TRIPHALA is a balancing formula for Detoxification and Rejuvenation.
TRIPHALA has been used in traditional AYURVEDIC MEDICINE since ancient times.⠀
TRIPHALA is a combination of three Ayurvedic Fruits native to the Indian subcontinent: AMALAKI (Emblica officinalis), BIBHITAKI, (Terminalia belerica) and HARITAKI (Terminalia chebula). ⠀Also known as “Triphala Churna (powder),” it is one of the most popular formulas in Ayurveda and has many health benefits for all three of Ayurveda’s dosha constitutions – VATA, PITTA & KAPHA. To know your Dosha isn’t a prerequisite but knowing that Triphala has the ability to benefit all body types. ⠀
AMALAKI, BIBITAKI & HARITAKI can be found in our Ayurvedic Seasoning Mix range. The benefits of each of the 3 fruits are below -⠀
AMALAKI: Has a cooling effect that manages pitta, supporting the natural functions of the liver and the immune system.⠀
BIBHITAKI: Is particularly good for kapha, supporting the respiratory system as well as kapha accumulations in all systems.⠀
HARITAKI: Though having a heating nature, it is still good for all three doshas (vata, pitta, and kapha). Is known for its “scraping” effect, which removes toxins and helps maintain healthy levels of weight.⠀
Since Triphala supports healthy elimination, it is not uncommon to experience looser motions than usual. All of these reactions can be byproducts of cleansing. If your cleansing experience becomes too intense, you can stop taking triphala until the symptoms subside and restart using less, or simply reduce the amount you are ingesting. ⠀
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Herbs and Spices have been used for thousands of years. They each have their own benefit in supporting the body. Little do we know in the present day the amazing qualities they possess.⠀⠀⠀
The Spice Trading Company does not claim to prevent, diagnose, cure or alleviate a disease, disorder or condition. We are simply advising the benefits of herbs and spices and do not claim them to be therapeutic in nature.