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Dr. Mayur S. Patil* Dr. Ujwala V. Pawar and Dr. Anuja B. Valsange


Amlapitta is very common disease in encountering in present population and given its prevalence in India, this lifestyle disorder which is mostly of acute nature turns into a lifetime disorder only because of the over-the-counter antacids, which are taken to counter the complaints temporarily. The ahara has got major role in the management of the body and also causing the diseases. Due to lot of stress, lack of self awareness and improperly following rutucharya i.e faulty dietic habits results in the disease Amlapitta can be correlated with various gastro-oesophageal reflux diseases like gastritis, dyspepsia, heartburn, peptic ulcer, hyperacidity etc. As acharyas say‘Roga sarvaepi mandagnou’ i.e vitiation of agni is the main pathophysiological factor in all diseases. In Amlapitta also due to mandagni the ingested food become vidagdha paka, and then the pachaka pitta attains excessive amlata and causes vidaha. Ayurveda has got potential remedy in the management of Amlapitta. A 34yrs old male patient presenting with amlodgara, urodaha, utklesha, shirshool, chhardi etc. approach to Govt. Ayurved Hospital, Nanded. Patient was treated with shaman chikitsa a unique principle of Ayurveda. Patient shows significant improvement in symptoms.

Keywords: Amlapitta, Aahara, Agni, Aam, Rutucharya.

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