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AGNIMUCK TABLETS
 
INDICATIONS :  
Gas Trouble, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Regulates Digestion
DOSAGE : 1-2 Tablets twice a day with water or as directed by the physician.
Presentation : Strip of 25X10 Tablets
 
Composition : Each Tablets Contains :
Heeng      2.77%
Piply         8.33%
Bach        5.55%
Sonth        11.11%
Ajowain   13.88%
Haritki     16.66%
Chitrak Mool 19.44%
Kuth        22.22%
Base        Q.S.
 
BENEFITS: For Gas Truble, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Regulates Digestion
 
Agnimuck is an herbal compound comprising the dried fruits of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica, and Emblica officinalis in equal proportions. These are popularly known in India as Harad, Behada and Amla. Harada and Behada have a warm energy, while Amla is cool. Triphala, being a combination of all three, is therefore balanced, making it useful as an internal cleansing, detoxifying formula for everyone including more sensitive type individuals and vegetarians. This formula and its individual ingredients are highly valued in Ayurveda, being compared to a "good manager of the house," aiding digestion, nutrient absorption and body metabolism.
 
According to Ayurvedic practitioners, daily use of Agnimuck promotes normal appetite, good digestion, the increase of red blood cells and hemoglobin, and removal of undesirable fat. Agnimuck is very beneficial for creating a favorable chemical environment for the proliferation of beneficial intestinal bacteria and an unfavorable environment for non-beneficial intestinal bacteria. Of primary importance is the use of Agnimuck as a bowel regulator. It is considered as safe as food and is not habit forming, even when taken on a daily basis. Since Triphala is a tonic, cleanser and blood purifier, there is still one other important use for it and that is as a strengthener of the eyes, useful for cataracts, conjunctivitis and glaucoma. Agnimuck can be used as daily eyewash to strengthen vision, counteract many eye defects and eliminate redness and soreness.
 
Agnimuck Usage: Agnimuck is the one formula recommended for everybody. Agnimuck is gentle for people of all ages, from children to seniors. Agnimuck is balancing for people with all types of constitutions. A rasayana promotes ojas, the finest product of digestion that prevents disease, creates luster and glow in the skin and rejuvenates the whole body. Besides nourishing the mind and body and promoting longevity, Agnimuck has many specific effects. It is particularly rejuvenating for the digestive tract, and is a Agnimuck for the eyes and the skin. It removes ama from the fat tissue, and balances cholesterol. Agnimuck also purifies the urine and prevents urinary tract disease. It enhances all thirteen agnis (digestive fires), especially the main digestive fire in the stomach. It pacifies Kapha and Pitta, and if taken regularly, is a powerful anti-aging rasayana.
 
Agnimuck corrects constipation, cleanses and tonify the gastro intestinal tract.
Detoxifies the whole body and improves digestion and assimilation.
Agnimuck reduces high blood pressure and hypertension and improves blood circulation.
It acts as anti viral, anti bacterial, powerful anti oxidant, and has anticancer and anti-allergy properties.
Agnimuck is also helpful in liver disorders, acts as an expectorant and corrects Diverticulitis (diverticulosis).
Very Effective in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Ulcerative Colitis.
Agnimuck is a powerful eye rejuvenator for treatment of conjunctivitis, progressive myopia, the early stages of glaucoma and cataracts.
Highly anti inflammatory, anti viral and also stimulates bile-flow and peristalsis.
 
Gastric illness or complaint, gastritis, is a painful and difficult condition
 
It is an inflammation of the stomach, which though if treated quickly and well need not be dangerous, can lead to very many serious and dangerous life threatening conditions, such as stomach ulcers and other stomach based diseases and disorders. If it becomes particularly bad it can be fatal, as it can cause ameniea which in turn can turn into emaciation.
 
Signs of Gastritis
 
General loss of appetite
A sour feeling or other strong discomfort in the stomach which leads to frequent vomiting
Nausea
Headaches
Giddiness
Causes of Gastritis
 
Over-eating
Over consumption of alcohol
Also commonal garden illnesses such as influenza and gout can produce toxins that cause gastritis.
Also an intake of acids or alkali into the stomach can lead to gastritis.
The Ayurvedic reason for gastric disorder is a viation of pitta. Pitta governs the metabolic process and basically this mean that the sufferers'digestive system and overall metabolism has been compromised or damaged.
 
The Ayurvedic Dietary Remedy for Gastric Disorder
 
To achieve the right balances in your metabolism don't ingest very hot or very cold food stuffs and beverages as these extremes cause build-ups of acidity in your digestive system. No matter how hot or cold the temperature is do not try to warm up or cool down, but take a moderately heated drink or food.
 
Avoid any food that causes acid build up and enjoy dairy produce only in moderation.
Eat heavy, dry, bitter sweet food stuffs and produce as they do not produce dangerous toxins when digested.
Fresh fruit should form a great part of your diet as it purifies your system. However not all fruit is suitable.
Suitable fruit to help avoid gastric disorder
 
Grapes
Cherries
Melons
Avocadoes
These are sweet fruits that cause no distress to the metabolism and other similar fruits are also ok.
 
Unsuitable fruit to avoid gastric disorder
 
Grapefruit
Plumbs
Olives
Unrippened pineapples
These are sour fruits which when ingested can increase acid which can build-up and lead to gastritis and other such fruits should be avoided.
 
A reduction in eating hot spicy foods is also recommended. So spices and herbs such as Fennel, Turmeric and Coriander oils such as sesame and almond can still be enjoyed but only in moderation.
 
Vegetables and flavorings like Red hot peppers, chillis, garlic, and celery should be totally avoided.
 
Ayurvedic also promotes the insistence of regular and set mealtimes. All meals are important, but lunch is the most vital and should be taken at noon and consist of a combination of the above.

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