The Oriental concept of Ayurveda with its focus on balance and rejuvenation particularly focuses on the significance of the digestive system with regard to the overall balanced functioning of the human body. One of the basic tenets of Ayurveda enshrines the necessity of healthy digestive system as the prerequisite to overall healthiness of the human body and mind.
With its belief that digestive system influences the functioning of circulatory, nervous and skeletal system; the concept rests on the basic principle that weakness in digestive system makes way for corresponding weakness in other organic system. According to Ayurveda consumption of food which is inextricably linked with digestion and its subsequent functioning or malfunctioning, the cause of improper functioning of the digestive system lies in the improper eating habits. Improper or imbalanced indulgence of senses which gives way to wrong eating habits serves to upset the all important digestive structure. Unhealthy eating manners triggered by the wrong use of senses aid to upset the physiological balance. The treatment administered to overcome the symptoms of digestive disorders; includes both symptomatic and asymptomatic treatment seeking to eradicate the underlying cause.
Effective treatment is provided for Gastritis, Ulcer, Hyperacidity, Indigestion/Anorexia, Intestinal Infection, Constipation, Liver Dysfunction, Hepatitis/Jaundice and Piles.