Triphala is an Ayurvedic Herbal preparation, a mixture of “Three fruits”. Amla (Indian Gooseberry) [Amalaki – Phyllanthus Emblica] , Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica). As these three fruits are mixed with equal quantities, this is very powerful.
It is used in the Ayurvedic system for the prevention of various ailments. It’s very popular for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.
It is the best natural laxative. It eliminates toxins from Liver and keeps it healthy. It cures certain neurological problems. It is useful in treating asthma. Improves digestion. It balances Tri-doshas (vaata, pittha, kapha doshas) and regulates the immune system.
It is available as Powder (Churnam), Tablets and liquid form also. It can be taken by mixing in warm water, as a Decoction or with honey. The dosage as prescribed by a qualified doctor.
Benefits of Triphala
- Improves digestion
- Improves Liver function by removing toxins that cause Liver damage.
- In cases of Diarrhoea, indigestion – Triphala Decoction is very useful
- It is very good for eyes, skin and heart ailments.
- It also helps in hair growth and prevents grey hair and dandruff.
- Improves Memory power.
- Increases Red Blood Corpuscles
- Strengthens the immune system.
- Reduces acidity.
- Increases appetite.
- Protects from Stomach and Urinary tract infections.
- Increases fertility.
- Prevents respiratory problems and controls if existed already.
- Keeps the liver very healthy.
- Eliminates toxins in the body.
- Keeping large intestine clean and protects against infections.
- Cleanses the blood.
- Prevents overweight.
- Stopping the bacteria in the body from growing.
- Also prevents cancer.
- Keeps blood pressure under control.
- Controls the allergy.
- Controls cholesterol levels
- Triphala has the power to prevent infections.
Triphala has been used in the treatment of many ailments for more than 1000 years.
Consult your Ayurvedic practitioner and get the maximum benefits of this wonderful formulation TRIPHALA.
Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah