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DR.  WEIL: I'll tell you what I recommend, there is a herbal product from India. It's one of the most famous........herbal remedies it's called Triphala, it's a mixture of three fruits. It's a bowel regulator, not a laxative. It's something you stay on regularly. .... Give it a try. It can be very helpful.
A person taking Trifala regularly will feel pure, light and revitalized. Your body metabolism will be regularized and detoxified.

"Nature itself is the best physician."       Hippocrates

    Herbs help your body to stay alkaline and healthy. Prescription medications tend to make your body acid and making it susceptible to all kinds of new problems.

Triphala Ingredients are
Whole powdered fruits
and/or herbal (fruit) extracts of
  • Beleric myrobalan Bibhitaki,
  • Chebulic myrobalan (Terminalia chebula) i.e. Haritaki,
  • Emblic myrobalan Amalaki (Indian Gooseberry).  Amalaki (Amla, Indian Gooseberry, Emblic Myrobalan) :
Triphala is composed of three fruits, namely Harada (haritaki), Amla (amalaki) and Behada (bibhitaki). Triphala is the most popular Ayurvedic herbal formula of India, since it is an effective bowel regulator which also supports the body's strength. Because of its high nutritional value, Triphala uniquely cleanses and detoxifies at the deepest organic levels without depleting the body's reserves. This makes it one of the most valuable herbal preparations in the world

Amla (sanskrit) Which is sour, astringent, sweet, pungent, bitter and cooling; Works on the Lungs, Liver, Stomach and Heart. Amla has a sour flavor which corresponds to the pitta humour and the fire element in Ayurvedic medicine. Amla is a source of antioxidants, flavonoids, carotenoids, and Vit. C. It is the among the highest known land sources of vitamin C, Having 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange. This age and heat stable form of vitamin C in Amla is due to the presence of certain tannins that bind and inhibit its dissipation.

Haritaki (Harada, Chebulic Myrobalan) :

Harada has five of the six ayurvedic flavors but particularly a bitter flavor. It is associated with the vata humour as well as the air and space elements. It treats imbalances and diseases of the vata humour. The fruit, traditionally picked in the spring, is a rich source of tannins, amino acids, fructose, succinic acid and Beta Sitosterol. One of numerous studies of Harada demonstrated its 'anti-vata' or anti-spasmodic properties by the reduction of abnormal blood pressure as well as intestinal spasms. This confirms its traditional usefulness for heart conditions, spastic colon and other intestinal disorder

Here is how the three fruit Myrobalans help in the cleansing process :

a. The Emblic Myrobalan (Amla) is used to treat fire imbalances that include ulcers, inflammation of the stomach, intestines, constipation, diarrhea, liver congestion, eruptions, belching, gas infections and burning feelings throughout the body.

b.  The Chebulic Myrobalan (Harada) possesses laxative, astringent, lubricant, antiparasitical, alterative, antispasmodic and nervine properties. It is therefore used to treat acute and chronic constipation, nervousness, anxiety and feelings of physical heaviness.

c. The Beleric Myrobalan (Behada) is tonic, digestive and anti-spasmodic. Its primary flavor is astringent and the secondary is sweet, bitter and pungent. It targets imbalances associated with the kapha or mucus humour, corresponding to the earth and water elements in Ayurvedic medicine

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Triphala as an eye Rejuvenator

Triphala is also widely taken for all eye diseases including the treatment of conjunctivitis, progressive myopia, the early stages of glaucoma and cataracts. For these conditions, it is taken daily both internally as described above, as well as externally as an eye wash. Steep one tablespoonful of the powder or six tablets in an 8 ounce glass of water overnight. In the morning, strain the infusion through a clean cloth. The resultant tea is used to sprinkle over the eyes or used in an eyewash in an eyecup that can be readily purchased at most drug stores. One can drink the remainder in one or two doses, morning and evening. Taken in this way for at least three months, Triphala becomes an herbal eye tonic. The Haritaki present in Triphala contains eye rejuvenation properties.

For Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

In Irritable Bowel Syndrome, sometimes our dietary habits throw the digestive system out of synk.  As a result the body excretes water in the stools. It is the body's mechanism for removing irritable and improperly digested products. Triphala is a gentle bowel tonic excellent for chronic constipation and Irritable Bowel Syndrome, for clearing toxins from the bowel and balancing the doshas. It can be taken in powder or tablet form before retiring to bed.

What is the dosage of Triphala for Effective Bowel Movement ?

Normal Dosage is 2 tablets of triphala taken twice daily(With breakfast and just before bed). However, dose can be increased or adjusted depending on the bowel movements and the chronicity of the constipation or bowel disorder. The maximum dosage suggested should not exceed 6 tablets thrice daily. As a result, it may take two or three days to regulate the dose that is best. After the constipative tendencies are removed, usually within 15 days of daily application, it will no longer cause loose bowels.

Triphala is available in tablet form. However, it is beneficial if taken in powder form(tablet can be crushed) with water or Milk. Some people may not like the taste when taken in powder. Tablets can be taken with luke-warm water for best effects. Each bottle of Triphala contains 100 tablets.

A list below of some references in medical journals where practitioners and scientists have explained the uses of Triphala:

* Juss, S.S. Triphala Ð The Wonder Drug. Indian Med. Gazette. 1997, 131(6), 194-96.
* Kulkarni P.H. Clinical assessment of the effect of Sookshma Triphala in Lipoma. Ayurved Res. Papers II , Pune, 1995, 66-71.
* Kumar, K. and Junius, M. A spectacular case history of Pyoderma gangrenosum at the Ayurvedic Health Centre of South Australia. Biorhythm, 1995, 1-6.
* Vani, T. Antioxidant properties of the Ayurvedic formulation Triphala and its constituents. International J. Pharmacognosy. 1997, 35(5), 313-17.

Benefits of Triphala :

-  Useful for diabetics and healing.
- Triphala corrects the bowell,  cleanses and tones the gastro intestinal tract.
- It detoxifies the whole body and improves digestion and assimilation
- Triphala reduces high blood pressure and hypertension and improves blood circulation
- It acts as anti viral, anti bacterial, powerful anti oxidant, and has anticancer and and anti-allergy properties
- Triphala is also helpful in liver disorders, acts as an expectorant and corrects Diverticulitis (diverticulosis)
- Very Effective in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Ulcerative Colitis.
- Triphala is a powerful eye rejuvenator for treatment of conjunctivitis, progressive myopia, the early stages of glaucoma and cataracts.
- Highly anti inflammatory, anti viral and also stimulates bile-flow and peristalsis.
- Triphala Guggul is also very helpful in weight loss and reducing fat.

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