Alsactil Tablet

100 Nos

₹360.00

Categories: Gastro care 

Tags: AcidityConstipationDigestionDuodenal ulcerDyspepsiaFlatulenceGastricGastric floraHeadacheHeartburnHyperacidityLoss of appetiteNauseaUlcer 
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Alsactil Tablet

An Ayurvedic Formula To Curb Hyperacidity Naturally
 

The state of digestion is considered the key indicator of good health, says Ayurveda. There are many warning signs of an unhealthy digestive system that are neglected as simple inconveniences or non-serious medical issues.

Frequent bloating, indigestion, regurgitation, or sour-bitter tasting acid in your throat are the warning signs that your digestive system is out of balance. In Ayurveda, this condition is called Hyperacidity, also known as Amla Pitta.

 

About Alsactil Tablet

Alsactil Tablet is a proprietary herbal formulation known to gradually provide relief from hyperacidity, flatulence, gastric ulcer, heartburn, and duodenal ulcer. A natural digestive, it is composed of a blend of Triphala, Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Lashuna (Allium sativum), Yashtimadu (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Saindava lavana (Rock Salt), Maricha (Piper nigrum) and Pippali (Piper longum). This unique combination helps reduce acidity, improves digestion and protects the gastric flora. It is also a good antacid that is devoid of side-effects like constipation. This all-natural formulation is designed to provide relief from Dyspepsia, flatulence, hyperacidity, headache, nausea and heartburn.

 

Benefits of Alsactil Tablet

All-Natural Digestive: This ayurvedic formulation is made of the choicest Ayurvedic herbs that gently cleanse and detoxify the digestive tract and helps alleviate hyperacidity and its symptoms naturally.

Provides Natural Relief from the Symptoms of Hyperacidity: When taken along with the right diet, Alsactil tablet ensures natural symptomatic relief from loss of appetite, headache, nausea, heartburn, and constipation.

Effective in Duodenal Ulcer and Gastric Ulcer: Duodenal and gastric ulcers create a lot of discomfort in the intestinal tract and slow down digestive functions. The proprietary blend of ingredients used in Alsactil is known to be effective in naturally minimizing the symptoms and upkeeping the health of the digestive system.

Helps control Flatulence and Dyspepsia: Flatulence is characterized by the accumulation of gas in the alimentary canal. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) also causes bloating. Dyspepsia can lead to severe belching, abdominal pain, nausea, heartburn, and more. Alsactil is a polyherbal preparation that helps aid the release of gut enzymes that boosts the digestive function and controls flatulence naturally.

 

Recommended Dosage

1-2 tablets thrice daily after food or as directed by the physician.

 

Ayurvedic Herbs in Alsactil

Triphala

  • Triphala is a traditional medicine made from three fruits Amalaki (Embilica offiicinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

  • Triphala works as a natural antacid and reduces acidity in the stomach

  • It helps in the process of digestion, thereby improving digestive health

  • It ensures proper absorption and works as a natural laxative

  • It ensures natural cleansing

 

Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)

  • Indian gooseberry also called Amla

  • It is commonly used as a fruit as well as traditional medicine

  • It has the ability to balance all the three Doshas. Amalaki can be taken in different forms in order to balance different Doshas. It can also be used in combination with other ingredients for different Dosha issues. Depending on the combination, it is used for both weight loss and weight gain.

  • Vata imbalances are treated with amla combined with Sesame/Gingelly oil in the evening. Pitta issues can be helped with a mixture of Amla and Ghee (clarified butter) or jaggery in the evening. Kapha imbalances call for the combination of Amla with honey in the morning.

  • It is rich in Vitamin C and used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-ageing and rejuvenative

  • Amla is a good laxative, relieves constipation and is used in Ayurveda for acidity

 

Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

  • It is used to balance all three Doshas

  • The literal meaning of the word Haritaki is that which removes diseases and makes the body shine

  • It is used in Ayurveda as an antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, hypolipidemic, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, cardioprotective, immunomodulator, anti-diabetes, hypolipidemic and wound healer. 

  • It promotes bowel movement, improves digestion and is a fat scraper

  • It is an Ayurvedic medicine for digestion problem

  • Haritaki is particularly useful in traditional treatments for piles and haemorrhoids as it eases the bowel movement and the pressure on piles affected areas.  It also reduces the inflammation at the site and helps it to heal. 

