Trivrit, Tribhandi, Triputa, Sarala, Subaha, Rechani, Nisoth, Pitohari, Teouri, Nishuttar, Chaibatee, Nasotaar, Shivode, Bilitigade, Chibak, Dudholoma, Tuburdh, Trupeth, Indian jalap.
· Laghu, Ruksha, Tikshan,
· Tikta, Katu
Ø Pitta Samshodhanak
Ø Kapha Samshodhanak
Ø Bark of the roots (1-3 grams daily)
Ø It is a creeper and lives many years.
Ø There are two types of Trivrit found all over India. They are classified according to the colours. However, they having some special characteristic based on their effects on the body.
Ø In Ayurveda Trivrit described as “Sukha Virechak” or we can say gentle laxative.
Ø It grows even in the heights of 3000 feet's.
Ø It contains a glycoside name Turpethin (which is responsible of the laxative effect of the plant)
Medicinal Properties & Uses
Ø It is best for localized or generalized oedema.
Ø It is help full in the treatment of fever.
Ø It is good for the treatment of anorexia.
Ø It is good for the treatment of constipation.
Ø It is good for the treatment of abdominal discomfort.
Ø It is good for the treatment of Gout.
Ø It is good for the rheumatism.
Ø It is good for the treatment of Obesity.
Ø It is good for cough.
Ø It is good for breathing difficulty.
Ø It is good for piles.
Ø It is good for fistula
Ø No know contraindications
Ø Trivritadhi Churna.
Ø Trivritadhi Kwath.
Ø Triovritadhi Ghrita.
Ø Trivritadhi Vati.