Useful Ayurvedic Treatment of Acidity

Acidity has now become a common disease due to our food habits and stressful lifestyles. Acidity is increasing due to heavy stress or improper eating habits, such as junk food, heavy and fried foods, spicy foods, and stressful work. See more Excess of gastric juice is produced in acidity. Excess formation of gastric juice causes stomach irritation and causes discomfort. In Ayurveda, complete cure for acidity is possible. The medicine provided for this very effectively regulates the formation of gastric juice, and thus relieves the disease.Vedas Acidity Cure provide best and effective Ayurvedic Treatment of Acidity .

Acidity refers to a group of the symptoms caused by an imbalance between the acid secreted systems of the stomach and the proximal intestine and the protection system that ensures their safety. The stomach normally secrete acid which is essential in the digestive process. This acid helps to break down food during digestion. When there is an over production of acid by the gastric glands of the stomach, it is known as acidity. However, there are some types of ulcers where acid secretion is either normal or reduced. Acidity is responsible for symptoms like indigestion, heartburn and ulcer formation (erosion of the lining of the stomach or intestines). Acidity is very high in highly emotional and nervous individuals. It is also more common in developed and industrialized countries, although recently the incidence has increased in developing countries as well. Consumption of alcohol, highly spicy foods, non-vegetarian diet and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) are also victims of gastric acidity. Prevention mainly avoids known causative factors such as alcohol consumption, spicy foods, NSAID’s, drugs like steroids, etc. Psychiatric treatment should be given to patients with excessive nervous and emotional disposals and those involved in high-stress jobs. Avoiding non-vegetarian diet is also useful in reducing the symptoms of acidity. “


Hypercity is known in Ayurveda as Amalpitta (Amla means sour and bile means heat). Hence hyperacidity is a characteristic of sourness and heat in the body. Stimulated bile affects the digestive fire, leading to improper digestion of food and the production of ama (toxins). This ama accumulates in digestive channels and causes hypercity.

The Ayurvedic Treatment of Acidity focuses on calming agitated bile dosha. Cleansing herbs are also administered to eliminate toxins from the body and to clean the channels. It automatically increases the digestive fire, which improves digestion.

DIET ADVICE                                                         

Avoid tea, coffee and carbonated or alcoholic beverages.

Avoid processed and fermented foods.

Avoid using garlic, ginger, onion, tomato and vinegar in cooking.

Also avoid rich gravy, sour, salty and spicy foods.

Curd should be strictly avoided at night.

Eat in a stress-free environment at regular intervals.

Practice Yogasana and Pranayama such as Vajrasana, Bhujangasana, Salbhasana, Bhastrika Pranayama, Sheetali Pranayama and Sivakari Pranayama.

Home Remedies

Take powder of roasted cumin and coriander seeds (25 grams each) and mix it with 50 grams of sugar. Taking half a teaspoon of this 3 times a day relieves hypercity.

Make a powder mixture of equal parts rock candy (or unrefined sugar), fennel, and green cardamom. Whenever you feel jealous, mix 1 teaspoon of mixture in a glass of cold milk and drink.

Drink 100-500 ml tender coconut water twice a day for relief from acidity, add equal parts of fennel, licorice root, basil leaves and coriander seeds. Take this mixture (teaspoon powder with rock candy (or unrefined sugar)) 15 minutes before noon and dinner.

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