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Digestive Problems :


In ayurveda cause of indigestion is the pitta dosh where excessive pitta results - sourness and heat in the body. Due to this pitta dosh, there is a production of Ama in body which causes various stomach complications like Nausea, bloating, burping, constipation, stomach ulcers, gastritis and gallstones.

Pain / Gass / Heavyness

It is defined as the accumulation of gases in the stomach and intestines that are produced as a result of digestive and other fermentation processes.

These gases cause digestive gas accumulation that passes through the anus. It may result in discomfort and pain.

The intestinal gas is composed of gases from the external source like engulfed atmospheric air and from internal sources like flatulence. The common causes of gas are:

  •   Incomplete digestion
  •   Over Fermentation of food in the intestines
  •   Food rich in carbohydrates like potatoes, breads, wheat, oats, beans, lentils etc. produce flatus

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Stress and anxiety, infectious diarrhoea, excessive consumption of alcohol, caffeine or carbonated beverages and continued intolerance to lactose and/or gluten are often responsible for causing IBS.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a digestive disorder that affects the colon or large intestine. IBS is sometimes also called spastic colon or spastic colitis. It is the most common digestive disorder and affects 10 to 15% of adults at some time in their lives. Irritable bowel syndrome encompasses a group of symptoms including abdominal pain, soft frequent stools or diarrhoea. Abdominal pain and cramping may also be accompanied by constipation.


A peptic ulcer is the result of hyperacidity, which is caused by an increased in the hydrochloric acid in the stomach. This strong acid, secreted by the cells lining of the stomach, erodes the inner lining of the stomach.

Ayurveda evaluation determines the imbalances in the functioning modes of the body. These underlying imbalances are the root causes of a condition and must be removed if real healing is to occur.


Most adults get infected by a virus that has a direct and severe effect on their liver. Usually it is a short term infection and after a certain period of time they get better. This liver attacking disease is known as Hepatitis.

In some cases the infection retains for a long term and this stage is known as chronic Hepatitis. Mostly the chronic cases are noticed in kids and teenagers. The symptoms of this disease are similar to flu but in meanwhile the virus can spread to others.


Jaundice is a condition where the skin and the whites of the eyes take on a yellow tint. Modern medicine does not consider it to be a disease but a symptom of liver disorders like liver infection, gallstones and cirrhosis of liver. In Ayurveda, Jaundice is known as Kamala.


Constipation Treatment in Ayurveda, is correlated to Vit Vibandha / Mala Baddhata / Koshta Badhata, where there is impairment in the digestive system – Pachaka Pitta, Samana Vata, Kledhaka Kapha at the level of the stomach and intestines and majorly the Apana Vata – in the large intestine which causes dryness in the lower alimentary tract, slowing down the peristaltic movements and drying up of fecal matter leading to constipation

Symptoms :
  • Incomplete evacuation of the bowel.
  • Passing of hard stools.
  • Abdominal pain, heaviness and distention of abdomen
  • Pain at the anus while defecating, occasionally with blood

Gall Stone

Most people with gallstones have no symptoms. In fact, they are usually unaware that they have gallstones unless symptoms occur.

Symptoms usually occur as complications develop. The most common symptom is pain in the right upper part of the abdomen. Because the pain comes in episodes, it is often referred to as an "attack."

Common symptoms of gallstones include the following:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Fever
  • Indigestion, belching, bloating
  • Intolerance for fatty or greasy foods and jaundice

Acidity, burning, burping

Hyperacidity simply means an increased level of acid in the stomach. The stomach secretes Hydrochloric Acid, a digestive juice that breaks down food particles into their smallest form to aid digestion. When there is an excessive amount of hydrochloric acid in the stomach, the condition is known as Hyperacidity. Hyperacidity is known as Amlapitta in Ayuveda (Amla means sour and Pitta means heat). Hyperacidity therefore is a condition characterized by an increase of sourness and heat in the body.

The aggravated Pitta impairs the digestive fire, leading to improper digestion of food and production of ama (toxins). This ama gets accumulated in the digestive channels and causes Hyperacidity.

Piles, Fissure, Fistula, blood in stools

Piles (haemorrhoids) are swellings that develop inside and around the back passage (anal canal). There is a network of small veins (blood vessels) within the lining of the anal canal. These veins sometimes become wider and engorged with more blood than usual. The engorged veins and the overlying tissue may then form into one or more swellings (piles).

There are certain situations that increase the chance of piles developing:

  •   Constipation, passing large stools (faeces), and straining at the toilet. These increase the pressure in and around the veins in the anus and seem to be a common reason for piles to develop.
  •   Being overweight. This increases your risk of developing piles.
  •   Pregnancy. Piles are common during pregnancy. This is probably due to pressure effects of the baby lying above the rectum and anus, and also the affect that the change in hormones during pregnancy can have on the veins. Piles occurring during pregnancy often go away after the birth of the child.
  •   Ageing. The tissues in the lining of the anus may become less supportive as we become older.
  •   Hereditary factors. Some people may inherit a weakness of the wall of the veins in the anal region.
  •   Other possible causes of piles include heavy lifting or a persistent (chronic) cough.

Hemorrhoids are the most common cause of rectal and anal complaints. The most common complaint symptoms are:

  •   Painless bleeding
  •   Anal itching
  •   Pain
  •   Swelling and feeling a lump at the anus are all associated with an inflamed hemorrhoid.

Anal fissures

These are cracks or tears in the anus and anal canal. They may be acute or chronic.

The primary symptom of anal fissures is pain during and following bowel movements. Other symptoms that may occur are:

  •   Bleeding
  •   Itching
  •   A malodorous discharge.

Anal Fistula

An anal fistula, also known as fistula-in-ano, is a small channel that connects the rectum to the outer skin of the buttocks. When a fistula forms, it can cause complications for the sufferer, such as irritation, infection, and draining pus and fecal material.