Triphala Bio - 120 vegetarian capsules AYur-vana

The benefits of Triphala according to Ayurvedic medicine

It contributes to the elimination of Ama (food residues, waste and toxins)
Stimulates digestion and reduces bloating
Improves nutrient assimilation
Detoxifies the liver
Gently cleanses the colon
Purifies the blood
Contributes to weight loss.
This Ayurvedic formula is called Tridoshic? it balances the three doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha.



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Triphala is probably the best known and most widely used remedy in Ayurvedic medicine. Also known as Triphala churna, Triphala choorna or Triphala churnam, each of its 3 berries (Amla, Haritaki and Bibhitaki) stimulate and regulate intestinal transit. Many people suffer from constipation problems and this Ayurvedic formula naturally helps to fight against this common ailment. This complex is also an effective support for the digestion and elimination of waste and toxins, particularly in the liver. It is used to clean the walls of the colon and allows a better assimilation of nutrients. Its virtues allow it to contribute in a natural way to weight loss.

Amla or Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) is known to promote good gastrointestinal health and allow for pleasant digestion. It is also a natural antioxidant, which balances the Pitta dosha.

Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) helps to balance and maintain the regularity of elimination thanks to its laxative properties and its action on the elimination of toxins. This berry is also anti-inflammatory and soothes the Vata dosha.

Finally, Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica), also known as "the one who keeps the disease away", promotes the elimination of toxins, purifies the blood, regulates mucus production and reduces the accumulation of lipids in the intestines. This bay is particularly effective in balancing the Kapha dosha.

Excess weight is often linked to intestinal congestion which prevents digestion, hinders the proper functioning of the liver, the elimination of waste and toxins. The last advantage of the Triphala is that it is not addictive and can be used very regularly without any danger.

2 capsules for lunch and dinner before each meal with a large glass of water for 15 days.

It is not recommended to exceed the recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. This product should be kept out of the reach of young children.

For 4 capsules of this Ayurvedic food supplement: amalaki* (Emblica officinalis) 532 mg, bibhitaki* (Terminalia belerica) 532 mg, haritaki* (Terminalia chebula) 532 mg, vegetable capsule (hypromellose) 280 mg.

    * Product from organic farming certified by FR-BIO-01


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