“I have stabbing pain in my stomach.” “When I am hungry, it is unbearable.” “After a meal I often feel nauseous.”
This or a similar experience is what people report with regard to their excruciating condition when suffering from an inflamed stomach lining.
Typical symptoms are a feeling of pressure in the stomach area as well as pain. This improves at first after eating, but then returns with its former severity. Those affected often don’t have an appetite or suffer from long lasting nausea or vomiting.
It doesn’t matter whether the inflammatory illness of the stomach lining is caused by permanent stress, bacterial colonization of the helicobacter pylori through intake of a specific medicine, or as a result of an autoimmune reaction in which the immune system attacks the stomach lining.
What is the Vedic medicine point of view on gastritis?