Allleviate Stress with Ancient Health Care’s Wholesome, Organic, and Ethically produced Triphala Supplements
How often do you feel like you’re drowning in a bottomless sea of deadlines, expectations, and other things to do?
And how often do you find yourself wishing you could drop everything…and move to a remote beach with blue skies and soft sand?
Stress. We all experience it daily in our modern day lives. And where do we often feel it most?
In our guts, which are extremely sensitive to emotion.
Have you ever had a “gut-wrenching” experience where you felt pain in the pit of your stomach? Have you ever felt nauseated … just from something you’d seen or heard?
Your gut, or gastrointestinal (GI) tract, is highly sensitive. Fear, anger, anxiety, worry, and sadness can trigger strong sensations that you notice instantly in your belly.
You already know this, but you may be surprised to find out that the flip side is also true.
Science now supports the statement made two thousand years ago by Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine. He said:
“All disease begins in the gut.”
All Disease Begins in the Gut
What happens in your belly, such as ingesting toxins or the wrong foods,can directly impact your mood, leading to feelings of stress, anxiety or depression.
"Stress can present in many ways. Imbalances in digestion, hormone production, detoxification and the mind can manifest as stress. Our first goal is to discover where we carry our stress. The next is to start to balance each area so we can reduce symptoms and improve the function of our mind and body."
— Trupti Gokani, MD. Chief Medical Officer of Ancient Health Care,
Leaky gut can lead to a leaky brain
When toxins enter our blood streams, our immune system starts to identify them (properly) as invaders.
The gut lining allows nutrients into the bloodstream, but when this lining becomes injured, it lets toxins and undigested food particles escape from the digestive tract into the bloodstream.
This is called leaky gut.
Did you know that these toxins can also seep into our brains, leading to a leaky brain?
Dr. William Coles says, "If you suffer from depression, anxiety, brain fog or an autoimmune brain problem, blood-brain barrier permeability (leaky brain syndrome) should be considered."
It may sound like a radical concept, but toxicity in the body can cause feelings of stress, poor memory, and brain fog.
You're about to discover a solution to problems you many never have associated with each other!
Create a stronger mind by healing your digestion... with triphala!
Triphala is made from three fruits. It's been revered in Ayurvedic medicine (the ancient health care system from India) for its cleansing effect on the digestive system and blood.
In Ayurvedic medicine, the colon is seen as the seat of health, so anything that helps the colon function is considered to be beneficial to health in general.
But triphala is much more than a colon cleanser. It's a highly nutritious food that is rich in vitamins. People around the world take triphala as a food supplement the way we take vitamins in Western countries.
And with a daily dosage of this ancient remedy you'll experience:
A healthier digestive system (the key to overall health)
Relief from occasional constipation, helping you detox naturally
More balance in your mind and body, so you can naturally reduce stress.
Triphala is one of the most powerful formulas in Ayurvedic medicine. I've been taking it for a decade, and recommend it to my family and friends. The beauty of this blend is its ability to detoxify our bodies and balance our systems by regulating our digestion, along with providing natural antioxidant support. This formula has helped many of my patients improve their health and wellbeing.-Dr. Trupti GokaniChief Medical Officer of Ancient Health Care, Author of The Mysterious Mind
Why I created Ancient Health Care
I founded Ancient Health Care after I received a devastating health diagnosis while I was just in my thirties.
By returning to my roots of Ayurvedic medicine, I resolved my personal health crises, and transformed my body, mind, and soul. Today i feel happier and more energized than ever.
Now, I’m on a mission to improve modern lives by reviving powerful plants used in the ancient science of Ayurveda.
With Ancient Health Care, you'll enjoy seed-to-table supplements that are the purest on the planet.
Ancient Health Care's food supplements come from organically grown plants cultivated in over 40,000 acres of farms. In partnering with the owners, we help support over 6,000 village farms to ensure their longevity. This means you always get supplements that are exquisitely clean—the purest on the planet. You'll never receive products contaminated with chemicals, additives, pesticides, synthetic flow agents, DMAA, dextrose, or GMOs.
- Organic, Non-GMO supplements that are 100% free of heavy metals and additives
- 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back!
Soothe Your Stress With Triphala
Ancient Health Care Triphala will help you:
- Reduce feelings of stress and worry so you stay calm and assured — even on your busiest days.
- Balance digestion and know the relief of regular elimination.
- Support your immune system so you stay healthy.
- Decrease inflammation to reduce symptoms and long-term risk of disease.
Imagine your life three weeks from the day you start taking triphala. Picture yourself feeling calmer at work, more patient and loving with family and friends, and less frazzled when life delivers those bumps in the road.
You too can experience these benefits. For best results, Dr Gokani suggests taking 1 capsule at night for 3 nights, and then increasing to 2-3 capsules per night.
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- The Brain-Gut Connection Jay Pasricha,M.D
- "That gut feeling", Dr. Siri Carpenter, American Psychology Association, September 2012, Vol 43, No. 8
- Serotonin: A Mediator of the Brain-Gut Connection Doe-Young Kim, M.D., and Michael Camilleri, M.D. Gastroenterology Research Unit, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota