This product has its roots in Ayurveda-ancient herbal healthcare system of India . According to Ayurveda the balance of 3 energies- Vata, Pitta and Kapha in the body is a disease free state and their imbalance cause diseases. Irregular life style and wrong dietary habits leads to vitiation of "Vata" and "Pitta" which causes chronic constipation and acidity according to Ayurveda. Triphala alleviates both Vata and Pitta, thus relieves constipation naturally.
Herbs in Triphala: Triphala literally means 'Three Fruits'. It is purely a herbal formulation without any chemicals added into it. The ingredients are frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine since 5,000 B.C. without any side effects.
|Sr. No.||Herb Used||Latin Name||Part Used||Quantity|
|1||Haritaki||Terminalia chebula||Fruit||200 mg|
|2||Bhibhitaki||Terminalia bellerica||Fruit||200 mg|
|3||Amalaki||Emblica officinalis||Fruit||200 mg|
Triphala capsules contain only natural herbs, even the outer capsule shell is made up from plant pulp and purely vegetarian. The dosage of Triphala for cleansing is 2 capsules twice daily ( 2 bottles a month) . In case of constipation, 2 capsules twice to thrice daily can be given.
Triphala capsules are not habit forming, they do not cause gripping or loose stools. They remove the toxins gently from the entire system. Triphala helps to reduce even the internal toxins like high uric acid, high cholesterol and other metabolites.
Triphala is an amazing contribution of Ayurveda, the ancient study of natural medications. Triphala is a preparation that is essentially formulated with three myrobalans, known as Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki. These three myrobalans refer emblic myrobalans (Emblica officinalis), belliric myrobalans (Terminalia bellirica) and chebulic myrobalans (Terminalia chebula) respectively.
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula): Commonly called 'Chebulic myrobalan' is a very useful herb for digestive system. People in India use this herb for constipation. Every other formulation for constipation contains Haritaki. The reason is it so effective and so mild on the stomach. It does not cause purgation and also strengthens the intestines. It also improves functioning of digestive system clears the blockage of channels in the digestive system.
Amalaki (Emblica officinalis): Amalaki is known as the richest source of 'Vitamin C' and is used in Ayurveda as a 'Rasayana therapy' (Rejuvenative therapy). It is also a rich source of Calcium. It works best with other two myrobalans i.e. Haritaki and Bhibhitaki. It gives nutrition to the whole body and eliminates the toxins from within the body.
Bhibhitaki (The Myrobalans): . This combination of three fruits namely 'Harad (Chebulic myrobalan), 'Amla' (Indian Gooseberry) and 'Bahera (Belleric myrobalan) is useful in removing fats from the body. It corrects the liver metabolism in the liver and helps the body in removing fat deposits.