TRIPHALA CHURNA

TRIPHALA CHURNA

Triphala is very high in antioxidants. It is popular for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral abilities, and it’s prescribed by Ayurvedic practitioners for a wide variety of ailments. These include strengthening the immune system, promoting oral health, and treating fatigue, gastric distress, pneumonia, cancer, and AIDS. Triphala has been studied in the laboratory and on animals, but not extensively on humans.

It is an Ayurvedic herbal rasayana. It is a very popular herbal mix recommended to the heart patients. Triphala powder is available in most of the Ayurvedic stores. They are the combinations of Harara, Amla & Bihara. It reduces cholesterol and is good for constipation. One or two spoons per day is recommended dosages. It has been used as a healing remedy for over 1000 years.

 Health Benefits of Triphala

• Triphala contains a number of antioxidants that perform protective functions in the body.

• Triphala has been shown to protect against certain cancers in a number of test-tube and animal studies. For example, it has been shown to inhibit the growth of lymphoma, as well as stomach and pancreatic cancers in mice.

• Triphala is very effective in preventing cavities and bleeding gums.

• Triphala also increased collagen production.

• Triphala is also extremely useful in reducing obesity by regularising the digestive system. It is further augmented by the reduction of excessive water content in the tissues and fights off hunger pangs.

• Triphala has been used since ancient times as a natural treatment for digestive issues like constipation.

• Triphala had a protective effect on the epidermis and on dermal fibroblasts, which are the cells in the dermis layer of the skin that help it recover from injury. Triphala also increased collagen production.

• Amla in Triphala helps strengthen and nourish the lungs and the respiratory tract by removing mucus.

• Triphala also helps reduce cholesterol levels, thereby reduces the chances of getting a heart attack or a stroke.