Triphala is the most famous and popular herbal rasayana in Ayurveda, has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. The combination of the three fruits Amla (Emblica officinalis), Baheda (Terminalia belerica) and Harad (Terminalia chebula) promotes healthy eating habits, maintain optimal body weight, helpful in digestion and rejuvenate your body.
Terminalia chebula – Haritaki
Terminalia chebula known as Harra or Harad in Hindi and the tree is native to India and Nepal, also found throughout South East Asia. Harad is one of the three main ingredient in the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala and contains terflavin B.
Terminalia bellirica – Bibhitaki
Terminalia bellirica known as Baheda in India and the fruit is used in the popular Indian herbal rasayana,contains seed oil and fatty-acid.
Phyllanthus emblica – Amla
The Indian gooseberry or amla is a edible fruit used as dried and fresh in various Ayurvedic medicine herbal preparations. In Ayurveda Amla is the primary ingredient of Chyawanprash and contain high amounts of ascorbic acid or vitamin C.
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, The Trifecta of Triphala useful for below list of health benefits:
Immune system stimulation
Improvement of digestion
Relief of constipation
Gastrointestinal tract cleansing
Relief of gas
Treatment of diabetes
Treatment of eye disease
Benefit Against Dental Disease
Maintain optimal body weight
Triphala powder is a popular herbal remedy for many ailments as well as can be used to improve overall health with daily dosages, As suggested by the Ayurvedic Vaidya.