Basic dose is – 5 grams. Invertebrates o Tamil – Ammai, Amutam, Aritaki, Pethiyam, Varikkai It is also suggested that intake of Harītakī (Terminalia chebula) with different anupānas (vehicles) in different seasons not only helps to prevent seasonal diseases but also helps in regeneration of diseased cells.
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Experts & Community INDIAN J BIOCHEM BIO • Amavatari Rasa, Boeken 1 Naveen Patnaik, The Garden of Life: an Introduction to the Healing Plants of India, (Doubleday: New York, 1993), 61. A combination of T. chebula and four other botanicals (Boerhavia diffusa, Berberis aristata, Tinospora cordifolia, and Zingiber officinale) had a maximum cure rate of 73% in experimental amoebic liver abscess in hamsters and 89% in experimental caecal amoebiasis in rats showing its antiamoebic activity against Entamoeba histolytica. The acetone extract of T. chebula seeds showed anti plasmodial activity against Plasmodium falciparum.
Sri Sri Ayurveda - HARITAKI - 60 tablets, 500 mg, food supplement Triphala is the drug of choice for the treatment of several diseases, especially those of metabolism, dental, and skin conditions, and treatment of cancer (Baliga, 2010). It has a very good effect on the health of heart, skin, eyes, and helps to delay degenerative changes, such as cataracts (Gupta et al., 2010). Triphala can be used as an inexpensive and nontoxic natural product for the prevention and treatment of diseases where vascular endothelial growth factor A–induced angiogenesis is involved (Lu et al., 2012). The presence of numerous polyphenolic compounds empowers it with a broad antimicrobial spectrum (Sharma, 2015).
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