THE AYURVEDIC USES OF TRIPHALA, & NASYA Oil
Cleanse with TRIPHALA!
Triphala is an herbal concoction that’s been used for thousands of years in Ayurveda. Traditionally used as a bowel tonic, it’s often prescribed as a mild laxative. But while its laxative qualities are most widely known, the other benefits of this herb are perhaps even more noteworthy.
To understand Triphala’s impact, you can look at its contents and their effects on doshic balance. The name Triphala means “the three fruits” and it’s comprised of the Indian fruits amalaki, haritaki, and bibhitaki. …..Leo Carver
Triphala-powderTriphala is one of the most preferred remedial mixtures for effective bowel cleanser and this herbal amalgam offers great support to the digestive system and helps ensure that the digestion is optimal.
Triphala is not only an effective laxative but also a nutritional food supplement as it has very high nutritional values. Unlike other laxatives, Triphala doesn’t directly effect the liver and gall bladder to secrete digestive juices to digest food, rather, it works like a sponge that swells by absorbing fluid. Thereby, not only cleaning the intestinal tracts but also the liver and blood.
***But an overdose of anything is bad, an overdose of Triphala can cause uneasiness and can even make a person to vomit heavily.
Usage: 1½ tsp. 45 minutes after dinner or before the bedtime with warm water or juice or honey can be taken for optimal results.
The Magic of Nasya
By Jeff Perlman| October 30th, 2015|
By Jeff Perlman
Imagine taking a simple inhalation that is far more powerful than one of the hundreds of unconscious breaths you take each day. This inhalation carries the magic of an Ayurvedic herbal formula that not only awakens your perception, but also stimulates your intelligence and balances the mind.
And it’s legal.
The nose is the gateway into the head, sinuses and lungs, and our breath carries prana, “the life force,” which enters via the nasal passages and connects to our intelligence and consciousness. The practice of nasya not only delivers needed lubrication and medicine into the body, but also supports the digestion of prana, which governs all sensory-motor functions and cerebral activities. It can bring more focus and presence to a meditation and pranayama practice by heightening prana and mental acuity.
This is nasya, the Ayurvedic practice of lubricating and nasal passages with medicated ghee or herbalized oils as a vehicle for administering herbs to the nervous system and the rest of the body. This practice is especially important in conjunction with neti or Ayurvedic nasal irrigation with salt water, which clears out debris in the nasal passages, yet can often leave them dried out.
By Jeff Perlman
Benefits of TRIPHALA POWDER
2.Alleviates and corrects constipation
3.Tones the gastrointestinal tract
4.Triphala powder cleans bowel and normalizes the digestive system
5.Purifies the blood
6. Removes excess fats out of the body
7.Nurtures voice quality
8.Strengthens hair roots
9. .Enrich hair colour
10. Improves eyesight
11. It has various liver, blood cleansing and nutritional properties
12.It contains anthraquinones that help in stimulating peristalsis
Peristalsis – Wikipedia
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In much of a digestive tract such as the human gastrointestinal tract, smooth muscle tissue contracts in sequence to produce a peristaltic wave, which propels a ball of food (called a bolus while in the esophagus and upper gastrointestinal tract and chyme in the stomach) along the tract.
13.Rich in one of the powerful antioxidants, polyphenols, which reduces oxidative stress on the body
14. .High amount of vitamin C builds immunity
15.Maintains good reproductive health in both genders, nourishes and strengthens the respiratory tract and the lungs.
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