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Triphala is an ayurvedic traditional medicine that is popular as rasayana or the rejuvenator.
Triphala is the combination of three herbs. These herbs are:-
&bull Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) also know common as amla
&bull Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) also know common as harde
&bull Bhibitaki (Terminalia belerica) also know common as baheda
How would triphala help me?
Triphala is a miraculous ayurvedic preparation that has been a drug of choice of ayurvedic doctors&rsquo world wide for treating any kind of disease. It might be surprising for you that Charka Samhita, the book of ayurvedic medicine has mentioned about triphala in its very first chapter. The powerful mixture of Amalaki, Haritaki and Bhibitaki makes it divine nectar that has the potential to treat any kind of disease.
Benefits of Triphala
&bull    It is good for the eyes, skin and heart.
&bull    It is said to cleanse the subtle energy channels of the body, helping one to feel   calmer.
&bull    Can reduce thinning of hair, and also bring some colour back to greying hair.
&bull    Ayurvedic texts suggest that it is good for memory function and also has anti- ageing qualities.
&bull    Enhances immune function and increases red blood cell count.
&bull    Regulates the digestive system, helping the body break down and absorb nutrients from food. It is also a great natural remedy for acidity and encourages appetite.
&bull    Helps with elimination and maintaining balance in the urinary tract.
&bull    It is a natural colon cleanser. By keeping the liver healthy, it enables the body to get rid of toxins.
&bull    By helping to maintain moisture and mucus balance in the lungs, it reduces the potential for respiratory infections.
&bull    Helps maintain muscle tone and contributes to development of lean muscle mass, especially for practitioners of yoga.