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Triphala (Triphala) Guggul is a unique composition of five plants that make up the "golden row" of medicinal herbs of Southeast Asia. The formula successfully combines the best qualities of all five plants and has a pronounced purifying and rejuvenating effect. It is most often used for complete and safe (even for weakened patients) body cleansing. This formula completely cleans the small and large intestines, liver, cervix, kidneys, lungs and even cells of the nervous system, removing a very dangerous fatty pigment - lipofuscin. Undoubtedly, the availability in the Russian market of such a unique Ayurvedic product will help to solve many of our health problems and prevent the emergence of very dangerous diseases of the new century.

Trifal Guggul is manufactured by the largest Indian pharmacological company, Dabur India Ltd., based on an ancient Ayurvedic formula. Each plant included in the preparation is revered in Ayurvedic, Tibetan, Chinese and Persian medicine. According to the ancient canons of "trifal" (translated as "three fetuses"), all five "primary elements" of the body are balanced. Three of these plants have long been used in phytoreceptors, used to prevent and treat a wide range of acute and chronic diseases.

The Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) is called the "king of all medicines." In translation from Sanskrit it means "a plant stealing diseases". In the Ayurvedic canons, it is said that haritaki can save a hundred ailments.

Harithaki equates vata-dosu (has adaptogenic, nootropic and sedative effect). The strongest antioxidants belonging to the group of anthocyanins are found in fruits of haritaki, which, due to the neutralization of free radicals, halt the damage to the endothelium of the arteries, the appearance of cross-linkages of the collagen protein, inhibition of cellular immunity, including anticancer, disorders of the colloidal balance of bile and urine. Due to the high content of hebulyic acid, the fruits of haritaki stimulate the activity of cytochrome 450 enzymes, which are responsible for the antitoxic function of the liver. Catechin plants provide hemostatic and vasoconstrictive effect.

Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) belongs to the group of mirabalapes and is one of the richest sources of vitamin C. Amalaki contains glycosides, saponins, natural antiseptics, catechins, various forms of ascorbic acid, combined with tannin complex and gallic acid, bioflavonoids and carotenoids with antioxidant properties. Amalaki equates pitta dosha (increases the ability of the liver to reduce the excess activity of catabolic hormones, for example, adrenaline). The fruits of amalaki prevent the development of atherosclerosis and various immune disorders of the body, as well as stimulate the production of erythropoietin, due to which the plant has long been used in the treatment of anemia.

The terminalia bellerica is a plant that is often used in many formulations along with harataki and amalaki. The fruits of bibhitake, rich in gallotannic acid, saponins and phytosteroids, balance kapha-dosha (normalize the level of insulin and estrogens). Bibhitaka removes excess mucus from the bronchi and restores the cough reflex, eliminates stagnation in the biliary system and pelvic organs.

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Triphala (Triphala) Guggul is a unique composition of five plants that make up the "golden row" of medicinal herbs of Southeast Asia. The formula successfully combines the best qualities of all five plants and has a pronounced purifying and rejuvenating effect. It is most often used for complete and safe (even for weakened patients) body cleansing. This formula completely cleans the small and large intestines, liver, cervix, kidneys, lungs and even cells of the nervous system, removing a very dangerous fatty pigment - lipofuscin. Undoubtedly, the availability in the Russian market of such a unique Ayurvedic product will help to solve many of our health problems and prevent the emergence of very dangerous diseases of the new century.

Trifal Guggul is manufactured by the largest Indian pharmacological company, Dabur India Ltd., based on an ancient Ayurvedic formula. Each plant included in the preparation is revered in Ayurvedic, Tibetan, Chinese and Persian medicine. According to the ancient canons of "trifal" (translated as "three fetuses"), all five "primary elements" of the body are balanced. Three of these plants have long been used in phytoreceptors, used to prevent and treat a wide range of acute and chronic diseases.

The Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) is called the "king of all medicines." In translation from Sanskrit it means "a plant stealing diseases". In the Ayurvedic canons, it is said that haritaki can save a hundred ailments.

Harithaki equates vata-dosu (has adaptogenic, nootropic and sedative effect). The strongest antioxidants belonging to the group of anthocyanins are found in fruits of haritaki, which, due to the neutralization of free radicals, halt the damage to the endothelium of the arteries, the appearance of cross-linkages of the collagen protein, inhibition of cellular immunity, including anticancer, disorders of the colloidal balance of bile and urine. Due to the high content of hebulyic acid, the fruits of haritaki stimulate the activity of cytochrome 450 enzymes, which are responsible for the antitoxic function of the liver. Catechin plants provide hemostatic and vasoconstrictive effect.

Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) belongs to the group of mirabalapes and is one of the richest sources of vitamin C. Amalaki contains glycosides, saponins, natural antiseptics, catechins, various forms of ascorbic acid, combined with tannin complex and gallic acid, bioflavonoids and carotenoids with antioxidant properties. Amalaki equates pitta dosha (increases the ability of the liver to reduce the excess activity of catabolic hormones, for example, adrenaline). The fruits of amalaki prevent the development of atherosclerosis and various immune disorders of the body, as well as stimulate the production of erythropoietin, due to which the plant has long been used in the treatment of anemia.

The terminalia bellerica is a plant that is often used in many formulations along with harataki and amalaki. The fruits of bibhitake, rich in gallotannic acid, saponins and phytosteroids, balance kapha-dosha (normalize the level of insulin and estrogens). Bibhitaka removes excess mucus from the bronchi and restores the cough reflex, eliminates stagnation in the biliary system and pelvic organs.

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