It is a totally wild scene here. I am at the program being run by Paramahamsa Nithyananda. The program is about developing the ability to increase intuition and there are some remarkable events showing up. For instance, the other day about 90% of over 2000 participants shared that they had intuitively recognized various objects using their third eye.
These bacteria cause us to be healthy or unhealthy. Research has indicated that when we change the bacterial composition in us we then change our health.  We know that haritaki is amazing at eliminating bacteria that is harmful to us, and fostering bacteria that is helpful to us. Looking at the effects of haritaki through this lens we see how potent it can be for massive transformation of our bodies, as Paramahamsa Nithyananda discusses with us regularly.

Antineoplastic agents: Based on an in vitro study, a 70% methanol extract of Terminalia chebula fruit may decrease cell viability, inhibit cell proliferation, and induce cell death in a dose-dependent manner in several malignant cell lines (37). Based on animal study, Terminalia chebula may prevent ferric nitrilotriacetic acid (Fe- NTA)-induced renal tumorigenesis in Wistar rats (38), and Triphala (a combination of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellerica, and Emblica officinalis) may reduce benzo(a)pyrene-induced forestomach papillomagenesis in mice (39).
Haritaki’s exalted status is reinforced by its connection to the Medicine Buddha, who is often depicted holding haritaki fruit6 or a flowering branch of the haritaki tree.7 This placement speaks volumes to the veneration of haritaki by Tibetan healers. To some, this correlation goes even deeper, seeing the very presence of haritaki as a reflection of the Buddha’s nature, as one doctor has written: “Myrobalan (haritaki)[…]underlines the nature of the Buddha of Healing.”8 Knowing this correlation, it is not surprising to learn that haritaki plays a central role in Tibetan medicine, and in fact, haritaki is called “the king of medicine.” As “the king,” it is present in almost all Tibetan herbal formulas!9 This certainly isn’t out of convenience, as haritaki does not grow in Tibet and needs to be imported.10
Hi Lybrate User To get rid of your problem you need protein and fiber rich diets. You have to take luke warm water in sufficient amount. You can take Tablet Erandbharast Haritaki 2 tablets before going to bed with lukewarm water. Go to sleep early and get up early. You can also use esbagol husk with lukewarm water. These all are side effects and addiction free medicine and methods to cure your problem. For further needful you can consult me privately. Tc thanks Regards!
Turmeric is a powerful spice. It reduces the inflammation in your body, but it also helps to absorb nutrients and cleanse your blood. Some Indian gurus put the turmeric paste on their foreheads claiming it helps to clear the brain from neurotoxins and awakens the third-eye.  Turmeric is still a great thing to try, whether in a form of a supplement or a tea.
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula Retz., Family: Combretaceae) possesses a great therapeutic value and is widely distributed in India, up to an altitude of 1500 m. Though Terminalia chebula Retz is the only botanical source of Haritaki, the uses of its varieties along with their sources, identifying features and therapeutic uses are described in Ayurvedic classics and other medical literature. In the present study, a detailed review has been carried out on different varieties of Haritaki.

One of the highlights the time here is seeing the rapid improvement in third eye reading by the adults and children. Each day more and more people show skills. Today a friend, Sylvia from Vancouver, came to me and told me that she was asked to read with her third eye what another person was thinking. She said that she scanned for about 2 minutes and then saw me. She said,” Dheera?” She was correct, the other person, another friend of mine had decided to visualize me. Sylvia was really happy to have that image appear for her and have it confirmed.
Haritaki is one main key ingredient in triphala and famous rejuvenating herb. Common names of Haritaki are Indian hog plum and Indian walnut. It is miraculous fruit with immense healing power. Most important point about this herb is that it increases longevity and it is good liver tonic. It is natural compound that is very essential for promoting overall body health and for the support of digestive system and functioning. According to Ayurvedic medicinal system powdered form of this herb is used in the treatment of intermittent and chronic fevers, polyuria and anemia.
The name Haritaki Plus is given to this product because it has two qualities. The first is the herb itself, and the qualities it brings to the table. The second is the fact that it is blessed by a mystic, to awaken spiritual powers, including enlightenment. That mystic is Paramahamsa Nithyananda, an enlightened master from South India. The web site, http://www.haritaki.org contains more information. The Google Plus link, https://plus.google.com/112669594878603826780/posts/W1JjAB4U38q also has more information.
Hepatotoxic herbs: Based on animal studies, a 95% ethanol extract of Terminalia chebula fruit may prevent hepatotoxicity caused by rifampicin, isoniazid, and pyrazinamide (given in combination) in a subchronic mode (12 weeks) (10). Based on studies in rats, treatment and pretreatment of cultured rat primary hepatocytes with an aqueous extract of Terminalia chebula fruit or with HP-1 (an herbal formulation containing Terminalia chebula) may reverse tert-butyl hydroperoxide (t-BHP)-induced cell cytotoxicity and lactate dehydrogenase leakage and significantly lower serum levels of liver enzymes (48; 49; 2).
According to a study published in the 2009 issue of “Cell Biochemistry and Function”, Haritaki may be effective in fighting oxidative stress because of its antioxidant properties. Test were conducted on aging rats and the results showed  that using haritaki for treatment helped in improving the  levels of several powerful antioxidants such as vitamin C, vitamin E, glutathione and superoxide dismutase. These results suggest that haritaki may be helpful in protecting your body against conditions caused by oxidative stress such as aging and many diseases like cancer.
A common amount to take would be two tablets (1000 mgs) before bed or upon rising in the morning. This can be a more convenient method, especially for those that travel a lot, have a shortage of time, or do not like the taste of triphala tea. Many Ayurvedic practitioners prefer to give their patients triphala tablets instead of triphala capsules as there is still some mild tasting of the herbs that occurs, sending signals to the digestive system, as explained above in the Triphala Tea section.

Hello, I have Fibromyalgia and severe reflux issues and am on some very strong opioid based medication to treat this. I have recently started taking haritaki powder 3 days ago, and have noticed a marked increase in fatigue and some nausea, plus some agitation. I notice that haritaki is for detoxifying, and I wonder if it is causing me to detoxify from this medication and also increasing my fatigue which is a problem for me anyway but seems worse. Can you please tell me if these symptoms are likely to pass, or should I discontinue using haritaki? Thank you for your help.
In Tibetan literature, the different parts of the Haritaki tree has been used for a special therapeutic purpose. The roots clear the diseases of the bone, the stem clears muscle diseases, the bark is useful for skin diseases, the branches are useful in vascular disorders, leaves are useful for visceral diseases, and the fruit for vital organs, including heart diseases.[5]

“Our study shows that patients who have had the the entire vagus nerve severed were protected against Parkinson’s disease. Their risk was halved after 20 years. However, patients who had only had a small part of the vagus nerve severed where not protected. This also fits the hypothesis that the disease process is strongly dependent on a fully or partially intact vagus nerve to be able to reach and affect the brain,” she says.

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