Triphala’s benefits are famed in India – there is no doubt about that- However many of us here in the West are not as familiar with the benefits of Triphala and its healing qualities.
We haven’t really ranted and raved like we should have about the powerful benefits of Triphala and all of its uses.
In the naturopathic scene, many are aware that is a very well known tonic (again, especially in India), gentle on the system and actually quite excellent for almost anyone to take.
In India, there are several common place sayings about Triphala, “No Mother? No worry as long you have Triphala in your life” &
“When in doubt, take Triphala”
What is it that makes this 3-fruit herb so powerful? Well, one primary principle of all systems of natural medicine is that almost all ailments are caused by gastrointestinal disturbances.
Our ability to maintain health is from how our bodies are able to use the nutrients we take in through our digestive tract.
If there are disturbances, malabsorbtion and so on, the body has a vastly more difficult time recovering or even staying in a constant state of radiant health.
This is why Triphala is so important and its uses yield so many benefits.
In the below video, holistic health expert Carrie Demers MD. talks about benefits of Triphala. One amazing point she makes is how Triphala is immune-modulating. Usually when we think of something that is cleansing, we think of it being eliminating.
Triphala is also nourishing and fortifying which is a unique mixture, making it excellent for a vast amount of people.
Apart from that, you’ll find out:
- What’s inside Triphala
- Why Triphala works better than other cleansing herbs
- Who can take Triphala
- How to take Triphala
- Why it’s a good idea to gradually increase the dose
- And much more
To get the best cleansing effect, mix it with Shilajit. For rejuvenating purposes, make sure to take Triphala right after you wake up with warm water to get the most of its benefits.