Organic triphala powder-emblica officinalis
Emblica Officinalis is better known as Indian Gooseberry or Amla. It is widely used for its medicinal benefits all around the world. Triphala is an herbal remedy that is made from three different dried fruits. Triphala is a Sanskrit word that means “three Fruits .”The three fruits which are used to make Triphala are-
- Emblica Officinalis also commonly known as Amla
- Terminalia bellirica, also known as Bibhitki
- Terminalia chebula, also known as Haritaki
This type of medicine has been popular for a long time and is used in Ayurvedic medicine. This powder is used to treat a lot of various health problems and is helpful in the prevention of chronic diseases. All three fruit have their benefits and properties. Amla is rich in multiple essential vitamins like Vitamin C and has powerful antioxidants like phenols, tannins, and curcuminoids. Bibhtaki provides anti-inflammatory effects and is also rich in different antioxidants such as flavons, ellagic acid, tannins, etc. Haritaki is rich in several minerals and vitamins such as vitamin C, copper, iron, magnesium, and potassium.
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Description of Triphala-
- It contains a lot of antioxidants from different fruits, which provide protective functions for the body. This can help the risk of heart disease, premature aging, diabetes, cancer, etc.
- Triphala is rich in antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties and thus helps in the prevention of the formation of plaque in the mouth and keeps the gums and teeth healthy.
- Triphala is well known for its property to reduce fat, especially around the belly area.
- It helps as a natural laxative. It can help reduce the symptoms of constipation and other digestive issues.
What are the possible side effects of using Triphala?
Triphala may cause a few side effects in some people. For example, when used as a natural laxative, it can cause diarrhea in people. The Emblica Officinalis used to make Triphala powder can increase the risk of bleeding in many people.
How do I use Triphala Powder?
Triphala Powder is usually taken in between meals and on an empty stomach. Taking Triphala powder on an empty stomach increases the absorption of the powder. It can be taken with water and honey, although many people take it with ghee or butter.
What fruits are used to make Triphala?
Triphala powder is made by using three different fruits. These are Emblica Officinalis, also known as Amla, Terminalia bellirica, also known as Bibhitki, and Terminalia chebula, also known as Haritaki.
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