Triphala means three fruits and a combination of three fruits in equal parts Amalaki (Phyllantus emblica), Haritki (Terminalia chebua) and Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica). It is the most common and best known formula in Ayurveda. One of its most interesting features is that it balances all three Doshas. To its extraordinary properties are added those of grapefruit seed extract of which, in the book "The therapeutic virtues of grapefruit seeds" Tecniche Nuove Editore, the authors S.Sharamon and BJBaginski give the following description: antimicrobial, indicated for the main affections of the skin, mouth, throat, genital system, is an effective anti-inflammatory, proves valid in the case of flu, gastritis, parasitosis, allergy. S.Sharamon and B.J.Baginski consider it very useful on a preventive level, when it is necessary to strengthen a weakened immune system ".o".
USES AND FORMATS:
Code 442 pack of 2 blisters x 15 capsules
ADVICE FOR USE:
Follow your doctor's prescription. In general, we recommend 2 to 4 capsules a day to be taken during the three main meals with water or a hot drink.
How to store: Store in a cool place, away from light. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use after the expiry of the conservation deadline.
Warnings: Do not exceed the suggested amount
It promotes intestinal transit and can be used for prolonged and non-addictive periods even in people suffering from chronic constipation and digestive problems. Helps reduce abdominal dilation and flatulence. It is a rejuvenating agent (rasayana) with a regenerating effect.
Triphala is rich in vitamin C, it purifies and strengthens the body and regulates the nervous system, fights against cholesterol and cleanses the body's channels (srota) of toxins.
: ext. Sec. Grapefruit (Citrus grandis L.) seeds 45%, Anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, glycerol; Triphala powder (Amalaki Phyllantus emblica L.- fruit, Bibhitaki Terminalia belerica Roxb. Fruit; Haritaki Terminalia chebula retz. Fruit) 24%; Thickener: vegetable gelatin.ale.