- Herbal Infused Ghee with Triphala as a primary ingredient
- Helps to Lubricates and nourishes the eye and supports macular health
- Fosters healthy eyes and ease eye stress
- Renders nourishment to optic nerve and muscles
- Promotes the body's natural process of detoxification
- Supports healthy elimination of toxins from body tissues
- Enhances mind- body and sense organ co-ordination
Why will you love Triphala Gritham?
Triphala Gritham (derived from “Triphala” meaning three fruits and “Gritham '' meaning ghee) is an traditional Ayurvedic preparation with a pure cow’s ghee as a base (clarified butter). This is prepared by infusing ghee with three antioxidant rich fruits (Amalki, Haritaki & Vibhitaki) and other fourteen potent herbs, and it is commonly used as a preparatory formula for panchakarma. Triphala Gritham mainly supports eye and vision health. Due to its antioxidant properties, it helps to protect the eye from free radicals and inflammation. The herbs contained in this blend also improves the natural body cleansing mechanism. It promotes gradual release of accumulated ama from the gastro-intestinal tract thus promoting healthy digestion and assimilation of nutrients. Tripahala Gritham has immense benefits on body tissues, improves blood quality, and strengthens the liver function. It helps to cope up with day-to-day stress that can result in hair thinning and hair loss.
It helps to balance Vata and Pitta doshas. The nourishing quality of the ghee helps to remove dry and rough quality of Vata whereas Triphala and other cooling herbs counterbalance excessive Pitta. Ghee even acts as a natural preservative in the formulation and enhances bioavailability of the herbs to the target areas.
Why chose Athreya Triphala Gritham ?
Athreyas’s Triphala Ghritam stays true to the original recipe of the Ashtangahridayam (750 AD text book). This means you can expect our herbal ghee to be formulated with Triphala as the major ingredient, followed by nutrient-rich herbs along with a touch of jaggery and ghee (Ghee used is from family owned Local Farms). Our experienced team produces the Triphala Gritham in small batches, in a traditional family-owned pharmacy, to retain its effectiveness.
We handcraft this supplement and Athreya uses the special procedure called Grithammoorchana to reduce any ill effects of using the ghee as a raw material. And we use ghee from local farms.
Our expert practitioners (Ayurvedic Vaidyas classically trained in India) have carefully curated the ingredients for this all-natural blend. They select only ethically wildcrafted and certified organic ingredients. Organically grown plants come from organic farms. We ensure that the farmers do not use pesticides or toxic chemicals during the harvest or processing. We also source fresh ingredients, cultivated in the ideal topographical environment. Careful sourcing increases the quality of the ingredients and the effectiveness of the supplementation.
While we source ingredients in India, we manufacture the product in the USA. Here we use the purest natural whole herb, delivering it in a plant-based veggie capsule. So, unlike tablets, it does not contain any fillers, excipients, herbal extracts, binding agents, or additive chemicals. This guarantees you access to whole foods and traditional products. Our herbal supplements go through multiple quality assurance checks before they reach your doorstep. We offer only the best for your health and wellbeing.
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. Athreya Herbs products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. Advice on treatment or care of an individual patient should be obtained through consultation with a licensed healthcare practitioner.
Part used – Fruits, Seeds, Flowers, Leaves and Roots
Taste (Rasa) –, Bitter, Pungent, Astringent, Sweet, Sour
Quality (Guna) – Light
Potency (Veerya)– Cooling
Action on Doshas – Balances Vata and Pitta doshas
Active phytonutrients inside Triphala Gritham?
Triphala Gritham is a polyherbal combination which makes it an excellent source of bioactive compounds like phenols, curcuminoids, lignans, flavones, terpenes, and anthocyanins. As a result, Triphala Gritham has innumerable health and therapeutic benefits. Gallic acid is a common active phytoconstituent present in all the three herbs of Triphala and is reported to possess antioxidant and hepatoprotective activity.
How Triphala Gritham is made?
Triphala Gritham is prepared by infusing the ghee with the triphala and other 14 potent herbs. Firstly, the fresh herb juices are extracted, and the dry herbs are concocted. Ghee is then infused to this herb-water decoction by boiling these two together. The solid remnants are filtered out, leaving an oil and water soluble phyto-chemical preparation. The ghee serves a catalytic function, allowing the herbs for optimal absorption and their nutritional delivery.
Take one teaspoon, once or twice daily with warm water, or as directed by your health practitioner.
Please consult with your physician prior to the use of this product if you are pregnant, nursing, on medication, or have a medical condition. Do not use it if the seal is broken. Keep out of the reach of children.
Ayurveda Carrier Substances (Anupans) for Triphala Gritham (Hyperlink required for Anupans)
Universal – Hot water*
Kapha Dosha– Hot water*
Pitta/ Vata Dosha - Hot Milk*
*Anupana- Anupana is the carrier substance or vehicle that carries herbs into the body for proper assimilation. The herb becomes more potent when given with suitable Anupana.
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Vibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica), Amalki (Embelica officinalis), Vasa (Adhatoda vasica), Bhringraj (Eclipta alba), Pippali (Piper longum), Draksha (Vitis vinifera), Pilu (Salvadora persica), Kakoli (Polygonatum officinale), Mahameda (Malaxis muscifera), Shunti (Zingiber officinalis), Khanda Sharkara (Saccrhum officinarum), Padma (Nelumbium speciosum), Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa),Haridra (Curcuma longa), Daruharidra (Berberis aristata),Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra), Gritham (Cow’s Ghee)
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This item is gluten free, soy free, yeast free, GMO free, preservative free and is suitable for vegetarians.
Laboratory tested for purity of heavy-metal levels.
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