Honey with Trifla – traditional medicine new taste
Honey with Trifla is a health food which contains Triphala extract mixed in honey.
Trifla or Triphala is the combination of three herbs Amla (Emblica officinalis), Harad (Terminalia chebula) and beheda (Terminalia bellerica). It is a popular curative medicinal and herbal mixture that constantly finds mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts. Honey and Trifla in Trifla Honey have their individual health benefits and the combination provides additional uses.
Triphala or Trifla has been used in most Indian homes for years. Trifla is useful for curing coughs, congestion of the throat, sore throat; it helps to strengthen the intestinal walls, cures acidity and alleviates piles.
Honey, the viscid liquid is produced by bees from the nectar they collect from flowers a single tablespoon of honey requiring the nectar of some eighteen thousand flowers. The honey sugars break down into substances that inhibit the growth of bacteria, and the ancients used it to treat wounds, burns and skin problems. Besides sugars (about 75 per cent) and water, honey contains small amounts of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium, sulphur, phosphorus and protein. Traditionally, honey has been used as a ‘tonic’ or ‘pick-me-up’, and in the treatment of Anemia, Kidney complaints and circulation problems. Its soothing effects are well known.
Honey with Trifla has the following benefits:
- Helps in the smooth functioning of the bowel and relieves constipation.
- Helps relieve congestion of the throat.