Author(s): Sudhakar Reddy P*, Ashok P.K, Shenoy K.T.
Amlapitta is a disease of the major digestive disorder commonly being met by Ayurveda physicians. In this condition though signs and symptoms are vague, the patient will be affected physically, occasionally some psychological symptoms also will be associated. A series of whole digestive system malfunctions such as anorexia, nausea, acid eructation, heart burn etc. Are seen at the physical level, though the aetiological factors like indulgence of incompatible food, irregular food intake, and excessive fried foods are responsible for the origin of the disease. Alcohol, smoking and stress are also not an exception. Attempt has been made to treat the condition from its root cause by using a dietary therapy and find out a cheap and easily available Ayurveda compound and Antacids. 60 numbers of patients having of acid eructation, heart burn, Belching, abdominal fullness, constipation, nausea with negative endoscopy results were selected and randomized in to three groups A, B, C, administered Ayurveda Compound, Antacids and Dietary therapy respectively and results were analysed by comparing relief of symptoms during the trial period, percentage of reoccurrence of symptoms during and after trial period, compliance and complications in between groups.