Gas-o-fast is an antacid that comes in a sachet. Gas-O-Fast infused with the wellness of Ayurveda, travels directly to the source of acidity and gas, neutralizes the acid on contact, giving you instant relief.
All Gas-O-Fast flavours are inspired by age-old herbal remedies. Gas-O-Fast active range is available in natural flavours like Jeera, Ajwain, Pudina and Saunf. Other fruity flavours include Lemon, Guava, and Orange, which work instantly to provide relief from gas and acidity.
Belching occurs when you swallow extra air while eating or drinking. You can avoid belching by eating slowly, avoiding carbonated drinks, smoking and chewing-gums. Acidity and gas also cause belching; hence, it is important to get rid of acidity and gas immediately.
To reduce the effect of acidity/prevent acidity (Otherwise there is no actual benefit of consuming gas-o-fast) you can have a glass of cold milk or buttermilk or have a spoon full of jeera/saunf/mint/ginger powder with a warm glass of water for instant relief.
Daily acidity is very harmful, it is a clear indication that something is wrong with your lifestyle or digestive system. To get rid of it, you must lose weight, stop smoking or drinking and eat timely. If the problem persists, you should consult a doctor immediately.
Acidity occurs half an hour or one hour after consuming a meal, it doesn’t matter if it is day or night. Heartburn is felt more when you lie down after having food. Since most people lie down after dinner, acidity usually occurs at night.
Acid is naturally present in our stomach which prevents the germs and bacteria to enter our system along with food. It is secreted by gastric glands present in the stomach and breaks down the food we consume. When acid is secreted more than normal level/range then it is called acidity/hyperacidity
Heartburn is a condition when you feel an irritation in the oesophagus (tube connecting our throat and stomach) It’s mainly caused by the stomach acid. Heartburn is indicated by a burning sensation in the upper belly or below the breastbone.
Gas can enter our digestive tract when we swallow air or when bacteria in the large intestine break down undigested foods. It occurs due to the consumption of spicy food and not eating in regular intervals.Chronic gas can be a symptom of other digestive conditions like irritable bowel syndrome or lactose intolerance.