The Organic Haritaki is sourced from the nut of the tree Terminalia chebula, that grows in India and Nepal.  The seed of the fruit from the tree is ground up and is used traditionally for cleansing of the internal gastro intestinal organs. Despite being called the King of all herbs by the ancient tradition it is only in the last 3-5 years have the remarkable effects on the brain been observed and researched. Hundreds of people consuming Haritaki have found that their 3rd eyes have awakened to the extent that they are able to read while blindfolded.It is recommended to take 3 capsules per day at the beginning level.
I am 25 years old and I am having irritation over left PNS/face/nose. Also, there is some pain in left side of jaw and sometimes clicking sound while chewing. All this is happening since last 6 - 7 months. I have tried nasal sprays, steams, anti allergic etc but nothing seems to work. I am also using Shadbindu Tail for 2 - 3 months frequently along with Chitrak haritaki and Haridra khan. Medical history: In AUG 2017, I had a surgery for horizontally impacted lower wisdom tooth as well as the upper one.
If you are suffering from breast cancer, it is recommended that you undertake Ayurvedic measures for an effective and natural treatment. Breast cancer is a form of cancer that occurs in the cells of your breasts. The breast cells undergo abnormal growth and go out of control. This form of cancer is likely to occur in both women and men, although it is most common in women. A lot of breast cancer cases start from the ducts or lobes, while others start from the cellular lining of your milk ducts.
The idea of having a calcified pineal gland can be likened to a door being glued shut. Although the pathway is unable to be used while it is glued shut, it is still a doorway never the less! With constant pushing the door will eventually break open. Below you’ll find what are said to be some of the best ways to decalcify your third eye (The * indicates that they should be taken with at least one of the other things mentioned for full effect.):
Haritaki is a natural antibacterial and antifungal that can be used to treat bacterial overgrowths such as candida, H. pylori in the stomach and, bacterial overgrowth in the mouth too. The Ayurvedic Triphala is made by combining three medicinal herbs: Haritaki, Bibhitaki, and Amalaki. A study conducted by India’s Government Medical College and Government Dental College, tested 5 different forms of natural treatments for reducing E. faecalis, which is a very common bacteria found in the mouth and which is a cause of gum disease. The study concluded that the Ayurvedic Triphala was the safest and most effective way of eliminating E. faecalis, making this a promising treatment for prevention from dental cavities.
This blog only gives a simple sketch of haritaki—this is by no means comprehensive. We would very much enjoy whiling away the rest of the day discussing the many other qualities, actions, and mysteries of this super fruit, but discussing an herb only goes so far—haritaki can teach you far better than we ever could. Try it for yourself and witness the abundant benefits unfold in your own body-mind. How will you incorporate “the king of medicine” into your life? What will “the divine fruit” teach you?

As I point out above, this herb has been credited with massive changes in brain function. These changes also result in an increase in mystical abilities. The results of these changes have been noticed to produce the following outcomes: Thousands of adults and children are expressing the ability to read blindfolded. I was recently at a 21-day meditation retreat in Thailand with 800 people attending. We were introduced to children who take the yogic super brain food on a regular basis. These children displayed remarkable spiritual powers. They were able to read through a blindfold quite comfortably, at a pace equal to an adult reading with their physical eyes. Given different books in different languages, they were able to spell out the words, even though they did not know their meaning. Blindfold vision expands to extraordinary levels. I had the opportunity to test and film some of the children who can read blindfold. This is what I saw.


Let us introduce you to haritaki (Terminalia chebula), one of the best allies in the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia. Already heard of it? We’re not surprised, as it is one of the “Three Musketeers” of triphala, the most popular formula in Ayurveda. Beyond haritaki’s invaluable role in triphala, it is well worth our time to learn a little more about this particular “musketeer.” Haritaki is deeply revered in Ayurveda, and this respect is reflected in its many names—it is “the life giving,” “the animating,” “the unfailing,” “the restorative,” and “fearless against ill health.”1 It is even called “the divine fruit” and “the medicine that rejects all diseases.”2 Wow! This herb really is one for all (if you will please excuse the pun), bringing balance to all doshas, helping to cleanse the system, maintain regularity, and nourish and rejuvenate all the tissues—and so much more.
In Buddhism it is featured in images of the Medicine Buddha. He is holding Haritaki in both hands. In one hand Haritaki is a component of Amrita, the Nectar of the Gods, which gives immortality, an amazing benefit! In Tibetan Buddhism Haritaki (chebulic myrobalan, terminalia chebula, and kadukkai) is part of almost every medicine. It is also recognized for its spiritual powers, being called “Supreme Nectar that Illuminates the Mind” 

Triphala is most commonly known for its use as a gentle bowel tonic, being helpful in digestion, and supporting regular bowel movements. The combination of the three fruits has a synergistic effect to bolster many other systems as well. In addition to the GI tract, Ayurveda uses triphala churna to support healthy respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary, reproductive, and nervous systems.1 Triphala has also been shown to be a powerful antioxidant, protecting cells from the damaging effects of free radicals.2, 3 The three fruits involved in making triphala are also known for their individual effects:1
Antibacterials: Based on in vitro studies, extracts of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia chebula Retz., and Triphala (a combination of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellerica, and Emblica officinalis) may have antibacterial activity against several bacterial isolates, including various species of Pseudomonas, Klebsiella, Clostridium, Shigella, Staphylococcus (including beta-lactamase-producing methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), Vibrio, Salmonella (including multidrug-resistant Salmonella typhi), Escherichia, Enterobacteria, Corynebacteria, Enterococcus, Bacillus, Proteus, and Helicobacter pylori (23; 24; 25; 26; 27; 28; 29; 30; 31; 32; 6). The effects of haritaki and antibacterial agents are not well understood.
Haritaki has been researched for ingredients that are helpful in the treatment of various illnesses, to verify the uses that have been ascribed to it by Ayurveda doctors.The list of ingredients is extensive. Many of these ingredients are recognized as having healing properties including: anticancer,antibacterial, anti-diabetic, and antioxidant properties.
Ancient scholars have described its varieties along with its sources, identity features, and therapeutic uses. Many scholars have studied the pharmacological screening of the drug. However, Vaidya Bhagawan Dash[5] has only tried to correlate the variety of the plants in the context of Ayurveda and Tibetan medical science. Hence, a comprehensive study to discover collective data on the variety of haritaki (Chebulic myrobalan) mentioned in Ayurvedic as well as other literautures are carried out for botanical standardization.

In this discourse delivered on 30 August 2017, Paramahamsa Nithyananda reveals deeper truths about the Spiritual Alchemy science called ‘Aushada’. Aushada is one of the 3 methods through which Sadāshiva opens up the possibilities of manifesting all the powers, manifesting all the states of Consciousness and exploring dimensions of the Universe. Aushada can be herbal combinations; combination of herbs Prana, cosmic force energies, ultimately the Shaktipada of Sadashiva. Watch, share and like the video’s and Subscribe to our channel to be notified of the next upload.
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