Primary benefits as per Ayurveda
- Haritaki Powder helps to support digestion, supports the absorption of nutrients, and helps to regulate colon function.
- Haritaki if taken with meals is good for overall health of the body.
- Its decoction helps to soothe the throat, is used to wash the wounds, and is useful for eyes.
- It is one of the main herbs of Triphala Powder and used in many of the ayurvedic herbs as a supportive herb due to its numerous herbal properties.
- In case of Vata (air) vitiation, it is useful with Ghee (Clarified Butter).
- In case of Pitta (Fire) vitiation, it is useful with sugar.
- In case of Kapha (Dry) vitiation, it is useful with rock salt.
Other benefits as per Ayurveda
- Consuming Haritaki powder fried in cow ghee helps to boost energy level of the body.
- It is a Digestive aid.
- Haritaki powder is also beneficial for gums.
- Haritaki powder may help as a nervine tonic and used in nervous health. It promotes the receiving power of five senses.
- Mild laxative in nature – Haritaki powder is a mild herbal colon cleanser. Haritaki powder does the cleansing action. It can be taken for a long time without any ill effects.
- Haritaki powder may be helpful as a tooth powder to strengthen the gums.
As per Ayurveda
Botanical name – Terminalia Chebula
Common name – Chebulic Myrobalan
Sanskrit name – Haritaki, Pathya, Amrita
Other Names: Terminalia Chebula, Black Myrobalan, Indian Gall Nut, Chebulic Myrobalan, Harar, Harad, Har.
Rasa (Taste): Mainly astringent, sweet, sour, bitter and pungent taste but salt taste is absent.
Virya (Energy): Warm
Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Sweet
Guna (Quality): Light, Dry
Dhatu: All Tissues
Effect on Doshas (humors): Useful in vitiation of all three humors. But it is better in vata (air humor) related problems.
Gallic acid, chebulic acid, punicalagin, chebulanin, corilagin, neochebulinic, ellagic acid, chebulegic acid, chebulinic acid. Flavonol glycosides, triterpenoids, coumarin conjugated with gallic acid called chebulin.
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In Ayurveda Haritaki is the best for Sroto-Shodhana as purifying the channels of the body.
Haritaki is one of the most frequently used Ayurvedic herbs which are useful in vitiation of all (dosha) Ayurvedic theory of three humours. But it is better in vatta (air humor) problems.
Haritaki: Fruit Powder - It detoxifies and nourishes all the dhatus (body tissues). Haritaki is mild laxative by nature.
According to Acharaya Charak – It is best for rejuvenation.
Haritaki is termed as the mother of human being. As a mother never does anything badly for her progeny similarly it never does badly for the health of a fellow. It benefits a fellow in all aspects.
DIRECTION FOR USE
Take 5 Gms (half to one teaspoon) 2 times a day Haritaki Powder with water 1-2 hrs after meals. Take first dose after breakfast. If you are mixing with other herbs, use Haritaki proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.
Best Use With:
- For pacifying high pitta (fire) - Mix Haritaki Powder, Black raisins and sugar in equal ratio. Take 1 teaspoon twice a day in case of (high pitta-fire) which is the leading cause of minor acidity.
- For respiratory support – Take Haritaki powder and Shunti (ginger) powder with hot water supports respiratory system.
- For uric acid health -Take Haritaki powder with Gud (Jaggery) as dietary food.
- For healthy body - Take decoction of Haritaki Powder with honey. It helps to maintain fit body.
- For normal vatta(air) passing– Take Haritaki powder with jaggery (gud) and ghee with lukewarm water.
- Liver health – The decoction of Haritaki powder with triphala powder is beneficial.
- Hemoglobin support – Haritaki powder with honey and small quantity of ghee may be helpful to support healthy hemoglobin of an individual which are already in healthy state.
- For proper digestion and maintaining morning regularity – Take Haritaki, Musta, Sunthi (ginger) and Jaggery (Gud). It may help. Haritaki helps to support digestion, promotes the absorption of nutrients, and helps to regulates colon function. According to the Bhavaprakasha (one of the ancient scriptures), Haritaki was derived from a drop of nectar from Indra's (Lord Indra) cup.
Food to favour: Rock salt, jaggery, Ginger, Honey, lemon, grapes, blueberries, cucumber, tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, green peas, spinach, green and black grams, oats, yogurt, olive oil, coconut oil, nuts, lentils, legumes, beans, fish and eggs should recommended.
Food to Avoid: Soft drinks, junk food like pasta, noodles, burger, white rice, peanuts, dairy products, pork beef, ketchup, coffee, chilies, red meat and excessive oily or spicy food should avoid.
- Eat lot of fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Eat diet rich in whole grains and proteins.
- Avoid using the excessive sugary products.
- Limit to take the potato chips or French fries.
- Limit to use the doughnuts.
- Avoid alcohol consumption or smoking.
- Nutritional diet
- Morning walk
- Restful sleep
- Positive thinking
Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of health care provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
Color, Taste, Aroma of the product may change from batch to batch.
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Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books:
- Shusrut Sutrasthana
- Charak Sutrasthana
- Charak Chikitsa Sthana
- Dhanvantari Nighantu
- Pharmacological and therapeutic potential of Terminalia Chebula retzius – a critical review by sarita. M. Kapgate wj pmr, 2016, 2 (6), 226-234.
Other Uncommon name of herb:Gurmarbooti, Periploca of the woods, Meshasringi, Gymnema, Gurmari, Madhunashini, Amudhapushpam, Merasingi, Meshashringi, Madhoolika, Vishani, Shardunika, Madhinasini, Sirukurinchaan, Chakkarakolli.
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