Haritaki: This tree is the source of many chemicals like Tannic acid, Chebulinic acid, Gallic acid, resin, Anthraquinone, Sennoside, mucilage, Chebulinic, Terchebin, Palmitic acid, Stearic acid, Oleic acid, Linoleic acid, Behenic acid etc. Haritaki is added in a variety of Ayurvedic formulations which are used as supplements for maintaining health. Haritaki is also known as Harara or Chebulic Myrobalan.
It is a commonly used herb in India for relieving constipation. It acts very effectively and mildly on the stomach. Haritaki strengthens the digestive system and improves its functioning. It helps to clear blockages in the stomach.
Bibhitaki: The fruits bear astringent properties and are used for multiple purposes. Dried powder of Baheda fruit pulp is used for making Vara Churna. Bibhitaki is also known as Baheda or Bellerica Myrobalan.
It improves the functioning of the liver and increases the count of red blood cells. Bibhitaki is a rejuvenator and a laxative herb. It helps to relieve constipation. Bibhitaki is efficient in controlling bleeding in sputum and eases bronchospasm. It enhances the immunity and is helpful in maintaining the blood pressure and cholesterol. It is helpful in arresting bleeding of wounds. Its anthelmintic properties help to expel parasitic worms from the stomach.
Amalaki: is one of those fruits which is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. The fruit has abundance of flavonoids, polyphenols and carotenoids besides the richness of vitamin C which is found in this fruit in large amounts as compared to any other herb. Amalaki also known as Amla. It is commonly known as Indian Gooseberry.
It is one of the nature’s richest source of vitamin C and forms a part of Rejuvenation therapy or Rasayana therapy. It provides nutrition to the body and effectively eliminates toxins from the body. It is used in fresh and dried forms. This wonderful fruit has innumerable properties and works on several ailments.
Product Weight (gms) : 100 gm
Dosage : Two to three grams of this powder should be mixed with warm water and consumed in the evening time.
|S. No.||Herb Used||English Name||Latin Name||Quantity|
|1.||Haritaki||Chebulic Myrobalan||Terminalia chebula||33.33 gm|
|2||Bhibhitaki||Belleric Myrobalan||Terminalia bellerica||33.33 gm|
|3.||Amalaki||Indian Gooseberry||Emblica officinalis||33.33 gm|
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