What is Triphala powder
This powder is a mixture of three different fruits originating from India. The fruits Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia Chebula) and Haritaki (Terminalia bellerica) are dried and mixed with a 1/3 product to make the powder. Triphala is primarily known to help with the bowel movements and to help with slow digestion.
Then you use Triphala
It is recommended that you start with about 1/2 teaspoon a day. You can gradually increase up to 1.5 teaspoons if needed.
Traditionally, Triphala drinks like tea. Just add the powder to hot water, stirring and let the tea cool down and then drink it. It should be remembered that the taste of the powder is bitter. In Ayurveda, taste is considered a ”start shot” that causes the body to react. For us North Africans, the bitter taste can be somewhat overwhelming and you can instead mix the powder into juice or eat it with honey. If you choose to make tea then you probably after a tag’s use start appreciating the taste and and associate it with a sweethearted experience. Triphala should preferably be taken in the evening for about half an hour before going to bed. If you wake up at night for toilet visits, you can use it in the morning instead. You should take it on an empty stomach, at least one hour after eating.
This powder is clean, natural and organic. The product is completely free of contamination and dilution, which means unchanged nutritional value. During manufacture, dyes, fragrances, synthetic solvents, pesticides / pesticides or other harmful chemicals are not used. The plants in the product come from regions where they grow under natural conditions to ensure its quality.
Certified according to ISO and GMP. Packaged in a foil bag containing a vacuum-packed product.
Each bag contains 100 grams.
Sustainable until May 2019