Antioxidants: Based on in vitro and animal studies, Terminalia chebula, Terminalia chebula Retz., and Triphala (a combination of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellerica, and Emblica officinalis) may have free radical-scavenging activities, as well as antilipid peroxidation and antisuperoxide radical formation (51; 52; 53; 54; 55; 39; 56; 49; 57). Based on an in vitro study, Aller-7® (a combination of Terminalia chebula and six other herbs) may have concentration-dependent scavenging activities toward biochemically generated hydroxyl radicals, superoxide anion, nitric oxide, 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl hydrazyl (DPPH) radical, and 2,2-azinobis-ethyl-benzothiozoline-sulphonic acid diammonium salt radical, and it may also inhibit free radical-induced hemolysis (58).
Haritaki is perfect for you if you are planning a diet or cleansing cycle. Please keep in mind, however that Haritaki is not a tonic herb and is not intended to be taken daily for an extended period. It’s important that educate yourself of any possible risks or contraindications for conditions you may have or if you’re a pregnant or lactating women.
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 Haritaki seed – normally referred to as “fruit” – grows on the Terminalia tree. The little nut-like Haritaki fruit is dried and used for medicinal purposes. One of Haritakis rightful claims to fame is being one of three chosen herbs that make up the infamous Ayurvedic Triphala — which has been used for centuries to treat and heal a variety of human health ailments, mainly along the detoxifying and restorative lines and including the treatment of Kidney and Liver dysfunction.
The concept of agni, the Sanskrit word for “fire,” is rather essential to the Ayurvedic tradition. Ayurveda views agni as the very source of life. It is said that a man is as old as his agni and that when agni is extinguished, we die.1 Perhaps even more significantly, Ayurveda teaches us that impaired agni is at the root of every imbalance and disease. So the importance of agni in Ayurveda simply cannot be understated. Continue Reading >
Body scanning reveals the effects of Haritaki on the body. Just about all body scanners were able to see the strong cleansing effects of Haritaki on the digestive system vs any other normal digestion. They reported to me that it is almost like two different beings, one regular without Haritaki, and two cleansed and healthy and vibrant, with regular Haritaki.