Posted by: admin on: February 27, 2012
As a registered professional nurse I advocate that you visit your doctor if you have complaints or symptoms, to bag a great diagnosis. But as a certified nutritional specialist and Ayurveda practitioner, I can state you that there are many popular foods that can be aged to effectively reverse discomfort and illness in the digestive tract.
Most popular prescription and over-the-counter drugs actually gain the quandary worse. contemplate about it, if the drugs worked, why are so many people aloof having problems, and why do pharmaceutical companies keep coming out with original drugs, shouldn’t the stale ones be working? Why do the drugs work for a few months and then you have to seize more pills to come by the same results?
Listen to the wisdom of your body. It’s telling you there is another contrivance…..A intention that works with your body and digestion, not against it. To fetch relief from chronic indigestion, wound, and reflux……. prescription medications shut off your digestive juices and enzymes, the very things that your body needs to attend the plight. When the chase of digestive juice is shut off, you come by relief, but the food that you ate doesn’t regain digested. The undigested food sits in your stomach and literally rots. Your body is so quick-witted, it recognizes that this lump of food is sitting someplace it shouldn’t be and it turns on the juices again, even stronger……in an attempt to restore harmony and balance.
The extra digestive juices ” power-up” to burn up the food, you feel even more discomfort and so you engage more medicine. All the while the food is unruffled sitting there and you gain no benefits from it. Meanwhile you continue trying to shut of the wisdom of your body. Instead of getting vibrant energy from your food you net wound and discomfort.
Try this Pitta Pacifying Ayurvedic recipe whenever you feel excess heat in your body.
~~In a medium saucepan bring to boil 4 cups of water.
~~ Add the following spices:
1 teaspoon fennel seeds
1 teaspoon coriander seeds
1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds
10 new mint leaves
~~Bring the water to a boil for 5 minutes and then steep for 3-5 minutes.
~~ Add a squeeze of current lemon juice while it is steeping.
~~Strain the tea and pour into a pot or thermos.
~~Sweeten with a pitta appropriate sweetener such as Sucanat, raw organic sugar.
indulge in! throughout the day to befriend and heal the symptoms and wound of acid reflux and indigestion. When taken regularly this recipe can befriend and heal and repair the digestive disorders favorite to Pitta dosha.