Triphala is recommended and used more than any other Ayurvedic herbal formulation. Popular for its unique ability to gently cleanse and detoxify the system while simultaneously replenishing and nourishing it, this traditional formula supports the proper functions of the digestive, circulatory, respiratory and genitourinary systems.
Translated as “three fruits”, it is composed of the dried fruits of amalaki, bibhitaki and haritaki. Containing five of the six tastes (all but salty), Triphala readily removes excess vata, pitta and kapha from the body, bringing balance and proper functioning to the system. It is commonly taken as a daily supplement to help maintain balance of the doshas.
Trifla, the three fruits, a combination of one part each of Haritaki, Bibhitaki and Amalaki is the most popular combination from Ayurveda. Charaka Samhita includes it in Laxatives / Virechanopag Mahakashaya, Anti pyretics / Jwarhar Mahakashaya, the best Astringents / Kashaya Skandha. This is dry, light, rough, has five tastes and lacks Saline only, sweet in Vipaka, neither hot nor cold in collective potency / Veerya, Tridosha Balancing, but especially good against Pitta Kapha, and is reputed as eye tonic / Chakshushya, digestive / Deepana, aphrodisiac / Vrishya, anti Diabetic / Pramehaghna, skin healer / Kushthaghna, and anti-obesity / Medohara.
It is believed to be Rasayana / promote health, immunity and longevity and frequently used to treat peptic ulcers and it is an antioxidant rich herbal formulation. It is used against chronic constipation, digestion problems, cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure, cholesterol, poor liver function, ulcerative colitis etc. Charaka Samhita considers Guggulu as the best Anti Vata-Kapha and Shoolahara / analgesic. Sushruta Samhita describes the use of Guggul for a wide variety of conditions such as Rheumatism, Obesity, and Atherosclerosis. Its Rasa / taste is Bitter- Pungent, Vipaka / post-digestive effect is Pungent, hot potency, thus anti Vata Kapha.
Extract and powder from: Commiphora mukul (Guggul), Piper longum (Pippali), Embelica officinalis (Amla), Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Terminalia belerica (Bibitaki).
Directions for use:
- 2 to 3 times a day 1 tablet with warm water.
- In the morning to be taken on an empty stomach.
- Do not use it immediately before or after meals.
- Two or three times a day drinking a glass of warm water supports the effects of Trifla Guggul.
Please consult with your health care practitioner prior to the use of this product if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition. Keep out of the reach of children.