GERD or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease occurs when gastric acid from the stomach goes up into
the esophagus, often causing inflammation of the esophagus -esophagitis. Reflux refers to the upward or reverse
movement from the stomach upwards to the esophagus. The more acid production in stomach causes heartburn
and chronic heartburn leads to Gastroesophagal reflux disease (GERD)
Liver plays an important role in digesting, metabolizing and manufacturing essential compounds.
It scans and identifies toxins in the plasma and stores them so they don't enter the blood. This maintains
the purity of the blood by keeping impurities, known in Ayurveda as ama, from mixing with it.
The liver also produces bile