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Mangwal Ketan*, Tiwari R. C., Dixit Manisha, Kumar Singh Anoop and Sharma Vedbhushan


The definition of health in ayurveda goes like “Samdosha samagnishcha, samdhatu malakriyah prasannatmendriya manah sawasthabhidheyte” –Susurut. A person is assumed to be healthy only if there is a perfect balance in his doshas, agni, dhatu and mala. 13 types of agni in human body has been described by Acharyas. Out of which Jatharagni is the biological fire inside the body that is responsible for digestion process. Indigestion is an uncomfortable feeling of fullness, pain or burning in abdomen. Signs of indigestion may include belching, heartburn, bloating and nausea. In today’s era different factors are responsible for causing indigestion, such as disturbed lifestyle, stress, anxiety, consuming leftovers, frozen foods, excessive use of caffeine, smoking, alcohol, either dry or deep fried foods very often, Untimely eating habits, large amount of drinking water immediately after food and some medications often are making it worse. In Ayurveda a word Ajirna has been used to denote indigestion. The better way to get rid of indigestion is the betterment of lifestyle by planning a well diet chart with good eating habits and some regular yoga and exercises. In this article we will discuss about different types of Ajirna and there prevention and treatment.

Keywords: Agni, Jatharagni, Doshas, Dhatu, Mala, Susurut, Ayurveda, Ajirna.

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