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A traditional Ayurvedic formulation of three beneficial herbs which boost proper digestion of food and helps in bowel movement.
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Trifla Capsule – For a better Digestive System
A traditional Ayurvedic formulation of three herbs which help in bowel movement. Ayurveda holds that most of the health problems in human beings are due to faulty or incomplete digestion. This combination of three herbs (Amalaki, Bahera, and Haritiki) is very beneficial to boost proper digestion of food, reduce cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure, improve liver function, and also takes care of the urinary, reproductive and nervous system.
Each capsule contains:
- Haritki (Terminalia Chebula) : 165 mg
- Bahera (Terminalia Belirica): 165 mg
- Amalaki (Emblica Officinalis): 170 mg
- Provides overall support for digestive function
- Ensures that the digestive tract works at the optimal level
- Aids digestion & relieves constipation
- Acts as a detoxifier
- Cleanses gastrointestinal tract
- Helps in treating diabetes
- Treats eye disease
- 1 capsule twice a day with water 30 minutes after the meal or as directed by the physician
- Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
- Due to its detoxifying nature, many toxins may get released at once and you may feel a headache, nausea, gas, upset stomach or diarrhoea.
- In the case of diarrhoea, dysentery and pregnancy, you are suggested to take advice from your physician.
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More on Digestive Problems:
What are Digestive Problems?
The most complicated and extensive system of human body is digestive system. Digestion doesn’t happen only in the stomach but it starts right in the mouth and ends at the rectum. The system helps our body to absorb the essential nutrients from the food we eat and removes the waste.
Digestive problems can vary from an embarrassing gas situation to uncomfortable heartburn. These problems should not be ignored and be treated well in time; else they can lead to more serious, chronic situations.
Read about the problems which may occur related to digestive system:
- Acid Reflux or GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease): This is a disease when stomach acid backs up or refluxes into your oesophagus. The burning of your chest or heartburn happens due to this disease. Increased intake of tea or coffee, oily, spicy, or fried foods, antibiotics, or painkillers leads to acidity. An aggressive nature, low level of physical activity, late night work schedules, improper eating habits, consumption of alcohol, and carbonated drinks also lead to acidity and heartburn.
- Gallstone: Gallbladder is an organ in our body that stores and secretes bile for digestion. Gallstones are the hard deposits that form in the gallbladder. Usually, people with obesity, high cholesterol, and diabetes are more prone to gallstones. The size of stones may vary from few mm to several cms. Body weight, food habits, diabetes, high cholesterol, or genetic predisposition may be the reasons for the formation of gallstones.
- Diverticulitis: The formation of small pouches called diverticula in the colon (inside large intestine). The inflammation of diverticula leads to diverticulitis. Obesity is found to be the main reason for this problem.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): It is a very common digestive problem that has affected a large number of people around the world. It has been found that this disease is linked to anxiety and stress. Apart from this, excessive alcohol, caffeine, or carbonated drinks may also trigger this situation. A headache, mucus/blood in stools, abdominal pain, nausea are symptoms of IBS.
- Constipation: A situation in which you are unable to defecate properly and smoothly. Inability or difficulty in passing very hard stool is known as constipation. Improper food habits and incorrect lifestyle may lead to a faulty bowel movement. If this problem is not treated well in time, it may lead to fissures, piles, indigestion or lack of appetite.
- Increased intake of tea or coffee, oily, spicy, or fried foods, antibiotics, or painkillers leads to acidity.
- An aggressive nature, stress, fear, anxiety, jealousy, sorrow, low level of physical activity, late night work schedules, improper eating habits, consumption of alcohol, and carbonated drinks also lead to acidity and heartburn.
- Chest pain
- Abdominal pain
- Rectal bleeding
- Lack of appetite
- Pain in anus while defecating
- Heaviness of body
What to Eat More?
- Multigrain bread, cereals
- Brown rice, whole wheat pasta, oats
- Fruit like apples, avocados, banana, berries, watermelon, grapes, papaya, peaches, kiwi, mangoes, pears
- Vegetables like beans, cauliflower, broccoli, beets, carrots, corn, cucumbers, mushrooms, onion, peas, spinach, tomatoes, turnips, radishes, vegetable juices
- Protein-rich items like eggs, fish, lean meat, peanut butter, poultry, seeds, tofu, nuts
- Plenty of fluids
What to Eat Less?
- Spicy, acidic, fatty, fried, processed foods
- Artificial Sweetener
- Alcohol & Caffeine
- Super sweet or salty items
- Spoiled Foods
- Develop a habit of drinking water in the morning.
- Take a powdered mixture of mishri, fennel, and green cardamom in equal parts. Mix 1 teaspoon of the mixture in a glass of cold milk and drink at times of heartburn.
- Mix together equal parts of powdered fennel, licorice root, basil leaves, and coriander seeds. Take ½ teaspoon of this mixture with a ½ teaspoon of powdered mishri 15 minutes before lunch and dinner.
Facts for You:
- A normal person typically pass gas 13 to 21 times a day.
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