The word Triphala translates humbly into "three fruits." When those three fruits are combined in a specific ratio and extracted with water, Ayurveda says they are trasnformed, and quickly become far more than the sum of their parts.*
The ancient recipe of Triphala has been handed down for thousands of years and remains among the most famious of digestive tonics. It has been shown to be capable of supporting detox, gentle colon cleansing and regularity with reliability and safety.*
20 minutes is a good rule of thumb. Take it before your snack or meal.
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