Triphala With Aloevera 500 ml

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The recipe for this traditional Ayurvedic herbal supplement dates back thousands of years and is referenced in the traditional Indian Ayurvedic texts the Charak and Sushrut Samhitas. Triphala is considered a ‘tridoshic rasayan’, having balancing and rejuvenating effects on the three constitutional elements that govern human life : Vata which regulates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains metabolic processes, and Kapha which supports structural integrity. Triphala is one of the most popular herbal remedies in Ayurveda which ‘cleanse’ by promoting bowel movement. A reason is that one of the most common problems among many individuals is constipation and bowel irregularity. This can lead to poorer general digestion and liver function, less vitality and perhaps even less optimism and an overall poorer outlook and quality of life.
The three fruits present are : 
Amla or the Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis)
Haritaki or the Chebulic Myrobalans (Terminalia chebula)
Bibhitaki (Terminalia Bellirica)

Benefits

1 : Improves digestion ans assimilation
2 : Rich antoinidant properties
3 : Improves circulation (cardiotonic and capillary strengthening flavonoids)
4 : Potentiates adrenergic function (helps the body recover from stress)
5 : Contains linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) and phospholipids
6 : Lowers blood pressure
7 : Exerts a marked heart-protective and cardio-tonic effect
8 : Reduces serum cholesterol
9 : Improves liver function and is liver protective
10 : Is anti-inflammatory (constituents include Vit. C and quercetin)
11 : Is expectorant .i.e relieves cough
12 : Anti-viral (HIV, AIDS, herpes, CMV) properties
13 : Anti-bacterial properties
14 : Has anti-cancer properties
15 : Has anti-allergy properties

Composition (Each 10 ml contains)

Amla (Emblica Officinalis) 750 mg.
Harar (Terminalia Chewbula) 750 mg.
Bahera (Terminalia Belerica) 750 mg.
Ghrit Kumari (Aloe Barbadensis) 2 ml

Description

The recipe for this traditional Ayurvedic herbal supplement dates back thousands of years and is referenced in the traditional Indian Ayurvedic texts the Charak and Sushrut Samhitas. Triphala is considered a ‘tridoshic rasayan’, having balancing and rejuvenating effects on the three constitutional elements that govern human life : Vata which regulates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains metabolic processes, and Kapha which supports structural integrity. Triphala is one of the most popular herbal remedies in Ayurveda which ‘cleanse’ by promoting bowel movement. A reason is that one of the most common problems among many individuals is constipation and bowel irregularity. This can lead to poorer general digestion and liver function, less vitality and perhaps even less optimism and an overall poorer outlook and quality of life.
The three fruits present are : 
Amla or the Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis)
Haritaki or the Chebulic Myrobalans (Terminalia chebula)
Bibhitaki (Terminalia Bellirica)

Benefits

1 : Improves digestion and assimilation
2 : Rich antioxidant properties
3 : Improves circulation (cardiotonic and capillary strengthening flavonoids)
4 : Potentiates adrenergic function (helps the body recover from stress)
5 : Contains linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid) and phospholipids
6 : Lowers blood pressure
7 : Exerts a marked heart-protective and cardio-tonic effect
8 : Reduces serum cholesterol
9 : Improves liver function and is liver protective
10 : Is anti-inflammatory (constituents include Vit. C and quercetin)
11 : Is expectorant .i.e relieves cough
12 : Anti-viral (HIV, AIDS, herpes, CMV) properties
13 : Anti-bacterial properties
14 : Has anti-cancer properties
15 : Has anti-allergy properties

Aloe vera juice is a rich source of antioxidants, which help fight free radicals. This lowers oxidative stress on your body and reduces the risk of chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. 

Aloe vera juice is also an excellent source of:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin E
  • Beta-carotene
  • Folic acid
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium

Composition (Each 10 ml contains)

Amla (Emblica Officinalis) 750 mg.
Harar (Terminalia Chewbula) 750 mg.
Bahera (Terminalia Belerica) 750 mg.
Ghrit Kumari (Aloe Barbadensis) 2 ml

Product Specifications

Type : Concentrate
Quantity : 500 ml
Indications : See Benefits above.
Dose Children : Above 10 yr 1-2 tsp. thrice a day
Dose Adults : 10-15 ml twice a day
Contraindications : Pregnancy & Lactation
Side effects : None
Expiry : 18 Month

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