Triphala Extract

Botanical name: Emblicaofficinalis, Terminalia belerica & Terminalia chebula

Common name: Triphala( Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki )

Standardized for: Tannins byTitration

Our Triphala Range

NLT40 % Tannins by Titration

Key Health Benefits

  • Clinically validated for its laxative properties
  • Clinically proven to help manage digestive disorders 
  • Proven to help in management of hyperacidity and improve appetite. 
  • Clinically validated to reduce the abundance of oral bacteria, dental plaque and gingivitis significantly.


Mechanism of Action

  • Triphalais reported to improve the peristalic movementthereby helping in a better movement of bowels.
  • The well know gastroprotective effect of Triphalais likely due, at least in part, to the high antioxidantcontent.
  • Its oral care potential is attributed to its broad spectrum antimicrobial property.

Published Literature Reference

  1. Pulok Mukherjee et al., Clinical Study of ‘Triphala’ – A Well Known Phytomedicine from IndiaIRANIAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS Razi Institute for Drug Research (RIDR) IJPT 5:51-54, 2006
  2. Peterson et al., Therapeutic Uses of Triphala in Ayurvedic MedicineTHE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINEVolume 23, Number 8, 2017, pp. 607–614
  3. Shobha Prakash and Anup U. Shelke. Role of Triphala in dentistryJ Indian SocPeriodontol. 2014 Mar-Apr; 18(2): 132–135.
  4. Ritam S. Naiktari et al.,A randomized clinical trial to evaluate and compare the efficacy of triphala mouthwash with 0.2% chlorhexidine in hospitalized patients with periodontal diseasesJ Periodontal Implant Sci 2014;44:134-140
  5. Penmetsa GS, Vivek B, Bhupathi AP, Sudha Rani P, Subbareddy BV, Ramesh MV.Comparative Evaluation of Triphala, Aloe vera, and chlorhexidine mouthwash on gingivitis: A randomized controlled clinical trial. ContempClin Dent 2019;10:333-7


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