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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 the most highly revered of all Ayurvedic herbal formulas, and has been traditionally used for more than 1,000 years to revitalize and maintain GI tract wellness. Made from three powerful yet gentle fruits, Triphala helps reduce occasional intestinal discomfort, cleanses and strengthens the system, supports regularity, and supports the GI tract with antioxidants.•
â€œI sat as an apprentice student with various Ayurvedic doctors and watched their prescriptions. I never saw a single patient to whom Triphala was not given on a daily basis.â€ Michael Tierra, L.Ac., O.M.D.
Triphala is one of the oldest and most highly revered compounds in the 5,000-year tradition of Ayurveda. This formulation combines three unique sour and astringent fruits that are legendary for their health-promoting effects: amla (Emblica officinalis), behada (Terminalia belerica), and harada (Terminalia chebula). In Ayurveda, Triphala is considered to be the most balanced of all herbal compounds, and it is the cornerstone of herbal therapies in India.
The underlying principle of Ayurveda is helping to maintain health or bring the system back into balance. Key to this goal, Triphala supports both digestion and elimination, while providing nourishing and nurturing tonifiers.
Planetary Herbals introduced Triphala to the US natural products market over 30 years ago, and we remain the #1 brand of Triphala.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.