The Goodness of Triphala in Branolia’s Livonia

TriphalaThe science and practice of Ayurveda began in India more than 5,000 years ago, and this traditional system of healing has a worldwide appeal in today’s world. Branolia Chemical Works has been manufacturing herbal medicines for more than 90 years. They are committed to deliver best in business herbal products. Branolia Chemical Work became a household name with their flagship product Branolia. However, over the span of years, different products are continuously being added to Branolia’s portfolio of herbal medicine to enhance overall well-being.

Branolia Chemical Works have developed a unique product, Livonia, which helps in enhancing the functioning of the liver. The liver is a vital organ in the body which helps the overall functioning of the digestive system. The liver is also an important gland that helps in the secretion of chemicals that are used by the different parts of the body. The liver also detoxifies and acts as a storage unit. The most important ingredient utilized by Branolia Chemical Works in the formulation of Livonia is Triphala (Tridoshic Rasayana).

Triphala (Tridoshic Rasayana) is an herbal formulation that has been in use for thousand of years.It is a combination of Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Terminalia belarica (Bibhitaki) and Emblica Officinalis (Amalaki), in equal proportions. Livonia from Braolia Chemical uses Triphala as a primary ingredient.

Amalaki –

Chemically referred to as Embilica Officinalis, this herb has been known to contain antioxidant properties since ages. Amla, is a rich source of vitamin C, is considered to be effective in slowing down the aging process which occurs mainly because of the presence of oxygen free radicals in cells. Vitamin C is a scavenger of free radicals which break them down; it has an antioxidant that synergises with vitamin E to prevent pre-oxidation of lipids. It is one of the key ingredients in Triphala.

Haritaki –

Also known as terminalia chebula, it is a small tree which is mostly found in India, Bangladesh, China, and Egypt. Various experiments have been conducted using this herb. Traditionally it has been used as a laxative, astringent and even as an expectorant. (Source: Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health. Thai Herbal Pharmacopoeia Volume II. Nonthaburi, Thailand. 2000; 71-89). There is also a research which highlights the fact that it is able to cure blindness and even prevent the growth of tumors. ( Source: Saleem A, Husheem M, Harkonen P and Pihlaja K; Inhibition of cancer cell growth by crude extract and the phenolics of Terminalia chebula Retz fruit. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2002; 81(3): 327- 336 )

Bibhitaki –

Terminalia belerica  is found widely in the Indian sub-continent is often used for its detoxifying qualities. When research was conducted on rabbits, it was observed that this herb relaxed the thoracic aorta. (Source: Arif-Ullah Khan and Anwarl Hassan Gilani. Pharma co-dynamic Evaluation of Terminalia belerica for its Anti-Hypertensive Journal of Food and Drug Analysis .2008;16:6-14).

Triphala has been endorsed by Deepak Chopra, an advocate for alternative medicine. Triphala has been used an important ingredient in Branolia’s Livonia to help in the digestion process. Branolia Chemical Works utilizes the goodness of Triphala along with other herbs to keep the digestive system well-tuned.

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