Ayurvedic Digestive Support
Product Number AY0037
TRIFAL™ is a combination of three herbs – Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Terminalia belerica (Bahera), and Emblica officinalis (AMLAOXY®). This combination is referred to in almost every Ayurvedic textbook and is considered to be adaptogenic. This combination has synergistic action, and provides digestive and elimination support. It is also considered to have antioxidant properties. Terminalia chebula contributes tannins, amino acids, succinic acid, and beta-sitosterol. Emblica officinalis supports the immune system and is one of the best known sources of ascorbinogen. Trifal™ has bowel-regulating properties and is excellent for relief of occasional constipation, while aiding both digestion and elimination. The herbal combination in Trifal has long been considered a secret of longevity and robust health in Ayurvedic practice. Triphala has also been used in Ayurveda to promote healthy eyes.
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An ancient combination of three fruits, Terminalis chebula (haritaki), Terminalis belerica (bibhitaki), and Emblica officinalis (amla), Triphala has been attributed to the secret of longevity and robust health for centuries in Ayurveda. Often revered as a bowel tonic and digestive aide, the three fruits work synergistically to also support healthy liver function, inflammation modulation, immune health, and in the health of the eyes. Amla is a sour fruit rich in antioxidants that regenerates digestive tissue and supporting organs. Haritaki, a bitter fruit, stimulates digestion to aide in nutrient absorption. Bibhitaki, an astringent fruit supports smoother bowels, aiding in healthy elimination.
- Deeply nourishing digestive aid
- Promotes resilience, longevity, and health
- Balancing, bowel-regulating properties
- Rich source of antioxidants
1 capsule daily or as advised by your health care provider.
Guna (Properties): Heavy, dry, cold
Rasa (Taste): Sweet, sour, pungent, bitter, astringent
Vipak (Post-Digestive Taste): Sweet
Virya (Energies): Cold
Prabhav (Effects): Rasayan (adaptogen)