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Burping or Belching (in Hindi DAKAR)

I am 62 yrs old very active and working.I do have problem of acidity as well as belching. I get up at 0445 hrs ,drink Two glass of water, finish my morning call, get ready to go for walk.Before leaving for walk,I take one tsp of Triphola with glass of water.During the start of my 40 Minuts walk,I take out lot of air with noise (Burps)and honestly I feel good after that. I do smoke 3 - 4 Cigerattes a day and have Two 30ml drink.Have my Dinner at 2100 hrs ,have a glass of Milk and go to sleep by 2200 hrs.
Tell me how to get rid of Burping please.
  shaktikroy on 2007-08-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Triphula for too long creates damage to entestinal walls.

Replace Triphula with Isab Gol.

Take chilled milk instead of hot milk.

Bed time take - Nux Vom 30. 4 pills at a time.

Let us see what happend after a week.
Rajendra last decade

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thanks for advise to Dr Rajendra and Dr Mahfooz . I will start acting on advise from toady only and revert back after a week. Regards to you both. Roy
shaktikroy last decade
As an aside, do you know of any side effects - long or short term - for Ashwagandha? Thanks
thekind78 last decade
please let us know for what purpose you are taking Ashwagandha and how long and in what potency?

dr. mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Not serious side effect but
Pl. visit the site below and you will get answer to your question :-

Rajendra last decade
Thanks for your reply. I was taking Ashwagandha merely for tonic purposes - it is supposed to enhance energy and immune system functions. Just wanted to make sure that it has no long term side effects. Thanks for your help.
thekind78 last decade

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