Triphla churna is an Ayurvedic Formulation in a powdered form. It improves gastrointestinal motility by coordinating complex pattern of contracting and relaxing muscles in the stomach and intestine for proper digestion and absorption of nutrients. By its laxative and carminative action, it helps to relieve constipation and flatulence. It has antioxidant activity, lowers cholesterol, normalizes blood pressure.
Ingredients of Triphla churna:
|AMLA ( Emblica officinalis)||HARAD ( Terminalia chuebula)|
|BAHERA (Terminalia bellerica)|
|Amla||Amla protects cells against free radical damage and provides antioxidant protection
Amla is used to treat skin disorders, respiratory infections, and premature aging
Amla is useful in mild laxative & aphordiasic. and has therapeutic value in treating diabetes
Amla has anti-bacterial and astringent properties that help prevent infection and help in the healing of ulcers.
|Harad||Haritaki is a miraculous herb with versatile effects, and this single herb is used to cure various disorders associated with the body.
It is used to treat diarrhea and dysentery, and fruit powder is used for purgation therapy.
It is used for curative purposes and used to cure various disorders associated with obesity.
It is used for treating ophthalmic disorders, diseases of spleen and piles.
It acts as astringent to cure bleeding gums, loose gums and ulceration of gums.
|Bahera||Bellerica is a herb of Triphala. It is laxative in nature and used in the purgation therapy.
It is rejuvenating in nature, and it is very beneficial for hair growth.
It also helps to cure loss of appetite, thirst, bloating, flatulence, piles, and various worm infestations. A decoction of seed kernels is used in vomiting and excessive thirst.
It is an aphrodisiac, prevented aging and used to enhance immunity to fight against various diseases.
It is also beneficial in blood pressure and helps in lowering cholesterol levels. The bark of this tree is used for chest pain and heart diseases.
Triphla churna is mild laxative & aphordiasic. It also increases vision if taken with honey or Maha Triphala ghrit.
Triphala is a very old and a well-known Ayurvedic mixture of herbs. But, due to its downward flowing energy, it is accompanied by some side effects. Pregnant women should avoid this combination because of Triphala due to its downward energy favours miscarriage.
3 to 6 gm to be taken before going to bed with luke warm water or milk or as directed by the physician.
Available in 100 gm pack.