IF YOU HAVEN'T INTRODUCED TRIPHALA INTO YOUR LIFE YET NOW IS ABOUT TIME
What is Triphala?
In Ayurveda Triphala is a herbal blend that tones and balances the whole human system. This magical concoction is one of the oldest in Ayurveda and has been used for over 1,000 years..
The name of this wonder-blend translates to ‘three fruits’ in Sanskrit and it is made by combining equal parts of three dried fruits native to India- amla, haritaki and bibhitaki. Grouping these three fruits together creates a synergistic effect, meaning they are more effective as a trio than they would be individually. The blend is also considered tridoshic, meaning it supports all three doshas: vata (energy of air, space and movement), pitta (energy of fire, digestion and metabolism), and kapha (energy of water, earth and lubrication
The three fruits in Triphala
Indian Gooseberry: Also known as amla, is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C, amino acids and compounds like phenols, tannins, phyllembelic acid, rutin, curcuminoids and emblicol. Indian Gooseberry can help to remove toxins from the body, regulate the health of the pancreas and manage cholesterol levels.
Black myrobalan: Also known as bibhitaki, it helps to regulate cholesterol levels and keeps muscle and bones healthy and strong. It is packed with nutrients like tannins, ellagic acid, gallic acid, lignans and flavonoids.
Haritaki: Haritaki is a nut-shaped fruit packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It's full of phytochemicals such as terpenes, polyphenols, anthocyanins and flavonoids. Used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat digestive issues.
DETOXIFYING, DIGESTION AND GUT HEALTH
Triphala is best known for its ability to help support digestion and gut health. It aids natural internal cleansing that detoxifies our gut and in turn aids in digestion and prevents constipation due to its natural laxative effect. It aids the body in efficiently digesting food, absorbing nutrients and eliminating waste while making sure you’re left energized and rejuvenated. It has a smoothing effect on the digestive mucous membranes, and also contains quercetin and gallic acid, which help promote a healthy gut microbiome.
Trying to lose some weight? Apart from aiding digestion Triphala also helps you feel full and happy by secreting cholecystokinin, a hormone that signals the brain that you’re full. And Triphala being a powerful detoxifier it helps to flush out toxins from the stomach, small intestine and large intestine. The mixture also acts as a colon toner and helps in strengthening and toning the tissues of the colon, which keep your digestive system healthy. A healthy digestive system speeds up the digestion process helps fight constipation and help you manage weight. Triphala can be a real game-changer when it comes to shedding those extra pesky pounds.
IT CAN HELP YOU GET RID OF BLOATING
Being a natural laxative Triphala helps stimulate bowel movements. It can also help you clear your stomach by drawing water from your body into your small intestines. As a result, you can get rid of the excess water that your body might have retained and thus relieve, bloating.
Triphala is high in antioxidants and nutrients such as Vitamin C, tannins, phenols, polyphenols, flavones, phytochemicals, and helps to increase the body's immunity. Its anti-inflammatory properties aid in the treatment of colds, cough common infections, allergies, and virus attacks, and boosts the level of white blood cells, to your immune system.
IT'S AMAZING FOR YOUR SKIN
A rich source of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory in nature, Triphala fight various skin infections and help in reducing acne-causing bacteria, giving you soft and supple skin. A clinical study has found that triphala helps protect skin cells. These findings suggest that it may help rebuild skin protein and retain moisture in the skin, in addition to combatting inflammation.
Uplevel your daily wellbeing ritual by incorporating Triphala. It's so good mixed with hot water to sip at night before bed, or blend it in a smoothie. We are hooked!