• Amlapitta (Acidity)

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Modern era’s changing lifestyle along with changing food culture and also depending upon ones body constitution Amlapitta is one of the most common symptom (disease) seen in the society. ‘Hurry’, ‘Worry’, and ‘Curry’ are the three main reasons for the disease. Etiological factors: Stressful daily routine.  Insufficient sleep at night.  Irregular meal times or skipping meals.  Eating too late at night.  Spicy food habits like pizza, burger, chinese food.  Oily foods, pickles. Salty and sour foods like chips . Over eating of stale, fermented foods(bakery foods, idli, dosa, etc). Sleeping immediately after meals. Lack of rest , fast moving lifestyle. Suppression of urges. Too much of worries. Walking for long hours in hot sun very often, or working near hot areas . All these above factors result in excessive increase of ‘Pitta dosha’ which tries to find its way out of the body either through oral or rectal pathway and along with it exhibits symptoms of amlapitta. Symptoms: Weakening of digestive fire (agnimandya), Heart & chestburn (retrosternal burning), & nausea are the three initial symptoms
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  • Ajirna (Indigestion)

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    The word  ‘Ajirna’ in its of itself signifies the state of incomplete process  of digestion on ingested food. The main reason for indigestion is agnimandya (weakened digestive fire). Incomplete metabolism due to weakened digestive fire leads to unprocessed state of
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  • Ashtang Ayurveda

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Ayurveda-The science of life, is described as Ashtang Ayurveda. It is divided into eight branches……         “kayabalagrahaurdhwangashalyadaunshtrajaravrushan”(ref-ashtang hriday) Kaya Chikitsa – ‘Kaya’ means body & ‘Chikitsa’ means treatment. Treating  the body by taking medicines internally is kaya
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