A simple home remedy to cure indigestion and improve appetite

Indigestion over a long period of time can cause weakness, laziness, lack of concentration, lack of interest weight loss, feeling sleepy during in day time, etc. In Ayurveda this condition is explained as “Ama”. Lack of appetite is one of the main symptoms of Ama. The basic reason for this condition is lack of digestive power. Ayurveda explains a simple Ayurvedic herbal tea to cure indigestion and to improve appetite.
Coriander seed coarse powder – 5 grams

Ginger coarse powder – 1 gram

water – 70 ml

Take this mixture in a vessel and boil it in moderate heat till around 35 ml is remaining.

It should be consumed while it is warm.

Precautions:

Once prepared herbal tea can not be reheated after cooling, or can not be stored for more than 12 hours.

While heating, the vessel should be kept open. (it should not be closed with a lid. )

While heating, the mixture should be stirred to avoid charring of herbs.

Special health benefits:

This herbal tea cures indigestion. It is the simplest home remedy for indigestion.

Improves appetite and helps to put on weight.

Relieves abdominal pain due to indigestion.

Apart from these benefits, it also a natural kidney cleanse and bladder cleanse tea. This special benefit is due to coriander. Click to read a simple natural coolant and bladder cleanse coriander drink.


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Comments

  1. Poornima says:

    hi,

    when should the person have this herbal tea? and how frequent?

    Thanks,

  2. samantha nissanka says:

    Hi.Thanks for giving us this natural drink for a green world and human benifits

  3. Hello Dr Hebbar, I am a beginner nutritionnist and am studying Ayurvéda. I hope to include ayurvedic principles to the way we are eating here, in the west. I just wanted to say how much I love your posts and the way you always provide references to classical texts. This really helps me learning, many thanks.

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