IBS/Ulcer Care Yog
Known by the name of Acid Peptic Disease (APD) nowadays , peptic ulcer is defined as swelling of the inner lining of the stomach because of the acid peptic digestion. The attribute symptom of peptic ulcer is burning pain in the upper abdomen which arises in an empty stomach.
What causes Peptic Ulcer?
An old family record of ulcer can be traced in people complaining of peptic ulcers. At the ground level, this family tendency sets the target organ to mark the internal imbalance that initially starts in mind. In Yogic terminology, these are referred as the Pranayama Kosas and the Manomaya. All other reasons are just the triggers. These triggers cause disproportion in the system. It happens either by adding to the aggressors or reducing the guardians.
This pranayama helps in stimulating the abdominal organs and provide relief in diarrhea disorders and constipation. It also enhances the blood circulation and oxygen supply of the body.
Downward Facing Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
This yoga asana improves the oxygen and blood circulation and aids in removing stress and fatigue. Besides, it also arouses abdominal organs and hence improves digestion ability.
In this yoga asana, since blood flows towards the brain, it calms down the nervous system, thereby improving concentration and memory and provides relief from stress.
Along with the above asanas, herbal remedies provided by Abhimantrit Guruprasadam Ulcer Yog are also quite effective in treating Ulcer and shows excellent recovery results in the patients. These herbal medicines are:
- Chitrakadi Vati
- Infection Care Prasadam
- Coliticare tab
- Kalonji Oil
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