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  • Helps maintain healthy intestines.
  • Pure and vegetarian.
  • Free from side effects.
  • Free from chemicals and additives.
  • Support overall health of the body.

Pack Size : 100 gm

Dosage : Two to three grams of this powder should be mixed with warm water and consumed in the evening time.

Triphala powder of Planet Ayurveda contains Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica) and Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) in it.

Ingredients of VARA CHURNA

S. No. Herb Used English Name Latin Name Quantity
1. Haritaki Chebulic Myrobalan Terminalia chebula 33.33 gm
2 Bhibhitaki Belleric Myrobalan Terminalia bellerica 33.33 gm
3. Amalaki Indian Gooseberry Emblica officinalis 33.33 gm

1. Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)

Terminalia chebula is a tree which grows up to a height of 30 m with a trunk of approx. 1 m in diameter. The leaves are oval and are 7-8 cm long. The fruit is drupe like and is black in color. The flowers are dull white to yellow in color. This tree is found in deciduous forests of Indian subcontinent. It contains terpenes in it.

2. Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellerica)

The leaves of this tree are about 15 cm long and bend toward the ends of the branches. The seeds of this tree are called bedda nuts. The nuts of this tree are round in shape but with five flatter sides.

3. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)

Emblica officinalis is a tree whose size ranges from small to medium. This tree grows up to a height of 18 m with a spreading branches and crooked trunk. The leaves of this tree are simple and light green in color. The flowers of this tree are greenish yellow in color. The fruit is spherical in shape, hard on appearance and light greenish yellow in color.

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What is constipation?

Constipation is a common health problem in which a person is not passing stools regularly or cannot completely empty their bowels. It can affect people of any age but it is more common during pregnancy and in older age.

Symptoms of constipation

  • Indigestion of food.
  • Pain in the belly.
  • Hard stools which are difficult or painful to pass.
  • Stomach aches.
  • Bloody stools.
  • No bowel movements till three days.
  • Straining during movements of bowel.

Causes of constipation

Slow passage of food through our intestines causes constipation. Most of the time, this slow passage occurs in the colon. Busy schedule of modern lifestyles may be responsible for this health problem. Unhealthy eating and not drinking enough water are other causes of constipation. Lack of exercise in our daily routine may lead to constipation. Sometimes emotional problems can lead to constipation. Some medications can even cause constipation. Sometimes hormone imbalance can cause constipation. Constipation is more common in women than men.

Complications of constipation

  • Constipation can cause hard, dry stool to collect in the rectum and this condition is called as faecal impaction. It can cause problems in the long run.
  • Leakage of stool can be possible due to constipation. This condition is called as faecal incontinence.
  • Constipation can lead to piles in the long run.

Healthy diet to manage constipation

Fiber rich foods should be taken in order to manage the symptoms of constipation. Include Raspberries, strawberries and blackberries in your diet. Air popped popcorn can be taken because it is a great low calorie diet. Dried fruits such as figs, raisins, prunes, apricots and dates are great source of fiber which can help to manage constipation. If you are taking bread in your diet, then the bread you are taking should be made from whole grains. Include broccoli in your diet.

Effect of exercise on constipation

Exercise decreases the time it takes our body to move the food through the large intestine. Hence it decreases the amount of water absorbed from the stool. Aerobic exercise is good for constipation as this exercise accelerates our breathing and heart rate. This helps to stimulate contraction of intestinal muscles which in turn help move stools out quickly.

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