Click to enlargeAyush Herbs - Trifal - 90 caps



Trifal 90c is available by Ayush Herbs.

Trifal is a combination of three herbs – Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Terminalia bellerica (Bahera), and Embelica officinalis (Amla) – which is referred in almost every Ayurvedic textbook and is considered adaptogenic. This combination has synergistic action, as well as digestive and mild diuretic properties. Haritaki is rich in tannins, amino acids, succinic acid and beta-sitosterol. Bahera is rich in tannins, and has antihistaminic, antifungal, yeast-inhibiting and choleretic effects. Amla supports the immune system and is one of the richest available sources of Vitamin C. Trifal™ has bowel-regulating and mild laxative effects, aiding both digestion and elimination.


Ingredients: Serving Size: 1 capsule Servings Per Container: 90

Indian Gooseberry ...167mg Chebulic Myrobalan ...167mg Beleric Myrobalan ...167mg

Contains: Vegetarian Capsule (Cellulose and Chlorophyll)

Dosage: One (1) capsule three (3) times daily wit5h a meal or as directed by your physician.

WARNINGS: Keep out of reach of children.

If pregnant, consult your physician before using this or any other product.

Do not use if seal is broken.

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