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Himalaya Triphala is a dietary supplement containing a blend of three fruits based on a traditional Ayurvedic formula. It supports the functioning of the digestive system, reduces inflammation and the activity of free oxygen radicals.
Triphala is a traditional blend of three fruits known from Ayurvedic medicine: Haritaki, Amla, and Bibhitaki. The name comes from the ancient Indian language and combines two words: tri (three) and phala (fruit).
Amla – a fruit rick in antioxidants containing large amounts of vitamin C. It is used traditionally for fighting colds, supporting the functioning of the digestive system, and slowing down aging processes in the organism. It brings many benefits for the liver and has anti-inflammatory properties. It is also useful in the case of bacterial and viral infections. The main active substances in Amla are tannins, especially emblicanins A and B, geranine and ellagitannin, as well as ellagic and gallic acids, quercetin, and kaempferol.
Haritaki – exhibits a very wide range of properties regarding human health. It helps to alleviate constipation but it is also a great way to prevent dementia and diabetes. Its composition includes tannins, succinic acid, and sitosterol.
Bibhitaki – exhibits antidiabetic properties, it can reduce blood pressure, and is even used for fighting rheumatism. It can also strengthen mucous membranes in the entire organism. There are some reports regarding its anti-atherosclerotic effect as well.
The combination has been used successfully for thousands of years in the Eastern medicine. Current scientific discoveries have allowed to confirm the efficacy of its components in terms of enhancing overall health. Thanks to that, Triphala is also winning popularity in modern therapies.
Reduction of digestive problems
For various reasons, we can sometimes experience some problems connected with the intestines: diarrhoea, constipation, flatulence, which can have a significant negative effect on the comfort and quality of life. Triphala exhibits the ability to stimulate intestinal peristalsis, thanks to which the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract is improved and constipation reduced. More efficient movement of food content can also help to fight flatulence, as there are no food deposits in the bowel that could ferment excessively.
Long-term support for the digestive system
The blend Triphala was designed to support the health of the digestive system at the very base by regenerating its tissues and supporting its functioning in the long-term perspective. Intestinal problems are very often accompanied by damage of the mucosa, which can become weaker, for example, because of low fibre consumption or distorted intestinal microflora. The components contained in this preparation help to restore the intestinal mucosa, which makes it possible to maintain a good condition of the bacterial flora, improve digestion, and regulate the absorption of nutrients.
Oxidative stress reduction
Oxidative stress means distorted balance between the amount of reactive oxygen species produced and the ability of the organism to remove them and repair the damage they induce. Excess free radicals in the organism are one of the main reasons of developing diseases of affluence.
Free oxygen radicals are neutralised by the donation of one electron by an antioxidant substance, and there is plenty of those in the fruits that constitute the blend Triphala. That allows to reduce the damage of lipids, proteins and DNA molecules in cells which can be induced by excess free radicals and peroxides. It is an extremely important mechanism in preventing the development of chronic diseases, as oxidative stress is a reason for such diseases as atherosclerosis, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease.
Healthy circulatory system
Problems on the part of the cardiovascular system are a reason of majority of deaths. That should be a great incentive to introduce early prevention in order to avoid developing diseases of the circulatory system. One of the markers of its health is blood pressure, and it can be reduced with the use of Triphala, which helps to take some strain off the working heart.
Another popular marker are blood cholesterol levels. In this case, Triphala components can also support the body, as they can not only reduce the level of total cholesterol, but also improve the proportion of its fractions.
To sum up, Himalaya Triphala is recommended particularly for people struggling with various kinds of digestive problems. It is also a fantastic form of preventive healthcare, as it supports glucose management, protects the cardiovascular system, and reduces oxidative stress.
In traditional medicine of the Far East, Triphala is believed to be a versatile agent applicable in many ailments and as a way to fight too quick aging of the organism.
In order to experience the full range of benefits, especially in terms of supporting the digestive system, the preparation should be taken every day, preferably in the doses suggested by the producer. Preferably, take the tablets before a meal.
Triphala can be taken in the short-term as support in the fight against a cold or short intestinal problems caused by various factors. In that case, the daily dosage can be increased by a third portion of the supplement.
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(Emulsifier) Micro crystalline cellulose, capsule: (thickener) Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, water, (glazing agent) Magnesium stearate, (anti caking agent) Colloidal silicon dioxide.
Triphala® is derived from Ayurvedic medicine. It is a proprietary blend made of powdered fruits of such plants as Amla (Indian gooseberry), Chebulic Myrobalan and Belleric Myrobalan. The name of the blend refers to the composition – it was formed from the combination of Sanskrit words – tri (three) and phala (fruit).
In India, Triphala® is recognized as the most effective and versatile preparation of natural origin. It is systematically gaining popularity also in other parts of the world. Scientists have identified a number of organic chemical compounds responsible for the therapeutic action of the fruits contained in the composition of the mixture. The key role is played by flavonoids, polyphenols, phytosterols and gallic, ellagic and chebulinic acids. They are strong antioxidants and, moreover, they have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. They also show large anticancer potential.
Triphala® is most often used as a support for the digestive system. It promotes proper digestion, regeneration of the intestinal mucosa, helps to eliminate Helicobacter pylori from the body. It relieves typical gastrointestinal discomfort and may increase the absorption of nutrients contained in food. It also positively affects the circulatory system, promotes normal blood pressure and regulates the lipid profile.
Triphala® is available as a mono-preparation, but it can also be found in the composition of herbal health products.
Terminalia chebula – also known as haritaki, a tree which provides raw material used widely in Ayurveda and Tibetan medicine and has many health benefits. Haritaki means “the one that takes away diseases”. This raw material is a fruit with tannins, triterpenoid glycosides, anthraquinones and flavonoids, among others, rutin and quercetin.
Terminalia Chebula is a traditional remedy for digestive problems by influencing positively digestive processes and intestinal function. Due to the content of tannins, haritaki has an antibacterial effect (among others, on Helicobacter pylori, Salmonella sp. and Staphylococcus aureus) and mild laxative properties and stimulates cleansing processes in the intestines. The raw material reduces constipation, bloating, irritation caused by the presence of parasites and inflammation of the mucosa of the digestive tract.
Haritaki fruits help normalise the lipid profile – contributes to a decrease in levels of total cholesterol, LDL and VDL cholesterol, free fatty acids and triacylglycerols and an increase in levels of cholesterol. Its extracts show also antioxidant activity and support healthy liver function. Along with amla and bibhitaki, haritaki is an ingredient of the popular formulation triphala, an adaptogen which promotes digestive health and helps reduce inflammation.
Formulas from Terminalia chebula may be used effectively in overweight and obesity, digestive problems, lower energy levels, fatigue and to support the body’s immunity.
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