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   Organic Triphala

Product Type - Triphala
Botanical Name - Phyllanthus emblica
Family Name - Phyllanthaceae


Triphala (which, in Hindi/Sanskrit, means literally "three fruits") is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine and is said to balance the three constitutional elements of human life: the nervous system, the metabolic processes, and the body’s structural integrity. Formulated by Ayurvedic Practitioners thousands of years ago, it is considered the most effective and safest laxative. It is the three constituents of Triphala that make it such an effective herbal remedy. Amalaki is a great rejuvenator and a strong natural anti-oxidant. and is also known to help boost the immune system. Reportedly having 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange, it is the highest known natural source of vitamin C. Haritaki, the Tibetan "king of medicine", is a classic heart-brain-longevity tonic, and is believed to be what is in the extended palm of Buddha. Bibhitaki is a rejuvenative believed to reduce liver and heart disease as well as to improve the voice, vision and promote hair growth. When combined to make triphala, these constituents cleanse and detoxify without depleting the body's reserves. Because of its ability to combine nutritional, blood and liver detoxifying actions, it is one of the most valuable herbal preparations in the world.



Triphala is the combination of three Herbs-Amla Or Amalaki, Harada or Haritaki and Bahera or Bibhitaki. In Aurveda Triphla is considered as the most prominent medicine. Triphla contains bioflavonoids, high vitamin C content and the linoleic oil and phospholipids so it is consider an effective medicine. In Triphla, harada has capacity to balance all kind of dosha and it is a rasayana for eyes and good for the digestive system. Amla is another rasayana in Triphla that is the richest source of Vitamin C, and it contains other absorbable minerals that nourish the skin, the blood and the whole body. Because of its high content of Vitamin C Amla is a powerful antioxidant. The third herb in Triphla is Bahera is used to balance both Pitta and Kapha. Today Triphala is globally acclaimed due to its well-known results.


   Benefits Of Triphala

  Triphala has anti-inflammatory properties.
  Triphala regulates the functioning of the cardiovascular system and the liver.
  Triphala has excellent effect on the digestive system. It has laxative properties.
  Triphala can reduce the cholesterol that is accumulated in the blood.
  Triphala controls the performance of the cardio vascular system and the liver.
 Triphala fastens the curative process, because it has collagen, and significant cementing     material necessary in the process of blood clotting.
  Triphla is considered as an expectorant and has anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-cancer, anti-     allergic properties.
  Triphala is given to treat eye problems such as fatigue, redness and soreness of the eyes. It is     also used as eyewash in these cases.
  It provides a healthy glow to the skin by cleaning the body system.
  Triphla is beneficial in the process of reducing the serum and lipid levels in the body.

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