Scientific Jamu for a Smooth & Gastritis-free Ramadhan Fasting

"Irregular eating habits and an empty stomach are two enemies of gastritis sufferers. Those conditions often lead to recurring gastritis during fasting month. Then how to prevent them? An alternative of the solutions is by consuming the following gastritis jamu!"

Published by : administrator  -  02/06/2020 13:10 WIB

2 Minutes read.

Having a gastritis is a particular concern during Ramadhan fasting. Because, for approximately 13 hours (around tropical areas) the stomach will not get food. According to nutritionists, fasting is the same as a diet lambung (gastritis diet). The principle of the gastric diet is that patients are encouraged to eat regularly, consume foods with enough calories, protein, and reduce saturated fat. In addition, sufferers are not allowed to eat foods that trigger acidic gas, as well as spicy and hot foods.


You can deal gastritis by consuming scientific jamu for gastritis from B2P2TOOT (Balai Besar Penelitian dan Pengembangan Tanaman Obat dan Obat Tradisional, Research and Development Center for Medicinal Plants and Traditional Medicines). This jamu that is specially formulated for gastritis and has been clinically tested, and therefore it is safe for consumption.

Then how do you make it? Here’s the recipe.


  • 15 g ginger
  • 15 g sembung/sambong (Blumea balsamifera)
  • 2 g black cumin
  • 15 g Turmeric
  • 1500 cc water

How to make

  1. Boil in a stainless container.
  2. Put in all the ingredients. Wait up to 15 minutes.
  3. Cool to room temperature.
  4. Strain into a glass.
  5. Drink 3 times a day.

In order to avoid gastritis during fasting, make sure you are sahur (having meal to start the fasting) and break your fast in an orderly manner. You can also check at the process of making gastritis jamu on the Jamupedia TV YouTube channel.


Balai Besar Penelitian dan Pengembangan Tanaman Obat dan Obat Tradisional (B2P2TOOT)


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