Amlapittavati derives its name from the term ‘Amlapita’ or acidity. Carefully concocted to release any stress of the Pitta Dosh or the Fire Element, this tablet aids the process of digestion and promotes better metabolism. This ayurvedic medicine for acidity ensures that the pH level of the gastric acid in the stomach is maintained at the ideal level of 3, thereby reducing any excessive burden on the Liver and Kidneys. Moreover, Amlapittavati is also known to be one of the most reliable indigestion remedies.
Ideal to be consumed by people of all age groups, this medicine diminishes the immense discomfort and pain in the chest, also known as heartburn caused by the consumption of salty, spicy, carbonated and fermented foods. It also helps avert various ailments of the digestive system such as gastritis, peptic ulcers, and tissue damage.
How to Use
Amlapittavati must be consumed thrice a day, preferably over an empty stomach.
Minimum Course – 3 months
Amlapittavati, one of the most effective remedies for acidity, contains as many as 17 herbal ingredients including but not limited to –
A highly effective alkaliser, Amla is the key ingredient of this medicine. Also known as the Indian Gooseberry, this fruit with anti-inflammatory properties boosts metabolism and promotes digestion due to its high fibre content.
An energizing raisin, Munakka comprises of iron and magnesium and is known to fight acidity.
Also known as cardamom, this spice is native to the Indian subcontinent. It helps in strengthening the digestive system.
One of the most powerful and oldest natural medicinal remedies, Jyesthimadhu acts as a lung toner and fights allergies that produce chronic cold.
Anti-peptic in nature, Nagkesar is known to be effective in aiding the digestive process.
Also known as Nutmeg, Jaiphal is largely famous for its anti-oxidant properties, as well as for its effectiveness in treating gastritis and indigestion.
Also known as Chuhara, Kharik is a rich source of calcium and iron. It aids the process of digestion due to its high fibre content,