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- Strengthens and revitalizes GI (gastrointestinal) tract tissues to support the functioning of the entire system
- Cleanses the intestines and provides antioxidant support
- Primes system for everyday and long-term healthy digestion and elimination
Triphala is a potent yet gentle three-fruit herbal complex that uniquely supports GI (gastrointestinal) tract wellness. Supported by emerging science and traditional use, Triphala sets the stage for better digestion and regular elimination to help you feel better.
Triphala offers a multitude of health benefits that get to the core of GI tract wellness. It revitalizes the mucosal tissues throughout the entire system, supports regular elimination, normalizes peristalsis (how the intestines move waste through the body), and provides nourishing antioxidants to the system.
Triphala is also widely known as an intestinal cleanser that works by gently stimulating the intestinal tract without irritating the bowelsâ€”which means you can take Triphala long-term without concern.
How Triphala works in the body exemplifies the underlying principle of traditional medicine, which is to maintain or restore balance in the body. Supported by emerging science, the three fruits of Triphala have formed the most highly revered herbal formula for GI health for more than 1,000 years.
If you are experiencing occasional bloating, gas, and elimination issues, Triphala can help you feel better, while also helping you maintain long-term GI tract health.Triphala Gold sales help support the Dunagiri Foundation
, which is dedicated to protecting rare and endangered Himalayan medicinal plants.
Working in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, India, the Dunagiri Foundation helps maintain the integrity of communities whose lives and economies rely on the sustainable harvest and cultivation of medicinal plants, while discouraging illegal wild harvesting practices in fragile ecosystems. Creating a symbiotic relationship between the villagers and environment helps protect long-term cultural livelihoods and ecological sustainability, and helps to ensure the future availability of endangered herbs that will help advance human health.