TRIKATU 100 GM
Trikatu is a Sanskrit word meaning three spices or three peppers.
It is a blend of equal parts of the fruits of Black Pepper Long Pepper and the rhizomes of Ginger.
It is used to support normal gastric function and normal circulation.It stimulates the digestive fire, or agni, proper bile flow,healthy detoxification and fat metabolism.
The gentle heating action of this blend primes the digestive tract to digest food, absorb nutrients and efficiently remove waste.
Ayurvedic Properties & Energetics of Trikatu
Taste (Rasa): Pungent
Energy : Heating
Post-Digestive Effect (Vipaka): Pungent
Quality (Guna): Light, dry
Therapeutic Effect (Prabhava): Bio-enhancer, Digestive, (reduces ama toxins in the body)
¢Excellent in liver damage hepatomegaly
¢Useful in allergic condition s
¢Reduces fat and cholesterol
¢Useful in diabetes type 2 as it stimulates insulin production
¢Very good results in managing Hypothyroidism
¢Trikatu is useful for asthma, breathing problems as well allergies from dust and pollution
Dosage , how much to take ?
¢As we are all genetically different, with different constitutions and patterns, we respond to treatments in many different ways.
¢Hence Standard Ayurvedic Treatments are always individually formulated. The doses of Ayurvedic medicines are not fixed.
¢Exact dose depends on the age, strength, digestive power of the patient, the nature of the illness, the state of the viscera and humours, and the properties of individual drugs.
If you have a sensitive stomach, it may cause burning sensation. Generally, do not exceed 500 mg to 3 grams in divided doses in a day, preferably after food. Trikatu Churna can be taken along with honey or water. If it is too spicy to taste as such, it can also be added to food and taken along with the food.
Trikatu Side Effects:
¢Because of its hot potency, Trikatu may worsen gastritis.
¢It may cause burning sensation in higher doses.
Not to be used by pregnant women.
Trikatu churna should not be taken for acidity. It could worsen it.