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UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN) Sign, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and its Ayurvedic Treatment

Pain in the belly can come from conditions affecting a variety of organs.


  • Indigestion
  • Flatulence
  • Infection
  • Worms
  • Excess food intake
  • Inflammation of organs such as gall bladder, pancreas, appendix, etc.


Abdominal pain can be acute and sudden in onset, or the pain can be chronic and longstanding.

Abdominal pain may be minor and of no great significance, or it can reflect a major problem involving one of the organs in the abdomen.


  • USG
  • CT scan
  • Barium meal X-ray
  • endoscopy
  • Barium enema X-ray
  • Plane X-ray


Principles Treatment of UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN)

  • Vamana, langhana, sveda, pachana, phala varti, kshara, churna, gudika are beneficial for relieving shula (Su. Ci. 42/145; B.R.30/1)
  • Vatanulomana, vataghna, dipana, pachana drugs are useful in shula roga

Principles Treatment of Vataja UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN)

  • Sneha and sveda are best for relieving vataja shula (B.R.).
  • snigdha, ushna, dipana, pachana, vatanulomana, lavana and kshara dravya are useful.
  • ushna lepa-avagaha-upanaha are beneficial.
  • Avapeedaka Sneha Dadima Ghrita, Indukanta Ghrita, Sukumara Ghrita.

Principles Treatment of Pittaja UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN)

  • Vamana with patola and nimba patra rasa after giving sheeta jala/milk/ ikshu rasa up to full stomach (B.R.).
  • Virechana after ghritapana.
  • Shita avagaha, shita lepa.
  • Guda, shali, kshira and yava are pathya.
  • Avapeedaka Sneha- Dadima Ghrita, Mahatiktaka Ghrita.

Principles Treatment of Kaphaja UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN)

  • Vamana, langhana, shirovireka, madhu, sidhu, godhuma, yava, arista, ruksha-katu annapana are beneficial (B.R.). J202
  • Avapeedaka Sneha- Sukumara Ghrita, Dhanvantaram Ghrita.

Principles Treatment of Ama Shula

  • Kaphaja shula samana.
  • Intake of amanashaka aushadha and annapana and dipana drugs are beneficial (B.R.).

Panchakarma Treatment

  • Hingu Triguna Taila 10 drops BD with milk or Sukumara Ghrita 10- 20ml BD with warm water.
  • Udara Lepa with Shadadharana Churna.
  • Sthanika Abhyanga with Hingu Triguna Taila and Svedana.
  • Basti with 200ml of Sukhoshna Hingu-Saindhava Jala 200ml-300ml added with Shatapushpadi kalka 10gm.
  • Shankha Vati-1-2 tab with warm water twice a day before meal.
  • Dhanvantaram Gulika-1-2 tab with warm water twice a day before meal.
  • Sutashekara rasa-250mg 3 times.
  • Shulavidravani vati-250mg 3 times.
  • Dhanvantari Gulika-2 tab TID.
  • Kasturyadi Gulika-1-2 tab TID.
  • Narikela lavana-500mg-1gm with pippali and ghrita.
  • Pravalapanchamrita rasa-250mg 3 times.
  • Agnitundi vati-1 TID.
  • Cap. Amlapittantaka (AAF)-1 TI
  • Tab. Garlill (Charaka)-1 TID
  • Tab. Zanduzyme (Zandu)-1 TID
  • Tab. Sooktin (Alarsin)-1-2 tab with warm water twice a day before meal
  • Syrup Himcocid (Himalaya)-1-2 tsf with warm water twice a day before meal
    Cap Carmino (millennium)-1 TID


Prescription 1:

Si noName of medicine and doseKalaAnupana
1Avipattikara churna- 3gm Pravala panchamrita-250mg Narikela Lavana-250mgSamana kala; TDNimbu panaka
2Soorashekhara Rasa -500mgPragbhakta; 3 timesWater
3Mahashankha vati or Shulavajrini vati-2 tabSamana Kala; 3 timesNimbu svarasa

Prescription 2:

Si noName of medicine and doseKalaAnupan
1Syrup Kalm-2 tsfSamana kala; TDNimbu panaka
2Tab Sooktin-1-2 tabPragbhakta; 3 timesWater
3Tab Kasturyadi Vati-1-2 tab.Pragbhakta; 3 timesWater



  • Proper dietary planning plays a crucial role in managing UDARASHOOLA (ABDOMINAL PAIN)as it is primarily caused by an improper diet.
  • It is recommended to include foods such as old rice, mung dal, rice gruel, buttermilk, lemon juice, cow’s ghee, fresh ginger, fresh garlic, black salt, and cumin seeds in your meals.
  • Opt for light meals in moderate portions and ensure that your food is consumed warm.
  • Additionally, drinking warm water or medicated water after meals aids in digestion.
  • It is advisable to maintain a minimum gap of three hours between each meal.
  • Regular exercise should also be incorporated into your routine for overall well-being.


  • Refrain from consuming heavy, cold, or excessively oily food.
  • It is advisable to avoid drinking water immediately before a meal.
  • Try to avoid taking a nap after a meal.
  • It is recommended to avoid consuming heavy meals during nighttime.
  • Do not consume anything except liquids in between meals.
  • Avoid suppressing natural urges.
  • Ensure that meals are not taken excessively early or late, and are neither too scanty nor too excessive.
  • Try to avoid negative emotions such as anxiety, worry, and anger.

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