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Taste Profile

It has a mix of sour, sweet, bitter and astringent taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Triphala is prepared as a tea.
  2. It can also be used as an ingredient in herbal mixes.


Triphala is a medicinal herb that is a blend of fruits such as amalaki, haritaki and bibhitaki. It is considered the most used herbal remedy in the world.

Health benefits

  • Triphala contains anti-inflammatory properties which helps to fight against heart diseases.(1)
  • It also helps to prevent and cure cancer.(1)
  • It contains antimicrobial properties which can help prevent plaque formation and gum inflammation.(1)
  • It helps in weight loss.(1)
  • Triphala is effective to reduce constipation, abdominal pain and improves consistency of bowel movement.(1)

Selection Guide

Check for the "Best before" date while purchasing.


Too much consumption of triphala can cause gastrointestinal problems. It may also result in dehydration. Pregnant women must also avoid triphala as it may cause diarrhea.(2)

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