Triphala powder, has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. It has been described in various ancient Sanskrit texts including the Sushruta Samhita for its toxin cleansing, balancing and rejuvenating benefits. It was traditionally used to balance the doshas, slow down the aging process and strengthen the body.

– Gently cleanses and detoxifies at the deepest organic levels.
– Natural phytochemicals act as purgative and lubricating laxatives.
– High concentration of nutrients replenishes and rejuvenates the body.

Triphala powder is made from the dried powder of three different fruits, hence the name tri (Three) and phala (Fruit). It is a completely balanced energetic formula with equal parts of:

1. Phyllanthus emblica, Amalaki (Indian Gooseberry or Amla)
A sacred Indian tree, worshiped as Mother Earth, one of the most important and widely used herbs. Its nourishing fruit has one of the richest sources of natural Vitamin C, and has very high concentrations of antioxidants, minerals and amino acids.

2. Terminalia bellirica, Bibhitaki (Beleric Myrobalan)
A rejuvenating fruit with high quantities of tannins that purify and balance. Rich in essential fatty acids including linoleic.

3. Terminalia chebula – Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan)
A close relative of Bibhitaki, this fruit acts as a digestive aid and mild laxative.

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