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Diarrhoea is defined as passage of loose, watery stools with increased frequency. When it is associated with vomiting with or without fever it is called gastroenteritis.


  • Diarrhoea is common in all age­groups but children are more vulnerable. It is more common in poorly nourished children living in poor sanitary conditions. Most cases of diarrhoea are due to infection in the alimentary canal by viri, bacteria, parasites and fungi. Milk allergy and allergy to certain food substances can also give rise to diarrhoea. Certain medicines like antibiotics pain-killers and medicines for cancer can give rise to diarrhoea. Excessive, indigestible food substances and emotional factors can also give rise to diarrhoea.

Herbal Medicines
  1. The decoction of Dashmool taken in the quantity of 20ml mixed with 2.5gms powder of sonth taken twice daily gives immediate relief.
  2. The powder of Harar and Pipal taken in equal parts with warm water proves effective.
  3. Bel ki Giri powder 2.5gms to 5gms taken twice or thrice a day is very useful in controlling diarrhoea.
  4. The milk of goat boiled with equal quantity of water taken 20-50ml in divided doses gives relief in diarrhoea.

Ayurvedic Remedies

  1. Kutaj Ghan Vati is very useful in diarrhoea. It should be taken 1 tab three times a day.
  2. Antidirol Forte (Bharat Ayurvedic Pharmacy) taken 1 tab three times a day controls diarrhoea in a single day.
  3. Tab. Aurbimap (Maharishi Ayurved) is a very useful drug for viral and bacterial diarrhoea. The doses are 1 tab. 3 times a day.
  4. Sanjivini Vati is also commonly used by Ayurvedic Physicians. It controls indigestion, flatulence and diarrhoea. The doses are 1 pill 2-3 times a day.
  5. Kutajarishta 15ml mixed with equal quantity of water taken 2 times a day after meals.
Do's & Don'ts
  1. Any type of massages should be avoided.
  2. Avoid greasy, spicy food and also overeating.
  3. Any type of exercise should not be done.
  4. Take light and appetising diet i.e., rice, ginger, sonth, anar, jamum etc.
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