Maha Traiphala Ghritam is an Ayurvedic supplement utilizing ghee as the base and Triphala, a most famous Ayurvedic herb consisting of three fruits, haritaki, amalaki, vibhitaki. These fruits are a powerful trio appreciated for its toning, strengthening, and purifying qualities.
This product also contains three vitally important herbs, Yashtimadhu, Ashwagandha, and Guduchi. These herbs were recently recognized by the AYUSH Ministry for their ability to improve immunity. The Indian government is currently conducting research for their value in the fight against coronavirus.
Maha Traiphala Ghritam calms both vata and pitta and is very useful during times of stress, increased anxiety, and insomnia. Ayurvedic Doctors use it during Pañcakarma and a daily supplement for supporting eye disorders with dryness, irritation, and infections.
A diet rich in vitamin A is recommended for supporting eye health. Foods like sweet potato, red pepper, carrots, pumpkin, leafy greens, spinach, lettuce, apricots, mango, papaya, as well as ghee.
Maha Traiphala Ghritam should be taken with warm water to help assimilate its properties. Always follow your Ayurvedic Doctor's recommendations for when and how to take all Ayurvedic products.
One of the most senior Ayurvedic experts of our time, Padma Bushan Dr. P.K. Warrier the Managing Trustee and Medical Director of the 118-year-old Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal, India talks briefly on the Ayurvedic potential for the current coronavirus pandemic.
Herbal steam inhalation is a great way to help open congested sinuses and bronchial airways caused by a cold, flu, or allergy. Herbal steams are also used before Nasya therapies to help open the nasal airway.
The steam from the boiling water is often sufficient to help congestion; however, by adding herbs that help respiratory disorders, the effect is far more notable.