Morpheme Trikatu Caps
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SUPERIOR QUALITY PRODUCT
Trikatu has been used since long to manage various health conditions. Tri means 3 and katu means pungent, Trikatu is an amalgamation of three different spices, which is a warm and spicy blend and manages digestion.
Weak digestion system, obesity, high cholesterol levels and high tri glyceride levels are some of the common problems faced by many people. These complications to a certain extent can be attributed to the stress in our daily life. Stress takes a toll on your health and is detrimental for the body. These problems need be addressed on time otherwise they could lead to other major health conditions.
HOW IS TRIKATU HELPFUL?
According to Ayurveda, one of the main cause of every ailment in the body is vikrit Agni meaning improper digestive function. Agni (the digestive fire) is necessary for the metabolism of food in the body (the breakdown of food, which provides energy and nutrients). These nutrients when absorbed by the system boost immunity and strength and thus obstruct the microorganisms from entering the body, thereby enhancing the natural ability of the body to combat any disease. When Agni works in a proper, natural and healthy way, the digestion process and elevation work together effectively, which makes the body healthy and strong.
Experiments have found that this herbal combination of Trikatu acts as a strong stimulant, which is highly beneficial in managing a number of respiratory tract ailments like sore throat, cough, congestion and cold. Trikatu also helps in improving conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which occurs due to the buildup of toxins because of stressful lifestyle and improper digestion.
goodness of TRIKATU
Obesity is a condition that usually arises due to wrong lifestyle and bad eating habits. Intake of more junk food, sedentary lifestyle and less consumption of dietary fibre are the main reasons for obesity. Long-term usage of this formulation is found to be quite useful for those, who are trying to manage their weight.
TRIKATU MAIN INGREDIENT
Morpheme Trikatu contains Extracts of Long pepper (piper longum fruits) (166. 66 mg. ), Black pepper (Piper nigrum fruits) (166. 67 mg. ), Ginger (Zingiber officinale rhizome) (166. 67 mg).
The prescribed dose is 1 to 2 tablets two times a day after mealtime. The tablets can be taken with water. These pills are 100% natural and safe for consumption. There are no known side effects if this supplement is taken as recommended by your health advisor.
Are Morpheme Trikatu supplements safe for use?
This is the first question, which is often asked by many people before taking any herbal supplement. Generally, any plant based product doesn’t have adverse side effects on the body. Trikatu capsules are a combination of herbs, which are naturally grown. They will not have any side effects if taken according to the instructions of your medical advisor.
Can I stop the tablets after feeling better or recovering?
These are non-habit forming pills, which can be stopped at any point of time. The tablets are not at all harmful to the body, but it is advisable to continue these pills even after recovery in moderate form or according to the instructions of the doctor.
Can a person suffering from hypothyroid take these capsules?
Yes, this herbal remedy can be taken by patients diagnosed with hypothyroid without any side effects.
IngredientsServing size: 1 Veg caps Servings per container: 60 Each 500 mg capsule contains: Trikatu (All 3 herbs in proportion) Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Long pepper (piper longum fruits)||166.66 mg||**|
|Black pepper (Piper nigrum fruits)||166.67 mg.||**|
|Ginger (Zingiber officinale rhizome)||166.67 mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
What causes digestive problems?
Heartburn, bloating, gas, abdominal pain, burping, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are the common symptoms of digestive disorders. Dyspepsia or indigestion is characterized by a feeling of fullness. There are several causes of dyspepsia. It can develop if you swallow excess air. It could be a sign of acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Intolerance to milk, dairy products and gluten could cause indigestion. Anxiety, stress and depression might trigger this condition. In some people, consumption of caffeine and alcohol causes indigestion. Prolonged intake of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs could harm the gastric mucosa leading to gastrointestinal discomfort, which might lead to gastric ulcers.
Prolonged dyspepsia should not be ignored. Pain and discomfort in the stomach might be a sign of peptic ulcer. Inflammation in the stomach or intestines and gallbladder pain could impair the normal digestion process. Presence of hiatal hernia might cause dyspepsia. In the worst case, dyspepsia implies present of cancer tumors in the stomach.
Fat managing property
Obesity is having manifold repercussions, not only to the physical health, but also to the psychological heath. It is generally believed that if one takes the recommended amount of dietary fiber, then he or she may also get health benefits like balanced weight, lowered cholesterol levels and reduced risk of colon cancer. Along with enough fiber in the diet, we need balanced diet in order to maintain our body.
Tips to manage risk of digestive problems naturally
Changes in the diet induce digestive problems. Indigestion can be averted by carefully selecting the foods you eat and beverages you drink. Even healthy foods such as wheat, barley, rye, milk and dairy could cause bloating, gas, diarrhea and abdominal pain, if you are intolerant or allergic to gluten and lactose. To sustain the normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, you should try to preserve the normal microbial balance in the digestive tract by consuming prebiotics and probiotics. Prebiotics are the non-digestible carbohydrate fibers present in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Dietary fibers also improve bowel movement.
Both overeating and skipping meals are bad for the health of your digestive system. Indigestion often develops after eating large meals. A fat rich diet is a common cause of abdominal discomfort. To avoid indigestion, you should eat several small meals that are evenly spaced, throughout the day. Eating several small meals helps in fighting the ill effect of overeating and the adverse effect of living on an empty stomach for a long time. To enable proper digestion, chew your food properly. This helps the digestive enzymes in the saliva to blend with the foods in the mouth and break down the carbohydrates.Moreover, chewing helps to breakdown the food particles into small sizes. The digestive enzymes in the stomach work only on the surface of the food particles. If you do not chew properly, the large food fragments entering the stomach are not properly exposed to the digestive enzymes, thereby causing incomplete digestion. Incomplete digestion reduces absorption of nutrients. Moreover, the undigested food supplies nourishment to the harmful bacteria in the colon, which overtime might lead to overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the gut.
Digestion could be improved by consuming fruits with bromelain. Bromelain aids digestion of protein. Carotenoid rich fruits and vegetables support development of epithelial cells in the gut. The mature epithelial cells strengthen the membrane lining the intestinal tract. The antioxidant defense system of the gut could be improved with vitamin C and E rich foods.
Stress is also harmful for the digestive system. Learn stress management techniques to overcome stress and improve the health of the digestive system naturally.
Always eat food prepared under hygienic condition. Undercooked or raw food increases the risk of pathogenic infections of the gut. Drink enough water.However, make sure that you are drinking clean germ-free water. Water eases bowel movement.