Symptoms

  • Anorexia
  • Heaviness in abdomen Gases
  • Chest pain
  • Burning in chest
  • Mouth sourness
  • Vomiting sensation
  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Uneasiness
  • Sticky motion
  • Pain in abdomen while defecation
  • Unsatisfactory motion

According to Ayurveda “Agni” is responsible to convert the consumed food into body elements (Dhatu) by “Pachan Sanskar” (Digestion). But due to improper diet(Ahar) , changed lifestyle (Vihar) this “Agni” get vitiated which leads to “Mandagni” (weakened digestion) and ultimately it causes various signs and symptoms like anorexia, heaviness in Abdomen, chest and body, gases, sour and bitter belching, heart burn, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramp and chest pain, headache, palpitation, uneasiness, loose motions, dysentery, backache, constipation, disturbed menses, burning urination etc. When these signs and symptoms persist for a long duration they produce disease so treatment involves pancha chikitsa, Sanshaman and Sansshodharo Chikitsa.

“Pachan Sanskar” (Digestion) but due to improper diet(Ahar) , changed lifestyle (Vihar) this “Agni” get vitiated. Which leads to “Mandagni” (weakened digestion) and ultimately it is represented in the form of various sign and symptoms like. Anorexia, Heaviness in Abdomen, chest and body, Gases, sour, and Bitter Belching. Heart burns. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramp and chest pain. Headache palpitation, Uneasiness, sticky motions, frequent and unsatisfactory motions, dysentery, backache constipation, disturbed menses, burning urination etc.

When these sign and symptoms persist for a long duration they produced disease so treatment involves panchakarma chikitsa, Sanshaman and Sanshodhan Chikitsa In all abdominal disorder ‘aganivikruti” is the main cause and for complete recovery “agnichikitsa” is necessary along with Panchakarma treatment.

Abdominal disorder includes.

Indigestion.
Acidity.
Dysentery.
Amoebiasis.
Udavarta.
Appendicitis.
Pancreatitis.
Jaundice.
Treatments done at Sharada Ayurvedic Clinic
sthulpachan and sukshmpachan. it is done by two way

1)Shaman :- Oral Ayurvedic medicine according to prakruti (Body Structure) and symptoms of patient.
2)Shodhan :- Panchakarm
Basti
Swedan
Snehpam
Virechan