Tri means three, Phala means fruit...
Tri means three, Phala means fruit Amalaki (Awala), Haritaki(Harda) & Vibhitaki (Behada, Bibhitaki).
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Triphala Churna uniquely cleanses and detoxifies at the deepest organic levels without depleting the bodys reserves. Triphala Churna ingredients combines Behada (Terminalia belerica Roxb), Harda (Terminalia chebula Retz, Harde) Phyllanthus emblica Linn.
Behada (Terminalia bellirica) It is used in fever, applied to eyes and is useful in store throat & bronchitis. It cleanses and detoxifies diseases of liver & gastrointestinal tract.
Harde (Haritaki, Terminalia chebula) Popularly referred as "Haritaki" in Ayurvedic text books, Haritaki is a legendary drug. It treats constipation by increasing the frequency of stools and evacuating the bowel completely.
Amla (amlakai, Awala, Phyllanthus emblica Linn) a diuretic, laxative, liver tonic, refrigerant, stomachic, restorative, alterative, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, hair tonic, toprevent peptic Ulcer & dyspepsia & digestive
Effect on Tridosha
It helps calm Kapha and Pitta
Triphala Benefits As per Charak and Sushruta Samhita
Dosage and Adjuvants
For Triphala churna dosage Half to 1 teaspoon with honey, ghee or warm water, before food. For Triphala tablet dosage 1 2 tablets once or twice a day,
Usually before food. For Triphala tablets 1 2 capsule once or twice a day, usually before food.
For Taste improvement or to treat oral ulcers, then it please take it in churna (powder) form. For any other purpose, it can be taken in tablet or capsule form.
Triphala Side Effects
However, with certain reports available on Net following are the side effects.
Burning sensation in the body. (patient was having sensitive stomach).
Triphala capsule Increased dryness Lack of sleep.
It is used as a daily tonic by many, due to its rich anti oxidant activity.
People with diabetes need to consult doctor, if they are taking Triphala Choorna (churna).
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