  • It should be avoided during pregnancy

 

Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)

  • One of the famous Triphala herbs

  • Its name is derived from the word Vibhitaki which means to be without the fear of disease

  • It is a major ingredient in Ayurvedic medicines for fever, cold, cough, hair growth, worm infestations as well as Panchakarma treatments

  • It is a laxative that eases motion

  • A good Ayurvedic detoxifier that purifies muscles, fat, blood and lymph tissues

  • Balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas

  • Useful in Ayurvedic medicine as an antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antidiarrheal, antihypertensive, antipyretic and hepatoprotective

 

Yashtimadhu

  • This is also called Liquorice or Mulethi

  • It is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine for gas and acidity

  • It is a common ingredient in Indian kitchens that is usually associated with sweet and candies

  • This is one among the group of 10 herbs called the Jeevaneeya Gana (10 herbs) which have anti-ageing properties

  • It is also a part of the Varnya group of herbs that are good for the scalp and hair. It reduces burning and itching

  • It is a multipurpose ingredient helpful Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, analgesic and antacid

  • It pacifies the Pitta and Vata Doshas

  • Its beneficial effect of both testosterone and estrogen makes it useful in Ayurvedic treatment of hormone-related hair fall issues

  • It is an ayurvedic ingredient for stomach infection helping prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and keeps the stomach healthy

  • It is an excellent medicine that can help cure heartburn and symptoms of hyperacidity

  • It is an ayurvedic medicine for stomach pain

  • It helps in minimizing stomach ulcers

  • Sweet and unctuous, licorice with its cooling effect helps balance Pitta.

  • The glycyrrhizinic acids in licorice also help counter Helicobacter pylori, inhibiting the growth of bacteria responsible for peptic ulcers.

  • It helps relieve heartburn and symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease

  • It provides natural relief from abdominal pain, nausea, abdominal cramps, and vomiting

 

Durva (Cynodon dactylon)

  • The Durva grass holds a special spiritual as well as medicinal significance in Indian traditions

  • It is considered to be one of the most versatile Ayurvedic medicines. It is especially good at promoting a good and healthy complexion of the skin

  • Its medicinal properties as per the Ayurvedic system are astringent, antimicrobial, cooling, demulcent, restorative and moisturising

  • It is a natural ayurvedic medicine for acidity and gas

  • It reduces pain caused by hyperacidity

  • It prevents stomach infections and can help cure ulcers

 

Pippali

  • Pippali or piper longum linn is long pepper

  • Pacifies Vata and Kapha Doshas

  • Improves the metabolism

  • It is used in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases

  • It is used to help heal indigestion and heartburn

 

Musta

  • It is a grass that is used in Ayurveda for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

  • It pacifies Kapha and Pitta Doshas

  • Musta or Cyperus rotundus stimulates the production of digestive juices and thereby improves digestion

  • It is antibacterial and can be used to deal with a stomach infection and can get rid of toxins in the stomach

  • It helps to deal with the problem of flatulence and is an ayurvedic medicine for gas

  • It can be used to help cure ulcers

 

Lasuna

  • Lasuna is Allium sativa or garlic, a common spice

  • It is a home remedy and Ayurvedic medicine for gastric issues

  • It is used along with other herbs for the treatment of dyspepsia

  • Lasuna is useful to help cure abdominal pain and all stomach related disorders when used in combination with other medicines

  • Saindava lavana

  • Saindava lavana is rock salt that stimulates the jatharagni and thus improves digestion

  • It can be used to reduce acidity in the stomach

  • It improves the functioning of the digestive system

  • It has been found to have the properties of being an anticoagulant,  carminative, digestive, anti-bacterial, anti-tumour, anti-oxidant, aphrodisiac,diaphoretic, a stomach tonic, expectorant, diuretic and good for the energy-producing tissue of the body

 

Maricha

  • Maricha or piper nigrum is black pepper, a common spice

  • It is commonly used to help cure gas, indigestion, and flatulence

  • It is a very good remedy to improve digestive health

  • It helps balance Kapha and Vata Doshas and aggravates Pitta Dosha

  • It supports the digestive fire (Agni)

 

Kapardica (Cowrie Ash)

  • This is the Bhasma that is prepared from Cowries. 

  • It is an Ayurvedic medicine for acidity

 

Saindava lavana (Rock salt)

  • Soothes digestive disorders

 

Hyperacidity is one of the common problems faced by people. It happens when there is too much acid production in the stomach due to weakness in the digestive system or dietary problems. The body produces a sufficient amount of acid to digest food. When a person consumes unhealthy food or if he does not eat meals on time or his digestive system is not functioning properly, then excess acid is produced. This acid causes a burning sensation in the stomach and the chest. It causes gas, discomfort in the stomach, and pain. It can cause stomach upset and loose motions. If left untreated,

