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Triphala

Triphala – A Non-Laxative Ayurvedic Herbal Formulation

Triphala has been used as a healing remedy for more than 1,000 years. Basically, it is a well-recognised and highly effective Ayurveda medicine consisting of three medicinal plants- Emblica officinalis (Amla), Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), and Terminalia belerica (Bibhitaki). 

Amla – Commonly known as Indian gooseberry, this edible fruit is highly nutritious and a great source of Vitamin C, amino acids, and minerals. It may be effective in treating symptoms like constipation and support the natural functions of the liver and immune system.

Haritaki – Also stated as the ‘King of medicines’, this medicinal tree contains phytochemicals and has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It is used in Ayurveda medicines for heart disease, asthma, constipation, and ulcers.

Bibhitaki– Commonly used to treat bacterial and viral infections, Haritaki contains several powerful plant compounds and has anti-inflammatory properties, so it may help in treating diabetes and blood sugar regulation.

Triphala is a balancing formula for detoxification and rejuvenation that may protect cells from the negative effects of free radicals. The plants in Triphala are a significant source of antioxidants, thus they may assist to work for various health conditions.

 

How Triphala helps?

Triphala can be used as a powerful Ayurveda medicine for common ailments and also work effectively in preventing chronic disease.

Used for several protective functions

The number of antioxidants enables Triphala to carry out protective functions in the body. It contains compounds such as Vitamin C, flavonoids, tannins, and various potent plant compounds, making it highly capable to fight oxidative stress and contribute to inhibiting chronic disease.  In animal studies, it has been found that Triphala plays an effective part in reducing inflammation and harm caused by arthritis.

Used for protecting against dental problems

The antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties of Triphala may help in preventing plaque formation, which may further cause cavities and gum inflammation. Using Triphala is a great way to reduce bacterial growth in the mouth.

Used for losing weight

Triphala can be your best remedy for fat loss, especially around your belly. Triphala powder helps in proper digestion and elimination, thus maintaining optimal body weight. It also supports healthy eating habits and cravings by improving the natural tastes and makes your body feel properly nourished and balanced.

Used for digestive issues

Triphala has been a natural remedy for digestive problems. In some studies, it has been proved that Triphala products can help significantly in improving the symptoms of constipation and gastrointestinal disorders. It works by reducing intestinal inflammation and also repairs intestinal damage.

 

How to consume Triphala?

Triphala is available in various forms of powders & capsules. The powdered form of Triphala is to be mixed with warm water and consumed as tea on an empty stomach. It may be a little bitter in taste, so you can add some honey without diminishing its effects. While Triphala capsules are consumed as per the package directions. (Capsules are preferred if you do not like the taste of Triphala powder).

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