Literally meaning “three fruits,” triphala is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal formulation consisting of three fruits native to the Indian subcontinent: Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Bibhitaki, (Terminalia belerica) and Haritaki (Terminalia chebula). Also known as “triphala churna,” it is one of the most popular formulas in Ayurveda and has many health benefits for all three of Ayurveda's dosha constitutions. Take the free Ayurvedic Profile™ quiz to learn your constitution and state of imbalance.

The modern medical systems suggest surgical treatment for the cure of the heart problems but on another hand, Ayurveda targets the deep root cause of the disease. The best cure for heart diseases is to adopt a holistic approach named Ayurveda the part of the great Indian heritage. This is not only based upon the ancient principle but many researchers worked and proofed that heart issues are reversible with the help of Ayurvedic treatment.
Hepatotoxic agents: 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 lower serum levels of liver enzymes (48; 49; 2).
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Haritaki Plus, likewise referred to as chebulic myrobalan, terminalia chebula, and kadukkai has lots of benefits. In the Ayurveda system it is the king of herbs recommended for all health concerns. It also understood for its benefit to increase brain performance, boost longevity, activate the third eye and instinct. It is a wonderful tool for enlightenment.


Antiviral agents: Based on in vitro studies, extracts of Terminalia chebula may inhibit human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase (40), and Terminalia chebula and Ledretan-96 (an herbal formula containing Terminalia chebula) may protect against damage caused by influenza A virus (3). Based on animal studies, Terminalia chebula may inhibit replication of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) and murine CMV (MCMV) in MCMV infection models of immunosuppressed mice (41; 42), and the combination of acyclovir with Terminalia chebula Retz. may have strong therapeutic anti-herpes simplex virus type 1 activity in mice (43).
The advantage of buying it in bulk is that it is significantly cheaper on a per use basis and it allows one to take the herbs in the most traditional way—as a tea. Tablets are considered by many to be a quicker, more convenient method of taking the herbs along with providing the option of not having to taste the herbs. Many Ayurvedic practitioners feel that their clients are more likely to take the herbs if they are provided in tablet form.
While the physiological function of the pineal gland has been unknown until recent times, mystical traditions and esoteric schools have long known this area in the middle of the brain to be the connecting link between the physical and spiritual worlds. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the pineal gland has been seen as a gateway that leads within to inner realms and spaces of higher consciousness. Awakening the third eye acts as a “stargate.”
Terminalia chebula is generally known as Harade or Haritaki in India, it is an important medicinal plant used all over India. In English it is commonly known as “black myroblans”. The herb Terminalia chebula (Haritaki) consists of approx 250 species which are widely distributed in tropical areas around the world. It is used as a traditional medicine and is one of the most important herbs used in Ayurveda to cure various ailments. The fruit of Terminalia chebula (Harade) is regarded as the “king of medicines” by the Tibetans and the second-to-none by Ayurveda, it also held in high esteem by practitioners of folk medicine.
 But, every night before you fall asleep, sit and detoxify. Listen carefully, this two things; 1) Rubbing the turmeric and applying kumkum, that detoxifies the intra-organ called Third Eye. Putting your attention on the Third Eye, activates something called Ajna, means the energy to activate the intra-organ called Third Eye happens by putting your attention on it. 

