects the mucous membranes lining the digestive tract by increasing the production of mucin, a compound that protects against the adverse effects of stomach acid and other harmful substances. 

To improve your digestion process, boil the roots of licorice in some water and drink this as licorice tea. 
These Ayurvedic remedies are easy to adopt as most of the herbs might be already available in your kitchen. One can easily get relief from gastrointestinal tract issues through these remedies.

Ayurveda must be your priority to treat any of your ailments, as it yields long-term and effective results. No chemicals have been used in herbal treatments, so everyone can opt for this without getting any side effects. 
Nowadays, technology has enabled us to get Ayurvedic consultations by sitting anywhere in the world. We do not necessarily have to visit the clinic anymore. You can consult with doctors through Ayurvedic online consultation
To avail the best herbal treatment to treat any of your Gastrointestinal disorders, visit or book Ayurvedic online consultation from Dr. Sharda Ayurveda.

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