Health benefits of Triphala

Team Udayavani, Apr 12, 2021, 11:16 AM IST

Source: Healthline

Ayurveda can be of very great benefit to health, and one such hidden gem is Triphala. It literally means ‘a mix of three fruits’ in Sankrit.

Triphala is made by a combination of three superfruits’ -Amalaki, Bibhitaka, and Haritaki. These fruits have a great medicinal benefit and are very helpful for boosting the immunity of the human body.

Consuming Triphala is known to be very good for digestion and as it is an excellent antioxidant, it acts as an immunity booster.

Triphala is available online and in many natural food and supplements stores.

As Triphala is a good natural laxative, it helps loosen the stool and improve bowel movement, and helps in strengthening the digestive tract of the body by increasing the number of good bacteria in the intestinal tract.

Studies found that Triphala is great for immunity and it also acts as an immunosuppressant. Regular consumption of Triphala can fight infections and control allergies because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Triphala helps improve your metabolism, which is very important if you are looking to lose weight. It even helps to flush out the toxins and keep the gastrointestinal tract clean.

Triphala has ocular enhancing properties which enhance vision and protect from eye ailments such as cataract.


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