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Triphala Ghrita Benefits, Uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Desi ghee medicated with Triphala Powder is called Triphala Ghrita.  Triphala Ghee and Triphala Ghritam are its synonyms. It is an ayurvedic preventive as well as healing medicine, which provides benefits in almost all types of eye diseases. It reduces lens opacity, improves vision, brings clarity and protects the eyes from various diseases.

Triphala Ghrita is used in three ways in healthy individuals:

Usage Method Frequency Dosage
Oral Intake Daily 1 to 2 teaspoons
Nasal Instillation Daily 2 drops in each nostril, in the morning.
Triphala Ghritam Eye Drops Once a week 2 drops in each eye.


Patients suffering from eyes diseases may require Akshi Tarpana Therapy on a regular basis. This therapy is done with triphala ghee. Sometimes, the ayurvedic doctor may prescribe triphala Ghritam eye drops instead of Akshi Tarpana for daily use.

Medicinal Properties

Triphala ghee has the following healing properties.

  • Chaksuya – Improves Vision.
  • Anti-inflammatory.
  • Rasayana – rejuvenating.
  • Antipruritic – Alleviates itching.
  • Antioxidant.
  • Promotes hair growth.
  • Restores natural hair color.

Triphala Ghrita Indications

  • Naktandhya – Night blindness.
  • Nakulandhya – defective vision with colorful illumination.
  • Retinitis pigmentosa (its symptoms also resemble with Nakulandhya.
  • Timir roga (Refractive errors or eye coat Illnesses).
  • Cataract.
  • Computer vision syndrome.
  • Vision loss.
  • Itchy eyes.
  • Burning sensation in eyes or skin.
  • Myopia.
  • Amblyopia.
  • Macular Degeneration.
  • Solar Retinitis.
  • Diabetic retinopathy.
  • Color blindness.
  • Age-related vision loss.
  • Optic Neuritis.
  • Scleritis.
  • Ophthalmia.
  • Allergic Blepharitis.
  • Degenerative Ophthalmitis.
  • Trichiasis.
  • Eyelid Alopecia.
  • Photophobia.
  • Dacryocystitis.
  • Corneal Ulcer.
  • Xerophthalmia.
  • Dry Blepharitis.


The classical ayurvedic dosage of Triphala Ghritam is as follows:

Children 0.2 ml per Kg of body weight
Adults 6 – 12 ml (1 to 2 teaspoons)
Lactation 6 ml
Geriatric Dosage 6 ml
Maximum Possible Dosage 24 ml per day

How to Take Triphala Ghrita

Anupan (Adjuvant) Warm milk or with food.
Dosage Frequency Once or twice daily
Medication Time If once a day, then take it at night. If twice a day, then take it along with morning and evening meal.

Nasal Administration of Triphala Ghrita

Purpose of Use Dosage for instillation
Preventive Purpose 2 drops in early morning
Therapeutic Use (General) 2 to 5 drops
Panchakarma Treatment 5 to 10 drops


To prevent all types of eye diseases, you can just instill 2 drops of Triphala Ghritam in the morning on a daily basis. Along with Nasal instillation, you should also take it orally.

Akshi Tarpana

Triphala Ghrita is also recommended for panchakarma eye treatment, known as Akshi Tarpana. For this purpose, consult nearby ayurvedic center.

Safety Profile

Triphala Ghrita is well-tolerated and likely safe for internal use.

Triphala Ghrita Side Effects

If you use Triphala Ghrita wisely and in the recommended dosage, there are no side effects for its oral intake.

Nasal administration: Its nasal instillation can cause the following side effects:

  • Nasal irritation (quite normal).
  • Irritation in the throat and mouth (also normal).
  • Nasal mucus secretion (also quite normal).
  • Sneezing.

All these side effects are quite normal if stays up to 30 minutes. If these symptoms persist, gargle with warm salt-water.

For Triphala Ghrita can be used as eye drops, But consult to a Doctor on How to use it.

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