What Is Triphala?
Tripala Capsules has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times as a multi-purpose treatment for symptoms ranging from stomach ailments to dental cavities. It is also believed to promote longevity and overall health.
It makes or breaks one’s health, as one gets vulnerable to diseases the moment the immune system weakens. Uses of Triphala include antioxidant properties regulating the stimulation and suppression of the immune system, making it an immunomodulator. Daily intake of Triphala can effectively eliminate bodily toxins, which reduces the load on the immune system and helps in warding off lethargy and makes one active.
An efficient digestive
A strong digestive system is essential for good health. The components of Triphala have complementary qualities that strengthen the digestive system.
Blood Pressure Regulator
Triphala can effectively regulate blood pressure and help maintain optimum levels. Daily consumption of Triphala aids in removing plaque from blood vessels. Its anti-inflammatory activities lower the strain on blood vessels, ensuring smooth blood flow and circulation.
Aid for Diabetes
Diabetes affects insulin production and/or its effectiveness. Triphala helps reinvigorate the pancreas which promotes insulin secretion. People with Type 2 diabetes stand to benefit from Triphala as it reduces blood sugar levels and cholesterol. The anti-diabetic properties of its components help the cells in overcoming their insulin resistance.
A Stimulant for Hair
Triphala can help manage nearly all hair problems, for its key ingredients cater to all-round nourishment. Amala/ Nelli is an acclaimed ingredient that features in a range of hair care regimens, due to its antioxidant properties, which help maintain optimum pH levels of the scalp. Vitamin C present in Triphala can add lustre and maintain natural hair colour, strengthening the hair and stimulating hair growth. Split ends, which are the culprits of stunted hair growth can also be tackled using Triphala.
Ingredients – emblica officinalis / terminalia chebula / terminalia belerica (Amalaki,Haritaki,Bibhitaki)