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Importance of Terminalia Bellerica (Baheda) in Ayurveda

Terminalia bellerica is belongs to the family Combretaceae commonly known as ‘Bibhitaki’ or ‘Baheda’ in Ayurveda. The dried fruit contains about 20% of both condensed and hydrolysable tannins. Other constituents include lipids, b-sitosterol, saponins, gallic and ellagic acids and their derivatives, glycosides and various carbohydrates. In Ayurveda it is used as bitter, acrid, astringent, laxative, germicidal and antipyretic and is applied in a diverse range of conditions including cough, tuberculosis, eye diseases, dyspepsia, diarrhoea, dysentery, inflammation of the small intestine, biliousness, flatulence, liver disease and leprosy. It is also said to cleanse the blood and the voice and to promote hair growth.

Triphala is widely used in a large number of medicinal preparations. Triphala is an effective blood purifier that stimulates bile secretion as it detoxifies the liver, helps digestion and assimilation, and significantly reduces serum cholesterol and lipid levels throughout body. It is also a laxative that rejuvenates the membrane lining the digestive tract and contributes to effective cleansing of the colon, a key condition in Ayurveda to maintaining optimum health.

When consumed for a long period, it helps reduce excess weight. It promotes good colon health and acts as a laxative without causing cramps or irritation. It gently stimulates the intestinal walls and restores tone to the colon, thus helping in the elimination process, providing a colon cleansing effect. Its anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory activity is useful in the treatment of ophthalmia. It helps in healing ulcers in cases of Pyoderma gangrenosum and in the treatment of Lipoma. It has shown in-vitro anti-oxidant activity. It is effective in preventing superoxide induced hemolysis of the red blood cells.

Benefits of Triphala

  • Triphala corrects constipation, cleanses and tones the gastro intestinal tract.
  • Triphala detoxifies the whole body and improves digestion and assimilation.
  • Triphala reduces high blood pressure and hypertension and improves blood circulation.
  • Triphala is helpful in liver disorders, acts as an expectorant and corrects diverticulosis.
  • Triphala is very effective in Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Ulcerative Colitis.
  • Triphala is highly anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and also stimulates bile-flow and peristalsis.
  • Triphala prevents aging, imparts immunity, and improves mental faculties.
  • Recent studies have shown Triphala to be an anti-cancer agent. It has the ability to kill tumor cells while sparing normal ones.

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