The Alsactil tablet contains ingredients that are widely used in the formulation of Ayurvedic medicine for acidity. It helps relieve gas, bloating and acidity related troubles. This Ayurvedic tablet for gas and acidity relief is made entirely of natural ingredients that optimise the digestive system. Alsactil tablet helps restore digestive health and help in the treatment of  hyperacidity

Alsactil tablet is an ayurvedic medicine for acidity that is highly helpful in treating hyperacidity and in the treatment of problems like flatulence, heartburn, and ulcers. It is an ayurvedic tablet that helps improve the functioning of the digestive system, reduces acid and protects good bacteria in the stomach. This Ayurvedic medicine for gas and acidity relief also incorporates the famous Triphala herbs that are very soothing for digestion. Alsactil uses a combination of various herbs like Triphala, Yashti, Musta, and Durva ensures it is useful in the treatment of hyperacidity and restoring digestive health.

Alsactil tablet contains the best ingredients recommended for Ayurvedic medicine for gastric problems. This tablet for gas and acidity also can help pacify ulcers. It can be used in the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers. It is an ayurvedic medicine that helps with the management of constipation since it improves digestive health and cleanses the stomach. This combination of medicines works towards rectifying Pitta imbalance. The Alsactil tablet for acidity aims to help provide natural relief from the symptoms of acidity. It can also help reduce dyspepsia and flatulence.

Apart from the treatment of hyperacidity, it is very useful to help cure ulcers that develop as a result of many years of untreated acidity. This proprietary ayurvedic medicine can help in healing ulcers and provide comfort to patients.

 

Causes of Hyperacidity

Hyperacidity is directly related to the food consumed and diet. It is also related to the lifestyle followed. Improper diet and a stressful and sedentary lifestyle can contribute to weaknesses in the digestive system and this in turn leads to acid production.

 

Some of the common causes of hyperacidity are:

  • Eating meals at irregular timings and not following proper timings for meals

  • Eating more spicy, oily, fatty, and junk foods like pizza, burgers, pastries, samosas, etc.

  • Consuming too much of spice mixtures, garlic, clove, etc. in the diet can irritate the stomach leading to hyperacidity

  • Eating too fast by gobbling up food puts pressure on the digestive system weakening it

  • Overeating is a cause for acidity

  • Eating fermented foods like dosa, idli, and baked food especially when it has become stale

  • Consuming too much coffee, tea, or carbonated drinks

  • Not drinking a sufficient quantity of water

  • Smoking and alcohol consumption

  • A sedentary lifestyle with not much physical activity

  • Eating too late at night or sleeping immediately after eating a heavy meal

  • Stress and tension can cause excess production of acid

  • Frequent change in moods and emotional disturbances can affect the digestive system

  • Hyperacidity can also occur due to a side effect of medications like antibiotics

  • Diseases like gastritis, pancreatitis, intestinal blockage, gallbladder inflammation, and cancer can cause digestive problems and lead to hyperacidity

 

Ayurveda’s View of Hyperacidity

Good digestion and balanced Doshas are the keys to good health. When one of the Doshas is out of balance it affects the digestion as well as the health of the person. To digest food properly the Agni or digestive fire must be strong. For this one must eat meals on time and eat the heaviest meal at noon when the Sun and therefore the Agni is at its strongest. Food should be eaten in a calm and unhurried way. Cold food suppresses the Agni. As per Ayurveda food should be eaten warm or hot. Ayurveda also recommends certain supplements or medicines that are ideal to strengthen the Agni. 

Gas, bloat and acidity are Vata Dosha problems. When there is too much air in the digestive system, there is gas formation. To avoid this the Vata Dosha aggravation should be balanced. One should eat foods that are Vata pacifying. Good diet habits and proper digestion eliminate issues with bloat, gas and acidity. One should have a balanced and nutritious diet. Food is best taken freshly prepared and warm. Water sipped in between meals should also be warm. Adequate water and fibre intake are essential to keep the bowels healthy. One should also have an active lifestyle. 

Hyperacidity is known in Ayurveda as Amlapitta. Amla is sour and pitta refers to the pitta dosha. In Ayurveda, diseases are attributed to the tridosha – Vata, Kapha, and Pitta. Imbalance in any of these doshas can cause diseases. Pitta dosha regulates body metabolism and heat. It is, therefore, directly related to the digestive system and acidity.

When there is an imbalance in Pitta dosha, it can lead to hyperacidity. According to the science of Ayurveda, Amlapitta occurs due to Virrudhashana and Pittaprakopa bhojana. Virrudhashasana refers to an improper lifestyle that is not natural. Too much of work pressure leading to stress, not having time to eat properly, skipping meals, not sleeping well, and lack of sufficient exercise is a contributing factor to Amlapitta.

