As per ayurveda:
Traditional Ayurvedic herbal formula of Triphala Churna (Powder) helps to balance all the three Doshas (Humors). It has properties of Tridosha balancing effects on three constitutional elements i.e. Vata (Air), Kapha (Water) and Pitta (Fire) govern the human body according to Ayurveda. It helps to expel Ama (unhealthy and undigested food material) from the body. It functions as a Dietary Support.
Directions for Use:
Serving Size: Take 5 grams (Half to one teaspoon) Triphala Churna (Powder) 2 times a day with fresh water 1-2 hrs after meals. Take the first dose after breakfast or soak 1 teaspoon in water overnight and drink in the morning or mix with water and drink or boil it on low heat, let it cool down to drinking temperature and drink; the left residue can be used to wash the face and hair. If you are mixing with other herbs, use Triphala Churna (Powder) proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.
Ayurvedic Lifestyle (Healthy Tips)
- Nutritional diet
- Morning walk
- Lukewarm water
- Amla powder
- Restful sleep
Foods to Favor
- Fresh fruits [papaya, blueberries, apple, peach, plum, grapes, and apricot]
- Vegetables [carrots, peas, broccoli, sweet potato, and pumpkin]
- Whole wheat pasta
- Brown rice
- Sesame seeds
- Flaxseed oil
Foods to Avoid
- Excessive sugary products
- White bread
- Potato chips
- Pan cakes
- Ice cream
- Junk food
- Non-vegetarian food
- Excessive oily food
- Food rich in salt taste
- Take a fibrous diet or fruits regularly.
- Take lukewarm water.
- Take proper sleep at night.
- Avoid excessive sugary products.
- Avoid dried food or snacks.
- Avoid suppression of natural urges.
- Avoid stress, anger or fear.
- Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
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