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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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Synthesis of silver nanoparticles using extract of neem leaf and triphala and evaluation of their antimicrobial activities.
A crossover study was designed to compare de novo plaque formation 24 hours after the use of triphala in comparison to HiOra[C] (a commercially available herbal rinse), CHG (% not provided), and a CPC rinse (Colgate[R] Plax[R]; % not provided), but no negative control group.
Maha Yogaraja Guggulu, Chandraprabha Vati and Triphala guggulu are available in Indian market.
This column will briefly explore anti aging properties of Triphala and Chebula species of Terminalia because it has potent anti-aging benefits.
Long used in Ayurveda, triphala (the word is derived from the Sanskrit tri, three, and phala, fruits) is an antioxidant-rich herbal formulation that combines the dried fruits of T.
The herbs like Guduchi, Pippali, Triphala together with probiotics helps an individual to Stay Active, Stay Alert.
Sheeladevi, "Effect of Triphala on oxidative stress and on cell-mediated immune response against noise stress in rats," Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, vol.
II--Natural Agents--Propalis, Triphala, Meswak, Tree tea oil, Morinda Citrifolia, green tea polyphenols and Arctium Lappa.
The two remedies chosen for this study were triphala eye drops and Saptamrita Lauha tablets.
The evaluation of the radioprotective effect of Triphala (an ayurvedic rejuvenating drug) in the mice exposed to gammaradiation.