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Updated: Nov 7, 2023


Flatulence is the state of having excessive stomach or intestinal gas which results in uncomfortable feelings of bloating or passing of gas from the rectum. Most people pass gas many times a day. Flatulence is not life-threatening, but can definitely cause social embarrassment. Gas or flatus has five odorless components, namely nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, methane and oxygen. Flatulence or excess gas in the digestive tract can come from increased intake of air swallowed. But mostly increased production of gas is due to certain undigested foods broken down by harmless bacteria inside the colon. Carbohydrates can cause more gas as compared to fats and proteins. Lactase deficiency is another source of flatulence which results in a decreased ability to digest lactose. Lactose is a natural sugar found in milk and other dairy products such as cheese and ice cream etc.

Flatulence can also occur from gas seeping into the intestine from blood. It is reported that intestine produces 500 to 2,000 mls. of gas which is passed out of the anus at regular intervals. In other words, flatulence is the act of passing intestinal gas from the anus. Some other common causes of the flatulence are normal physical needs, habitual air swallowing, old colic, gallbladder disease, colon cancer, diverticulosis, peptic ulcer, gallstones and food allergies.

Most cases of excessive flatulence are not serious and can be treated using simple methods. The symptoms of flatulence are usually considered troublesome if there are frequent episodes of flatulence and an excessive amount of gas passed during an episode of flatulence. Foul-smelling gas needs urgent medical attention.

The most common way to reduce the discomfort of flatulence is change in diet, use of medicines and reducing the amount of air swallowed. It has been regularly observed that flatulence is most often related to diet and a person should try to remove problem-causing foods from the diet. Lifestyle changes may also be necessary if the problem persists and it may require further medical treatment.

Preventions are very important for the treatment of flatulence. Tobacco must be avoided as it results in various disorders related to digestive system. Tobacco is also very harmful for digestive system. If a person need to release gas, he or she should not hesitate to do so. Sweetened foods must be avoided. Indigestion is most common cause for flatulence. So regular exercise is recommended as it improves the digestion and it also helps in the removal of gas fastly through the system.

Ayurveda has provided many herbal formulations that contain a blend of natural herbs for effective relief of intestinal gas due to flatulence. Passing intestinal gas is a normal function of the body. It can be painful, uncomfortable and embarrassing. Gas is not a sign of any illness, but it results from the type of food eaten. The herbal treatment is formulated with specific gas-reducing herbs that can help ease the discomfort and embarrassment of excess flatulence.

Our herbal remedies for flatulence is a natural excessive stomach gas remedy that improves digestion and cures excessive intestinal gas naturally. These herbal remedies are strong and a perfect combination of powerful and time-tested herbs. In addition to curing a number of digestion disorders like flatulence, intestinal gas, belching and bloating; this flatulence herbal treatment is also capable of strengthening the digestive system. The balanced combination of herbs and natural ingredients in our herbal remedies, make this product an effective flatulence herbal treatment and prevent excessive formation of gas. Infact, these herbs maintain healthy digestion and support normal amount of gas in the digestive system.


Gas and flatulence, herbal cure gas flatulence, gas cure herbs. No one under the sun is exempted from flatulence. Every person at some time or another gets gases and disturbances in the colon.We are all vulnerable to this condition for several reasons. First, the colon is the main seat of vata dosha, the dosha that is derived from ether and air. If vata increases in the colon, due to eating vata-aggravating foods, cold weather, anxiety, insomnia, and other factors, gases may build up. Also, whenever we eat anything, we swallow a small amount of air, which increases vata. And any food we eat undergoes slight fermentation, which produces gases. These gases, in the segmented colon, create flatulence, distension, and discomfort.



Agnitundi Vati is purely an herbal formulation containing spices, condiments, herbs, salts etc. The ingredients of Agnitundi are also used separately for abdominal colics, diseases cause by imbalance of Air element (Vata Element) in body. Usually vata imbalance causes abdominal colics, nervousness, constipation, dryness, indigestion, gas formation. Agnitundi vati is useful in all these conditions.​


Here is the list of Agnitundi vati ingredients. As written above, Agnitundi vati is a mixture of herbs, spices and salts.

Each 250 mg tablet of Agnitundi Vati contains -

  • Haritaki(Terminalia chebula)

  • Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)

  • Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)

  • Marich (Piper nigrum)

  • Pippali (Piper longum)

  • Shunthi (Zingiber officinale)

  • Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)

  • Ajmoda (Trachyspermum ammi)

  • Jeerak (Cuminum cyminum)

  • Vidang (Embelia ribes)

  • Kuchala (Strychnus nux-vomica-purified)

  • Vatsanabh (Aconitum ferox purified),

  • Sarjakshar (Carbonate of sodii),

  • Yavakshar (Salt derived from Hordeum vulgare)

  • Lavan (Sea salt),

  • Saindhav (Rock salt),

  • Sauvarchal (Black salt).


  • Piper longum - Long Pepper ( Roots)

  • Plumbago zeylanica - Chitrak

  • Bailospermum montanum - Danti

  • Mercury ( Purified )

  • Piper longum - ( Fruits)

  • Sodium Carbonate - Sarjikskshar

  • Potassium carbonate - Yakkshaar

  • Sodium Biborate ( purified) - Shudh Tankan

All in equal parts


Indigestion, Abdominal pain due to gas and irregular food habits, Acidity, Duodenal Ulcers


It is a blend of most popular Ayurvedic herbs Haritaki, Bhibhitaki and Amalaki. These are also known as "The Myrobalans". The herbs in combination are useful in multiple problems as they remove the accumulated toxins within the body, making it best herbal remedy for constipation and an effective colon cleanse formula. This formula is particularly effective in treating constipation and is non habit forming. These herbs are multipurpose and are useful in vision problems, high cholesterol, migraine, acidity, general weakness and obesity. This is an effective colon cleanse made up of purely natural herbs without any chemicals. Herbs in Vara Churna: Vara Churna is purely an herbal formulation without any chemicals added into it. The ingredients are frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine since 5,000 B.C. without any side effects.Vara Churna- Triphala powder - An effective natural colon cleanse​

  • Haritaki (Terminalia chebula): Commonly called 'Chebulic myrobalan' is a very useful herb for digestive system. People in India use this herb for constipation. Every other formulation for constipation contains Haritaki. The reason is it so effective and so mild on the stomach. It does not cause purgation and also strengthens the intestines. It also improves functioning of digestive system clears the blockage of channels in the digestive system.

  • Amalaki (Emblica officinalis): Amalaki is known as the richest source of 'Vitamin C' and is used in Ayurveda as a 'Rasayana therapy' (Rejuvenative therapy). It is also a rich source of Calcium. It works best with other two myrobalans i.e. Haritaki and Bhibhitaki.It gives nutrition to the whole body and eliminates the toxins from within the body.

  • Bhibhitaki (The Myrobalans): This combination of three fruits namely 'Harad (Chebulic myrobalan), 'Amla' (Indian Gooseberry) and 'Bahera (Belleric myrobalan) is useful in removing fats from the body. It corrects the liver metabolism in the liver and helps the body in removing fat deposits.

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