Gastritis

Inflammation of the gastric (stomach) lining is called gastritis. It is most often caused by irritation of the gastric lining due to excessive alcohol intake, bacterial infection, chronic vomiting, or prolonged use of certain painkillers. The symptoms are nausea, vomiting, indigestion, heartburn, stomach pain, etc.

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Is cabbage juice helpful for gastritis?

Query: Hello doctor, I wanted to try cabbage juice for my gastritis. Should I be worried about the effects of cabbage on thyroid?  Read Full »


Dr. Ishwar Chandra Rai

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Cabbage juice is very effective in gastritis and peptic ulcer. It contains several micronutrients, phytochemical and antioxidants. Sulforaphane is an antioxidant found in cabbage juice which helps to reduce Helicobacter pylori. So you can take it. It does not affect thy...  Read Full »

I have chronic gastritis and want to do snehapana at home. Can you please guide me?

Query: Hello doctor,I have chronic gastritis. I want to do snehapana at home with pure cow ghee. Can you please guide me?  Read Full »


Dr. Alka

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Ideally, you should have done it under the supervision of a nearby Ayurveda physician. Because this procedure also requires a close watch and some dietary restriction. Even if you are taking some medicine without guidance, it is not advisable to do it on your own. It...  Read Full »

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