Embilica officinalis, commonly known as amla. It is also called Indian gooseberry.
Terminalia bellirica, commonly referred to as Bahera
Terminalia chebula, is a nut-like fruit that is picked when it is still yellow and ripening. It is commonly known as Harar.
These three fruits are dried properly, and mixed in the right proportions and sold as ‘triphala’.
Triphala is a time-tested formulation used for the treatment of constipation.
This herbal colon cleanser is very effective.
Triphala reduces fat deposit in the intestines & eliminates intestinal toxins & gas.
It improves digestion system, provides nutritional assimilation and helps to regulate metabolism.
Triphala is rich source of Natural Vitamin C.
This health supplement is also advised for rejuvenation, improves vision, good for people of all ages.
Triphala best treatment for Constipation, Gas, Indigestion, Poor digestion, Low immune states, common colds, eye disorders.
For Weight Loss Mix one tablespoon of Triphala Powder with warm water. Mix it well and consume it three times a day. If you don’t like the taste you can add half a teaspoon of honey in water.
For Indigestion Mix one teaspoon of Triphala powder in a glass of lukewarm water. Mix it well. Consume it after your food until you get good results.
For Better Immunity Mix one tablespoon of Triphala powder in a glass of warm water. Drink this mixture thrice a week for better immunity.
Skin For glowing skin mix 1 teaspoon of Triphala powder in a glass of milk and drink it before going to bed. For skin rash or sunburn make a paste of Triphala powder using honey and rose water. Apply it to the affected area.
For Joint Issues Mix half a tablespoon of Triphala powder in a glass of water and drink it before going to bed
Removes Dandruff Mix 2 tablespoons of Triphala powder in 4-5 tablespoons of curd. Massage the paste gently on your scalp and leave it for good 30 minutes and wash it off.
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Triphala Potential Side Effects
Triphala is an Ayurvedic medicine and it’s important to be aware of its possible side effects to avoid health complications.
Not Safe For Use During Pregnancy: Ayurvedic physicians refrain from prescribing this medicine to pregnant women. It is also proved to show toxic effects on the baby and can also induce miscarriage.
Diarrhea: Triphala being powerful cleansing agent is beneficial for people who suffer from chronic constipation but at the same time, it can have a deeper effect on people, especially if they have a sensitive intestinal lining.
Disrupted Sleep And Insomnia: This happens at the initial stage of consuming this mixture and the condition will slowly go away once the body gets used to the medicine.
Increase Blood Sugar Level: There are studies which show that the Indian Gooseberry which is present in this mixture can cause the elevation of blood sugar level.
Unwanted Weight Loss: Triphala’s colon cleansing effect eliminates the toxins present in the body which causes loss of excessive fat.
Allergic Reactions: It can cause allergic reactions in the body if one is allergic to one or more of the ingredients of the triphala mixture.
The information is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.