Triphala has long been used in Ayurveda, a healing system that originated thousands of years ago in India. Today it is used to treat a number of health conditions.
In Ayurvedic medicine, Triphala is considered a tridoshic rasayana. This means Triphala supports all three doshas: air/space, fire/water, and water/earth. Doshas are the elements responsible for physical, mental, and emotional health.
In Sanskrit, Triphala means “three fruits.” Triphala is a combination of just that: Indian gooseberry, black myrobalan, and belleric myrobalan. It is available in powder, juice, tincture, extract, capsule, or tablet form.
Triphala can be found online and in many natural food and supplement stores. This article will discuss its purported health benefits, side effects, dosages, drug interactions, and more.
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