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Food is the basic necessity of life. It is the basic requisite for survival. Without food, our body cannot function properly.
Food is the tonic that helps in proper functioning of different mechanisms of the body. A normal person would often have cravings to eat food or would feel hungry.
However, what happens when you have no desire to eat? Lack of desire to eat food is often described as the loss of appetite.
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A person may have no desire to eat anything. It is a type of disorder in which willingness to eat food is affected.
The loss of appetite could be indicative of the problem experienced by the body. The lack of desire to eat could be because of the following reasons - high stress, migraine, depression, sinuses and gastroenteritis.
During pregnancy, many women too suffer from a loss of appetite. The person suffering from the loss of appetite could also experience symptoms like weight loss, nausea and loss of taste.
Ayurveda believes in harnessing the potential of herbs and remedies that nature has bestowed us with, in order to find cure for various disorders. Let us look at the Ayurvedic remedies recommended by the experts for the loss of appetite.
Amla is highly recommended in Ayurveda for its rejuvenating properties. It works as a tonic to your system curing the problem of nausea. It brings our digestive system back on track and helps in cleansing the liver. Vitamin C present in it boosts the immune system. This humble fruit also contains anti-diabetic, gastrointestinal and cerebral properties.
Taking 2 tbsp of Amla juice on an empty stomach every day will boost your appetite.
Ginger is a great Ayurvedic remedy if you are suffering from ailments like loss of appetite, stomach ache and indigestion. If you are experiencing loss of appetite due to pregnancy, then you should consult your doctor before consuming ginger.
Make a ginger tea and consume it several times in a day for desired results.
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Haritaki has numerous health benefits and it helps in alleviating a variety of ailments. It helps in curing gastrointestinal ailments, gives a boost to your appetite and helps in alleviating the problem of indigestion.
It helps in removing ama (toxins) from the body and helps bring the digestive tract back on track. No wonder they call it the mother of all herbs!
You can consume 1 tsp of Haritaki or harad in a powdered form with water.
Those suffering from indigestion, acidity, loss of appetitive and gastric issues should use elaichi or cardamom to alleviate these problems. It acts as a good tonic for our digestive tract, boosting our appetite by triggering the flow of digestive juices and relieving our body of the problems.
You can include cardamom in your diet by adding cardamom pods or ground cardamom in your tea.
According to Ayurveda, alfalfa is used for cleansing our system and boosting our appetite. Just a tablespoon of alfalfa is enough to cure the problem of loss of appetite. However, one should refrain from using it for a long duration.
Boil water. Add alfalfa leaves to it and let it soak in for 15-20 minutes. Use this tea to alleviate gastrointestinal issues.