The olive-like, yellow-brown fruits of the Haritaki tree are carefully dried and ground for the production of our powder. The evergreen tree grows up to 25 meters and is found mainly in South Asia.
In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Haritaki was mentioned in the literature as early as the 11th century. In Ayurveda too, the fruit is an essential part of most healing recipes.
Amla powder, Bibhitaki powder and Haritaki powder are well-known from the herbal mixture Triphala.
By taking Haritaki powder regularly, the main aim is to improve oxygen uptake and oxygen transport in the blood and thus counteracts the negative aging process. "Charaka Samhita" declared it the best herb for rejuvenation and disease control.
Other areas of application: high blood pressure, exhaustion / tiredness, difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep, athletes, intestinal problems, difficulty concentrating, gingivitis and many more.
Haritaki powder is traditionally used as tea. To do this, pour hot water over the powder and let it steep for about 10 minutes. The taste of the drink is difficult to describe. A combination of sweet, bitter, sour and hot is an experience for the palate! Sweeten the tea with vegetable syrup, for example.
The addition of powder is also very suitable in smoothies, shakes and cereals.
Dosing, slowly increase to a level teaspoon a day. Overdosing or increasing too quickly is noticeable by mild diarrhea.
Caution: Do not use Haritaki if you are pregnant or wanting to have a child, while breastfeeding, with dehydration, in a female cycle with heavy menstrual bleeding, after heavy alcohol consumption, with severe emaciation / weight loss due to illness.
Taking medicinal plants do not replaces a visit to the doctor. Make sure you have a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. If in doubt about taking it, contact your doctor.
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