How to Use Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna?
3-6 gm of churna twice a day with water or as directed by the physician.Precaution:
To be taken under the supervision of Ayurvedic physician.
as burning sensation in chest & throat, loss of appetite, tastelessness, belching, distended abdomen, nausea and constipation. Unlike tablets of
acidity, Trivrit being the major content of this formulation and having purgative properties can be useful in managing vitiated Pitta Dosha, foremost cause of Amlapitta (hyperacidity). Triphala, Trikatu, Ela and other ingredients helps in managing other symptoms associated with hyperacidity.
Uses and Benefits of Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna
- Acidity regulator: Contains ingredients like Triphala, Trikatu that helps relieve symptoms associated with hyperacidity.
- Promotes gastrointestinal health: Unlike other acidity medicine, this Churna helps in strengthening the digestive system and improving bowel movements.
Storage Information for Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna, Remedy for Acidity
Haritaki- Strengthens digestive system, improves metabolism and boosts immunity
Amalaki- Helps promote liver health and enhances immunity.
Bibhitaki- Maintains good liver health & eases bowel movements
Sunthi, Marich & Pippali - Helps boost appetite, enhances digestion and reduces abdominal distension.
Yavani - Aids in digestion and gives relief from abdominal distension.
Rasayan Churna – Boosts digestive immunity.
What makes Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna special?
- We follow Minimal Processing
Ayurvedic herbs are fragile and perishable. Therefore, they cannot be processed beyond a certain point. This is why we follow minimal processing to keep their potency intact.
- Pure & unadulterated
Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna is packed with 100% natural extracts of herbs in its original, unaltered, natural composition without any added flavors, sugars and preservatives.
- GMP Certified premise
All our products are manufactured at GMP-certified advanced manufacturing facilities under the careful supervision of qualified and trained staff.
Frequently Asked Questions around Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna, Remedy for Acidity
What is Amlapitta in Ayurveda?
Amlapitta is a disorder of Annavaha Srotasa (gastrointestinal system) that occurs due to faulty dietary habits & lifestyle. This aggravates Pitta Dosha especially pachak pitta (gastric juice) in the amashaya (stomach). Amlapitta is composed of two words- Amla + Pitta = Amlapitta. The term Amla refers to a particular type of taste equated with the sour taste, which causes excessive salivary secretion. Pitta is a bodily chemical substance which is mainly responsible for the maintenance of the process of digestion, transformation and transmutation. On combining both these, word the term Amlapitta implies to a disease or condition in which the sourness of Pitta increases. The symptoms associated with Amlapitta are Ajirna (indigestion), Hritkantha Daha (heart and throat burn) and Tikta-Amlodgara (sour and bitter belching).
How do you treat Amlapitta?
In Ayurveda, the basic principle for management of disease are Nidana parivarjana (Withdrawal of the etiological factors of the disease), Shodhana (elimination of the vitiated doshas), and Shamana chikitsa (pacifying the aggravated Pitta Dosha with diet, lifestyle & medicine). Amlapitta also can be treated in same way in supervision of the physician.
What are Do’s & Don’ts for Amlapitta?
- Take light food, wheat, old rice, barley, green gram, sugar candy, cucumber, coriander seeds, laja (paddy slag)
- Take adequate amount of fluids like lukewarm cow milk, pomegranate juice, Amla juice, medicated water with ushir (Khas), lukewarm water
- Take adequate sleep & rest
- Avoid excessive spicy, sour and salty substances
- Avoid food containing excess amount of garlic, salt, oil, chillies, etc.
- Avoid fried and junk food items
- Do not remain empty stomach for long duration.
- Avoid smoking, alcohol, tea, coffee
- Avoid stress
Which Ayurvedic herbs are good for acidity?
Unlike tablets of acidity, Zandu Amlapitta Har Churna contains potent Ayurvedic herbs like Amalaki, Haritaki, Bibhitaki, Yasti, Guduchi, Trivrit for management of Amplapitta.