Ayurvedic treatment for Acid reflux disease or Amlapitta

Acid reflux disease or Amlapitta

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Acid reflux disease or Amlapitta Ayurvedic treatment

WHAT IS ACID REFLUX DISEASE OR AMLAPITTA?

Acid reflux disease - also called Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a condition in which acid from the stomach moves up into the esophagus (food pipe).1

People with GERD often feel acidity and a bitter taste in their mouth. For many people, it may just be an occasional condition, but for many others it may turn out to be a severe, lifelong issue.1

Ayurveda identifies Acid reflux disease as Amlapitta. The condition has been described in detail in classical Ayurvedic texts like Kashyap samhita, Yogaratnakara and Bhaisajyaratnawali.4

The disease often presents with symptoms like Indigestion (Avipaak), tiredness (Klama), nausea (Utklesa), sour and bitter burping (Tikta-Amla Udgaar), heaviness (Gauravata), heart and throat burn (Hrit-Kantha Daha) and dislike towards food ( Aruchi).5

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