The second factor is Pittaprakopa bhojana. This refers to food that causes an imbalance in Pitta. Excess of oily, fatty, and spicy food, and overuse of stimulants aggravate the pitta dosha causing imbalance. One more reason for this is eating food combinations that are not suitable. For instance, milk and fish is a food combination that can aggravate the pitta and cause an imbalance.

 

There are three factors involved in Amlapitta as per Ayurvedic texts -

They are:

  1. Agnimandya: Here, food that is consumed does not get digested properly. This happens due to the weakness of the Jatharagni (digestive juices). This can put a severe strain on the digestive system, leading to stomach upsets and excess acid production

  2. Ama: Ama refers to toxins that are produced due to the weakness of the Jataragni and the inability of the body to digest food properly. Normally, the digestive system flushes away toxins but when it is impaired, it produces the toxin ama, which is what causes hyperacidity

  3. Annavaha Strotodushti: This refers to disturbances in the digestive system in the alimentary canal, colon, and other parts. This leads to all the digestive problems leading to stomach upset and other related symptoms

 

The pachaka pitta or the digestive pitta is imbalanced, causing excess acid production. This leads to hyperacidity and related symptoms. If you were wondering how to control acidity through Ayurveda, then we tell you different ways of removing the imbalance in pitta.

A person suffering from hyperacidity can take ayurvedic medicine for gas and acidity. Ayurveda texts prescribe different kinds of medicines that can be used to treat this digestive problem. Shatavari, Yashti, Durva, Amalakki, Shunti are some of the ayurvedic medicines for indigestion and gas that can be very helpful in strengthening the digestive system.

The ayurvedic medicine for gastric problems can resolve the hyperacidity problems and restore balance in pitta. Ayurveda treats a person’s health problems in a holistic manner. It is not a science that only addresses the symptoms. The entire body has to be brought into balance to function efficiently and maintain good health.  Medicine alone cannot be helpful in treating hyperacidity. Lifestyle change and diet play a major role. Overall wellness can only be achieved through overall good habits and nutrition.

 

Some of the lifestyle changes that need to be followed for hyperacidity treatment are:

  • Eat light meals instead of heavy meals

  • Eat meals as per regular times and avoid eating late at night and sleeping immediately after eating

  • Eat the largest meal closer to noon when the Agni or digestive fire is high

  • Sufficient physical activity is needed to digest food properly

  • Fried food, food high in spice, and junk food must be strictly avoided

  • All stimulants, including caffeine must be strictly avoided

  • Sour food and food that is acidic must be avoided

  • Proper sleep for at least six to eight hours is essential

  • Meditation and Yoga can be practiced to control stress

  • Sufficient water must be consumed along with amla juice, pomegranate juice, and coconut water

  • Lukewarm milk should be consumed with a teaspoon of ghee for better digestion

  • Vegetables like gourds, cucumbers and leafy greens to be consumed

  • Fruits like fig, amla, black grapes, pomegranate, and sweet lime should be consumed


FAQ's

 

1. Does Alsactil Tablet help in balancing Pitta?

Yes, it does. An Alsactil Tablet is an ayurvedic medicine that will help with constipation management, digestion, and stomach cleansing. The combination of herbs present in the tablet rectifies the Pitta imbalance and provides relief from acidity.

 

2. Are Alsactil Tablets Chewable?

Alsactil is not a chewable tablet. However, it may be powdered & mixed with a glass of water to drink.

 

3. If I am allergic to triphala can I take Alsactil Tablet?

You may want to avoid medications that have triphala, if you have any chronic conditions or allergies that can affect your health in a negative way. Triphala can also interfere with any other medication plan you may be on.

 

4. Should we take Alsactil Tablet before food intake or after food intake?

The tablets have to be taken thrice daily, after food, or as directed by your doctor. The tablets are anti-bacterial and can be used to deal with stomach infections and getting rid of toxins. So ensure that you have the medicine on a full stomach.

 

5. Can Alsactil Tablet be helpful for bloating and indigestion?

Yes, the tablets can help reduce bloating, indigestion, flatulence, and hyperacidity. Natural ingredients such as garlic and licorice are time tested remedies for stomach issues. This Ayurvedic medicine for gas and acidity relief also incorporates the famous Triphala herbs that are very soothing for digestion. Alsactil Tablets are a combination of herbs that are useful for gut health, they are quite. Alsactil Tablets are a combination of herbs that are useful for gut health, they are quite good for treating bloating and indigestion, and it helps pacify stomach ulcers as well. 





INDICATIONS:

  • Gastric Ulcer
  • Duodenal Ulcer
  • Hyperacidity

DOSAGE:

1 to 2 tablets thrice daily after food or as directed by the physician.

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