According to the Ayurvedic concept, health and longevity depend on how digestion and metabolism work, how the body absorbs nutrients and gets rid of toxins. The phytopreparation Triphala, a mix of three fruits – amla, or Indian gooseberry (Amalaki, Phyllanthus emblica), bibhitaki (Bibhitaki, Terminalia belerica) and haritaki (Haritaki, Terminalia chebula) is called to restore these processes. The tool is described in ancient Indian medical texts as therapeutic and has a laxative effect. It is ideally balanced in its effect on the doshas: amla has a beneficial effect on Pitta, bibhitaki on Kapha, and haritaki on Vata. Each of the plants has a number of valuable properties.

Translated from Sanskrit, “amalaki” – “nurse.” All parts of the tree have healing properties – fruits, bark, roots, flowers, leaves, seeds. Amla fruits are the richest natural source of vitamin C. They have a lot of proteins and 160 times more ascorbic acid than apples. Amle contains 5 out of 6 possible tastes necessary for a balanced diet and maintaining human health. Amla as part of herbal remedies enhances immunity, stimulates blood circulation and digestive fire.

Bibhitaki is “fear of disease.” It is believed that the disease instantly recedes before the healing power of this plant. Ayurvedic pharmacology uses all parts of a tree, but most often fruits and bark. Bibhitaki has 3 flavors, pronounced antioxidant and anti-aging effects. It removes excess mucus from the bronchi, eliminates stagnation in the biliary tract and pelvic organs, cleanses the intestines and the body as a whole from toxins and toxins.

Haritaki is a “plant that steals disease.” In terms of nutrition, it is equal to mother’s milk. Its medicinal properties are manifested in the nutrition of the brain and nerve tissue, increasing intelligence. Haritaki cleanses cell membranes, regulates colon function, normalizes digestion, strengthens voice and vision.

In the Triphala formula, the fruit ratio is 1: 1: 1. But, depending on the constitutional type, the number of ingredients in the composition may vary. For example, for the Vata type, the ratio of the parts of amalaki, bibhitaka and haritaka will be 2: 1: 3, for Pitta – 3: 1: 2, for Kapha – 1: 3: 2. This is the individual approach of Ayurvedic treatment. It is good when the doctor has the opportunity to create a personalized formula for the patient. By the way, in the CALENDULA clinic there is such an opportunity, since all Ayurvedic preparations are made in our own phyto-laboratory.

In addition to a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract, the combined beneficial properties of the three fruits have a beneficial effect on weight loss (improved absorption of nutrients, less worried about hunger), liver, skin and eyesight. A high concentration of oleic and linoleic oils is effective in the treatment of disorders of the cardiovascular system and high blood pressure. High levels of vitamin C make this drug an excellent anti-inflammatory. Its effectiveness has been proven in the treatment of joint inflammation, including rheumatoid arthritis.

Triphala is a safe herbal medicine. Nevertheless, there are contraindications – pregnancy, breastfeeding.

The classic Triphala formula, reproduced in the laboratory of Calendula Pharma Co. last year, certified as a dietary supplement (BAA). This is a universal balanced drug for the restoration of digestion and gentle cleansing of the intestines. You can order it on the website of the phytolaboratory web store https://calendulapharmacy.com/.

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