Keva Triphala Tablet is anherbal remedy with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial effects. Keva Triphala Tablet may have various health benefits, such as improving oral and digestive health and supporting skin healing.
Keva Triphala Tablet, comprising Emblica officinalis, Terminalia chebula and Terminalia bellirica, also remedies digestion problems and helps patients who experience the thinning and graying of hair. Keva Triphala Tablet a is also helps cure urinary tract infections, clears the blood of impurities, helps diabetics and cures weak metabolism.
Key Ingredients: Keva Triphala Tablet is prepared from combining three myrobalans, namely Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Bhibitaki (Terminalia belerica) and Amalaki (Emblica officinalis). Each Triphala Tablet consists of:
· Terminalia chebula (Amla)
· Emblica officinalis (Baheda)
· Terminalia bellirica (Harar)
Amla (Emblica officinalis):It has calming and cooling effect that manages pitta, supporting the natural functions of the liver and the immune system.
It is also known as Indian gooseberry, amla is one of the oldest edible fruits known to India and plays an important role in Ayurvedic medicine. Because of its sour, sharp taste and fibrous texture, the berries are often pickled, soaked in sugar syrup or cooked into dishes to increase palatability. Indian gooseberry and its extract are used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat symptoms like constipation and also used in cancer prevention. Indian gooseberries are very nutritious and high in vitamin C, amino acids and minerals and also contain powerful plant compounds like phenols, tannins, phyllembelic acid, rutin, curcuminoids and emblicol.
Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica): It is effective for supporting the respiratory system as well as kapha accumulations in all systems.
Terminalia bellirica is a large tree that commonly grows in Southeast Asia. The fruit of the tree is used as a treatment for common ailments like bacterial and viral infections. It contains tannins, ellagic acid, gallic acid, lignans and flavones, along with many other powerful plant compounds that are thought to be responsible for its medicinal qualities. This potent herbal remedy has a variety of uses and may help treat a wide array of medical issues but in particular, it has been researched for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula):Even though it is heating by nature, it is still good for all three doshas (vata, pitta, and kapha) and is commonly known for its “scraping” effect, which removes toxins and helps maintain healthy levels of weight.
Terminalia chebula is a medicinal tree that grows throughout the Middle East, India, China and Thailand. This plant is known as “Haritaki” in Ayurveda, where the small, green fruit of the Terminalia chebula tree is used as medicine and is one of the main components of Triphala. It is held is such high esteem in Ayurveda that it is often referred to as the “king of medicines’ and has been used since ancient times as a remedy for a number of conditions, including heart disease, asthma, ulcers and stomach ailments. Haritaki contains phytochemicals such as terpenes, polyphenols, anthocyanins and flavonoids, all of which have powerful health benefits.
Indication:Indigestion, constipation, digestive disorders, Diabetes Relieves Stress and anxiety
Skin protectant: Triphala have a protective effect on the epidermis and on dermal fibroblasts, which are the cells in the dermis layer of the skin that help it recover from injury. Triphala also increased collagen production.
Constipation: This formulation aids improvement in bowel movement frequency, incomplete evacuation, and other symptoms associated with constipation.
Digestive health:Triphala helps improve peristalsis, or the movement of the intestines to remove waste. It can help inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria in the gut. It may also support the growth of beneficial bacteria. A balance of bacteria can help improve overall gut health.
Take 1-2 tablets twice a day half an hour befpre morning and evening meal or as directed by physician.