Organic Triphala Powder - 500g
Triphala – known as “The Three Fruits” is a famous Ayurvedic formulation consisting of the three fruits Amalaki, Bibhataki and Haritaki. It is believed in Ayurveda that the combination of the three fruits can have a synergistic effect to support many other body systems as well – in other words, it is believed to be a good all rounder to support achieving a healthy body.
In the tradition of Ayurveda, Triphala is used to balance the digestive system and detoxify the body. Studies have shown that Triphala may promote weight loss and might have the ability to protect your body against certain health conditions.*
Ayurveda Pura’s Triphala powder is a Natural Organic Herbal Food Supplement 100% Certified Organic in accordance with European Council Regulations (EC) and Approved as suitable for vegetarians by the UK’s Vegetarian Society. It is also suitable for Vegans.
How to UsePlease use the product according to the recommendation on the package or directed by a professional.
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|Product Name||Organic Triphala Powder - 500g|
|Short Description||In Ayurveda, Triphala is known as a Gentle bowel tonic, promoting regular bowel movement and a healthy digestion. Digesting and eliminating are important aspects to help with achieving and maintaining a healthy body weight. Natural Organic Herbal Food Supplement|
|Body Type||Kapha, Pitta, Tridoshic, Vata|
|Ingredients||Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Amlaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)|