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Best acidity relieving techniques

Best acidity relieving techniques

Anjeer
  • The Ayurvedic properties are sweet (madhura)/ astringent (kashaya) and cold (sheeta) in nature.
  • Anjeer alkalises the body blood and maintains proper ph of blood.
  • The snehana or softening and mridvirechana or mildly laxative properties of these fruits help to empty bowels without any trouble.
  • Figs are effective digestive aids and are known for their soothing and laxative properties and are also low in fat and sugar.
  • They help in treating constipation, indigestion, stomach ache, and various other intestinal conditions.

Nutritional highlights

  • Figs are high in natural sugars, minerals and soluble fibre. Figs are rich in minerals including potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper and are a good source of antioxidant vitamins A, E and K that contribute to health.
  • Figs also contain prebiotics, which help support the pre-existing good bacteria in the gut, improving digestive wellness.
Black Raisins
  • It is sweet and cool in nature. It reduces Vata and Pitta.
  • There are many essential minerals such as magnesium and potassium
  • present in raisins. These are especially helpful in reducing acidity.
  • Raisins help in regulating the body’s pH level to prevent acidity and its side effects.
  • Since, it’s packed with iron, copper and B complex vitamins; they are a valuable addition to your daily diet.
  • Raisins are particularly known for containing a rich content of fiber. Hence, they serve as a great remedy to treat chronic constipation.

Amla
  • Amlaki is Rochan (increases interest in food), Deepan (improves digestion), Anuloman (helps in excretion of feces and flatus) and Amlatanashak (decreases the sourness caused in hyperacidity). Due to these properties, it is beneficial in Amlapitta (hyperacidity) as it breaks the chain of pathology of hyperacidity as well as provides symptomatic relief.
  • One can also opt for Amalaki (Indian gooseberry). Indian gooseberry predominantly having sour taste with astringent and sweet as secondary taste; cold potency, is known to normalize all the three Doshas. It does not aggravate vitiated Pitta Dosha. High content of vitamin C in Indian gooseberry helps in healing inflammation of stomach by forming collagen. It enhances normal tissue metabolism and reduces tissue damage in stomach by combating free radicals.
  • The Indian gooseberry or amla is abundant in vitamin C and vitamin A.
  • Amla is very high in fiber, like most fruits. Fiber adds bulk to the stool and helps move food through the bowels and keeps their  movements regular. This reduces the chances of constipation.
  • It provides relief from the various gastric syndromes and hyperchlorhydria (burning sensation in the abdomen).
  • They reduce the acidity level in the body and thus avoid the formation of ulcers. Additionally, mouth ulcers can be caused by a deficiency of vitamin C. As Indian gooseberries are rich in vitamin C, they can provide relief from ulcers.

Coconut Water
  • Tender Coconut water is very effective in curing hyper-acidity with its Pitta pacifying quality. It removes the toxins out of the body and purifies the digestive system. Tender coconut balances acid levels and cools the digestive system.
  • Coconut water has an amazing alkalizing effect which helps restore a healthy pH in the body.
  • Coconut water, being a natural laxative, is touted to be an excellent cure for constipation. Tender coconut water with its healing properties is highly effective in treating digestive disorders like ulcerative colitis.
  • Regular consumption of coconut water soothes the mucous membranes of the colon and the rectum, reducing the swelling in them.
  • For a better stomach health, make sure you have one glass of fresh coconut water every morning and evening.
  • Coconut water, being high in potassium and electrolytes, is beneficial in treating acid reflux, GERD and gastritis. It helps neutralize the excess acid in the stomach, soothing your pain.

Pomegranate
  • Three types of Dadima (Pomegranate) fruit are described in Ayurveda i.e. Madhur (sweet), Madhur-Amla (sweet and sour) and Amla (sour). Dadima is Pitta shamak (pacifies Pitta Dosha). It is Agnideepak (improves the digestion). Dadima fruit pacifies the causative Dosha as well as improves the digestion, thus, it breaks the chain of pathology of Amlapitta.
  • Pomegranate is one among fruits that normalize Pitta Dosha. It also aids digestion. By its unctuousness it nourishes and maintains mucous membrane of the stomach in healthy state. Being a rich source of Vitamin A, it also helps to quicken recovery from nausea, vomiting

Gulkand (Rose petal jam) 
  • It pacifies pitta in blood, reduces constipation and strengthens all seven dhatus of the body.
  • It is sweet, cool, pungent and yet slight bitter. After digestion it produces sweet (Vipak) juice .
  • It is also naturally rich in calcium and has antioxidant activity.
  • Gulkand is actually considered a medicine in Ayurveda. It is primarily known for its cooling properties, which is beneficial for those with excessive heat in their body.
  • Consuming 1 – 2 teaspoons of gulkand helps to reduce acidity and stomach heat. It also helps in treating ulcers and prevents swelling in the intestine.
  • A very good digestive tonic – helps to improve appetite, improves digestion and corrects digestive problems.

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Pabla Iraz is the health & wellness blogger & editor at the Lola app, she oversees the blog sections of the website. She has spent her career as a Business analyst and currently focused on health and wellness domain—from teaming up with certified nutritionists to create diet & lifestyle plans, to reporting on health trends, to working on the functionalities of the Lola app. She’s a BITS Pilani graduate & holds a masters degree from BITS Pilani in Biotechnology. She understands the importance of integrating technology with traditional healthcare practices in order to make everyone’s life healthier. Learn more about her @thelolaapp.com.
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