✓ Bio Amla (Emblica officinalis) Amla is more commonly known as Indian gooseberry. This is one of the oldest edible fruits known in India. Amla berry has a sour taste and fibrous texture. These berries are used in Ayurveda due to their high vitamin C content, and they are also considered particularly useful in cases of constipation.
✓ Bio Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) Bibhitaki is a large tree that grows in Asia. Bibhitaki branches ripen fruits that are used in Ayurvedic medicine, as these fruits are believed to help kill bacteria and infections. Bibhitaki contains active substances that are very beneficial for the human body. Bibhitaki is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine as an aid in blood sugar regulation.
✓ Bio Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Haritaki is a medicinal plant that grows in India, China, Thailand. This plant is one of the main components of Triphala. Haritaki is considered the “king of medicine” in Ayurveda. Since ancient times, this plant has been used as a means of preventing various diseases. Especially for improving digestion.
It is recommended to use on an empty stomach in the morning or in the evening before going to bed, ½ – 1 tsp., drinking water. Can also be prepared:: ½ tsp. of triphala powder in a cup of hot water, let it cool and take it on an empty stomach. Do not use during pregnancy and in case of diarrhea! Do not use more than 3.5 – 5 g per day.
Ingredients: organic amla (Emblica officinalis), organic Terminalia bellerica (Terminalia bellerica), organic Terminalia chebula (Haritaki). Agriculture outside the EU (see packaging). 100 g average nutritional value: energy value 1218 kJ / 291 kcal, fat 0.3 g, including saturated fatty acids 0.1 g, carbohydrates 52 g, including sugars 11.5 g, fiber 35 g, protein 2.3 g, salt 0, 1 g.