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Digestive

Digestion is essential for breaking down food into nutrients (rasa), which the body uses to build energy and nourish cells. When our digestive system is strong, we create healthy tissues (dhatus), dispose of waste proficiently and produce a fine substance called Ojas. However, when our digestion is weak, we cannot convert food into nutrients and that leads to health issues. Whether you’re facing gastrointestinal problems such as gas, bloating, or indigestion or coping with weight issues, the root cause is weak Agni (the entity that is responsible for all digestive and metabolic processes). While there are various ways to deal with these issues, Ayurveda is the most effective of them all. Ayurvedic supplements like Gasmrit Churan, Triphala Juice, and Amla Juice can enhance the process of your digestion. They can strengthen the digestive system, without causing any side effects.

Common Digestive Issues

Constipation

Constipation is the irregularity in bowel movements. Hard, dry stool, bloating and abdominal pain also lead to other issues.

Stomach Flu

Also called gastroenteritis, it is typically a stomach or small intestinal infection. Symptoms include diarrhoea, vomiting, and abdominal pain.

Gastritis

Gastritis is often caused by the same bacterial infection that also causes Peptic Ulcers. It is identified by an inflamed stomach lining.

Gluten Sensitivity

A common affliction in the US, it shares multiple symptoms with Celiac disease, such as stomach ache, bloating, and diarrhoea.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

IBS is sometimes mistaken for IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease). It results in frequent stomach pain with constipation or diarrhoea.

Hemorrhoids

Caused due to chronic constipation; Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in the anal canal that cause pain, itching, and bleeding.

Ayurvedic Remedies

Help determine the type of imbalance in your body

Stimulate digestion by stimulating the doshas

Gently cleanse and detoxify the digestive tract

Replenish, nourish, and rejuvenate the tissues

Support a comfortable post-meal experience

Also sooth stress, anxiety and other triggers

Ayurvedic Remedies

Help determine the type of imbalance in your body

Stimulate digestion by stimulating the doshas

Gently cleanse and detoxify the digestive tract

Replenish, nourish, and rejuvenate the tissues

Support a comfortable post-meal experience

Also sooth stress, anxiety and other triggers

FAQs

  • Q. Does drinking water help digestion?
  • Yes, hydration definitely helps! Water not only softens the stool and provides lubrication for easier movement but it also assists in the breakdown of foods. Apart from this, water helps cleanse out toxins from the body and keeps it rehydrated and replenished with the essential minerals present in it.
  • Q.What causes food poisoning?
  • Food poisoning is often caused by a viral or bacterial infection from consuming contaminated water or food. This disease is communicable; it can be passed from person to person and its cases usually occur in places where people live in close quarters like ships, military bases or dormitories.
  • Q. What are probiotics?
  • Known as ‘good bacteria’, these helpful microorganisms flourish in dairy products or are grown in lab cultures. They are beneficial because they aid the intestine and decrease unpleasant symptoms like cramps, bloating, diarrhoea, etc. while improving the immune system.
  • Q.2 How do I strengthen my digestion through food?
  • For a stronger digestive system, make sure to add food items from all five food groups. These are vegetables, cereals, dairy products, fruits, and meat/fish/poultry. Don’t forget to drink lots of water and add fibre to your diet as it facilitates bowel movements and makes stool bulky and soft.
  • Q.What are some common, simple ways of relieving constipation?
  • Include leafy green vegetables like spinach, peas, kale, brussels sprouts, collard greens, and asparagus in your diet. Also add lots of foods that are rich in fiber like coconut, oatmeal, mango, artichoke, beans, figs, quinoa, and pulses