remedy for acidity

Imagine this: you are looking forward to attending an important meeting for the day, and you know you are going to eat late. If you suffer from acidity, this situation can be particularly challenging. Eating late could worsen it and therefore, it is necessary to always be prepared.  

There is a simple, Ayurvedic remedy that can help.  


Ayurvedic remedy for acidity  


If you are someone who gets acidity often, keep two essentials in your bag – rock sugar or Mishri and fennel seeds. Mix both and keep it in a packet. When your mealtime is delayed, do not let acidity take over. Instead, chew on a teaspoon of the mixture.   


This Ayurvedic remedy is a lifesaver for mild cases of acidity. It is natural, soothing, and provides quick relief. Also, you can carry it with you wherever you go.  


How this combination helps 


The sweet taste of Mishri not only satisfies your cravings but also helps neutralize the excess acid in your stomach. On the other hand, fennel seeds, known for their aromatic flavour, are excellent for digestion. They have carminative properties, meaning they can help prevent the formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract.  


Together, rock sugar and fennel seeds create a harmonious blend that can provide quick relief from acidity. It is a natural and Ayurvedic alternative to over-the-counter antacids, and the best part is that you can carry it with you wherever you go.  


This combination works wonders in alleviating mild cases of acidity, providing a natural and soothing relief. However, if you have hyperacidity, the most important rule to follow is not to delay your meals.    


If you find yourself battling with hyperacidity frequently, it is time to address the root cause – your gut health. Ayurveda emphasizes the importance of gut health in overall well-being. Therefore, if you suffer from severe hyperacidity for a long time, do not take it lightly.   


Fix your gut health and get rid of acidity with my 3-month gut health program. This program aims to restore the balance of your digestive system through dietary and lifestyle changes, exercise and Panchakarma and medicines (if required).  

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