Triphala is a combination of three herbs Terminalia chebula (haritaki), Terminalia belerica (bahera), and Emblica officinalis (amla) that is referred to in almost every Ayurvedic textbook and is considered adaptogenic*.
This combination has synergistic action, as well as digestive properties*. It also possesses antioxidant. Terminalia chebula has tannins, amino acids, succinic acid, and beta-sitosterol. Terminalia belerica has tannins and promotes healthy immune system functioning*. Emblica officinalis supports the immune system, and is a source of vitamin C*. Triphala has bowel-regulating properties, aiding both digestion and elimination*. The herbal combination in triphala has been considered the secret to longevity and robust health in Ayurveda for centuries*. Triphala has also been used in Ayurveda to promote healthy eyes*