Ayurvedic Name: Amlaki, Haritaki, Vibhitaki
Botanical Name: Emblica officinalis, Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica
Common/English Name: Indian Gooseberry, Chebulic myrobalan, Beleric myrobalan.
Part(s) Used: Fruit.
Major Constituents: Various Tannins.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), hypromellose, millet grain, Magnesium stearate.
This product is Gluten free. No artificial colors, preservatives or additives.
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount per serving
Triphala Extract 5.1* (Organic) 200 mg*
(Fruit extracts of Amla(Emblica officinalis), Beleric myrobalan(Terminalia belerica), Chebulic myrobalan(Terminalia chebula))
*Daily value not established
Other ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), hyperomellose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon dioxidePotato starch powder.
Regardless of our dominant Dosha type, we all may experience intestinal constipation. This could be due to traveling, different food or water, emotional stress, incompatible foods, exhausted digestive fire.
Using Triphala is a gentle way to cleanse the digestive tract. As it cleanses the intestines, Triphala also cleans the pores in the intestinal walls resulting in better absorption of food nutrients.
During times of digestive imbalances, Vata people should prefer warm, cooked foods including soups or stews. Pitta or Kapha individuals are not as quick to experience constipation. However, Pitta and Kapha types would do well by increasing fiber content. Pitta types may find drinking more water to be helpful.
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