Triphala is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal formulation consisting of three fruits: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica) and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula).
The most powerful benefits of Triphala include improving digestion, reducing signs of aging, detoxifying the body, aiding weight loss, strengthening the immune system, managing diabetic symptoms, and optimizing nutrient uptake efficiency.
In terms of herbal remedies, Triphala is an incredibly complex treatment approach that addresses dozens of different health concerns, thanks to its anti-inflammatory, detoxifying, antioxidant, soothing and antiseptic qualities.
Triphala, also known as Triphala churna, is an age-old Ayurvedic herbal powder which helps cleanse the colon, smoothen the digestive system, and boost overall health. Triphala is a Sanskrit word that means “three fruits”. This is appropriate, given that this herbal powder is a blend of three different dried fruits – Indian gooseberry or amla, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki. The three dried fruits are ground and mixed together, usually in equal parts. This what makes the powder potent in antioxidants because these three fruits have long played an important part in Ayurvedic medicine.
Triphala is very popular in India and other parts of Asia, and its efficacy has resulted in its widespread to the rest of the world. The powder is readily available across Asia and is ideal for making tea or even sprinkling on certain savory dishes for a nutritious boost. With a broad range of antioxidants and organic compounds, including gallic acid, chebulagic acid, and chebulinic acid, this herbal mixture provides a wide range of positive health effects for those who regularly use it.
Lowers Cholesterol, Helps Diabetes Management, Detoxifies the Body, Improves Digestion, Aids In Weight Loss, Enhances Nutrient Intake, Improves Vision Health
1/2 of a teaspoon of powder to be mixed in one cup of hot water and steeped for 5-8 minutes or sprinkled on savory dishes.
|Botanical Names||Emblica officinalis, Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula|
|Other Names||Indian Gooseberry, Amla, Aonla, Amloki, Nelli, Malacca tree, Dhatri, Beleric Myrobalan, Black Myrobalan, Chebulic Myroblan,|
|Organic Status||Australian Certified Organic before repackaging|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Packaging:||Home compostable, reusable zip lock pouch|
|Precautions||Potential side effects that must be considered: gastrointestinal distress, dehydration, allergic reactions, insomnia, drug interactions (sedation, blood thinning and antidepressants), weight loss, and diabetic issues. Please consult a health professional.|
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