Organic Triphala Herbal Capsules (60 Capsules)
Triphala – the Force of “The Three Fruits” is a famous Ayurvedic formulation consisting of the Three fruits Amalaki (also known as Amla), Bibhataki and Haritaki.
This combination of fruits can help to improve digestion, support a healthy liver function and also help to detoxify the body. Studies have shown that Triphala may promote weight loss. Triphala is believed to be the best remedy to balance the digestive system and as an antioxidant (in particular the abundant Vitamin C contained in Amalaki/Amla) it also can also support your immune system.
Our Triphala capsules are a Natural Organic Herbal Food Supplement and Certified as Organic by ECOCERT in accordance with European Council Regulation (EC). They are also suitable for vegans and approved as suitable for vegetarians by the UK’s Vegetarian Society.
Bottle Contents:Each bottle contains 60 capsules each of 500mg. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Free of sodium, yeast, gluten, sugar, artificial colours, preservatives and flavours.
Our Purity PledgeOur herbs from hand selected certified organic and natural farming provides the care and attention that make our products authentically different. We are committed to creating long lasting relationships with our customers by sourcing and producing products from high-quality ingredients. All herbs are subjected to rigorous testing by experienced professionals and free from heavy metals, bacteria and fungus.
How to Use1-2 capsules three times a day with water or as professionally directed.
Please consult your healthcare professional before taking this product if you are pregnant or under medical supervision.
|Product Name||Organic Triphala Herbal Capsules (60 Capsules)|
|Short Description||In Ayurveda, Triphala is known as an antioxidant and gentle bowel tonic, promoting regular bowel movement and a healthy digestion, which in turn can help with weight loss.|
|Quantity||60 Vegetarian Capsules|
|Related Information||Qty: 60 Vegetarian Capsules Strength: 400mg|
|Ingredients||Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Amlaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)|