Triphala

Description

Triphala is a staple of Ayurvedic (Indian) practice used for well over 2,000 years. It is made from the dried powder of three different fruits, hence its name: tri (Three) and phala (Fruit). Amla (Emblica officinalis), Harada (Terminalia chebula) and Bihara (Terminalia bellirica) are mixed in equal parts to make a proper Triphala. It is said of Triphala; “No mother? Do not worry so long as you have Triphala.” Indian…

 

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Products Containing Triphala

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    buy nowHair, Skin & Nail Support

    Enhances outer beauty*

    In order to attain outer beauty, the body needs inner nourishment — particularly from nutrients that support the normal turnover of cells. Hair, Skin, & Nail Support contains herbs such as Horsetail, Alfalfa, and Nettles — all rich in minerals (like silica) that promote the healthy growth of hair, skin, and nail tissue, while also providing a source of antioxidants.*

    Herbs: Alfalfa, Burdock, Gotu Kola, Horsetail, Nettle, Triphala

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    buy nowTriphala Fruit

    Healthy digestion & elimination*

    Triphala is a gentle, traditional Ayurvedic formula comprised of an equal blend of three fruits. The blend is known for its synergistic and mild support for healthy digestion and cleansing.* As a supplement which is often used daily, Gaia Herbs chooses to source only certified organic Triphala to ensure the purity needed in a cleansing support product.*

    Herbs: Triphala

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