Common Name: Triphala
Botanical Name: Triphala Churna
Triphala means “three fruits” and is the combination of equal parts amalaki, bibitaki, and haritaki fruits (common names amla, beleric myrobalan, and black myrobalan respectively). The fruits are dried, powdered, then blended together.
Triphala powder can be taken when mixed with warm water, juice, ghee, or honey. It can also be encapsulated or used topically in shampoo blends and as a dry massage powder.
Herbal Remedy for: *Acne *Anemia *Anorexia *Baldness *Bronchitis *Bloating *Blood Impurity *Candida/yeast *Cataract *Cold/Flu *Constipation *Eyes Diseases *Gout *High Blood Pressure *High Cholesterol *IBS *Joint Pain *Insomnia *Laryngitis *Longevity Tonics *Menopause *Nutrition *Osteoporosis
Herb Properties: * Anodyne * Anti-inflammatory * Antioxidant * Antirheumatic * Breath * Depurative * Diuretic * Emmenagogue * Galactagogue * Phytoestrogen
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (PLEASE READ):
SIZE GUIDE: (Comes in Flower, Root and/or Flower, Root Powder, based on availability)
Just The Herb: Small (1/4 cup up to 2 oz.) Medium (1/2 cup up to 4 oz.) Large (1 cup up to 6 oz.) Weight varies based on herb choice
Looseleaf Tea: Small (2 oz) Medium (4 oz) Large (8 oz) Must use tea infuser to prepare
TeaBags: Small (10 teabags) Medium (20 teabags) Large (40 teabags) Ready to make
Tinctures: Small (1 oz) Medium (2 oz) Large (4 oz) Please allow 72 hour additional processing time. Comes in a dropper bottle
Capsules: Small (30 capsules) Medium (60 capsules) Large (90 capsules) Vegetarian