Wheat, rye, and barley are examples of grains that contain the protein gluten. In addition to being present in foods containing these nutrients in small amounts, gluten can also be found in supplements, vitamins, and medications. A condition known as gluten intolerance, also known as gluten sensitivity, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or non-celiac wheat sensitivity, occurs when your body has an adverse reaction to ingesting gluten.
An autoimmune illness is a condition that develops when the immune system of the body, which fights infections, unintentionally targets and damages body tissue. Gluten triggers a reaction in celiac disease that damages the lining of the small intestine. This minimizes the region available for absorbing almost all nutrients.
Although gluten sensitivity can affect your stomach, digestive system, intestine, or other organs won’t suffer any long-term effects from it. However, if you believe you may have gluten intolerance, you should consult a doctor since gluten intolerance is comparable to celiac disease, a disorder that can result in long-term harm to your small intestine. The distinction between celiac disease and gluten intolerance is that when persons with celiac disease consume gluten, it may cause damage to their small intestine. Although you shouldn’t eat gluten if you have a gluten intolerance, your body won’t be permanently harmed.
Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance
- Abdominal pain and bloating
- Nausea and vomiting
- Low energy levels
- Poor memory
- Gas, diarrhea, and constipation
- Headaches, tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines
- Inability to concentrate or focus
- Depression or anxiety
- Rashes and other skin irritations
- Irritability and mood swings
- Hives or canker sores
- Joint pain
Gluten Intolerance Treatment in Ayurveda
Gluten intolerance is classified as Asatmaya (intolerance) in Ayurveda, and its underlying cause is Agni dysfunction (digestive fire). It is comparable to the Ayurvedic concept of grahani. Ama (undigested food) is formed as a result of the low digestive fire, and the sickness becomes apparent.
The Ayurvedic approach for Gluten Intolerance Treatment with natural herbal remedies of IAFA Ayurveda focuses on strengthening the immune system, resolving digestive issues, and enhancing nutritional absorption from meals. The major goal of IAFA Ayurveda is to improve the patient’s health.
Natural Herbal Remedies for Gluten Intolerance
Aahar Amrutham Ras is a very potent product designed by the experts of IAFA which is free from gluten and wheat and also natural without any artificial sweeteners and flavors product is greatly Infused with Digestive Wellness Herbs that aid in the treatment of gluten intolerance.
Dosage: 30 ml with water once a day with an equal amount of water after meal. Shake the bottle before use.
Anthra Mitram Gulika is a special herbal remedy that targets gluten sensitivity. It is an IAFA Parpati formulation that is exceptionally strong and free of flavorings, colors, and additives made artificially. Praval Panchamrut (with mouktik), Piyush Villa Ras, Mukta Panchamrit Ras, Kutaja Ghan Vati, Giloy Satva, Godanti Bhasam, Swarnmakshik Bhasam, Mukta ShuktiPishti, Vijay Parpati, Suvarna Parpati, and Panchamrut Parpati are the ingredients of Anthram Mitram Gulika.
Dosage: 1 tablet twice a day with water.
Aahar Amrutham Gulika is a superb Ayurvedic remedy that contains a variety of herbs, including Vacha (Acorus calamus), Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Parpata (Fumaria Indica), Harivera (Valeriana Wallich), Nagara (Zingiber officinale), Bilva (Aegle marmelos), Shati (Hedychium spicatum), D (Aconitum heterophyllum). All these herbs help to aid the symptoms of gluten intolerance.
Dosage: Take 2 tablets twice daily.
A traditional Ayurvedic remedy called Kutaja Ghan Vati is presented by IAFA. The bark of this plant helps with diarrhea and dysentery brought on by gluten sensitivity and tones the digestive tract. It is traditionally used to cure conditions like gluten intolerance and wheat allergy.
Dosage: Take 1 tablet twice daily.
Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and amla are the three main herbs that are used to make Triphala. These three substances work together to provide a unique effect to calm down the symptoms of gluten intolerance. Triphala also improves immunity.
Dosage: Take 2 capsules once a day or at bedtime.
IAFA’s amazing formulation of curcumin capsules helps people with gluten intolerance control their symptoms on a natural basis. These pills are made from a curcumin herb extract that is completely pure. One of the key components of the herb turmeric is curcumin. It aids in the digestive system’s recovery from food intolerances including gluten sensitivity.
Dosage: Take 2 capsules once a day.
You can get these natural herbal remedies after consultation with Dr. Sahil Gupta (B.A.M.S., M.H.A.). He will suggest you a proper diet plan along with these natural herbal remedies to treat gluten intolerance successfully. Book an appointment for a consultation now.