Pachak is a specially formulated ayurvedic medicine for indigestion which is created using 7 of the choicest herbs. Each of the ingredients of this digestive medicine stimulates the ‘digestive fire’ thereby allowing better absorption of nutrients. Ideal for those dealing with indigestion, loss of appetite, bloating, acidity or other digestive disorders, Pachak offers quick relief.
Availed in the form of a powder, Pachak is inarguably the best medicine for digestion. When consumed as recommended, along with incorporating certain dietary changes such as increasing the intake of water, and the addition of high fiber foods in the diet, this medicine for digestion problem is known to offer lasting relief.
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For ages 10 & below: 1/2 teaspoon, daily after lunch and dinner
For ages 10 and above: 1 teaspoon, daily after lunch and dinner
Recommended Course: Minimum 3 months
The 7 ingredients that make Pachak as effective as it is, are as follows –
Also known as Sendha Namak or Mountain Salt, it prevents water from surrounding the tissues of the digestive system. Moreover, it helps soften the stool and promotes their easy passage. It is known to improve digestion without causing stomach irritation, or worsening gastritis. It balances natural production of HCl, and helps removes intestinal and abdominal gases.
Also known Rock Candy, this herb derived from the sap of the Palmyra palm helps relieve stomach ache and kidney stones, along with aiding weight control.
Also called Balinese Pepper, it has been used since long as a secret ingredient in Indian as well as Asian foods. Known to strengthen the immune system while also accentuating the effect of other ingredients, it is a key component of Pachak.
Also known by the name of Caraway Seeds, Shahjira is used for digestive problems including heartburn, bloating, loss of appetite, and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines. It eases the gut and provides relief from gas.
This Ayurvedic herb increases general vitality. It warms and energizes the body as a whole, counteracts congestion, stops diarrhea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.
Also known as Indian Gooseberry, Amla is best used for its high concentration of Vitamin C and antioxidants. It enhances absorption of food, acts as a body coolant and flushes out toxins. It is also known to cure stomach constipation and rejuvenate the body.
Essentially dried ginger, Sunth is known to be a powerful herb that helps in relieving chest and gastric pain. It also aids digestion and assists in weight management.