What are the best Ayurvedic Remedies for Gastric Problems?

What are the best Ayurvedic Remedies for Gastric Problems?

Do you hear your parents often say that they cannot have that cup of tea in the evening since they fear that their stomach will hurt because of gas? Or, they have started avoiding certain food items because of gastric pain? This is a common thing that many of us hear almost every day. Well, when the gastric pain starts, we mostly take an allopathic medicine and get instant relief. However, it comes back the next day, and dealing with this problem becomes a habit slowly. 

If you want to get rid of this issue, then you can get started with some of the best Ayurvedic medicine for gastric problems. So, let us quickly check them out here today.

Cumin seeds

You can dry roast cumin seeds on a pan and once it is cooled down, make powder out of it. You can mix it with half a cup of water. Let this boil, and once it has cooled down, filter it and drink it lukewarm. To get the best results, you should drink cumin water or tea early in the morning. You can also stir fry cumin seeds in ghee and then mix it with rice and consume it. It will give you a lot of relief from gas.

Indian gooseberry

Indian gooseberries are grown in several parts of India and can be easily found across the country. It comes with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. As per Ayurveda, this is an excellent option to get help in gastric as it reduces pitta. 

Mint leaves

Mint is known for its cooling properties. As you consume mint leaves, it will reduce the burning sensation in your stomach. You can take a handful of mint leaves, chop them and boil them in half liter water. Once it cools down, you can drink it for relief.

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Cardamon, commonly called Elaichi in India, serves as a multi-purpose remedy. From reducing stomach spasms to stimulating digestion, it will soothe your stomach lining and inhibits excessive acid production.


If you are feeling bloated and having pain because of gas in your stomach, take some aniseed and chew it raw. Try to gently swallow it. You can also make powder of it, and add a little honey to make a paste out of it. After each meal throughout the day, take a small amount of paste and lick it.

White pumpkin juice

Take a white pumpkin and make slices of it. You have to extract the pulpy liquid out of it. To get quick relief for acidity and gastritis, you can have a half cup of this twice a day, regularly.


One of the most effective ayurvedic medicines that can be found very easily on the premises of your house is tulsi. The tulsi leaves enhance the production of mucus in the stomach and also have antiulcer properties.


Cloves help in the production of saliva and ultimately help in digestion as well as lessen the acidity symptoms. If you are feeling uneasy because of acidity, you can take a piece of clove, keep it in your mouth and bite it whenever you feel like it. The clove oil will reduce acidity in very less time.


Ginger is one of the ayurvedic cures for acid reflux. It will boost your digestion and also absorbs the essential nutrients.


We all are fond of buttermilk, especially in the summer season, right? Take a glass of buttermilk, add a pinch of turmeric and asafetida to it and drink it.

 These are some of the items that you will find at your home very easily and that can give you instant relief. However, you must get a thorough treatment, and to manage your finances, you can buy a health insurance policy that will provide you with the necessary coverage. You can check out the features and other details of the health insurance plans at the IIFL website.


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