*Triphala Ghritham is a combination of three antioxidant-rich Ayurvedic fruits: Amalaki, Haritaki, and Vibhitaki. To prepare Triphala Ghritham the three fruits along with another fourteen other herbs are concocted with ghee (clarified butter). It is commonly used in the preparatory procedures for panchakarma.
*Benefits include maintaining good eye health, relieving burning sensation, relieves discomfort in the eye, rejuvenates the eyes, helps in calming mind, improve hair health, normalize bowel movements, rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
Suggested Use: One teaspoon, one to two times a day, before food or as advised by your health practitioner.
HARITAKI: Terminalia Chebula
VIBHITAKI: Terminalia Bellerica
AMALAKI: Embelica Officinalis
VASA: Adathoda Vasica
BRINGARAJ: Eclipta Alba
PIPPALI: Piper Longum
DRAKSHA: Vitis Vinifera
PILU: Salvadora Persica
KAKOLI: Frittilaria Roylei
MAHAMEDA: Pollygonettum Verticillatum
SHUNTI: Zingiber Officinalis
KHANDA SHARKARA: Saccrhum Officinarum
PADMA: Nelumbium Speciosum
PUNARNANVA: Boerhaavia Diffusa
HARIDARA: Curcuma Longa
DARUHARIDRA: Coscinium Fenestratum
YASHTIMADHU: Glycyrrhiza Glabra
GRITHAM: Cows Ghee