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Showing posts with label Triphala benefits. Show all posts

What Is Triphala? What Are The Benefits Of Triphala? And How To Prepare And Use Triphala?

 


Amalaki, bibhitaki, and haritaki are three of the most essential Ayurvedic medicines that make up Triphala ("the three fruits").


  1. Amalaki is good for pitta,
  2. bibhitaki is good for kapha,
  3. haritaki is good for vata.

All three doshas and all seven dhatus are rejuvenated and strengthened by this combination, which also balances ojas, tejas, and prana and is a moderate laxative.


  1. Triphala should be taken in the evening, at least 1 hour after dinner.
  2. To 1 cup boiling water, add 12 to 1 teaspoon triphala powder.
  3. Steep for 10 minutes, or until the water has cooled to a drinkable temperature. Before drinking, drain off the herbs or leave them at the bottom of your cup.

It's possible that you won't enjoy the taste of triphala at first—it may be extremely unpleasant. However, if you use it on a regular basis, your health will undoubtedly improve, and the taste will ultimately become less terrible.

 

Triphala can also be consumed in the following ways:


1. Sprinkle 12 to 1 teaspoon dry triphala powder on your tongue and drink warm water.

2. Triphala works as a moderate diuretic in some persons and may cause sleep disturbances if taken at night. If you're one of these folks, drink the tea first thing in the morning and it'll start working in about an hour.

3. If you don't like the flavor of triphala, combine it with honey and consume it that way.


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