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ORGANIC Triphala - origins and benefits


The name Triphala comes from Sanskrit and means “three fruits”. In India there is a popular saying that it is not so bad not to have a mother as long as you have Triphala - this shows the high importance that Triphala has in Ayurveda.
Triphala is made from equal parts:

Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), which we call the black-brown myrobalan tree. In Ayurveda it is a so-called “Yogavahini” that cleanses all shrotas and can be absorbed very quickly by the organism. It balances all three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha).

Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), known to us as ash-colored myrobalan, is considered the best rejuvenating agent in Ayurveda and balances all three doshas.

Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), known in Germany as green beleric myrobalan, balances the two doshas Pitta and Kapha according to the teachings of Ayurveda and eliminates Ama (waste substances) from the fatty tissue.

Benefits and mode of action

According to Ayurvedic teachings, Triphala balances all three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha). It is also rich in polyphenols, vitamin C and flavonoids, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. For example, the vitamin C content of Amalaki as a Triphala ingredient is around 20 times higher than that of an orange. In addition, Flavonoids such as quercetin, tannins and tannins occur in Triphala.

Due to the high vitamin C and flavonoid content, Triphala is also considered a strong antioxidant. Triphala has also been proven to have antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal (i.e. works against diseases caused by fungi) effects.

A positive effect of Triphala on the gastrointestinal tract is postulated in this study published in 2018. The components of Triphala are believed to restore the epithelial lining of the digestive tract and facilitate bowel movements in the colon by exhibiting mild laxative properties:

This in vitro study published in 2018 concludes that Triphala may be a promising agent for the treatment of gastric cancer:

This study published in 2014 concludes that Triphala, as potential immunostimulants, represents a better alternative to allopathic immunomodulators:

These studies, published in 2012 and 2017, examine the antimicrobial effect of Triphala on oral microorganisms (plaque, gingivitis):, and

What should you pay attention to when choosing your product?

Triphala is available as a very high quality product, which is also completely vegan. When choosing your preparation, it is important to rely on authentic source material from India. To ensure a high standard of quality and purity, your dietary supplement should be certified organic.

Legal consumer information

German and European case law wants to protect consumers from supposedly misleading claims about effectiveness. The statements made here refer to the original Ayurvedic and TCM texts. This ancient knowledge, which is thousands of years old, is based on experiences that are passed on from generation to generation. It is not intended to claim that the products described here have an effect in the sense of western medicine. All products are nutritional supplements; they are not medications and have no medical effect. If you are sick and need medical care, please contact your doctor or pharmacist.

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