Benefits of Triphala powder:-
Organic Amla, Haritaki, Bibikati sourced from organic and natural farms
What is Triphala?
Triphala is a mix of Amla, Harikati and Bibikati
What should I check for before buying Triphala?
For Triphala to have the desired effect, ensure it is purchased in 1:2:3 ratio which means that in a 60 gram pack, 10 gram must be Haritaki, 20 gram Bibikati, 30 gram Amla. (Our recipe follows this ratio)
Where are ingredients of Triphala grown?
Amla is usually grown on the Indian gooseberry tree
Harikati is usually cultivated from the seeds of the Terminalia chebula tree
Bibikati is usally cultivated from the fruit of the Terminalia berecilla tree
What nutrients is Triphala rich in?
In one teaspoon (2.8 grams) of Triphala powder, there is:
Protein: 0 grams
Fat: 0 grams
Carbohydrates: 3 grams
Fiber: 1 gram
Sugar: 0 grams
The three fruits in Triphala each have important nutrients:
Amla is high in vitamin C, essential minerals, and amino acids. It also has powerful antioxidants, such as phenols, tannins, and curcuminoids. Antioxidants help prevent damage to your cells that can lead to serious diseases such as cancer. Some test-tube studies show that gooseberry extract may have anti-cancer properties. More studies are needed to understand the benefits for humans.
Bibhitaki contains many antioxidants, such as ellagic acid, tannins, lignans, and flavones. The compounds may help to improve blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity, as well as provide anti-inflammatory effects.
Haritaki contains vitamins and minerals such as: