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triphala (trēˑ·phä·lä),

n in Ayurveda, a rasayana formula used to enhance youthful energy, strength, and vitality. See also rasayanas.
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Triphala consists of Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), chebulic myrobalan (Terminalia chebula), and beleric myrobalan (Terminalia belerica).
Herbs like Guggulu, Dashamool, Shallaki, Triphala and Ashwagandha are used in the treatment of OA and have no side effects, so these can be taken for longer durations without any complications.
orbicularis, toxicity studies of various species, and the Ayurvedic drug formulation Triphala.
Organic Triphala powder 1 teaspoon three times daily in water or juice.
NEW YORK, May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- KeSARI, a new skin care line inspired by India's natural healing ingredients and ancient traditions, announces its first complete product collection, Triphala Radiance.
Triphala promotes healing of infected full-thickness dermal wound.
TRIPHALA (Bellirica myrobalan) Good for: This is a digestive aid, believed to relieve constipation.
Bangalore, India) containing aqueous extracts of Withania somnifera root, triphala and shilajith and the ethanolic extracts of Ocimum sanctum and Camellia sinensis leaves.
The latter may consist of a single herb, as in guduci curna (Nepali gurjo ko dhulo), a mixture of two or more herbs to be purchased separately but taken together, or a classical Ayurvedic herbal formula, pre-mixed (such as Avipattikar Curna, Triphala Curna, or Hingwashtak Curna).
2001, "Mineral content and microbial impurity of Triphala churna and its raw materials", Indian Drugs, 38(2), pp.
Triphala can be particularly useful in alleviating indigestion, which is more likely to occur during seasonal changes.