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Phyllanthus emblica


Terminalia chebula


Terminalia bellirica





Triphala
Triphala

Price: 30 Baht / 350ml

Approximately 3 years ago (from Oct 2014) Noi began getting inquiries about Triphala (she pronounces it 'dee-palad'). After considerable research she was quite impressed with what she found so began experimenting with making it. Though most Triphala products on the market are sold worldwide in powder or capsule form (they are seasonal fruits/berries) she purchases the 3 fruits fresh in the Chiang Mai market as they are grown locally.

After sorting, cleaning and measuring Noi boils the berries for approximately one hour mashing them periodically, then filters out all the pulp to get the remaining juice and bottles it. Off season Noi uses the dried fruits for making her herbal juice.

There is a LOT of information on Triphala on the internet, I just copied down below a few paragraphs I found from what seem to be credible sources with links to the websites. Pretty impressive information!



Triphala (/trˈfɑːlə/ or /trˈfælə/; Hindi/Sanskrit: त्रिफला, triphalā [trɪˈpʰɐlaː], “three fruits”)is an Ayurvedicherbal rasayana formula consisting of equal parts of three myrobalans, taken without seed: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica), and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula).

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triphala

The 3 fruits:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phyllanthus_emblica
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminalia_bellirica
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terminalia_chebula





Triphala is comprised of equal parts of three herbal fruits: Harada, Amla and Bihara. The first fruit is believed to promote digestion and treat acute and chronic constipation. The second is believed to increase gastric emptying and possess antimicrobial properties. The third is a source of protein, oils and linoleic acid, an omega-3 essential fatty acid.

Reference: http://www.livestrong.com/article/530874-benefits-of-triphala-fruit/

Triphala: The Thai traditional herbal formulation for cancer treatment

ABSTRACT Nowadays, Thai herbal plants are widely accepted in alternative medicine for treatment patients suffering deleterious diseases such as cancer. Having a variety of indications, several herbal formulas including Triphala have been routinely used as health tonic in Thai traditional and Ayurvedic medicines. The formulation of Triphala is a mixture of fruits of three plants: Phyllanthus emblica Linn., Terminalia chebula Retz. and Terminalia bellerica (Gaertn.) Roxb., all of which were reported to inhibit the growth and induce the death of cancer cells effectively. Therefore, anticancer activities inevitably turn out to be one of the essential properties of Triphala formula as well. It is likely that a number of active compounds in the formula, especially tannins, are the key agents that induce the apoptotic cell death via free radical production in cancer cells. On the other hand, all three fruits of these plants also contain high levels of antioxidants, capable of protecting normal cells from any free radical-mediated injuries effectively. Thus, the paradoxical role of Triphala is cell-type specific and becomes an advantage for usage of this formulation. Furthermore, Triphala has high potentials for inhibition and prevention of mutagenesis and metastasis of cancer cells. Finally, studies in the mechanism of action of Triphala and the product development as well as safety evaluation of the standard herbal extract are definitely required for future pharmacological applications of Triphala as anticancer agents for cancer therapy.

Reference:
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/26634989_Triphala_The_Thai_traditional_herbal_formulation_for_cancer



(from the US National Library of Medicine – National Institutes of Health)

Scientific validation of the ethnomedicinal properties of the Ayurvedic drug Triphala: a review.

ABSTRACT: Triphala, a herbal formula composed of the three fruits of Terminalia chebula Retz. (Haritaki, Family: Combretaceae), Terminalia bellirica Roxb. (Bibhitaki, Family: Combretaceae) and Phyllanthus emblica Linn. or Emblica officinalis Gaertn. (Amalaki or the Indian gooseberry, Family: Euphorbiaceae) is considered to be a universal panacea in the traditional Indian system of medicine the Ayurveda. It has been described in the Ayurveda text as a "Rasayana' and to rejuvenat the debilitated organs. Ayurvedic physicians use Triphala for many ailments but most importantly to treat various gastrointestinal disorders. Scientific studies carried out in the past two decades have validated many of the ethnomedicinal claims and researches have shown Triphala to possess free radical scavenging, antioxidant, antiinflammatory, antipyretic, analgesic, antibacterial, antimutagenic, wound healing, anticariogenic, antistress, adaptogenic, hypoglycaemic, anticancer, chemoprotective, radioprotective and chemopreventive effects. Clinical studies have also shown that Triphala was found to have good laxative property, to improve appetite and reduce gastric hyperacidity. Studies have also shown that Triphala was effective in preventing dental caries and that this effect was equal to that of chlorhexidine. The current review addresses the validated pharmacological properties of Triphala and also emphasizes on aspects that need further investigation for its future clinic application.

Reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23239004


(from the US National Library of Medicine – National Institutes of Health)

Triphala inhibits both in vitro and in vivo xenograft growth of pancreatic tumor cells by inducing apoptosis.

CONCLUSION: Our preclinical studies demonstrate that Triphala is effective in inhibiting the growth of human pancreatic cancer cells in both cellular and in vivo model. Our data also suggests that the growth inhibitory effects of Triphala is mediated by the activation of ERK and p53 and shows potential for the treatment and/or prevention of human pancreatic cancer.

Reference: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18847491



Contemporary research on triphala

There is preliminary evidence that Triphala contains compounds with antioxidant properties in isolated cells and rats, however this has not yet been demonstrated in people. Triphala has significant immunostimulatory effects on cellular immune response, especially cytotoxic T cells and natural killer cells. Increases in the absolute number of these cells may provide a novel adjuvant therapy for HIV/AIDS positive people in terms of immunological improvement. Triphala extract significantly prevents selenite induced experimental cataractogenesis in vitro and in vivo for rats. Recently, triphala's active ingredient chebunilic acid have been found to have the anti-tumour activity through suppression of vascular endothelial growth factor-A (VEGF) action.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triphala



Modern Health Benefits of an Ancient Healing Compound

Ayurveda is a 5,000 year-old healing tradition rooted in ancient Indian culture. This vast body of healing knowledge – sometimes referred to as the "Mother of All Healing" – has recently come to the attention of Western medical researchers seeking novel therapeutic compounds. While screening a number of traditional Vedic formulas scientists discovered that one of the most revered of all Ayurvedic compounds – Triphala – exhibits a number of health benefits, including:
- Exhibits antioxidant activity
- Lowers cholesterol
- Normalizes blood pressure
- Inhibits HIV
- Reduces tumors in animals, and
- Protects and improves liver function

Triphala is a botanical preparation comprised of equal parts of three herbal fruits: Harada (Terminalia chebula, black myrobalan, The Buddha's Chosen Herb), Amla (Emblica officinalisor Indian gooseberry), and Bihara (Terminalia bellerica)

Reference: http://nutritionreview.org/2013/04/triphala/



OTHER READING:

http://www.naturalwellnessgirl.com/2013/04/triphala-benefits-uses/
https://www.planetherbs.com/specific-herbs/the-wonders-of-triphala.html
http://www.banyanbotanicals.com/info/blog-the-banyan-insight/details/triphala


 
 
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