The idea of having a calcified pineal gland can be likened to a door being glued shut. Although the pathway is unable to be used while it is glued shut, it is still a doorway never the less! With constant pushing the door will eventually break open. Below you’ll find what are said to be some of the best ways to decalcify your third eye (The * indicates that they should be taken with at least one of the other things mentioned for full effect.):
Antiviral agents: Based on in vitro studies, extracts of Terminalia chebula may inhibit human immunodeficiency virus-1 reverse transcriptase (40), and Terminalia chebula and Ledretan-96 (an herbal formula containing Terminalia chebula) may protect against damage caused by influenza A virus (3). Based on animal studies, Terminalia chebula may inhibit replication of human cytomegalovirus (CMV) and murine CMV (MCMV) in MCMV infection models of immunosuppressed mice (41; 42), and the combination of acyclovir with Terminalia chebula Retz. may have strong therapeutic anti-herpes simplex virus type 1 activity in mice (43).
The main active constituents of haritaki are gallic acid, chebulagic acid, chebulinic acid and corilagin, which are responsible for its various therapeutic properties. It also consists of sugar, amino acids, phosphoric acid, sucicinic acid flavonoids such as luteolin, rutins, and quercetin. Freah haritaki fruit contains certain amounts of protein, carbohydrate, water and minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Turmeric, Haritaki, Neem, if you have these few things around your house, you will never fall sick. Every house a neem tree, few turmeric plants, little Haritaki. Same way, if you have little more land around your house, this three trees…...You see, two lakh trees are recorded. Two lakh trees and plants and herbs are recorded in Ayurveda.  In that three trees,  do not….will not have flower and directly will have fruit - pookadhu kaikum – means they will not have flower, they will directly have fruit, thes three trees, – Aala, Arasu, Athi, Banyan, Peepal, Fig – this three trees do not flower, directly give fruit. This three tree, they are called root to leaf aushadha. From the root to the leaf, they are medicines. This three trees, you can take anything it will be good to your body.  So, if you have little land around your home, try to have this few trees. One, first, foremost -  neem, second - banyan, turmeric plant.  Turmeric, can be had...you can have even in a small pot and Fig, Peepal, Banyan - Aala, Arasu, Athi, even the breeze will be healing your system.
There are many paths to enlightenment. I recommend meditation and following the teachings of an enlightened master. Why try something on your own that others have mastered and are able to guide you through? If I use the analogy of wanting to become a brain surgeon, why would you consider experimenting on your own, or why bother spending time studying with a book only? Another option is to train with a regular General practitioner. That is not going to get you very far either. Even studying with a heart surgeon is unsafe. Go for the best training that is proven and available. Anything else is illogical.
Haritaki is believed to be a helpful remedy for people suffering from overweight or obesity. This herb has appetite controlling abilities. It promotes digestion, cleanses the stomach, improves the metabolism of food and its assimilation in the stomach and also helps in increasing the metabolic rate of the body. As the metabolic rate increases, the energy expenditure of the body also increases. Haritaki also helps in the improved utilization of the stored fat in the body by increasing the secretion of bile. All these properties not only help in promoting weight loss but also help in maintaining a healthy weight.

–Regular Meditation and Chanting. Chanting causes the tetrahedron bone in the nose to resonate and this resonance causes the Pineal Gland to be stimulated and when it is stimulated it secretes more beneficial hormones, and remember: these beneficial hormones keep your appearance youthful. The sound “OM” resonates with the Fourth Chakra, known as the Heart Center, the seat of Unconditional Love. Chanting OM opens you up to Universal and cosmic awareness. You can chant up to 5 minutes, 10 minutes, or however long you desire to.


Incorporating haritaki into your daily routine (dinacharya) is simple. It can be taken on its own, and it does famously well in formulas—as is evident with the popularity of triphala as well as haritaki’s presence in almost all Tibetan formulas. To tackle a specific dosha, take haritaki with a corresponding anupana (carrier)—use haritaki with rock salt to pacify kapha, with sugar (try an organic, raw, unprocessed sugar) to remove excess pitta, and with Ghee to bring down vata.20

Hepatotoxic agents: 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 lower serum levels of liver enzymes (48; 49; 2).


Gastrointestinal agents: Based on an animal studies, Terminalia chebula may accelerate the healing of indomethacin-induced stomach ulceration in rats (45) and, at a dose of 100mg/kg daily for 15 days orally, increased the percentage of gastric emptying (compared with metoclopramide, a prokinetic drug) (46). Based on a study in rats with duodenal ulcers, a mixture of Ayurvedic medicines that included Terminalia chebula (with Glycyrrhiza glabra, Piper longum, and Shanka bhasma) may increase the activity of beta-glucuronidase activity in the Brunner’s glands (47).
“We have conducted a registry study of almost 15,000 patients who have had the vagus nerve in their stomach severed. Between approximately 1970-1995 this procedure was a very common method of ulcer treatment. If it really is correct that Parkinson’s starts in the gut and spreads through the vagus nerve, then these vagotomy patients should naturally be protected against developing Parkinson’s disease,” explains postdoc at Aarhus University Elisabeth Svensson on the hypothesis behind the study.
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