Triphala Guggulu or Triphala Guggul is one of the ancient Ayurvedic polyherbal formulations that delivers the combined benefits of Triphala, Pippali and Guggulu. It is a wonderful Ayurvedic Rasayana that works spectacularly to equalize all the three doshas in the body and is extremely helpful in removing harmful toxins or AMA from the body. As an antioxidant, it is used to detoxify the body and support the immune system. It is also known as Navakarshika Guggulu.
• 125 mg Amla (Indian Gooseberry) – Emblica officinalis
• 125 mg Bibhitaki – Terminalia bellirica
• 125 mg Haritaki – Terminalia chebula
• 125 mg Pippali (Long Pepper) – Pepper Longum
• 500 mg Guggulu – Commiphora wightii
Triphala Guggulu is treasured with following healing properties for your good health –
• Digestive stimulant
• Mild Laxative
• Intestinal Detox
• Anthelminthic or vermifuge
Gutika/ Tablet/ Capsule: 1-2 twice a day along with lukewarm water after meals or as directed by the medical practitioner should be taken for various health issues.
• Weight loss
Owing to its property to remove AMA doshas from the body, it effectively removes unwanted toxins from the body and increases Agni in the stomach. Additionally, it also lessens the accumulation of LDL cholesterol (i.e., Low-Density Lipoproteins or bad cholesterol) in the body, thus enabling further weight loss.
• Anal Fistula
In Ayurveda, Anal fistula is known as Bhagandara. The term Bhagandara symbolizes a wound or tear in the perianal or perineal area around the anus and is chiefly caused due to chronic constipation.
Enriched with Rechana (laxative) property, Triphala Guggulu helps keep constipation in check and effectively curtail the symptoms of anal fistula.
• Diabetic macular oedema
Diabetic macular oedema is a common cause of visual impairment in diabetic patients. Oral administration of Triphala Guggulu could show improvement in the thickness of the retina and visual acuity.
In Ayurveda, since centuries, it is strongly recommended for the treatment of constipation. It actively improves the secretion of bile by the liver, which in turn, works on the peristalsis movement of the intestines and liver, thereby enabling smooth passage of faecal matter and wastes from the large intestine.
• Hemorrhoids or piles
Owing to its Vata balancing and Rechana (laxative) properties, Triphala Guggulu helps to treat and prevent piles by boosting the digestive fire and remedying constipation.
This formulation extensively helps to clear away the uric acid crystals from the joints thus providing relief from gouty arthritis.
Triphala Guggul is primarily marked unsafe for pregnant women as it can stimulate the uterus and spur menstrual flow leading to a sudden miscarriage or early labour pain. Also it should be avoided in case of lactating mothers.
If taken more than the prescribed amount, the medication could cause certain side effects, that are usually detected in the form of stomach irritation, nausea, irregular menstrual cycle, and menstrual discharge.
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