Bilwadi Churna is one of the best Pachaka (digestive) & Grahi (binding & absorbing) medicines. According to Ayurveda, all diseases start with the disturbance of digestive fire, so to have good health proper digestion is required.
Bilwadi Churna benefits in both acute and chronic cases of diarrhea. It absorbs the liquid from the intestine. As a result, it reduces the frequency of diarrhea.
Helps in destroying Infection causing bacteria and viruses
It also benefits in abdomen colic, amoebiasis, diarrhoea, dysentery & colitis
Provides relief from flatulence, dyspepsia (Non-ulcer), Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Regulates intestinal motility relieves abdominal colic and flatulence
Improves overall gut health which helps to regulate the gut-brain axis
CAUTION: Schedule E-1 drug. To be taken only under medical supervision
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Diet: Cow Milk & Ghee, processed Chaach (Buttermilk with Jeera or as advised by the physician), nutritious, healthy, freshly prepared and easily digestible meals.
Lifestyle: Regular body workout as per the body strength, Drink warm water throughout the day, and Early dinner.
Diet: Excessive Spicy, Cold, Dry, Reheated, Junk and Heavy to digest meals.
Lifestyle: Exposure to a dry and hot environment, Late night dinner and improper sleep