Triphala has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times as a multi-functional treatment for symptoms ranging from stomach ailments to tooth decay. It is also believed to promote longevity and overall health. Herbal preparations are commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine, a traditional system that emphasizes disease prevention and health promotion.
Triphala has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times as a multi-functional treatment for symptoms ranging from stomach ailments to tooth decay. It is also believed to promote longevity and overall health. It is believed to be a multi-herbal medicine, meaning that it contains several different medicinal herbs. Herbal preparations are commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine, a traditional system that emphasizes disease prevention and health promotion. The combination of synergistic herbs is believed to provide additional therapeutic efficacy and is a more potent treatment than any single ingredient used alone.
Triphala is a blend of dried fruits of the following three plants native to India:
Bio Amla (Emblica officinalis)
Amla, better known as Indian gooseberry, plays an important role in Ayurvedic medicine. It is one of the oldest edible fruits known in India. Indian gooseberry is the edible fruit of a small to medium-sized tree that grows throughout India. The berries have a sour, pungent taste and a fibrous texture. For this reason, the berries are often pickled, soaked in sugar syrup or cooked in dishes to enhance their palatability. Indian gooseberry and its extract are used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat symptoms such as constipation, as well as for cancer prevention.
Indian gooseberries are highly nutritious and rich in vitamin C, amino acids and minerals. It also contains potent plant compounds such as phenols, tannins, filmbelic acid, rutin, curcuminoids and emblicol.
Bio Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica)
Terminalia bellirica is a large tree that commonly grows in Southeast Asia. It is known as "Bibhitaki" in Ayurvedic medicine, where the fruit of this tree is used to treat common ailments such as bacterial and viral infections. Bibhitaki contains tannins, ellagic acid, gallic acid, lignans and flavones, as well as many other potent plant compounds that are believed to be responsible for its medicinal properties. This potent herbal remedy has many uses and can help treat many health problems. Bibhitaki is also commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat diabetes and blood sugar regulation disorders.
This is because Bibhitaki is rich in gallic acid and ellagic acid, two phytochemicals that have beneficial effects on blood sugar levels, insulin sensitivity and body weight.
Bio Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)
Terminalia chebula is a medicinal tree that grows throughout the Middle East, India, China and Thailand. The plant is known as "Haritaki" in Ayurveda, where the small, green fruit of the Terminalia chebula tree is used as a medicine. It is one of the main ingredients of Triphala. Haritaki is highly valued in Ayurveda and is often called the "king of medicines". It has been used since ancient times as a remedy for many diseases including heart disease, asthma, ulcers and stomach ailments. In addition, Haritaki is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat digestive problems such as constipation.
Country of Origin: India
Composition and allergy information
Product may contain soy, nuts and gluten
Store in a tightly closed container in a dry and cool place.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
1218 kJ / 291 kcal
fat 0,3 g
of which saturated 0,1 g
carbohydrates 52 g
of which sugars 11,5 g
fibre 35 g
protein 2,3 g
salt 0,1 g
Net weight: 100 g
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