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Triphlax-750

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Supports digestion & regularity

  • Cleansing tonic for the colon, liver and other organs
  • Promotes healthy blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Supports healthy digestion and weight loss


Triphala is a traditional remedy from Ayurveda, the ancient medicine system of India. “Triphala” literally means “three fruits”; it is a balanced mixture of the fruits of Emblica officinalis (“Amalaki” in Hindi), Terminalia belerica (“Bihara”), and Terminalia chebula (“Harada”). No botanical remedy is recommended as often in the Ayurvedic medical texts as triphala. It was prized as a cleansing and detoxification formula dating back thousands of years.

Harada (Terminalia chebula) possesses laxative, astringent, lubricant, antiparasitic, antispasmodic and nerve calming properties. Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) has traditionally been used to treat ulcers, inflammation of the stomach and intestines, constipation, diarrhea, and promotes healthy liver function. Bihara (Terminalia bellerica) reduces excess mucus, providing support in lung and bronchial conditions, and relief from allergies. Triphlax-750 is a high dose of triphala and benefits those who want a natural and gentle formula to improve digestion, relieve constipation and  promote detoxification. Triphala is also useful in weight management, since it can stimulate the release of the satiety hormone while boosting gastrointestinal function.

AOR Advantage

AOR’s Triphlax-750 provides equal proportions of all three ingredients found in the original triphala formulation, delivering health benefits for the colon and detoxification.

Serving Size: One Capsule
Emblica officinalis (Amla)
250 mg
Terminalia belerica (Bahara)
250 mg
Terminalia chebula (Beceras chebula)
250 mg

Non-medicinal Ingredients: Sodium benzoate.

Capsule: hypromellose.

Adult Dosage

Take two capsules twice daily with/without food, a few hours before or after taking other medications or health products, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner. Allow at least six to 12 hours for laxative effect to occur.