Standardized to 50% Tannins
Traditional Ayurvedic Herbs for Digestion and Purification The Science of Triphala Triphala (three fruits?) is a highly esteemed and widely utilized Ayurvedic formula for gastrointestinal health. Triphala is traditionally used to maintain a healthy colon,1 improve digestion, and rejuvenate and strengthen tissues.2,3 The digestive benefits of Triphala (Terminalia bellerica, Terminalia chebula and Phyllanthus emblica) may be due to:
Scavenging free radicals (antioxidant activity).2
Binding to a digestive hormone linked with occasional gastrointestinal upset.3
Increasing bile acid excretion and helping to maintain cholesterol levels already within the normal range.4 Dosha Guide In Ayurveda there are seven basic body constitutions resulting from the predominance of one or more energetic influences or Doshas. The Doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, influence physical, mental and spiritual health. Everyone is considered to be a unique combination of these three body influences. Your natural Doshic state of balance is called Prakruti. Triphala has been traditionally used for digestion, strengthening and rejuvenating tissues, and helping to balance the Doshas. Care for the Environment As a manufacturer, our actions can have a large impact on the environment. We always look for the most earth-friendly, sustainable choice. Savesta Triphala features:
Vegetarian tablets with no animal-derived ingredients
Extraction using only pure water, not toxic solvents
Sustainably wildcrafted fruits
Organic cotton stuffing
Organic peppermint oil for soothing aroma
Bottles that are easily recyclable #2 plastic, HDPE
Bottles are BPA free Guide to Being Well – Healthy Digestion
Eat well-balanced meals with fruits, vegetables, and whole grains at regular intervals.
Add fresh papaya and pineapple to your diet, which contain beneficial digestive enzymes.
Avoid eating when upset *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. References 1. Nadkarni AK. Indian Materia Medica. Vol. 1. Bombay, India: Popular Prakashan; 1976:480-4, 1202-10. 2. Vani T, et al. Int J Pharmacogn. 1997;35:313-7. 3. Dev S. Environ Health Perspect. 1999;107:783-9. 4. Nalini D, Kapoor R. Plant Foods Human Nutr. 1999;53:343-9.