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Herbal extracts have been used for the treatment of diseases since ancient times.


Literature is full of studies claiming health benefits of numerous herbs. Triphala is a polyherbal extract which consists of equal proportion of three herbs; Emblica officinalis linn from Euphorbiaceae family, Terminalia bellerica Roxb. from Combretaceae family and Terminalia chebula Retz. from Combretaceae family.

Amla Has Your Stomach Covered

Emblica officinalis linn is found in rainy forests of India. Its common name in English language is Gooseberry, Amla in Hindi and Amlakan or Amlaki in Sanskrit language. Fruit of E. officinalis has six lobes and three segments, its color is light green and it is juicy in nature. Width of E. officinalis is 1.5 cm-2.5 cm. Middle portion of E. officinalis’ fruit is hard and nonedible while inner portion is soft and edible. Ripened fruit of E. officinalis has strong acidic taste and it is red in color.

Components of E. officinalis’ fruit are gallic acid, chebulagic acid and mucic acid etc. They also contain high concentrations of flavonoids and tannins. Numerous studies have reported presence of abundant amount of Vitamin C along with proteins and minerals.  Fruit part also has fibers, iron, glucose and calcium.

Fruit of E. officinalis provides protection against stomach injuries, liver inflammations, diabetes, diarrhea and radiation. It has also been reported as antifungal and antibacterial agent. Fruit of E. officinalis has reported to be involved in inhibition of chopping down of DNA.  When mice were treated with E. officinalis there was noteworthy increase in white blood cells.

Bibhitaki Against Invaders
Terminalia bellerica Roxb. is native to desert area of India and forest area of Maharashtra, Punjab, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. In English it is named as Beleric Myrobalan. In Sanskrit and Hindi it is referred as Bibhitaki and Baheda respectively. Shape of T. bellerica Roxb.’s fruit is like a drop of water. It is 2 cm-3 cm long and 1cm-2 cm wide.

Biologically active components of T. bellerica Roxb.’s fruit are lignins, ellagic acid, glycosides, gallic acid and carbohydrates. Oil content of T. bellerica Roxb.’s fruit is 30-40%. Its fruit is reported to have beneficial effects against diabetes, free radicals, inflammation, worms, constipation and diarrhea etc. It purifies blood and keeps brain healthy. It has an ability to kill variety of disease causing bacteria such as P. aeurginosa, A. niger and S. aureus. It helps body to fight against diseases and its high concentration of gallic acid enables body cells to defeat harmful invaders.

Study on mouse revealed that T. bellerica Roxb. activates various disease fighting cells in body. It has been concluded from experimental studies on mouse that gallic acid is that component of T. bellerica Roxb. which activates and facilitates body’s defense system.

Harra Will Get Your Own Weaponry Ready for Combat
Terminalia chebula Retz. is local to different states of India such as Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. 


In English Terminalia chebula Retz. is known as Chebulic Myrobalan. In Hindi it is named as Harra or Harad while in Sanskrit it is referred as Abhaya.

Fruit of T. chebula is oval in shape and its surface has wrinkles on it. It is 2 cm-4 cm long and 1.5 cm-2.5 cm broad. Major constituents of T. chebula is tannins like terflavin A, gallic acid, ellagic acid and chebulinic acid, they ranges from 30-40%. Flavonoids such as quercetin, luteolin and rutins are also part of T. chebul. Additionally they are composed of carbohydrates, phytochemicals, fats and proteins.

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It is because of these biologically active components that the fruit of T. chebula have been used in herbal medicines for the treatment of lungs, stomach, skin and urinary system problems. T. chebula has also been reported to have antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activity.

Experiments were performed on the aqueous extract of T. chebula to analyze its activities for defense system of living body. Results showed 102% increase in white blood cells. Extract of T. chebula has also raised antibodies in mouse. Chebulagic acid, ellagic acid and gallic acid are contributing to the antioxidant property of T. chebula; antioxidant is an agent which fights free radicals. Free radicals can cause inflammation in body.

Triphala Churna is Worthy of Permanent Place in Medicine Cabinet
Triphala as described earlier is synthesized by mixing same quantity of E. officinalis, T. bellerica and T. chebula. This mixture is rich in biologically active components such as gallic acid, ellagic acid, chebulgic acid, flavonoids, glycosides, carbohydrates, proteins, fats and tannins which make Triphala essential for healthy functioning of body.

Triphala is mentioned as blood purifier, face washer, cleanser and it is also used as eye drops for the treatment of eye infections such as redness of eyes, conjunctivitis and pain in eyes. It is effective against teeth cavities. It is also used for the treatment of headache, constipation and liver diseases. Various literatures have cited anticancer, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antidiabetic and antioxidant properties of Triphala. The biological constituents of Triphala boost up defense mechanism of body.



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