For Healthy Digestion and Elimination
Ayuna Triphala is an Ayurvedic combination of three different fruits such as Amalaki, Hareetaki and Vibhitaki, used traditionally for healthy digestion and excellent rasayana dravya (rejuvenating herbal combination).
60 Hard Vegetable capsules
Triphala is an Ayurvedic combination of herbs for the Rejuvenation (Rasayana)
Emblica officinalis, 300mg
(Dry extract equal to 900mg)
Terminalia belerica, 100mg
(Dry Extract equal to 400mg)
Terminalia chebula 200mg
(Dry Extract equal to 700mg)
Traditionally in Ayurvedic Medicine as:
- Good natural source of vitamin C.
- Rich Antioxidant and helps in Rejuvenation (Rasayana)
- Relieves gas and constipation
- Good Cleanser
- If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store below 30oC.
- Bottle sealed for your protection. Do not use if tamper evident seal is broken or missing.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight
- Not advised during pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Adults – Take 1-3 capsules each day with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Children over 12 years – Take one capsule daily with food. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional
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