Ayursathya Ayurveda teaches us that an ulcer occurs when there is an open sore in the lining of the digestive tract. This can manifest as a duodenal, peptic, or esophageal ulcer. Peptic ulcers typically occur when there is a disruption in the peptic areas of the body, such as the stomach and duodenum. If left untreated, ulcers can become debilitating and even life-threatening. Symptoms may include diarrhea, abdominal pain or cramping, rectal pain, rectal bleeding, the urgency to defecate, weight loss, fever, and fatigue. With Ayursathya Ayurveda, we can explore natural and effective ways to prevent and treat ulcers, promoting optimal digestive health and overall well-being.

Signs and Symptoms that shows you have Stomach Ulcers

People can experience either whole of the symptoms or like single symptom at a time. so it’s always advisable to get a check-up with a certified medical professional.

Symptoms may vary from each person such as,

  • Severe pain.
  • Burning sensation
  • Heartburn
  • Vomiting or nausea
  • Bloating
  • Irregular bowel movements
  • Weight loss
  • Bad breathe
  • Rectal bleeding

Line Of Management in Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda,    ulcers can be dealt with under the category of Pitta Pradhana Vata disorders. Either it can be Annadrava Shula or Parinama Shula

In Annadrava Shula the pain usually begins after the digestion of food and also remains during indigestion and remains constant.

In Parinamashula usually, pain starts during the digestion of food in the duodenum. this happens due to the contact of sores or ulcers in the duodenum with acidic foods from the stomach.

We  Ayursathya  Ayurveda provide symptomatic management by giving specialized herbal formulations for the effective reversal of these conditions.
The effective formulations used in Ayurveda to reverse these conditions are, Patola kwatha, Drakshadi kwatha, Pathyadi kwatha, Loha bhasma along with Triphala kwatha. Yashtimadhu or glycyrrhiza glabra is known as an effective antacid that has got great properties in reducing the production of high levels of HCl in the stomach and decreasing acidic irritation of peptic mucosa.