The Ayurvedic calendar consists of three seasons each of which is related to the three doshas, Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. The Vata season starts from late fall to summer (October to February), the Pitta season lasts between mid-summer and early fall (July to October) and the Kapha season stretches between spring to early summer ( March to June). It is believed that during the transition of these seasons, the body undergoes a lot of changes depending on the imbalances in the system.

And in Ayurveda, all body imbalances and issues can be explained in terms of the three doshas. Gas, acidity, or bloating is a classic symptom of Vata dosha aggravation.  And Vata is air and space-based dosha. During gas which is considered to be an air-like issue, Vata moves from the colon to the small intestine and causes the gastric disruption the produces uncomfortable conditions in the body, such as constipation, acidity, or bloating. Check out these remedies that can potentially fight your gastric problems with the agents of Ayurveda.

Eat Warm Cooked Food

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In order to subside gastric troubles in the body that arise as a result of Vata aggravation, you should eat warm cooked food which is easier to digest. Vata is considered to have cold and dry effects and therefore warm food can help you combat the aggravation. It is advisable to take whole porridges, stewed apples etc for breakfast. For lunch or dinner, you can go for vegetable soups, stews, stir-fries, and curries with rice.

Ghee And Figs For Bloating

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Mix 5/4 cups of warm water, 1 teaspoon ghee, and 1/2 teaspoon salt and consume it immediately.  The ghee helps in lubricating the intestinal walls which promotes easy stool movements. The butyrate acid present in this solution is known to have anti-inflammatory effects.

And, lastly, the salt can kill the bacteria providing a clean gut.  Eat fibrous foods like soaked figs, bael fruit, Triphala, and china grass. The fiber helps in easing the bowel movement and warding off constipation.

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Drink CCF Tea Regularly

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To make Ayurvedic CCF tea, you need 1/2 teaspoon coriander seeds, 1/2 cumin seeds, and 1/2 teaspoon fennel seeds. Add the three ingredients to boiling water in a 40oz thermos.  Let it steep in for 15 minutes, so that the nutrients get mixed with water. Afterward, remember to sip this tea, every half an hour interval, throughout the day. This will balance out the Vata imbalances and will cure bloating, constipation, or even acidity.

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Consume Chawanprash

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Chawanprash is Ayurveda's most significant tool.  It is a jam-like dark coloured paste that is loaded with extremely beneficial herbs and nutrients. And it is known for its multiple advantages. Chawanprash is especially great for easing out all your digestion related problems. As it contains a fire element or which is better known as the digestive fire and supports regular elimination.

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Follow These Extra Tips

Apart from all those points, Ayurveda suggests that eating in a calm and peaceful environment helps you to be able to absorb the right nutrients from your food. Eating slowly, chewing your food properly, and concentrating on your meal are some other things to do to create the perfect sound healthy lifestyle and stay healthy.

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