Organic Triphala Herbal Capsules (60 Capsules)
- Triphala consists of Three fruits - Amalaki, Bibhataki and Haritaki
- Product is Certified as Organic by ECOCERT in accordance with European Council Regulation (EC)
- 60 Capsules
- Often used in Ayurveda in connection with digestion and immunity
- Suitable for Vegetarians & approved as suitable for vegetarians by the UK’s Vegetarian Society
- Natural Organic Herbal Food Supplement
- Free of sodium, yeast, gluten, sugar, artificial colours and flavours
Ayurveda Pura’s 100% Organic Triphala is a herbal food supplement that can be part of a healthy diet.
Natural Organic Herbal Food Supplement Certified as Organic by ECOCERT in accordance with European Council Regulation (EC). Is suitable for vegans and approved by the UK’s Vegetarian Society
Bottle Contents:Each bottle contains 60 capsules suitable for vegetarians. Free of sodium, yeast, gluten, sugar, artificial colours and flavours.
Our Purity Pledge:Our herbs from hand-selected certified organic and natural farming provide 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.
|Product Name||Organic Triphala Herbal Capsules (60 Capsules)|
|Body Type||Kapha, Pitta, Tridoshic, Vata|
|Quantity||60 Vegetarian Capsules|
|Related Information||Qty: 60 Vegetarian Capsules Strength: 400mg|
|Ingredients||Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Amlaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica)|
|Short Description|| |
Q. Is Triphala safe to take with pharmaceutical medication?
A- Ayurveda Pura’s Triphala is essentially a whole herb source of nutrients or other substances with a possible nutritional or physiological result.
Like food, our herbs are generally safe to use with pharmaceutical medication. We suggest that consuming herbs be done as advised and at apart from prescribed medication.
If you are currently prescribed pharmaceutical drugs for blood-thinning, epilepsy or psychosis, immune suppression (e.g. anti-HIV or after transplants), or for any life-threatening condition, we suggest you consult the advice of your healthcare professional or the advice of an Ayurvedic Practitioner before taking whole herbs for nutrition.
Q. Is Triphala safe for a child to take?
A- Whilst herbs are natural and safe, as a precautionary measure we recommend that only those over the age of 16 take the adult dosage recommended on our products, unless told otherwise by a practitioner or a child's dosage as advised by an Ayurvedic Practitioner.
Q. Does Triphala have any side effects?
A- Our Triphala whole herb capsules and powders are rigorously tested. Due to this professional testing generally there are no side effects associated with our food products, capsules and herbs. As with any consumable, reactions and intolerances are always possible. If you experience anything unusual, please call our Customer Services team, who are always here to help.
Q. Can I take Triphala alongside other holistic treatments eg homeopathic, other herbs or nutritional supplements?
A- Whilst our food products are natural and safe it is always advisable to seek the advice of a Ayurvedic Practitioner if you are taking other herbs or homeopathics.
Q. Can I consume Triphala if I am on the pill?
A- Yes, there is no known interaction with our food products or herbs and the contraceptive pill. If a cause of concern we advise you speak with your healthcare practitioner or Ayurvedic Practitioner.
Q. Is it okay to consume Triphala if I’m about to have surgery?
A- We advise stopping herbs 7 days before surgery to avoid any complications.
Q. When is the best time to take the herbs and can they be taken with, before or after food?
A- The best time to take herbs is 15 minutes before food with warm water. If digestion is weak, take them after food with warm water. If you have forgotten, just take them at any time.
Q. I have problems swallowing capsules - how can I take the herbs?
A- You can empty the capsules into water or juices and drink.
Q. I have poor digestion – how can I take the herbs so they don't upset my digestion?
A- If digestion is weak take the capsules after food.
Q. How do I store Ayurveda Pura’s food products and herbs?
A- Store away from direct sunlight and below 30°C.
Q. Are your capsules vegan?
The capsules are made from vegetarian cellulose and can be consumed by vegans.
Q. Why is there a silica sachet in my bottle of Triphala?
A- We use silica sachets in some of our capsule products to prevent moisture from compromising the herbs. The silica sachet is completely safe for use in food products and should remain in the jar to prevent moisture. The contents of the sachet should not be consumed and disposed of appropriately once the bottle is empty.