As with many things internet based, a lot of information is copied and pasted, has a dash of creative license, a sprinkling of Chinese whispers and boom you have a new superfood or a superherb. When we select our products we look for the most effective and the very best quality. So we research and research some more, then provide all of that research for you so that you can make up your own mind.
Research suggests that Triphala when taken for extended periods can help reduce stress on the immune system, with the potential to lessen the release of cortisol and improve immune response. Triphala may also have the ability to reduce inflammation in autoimmune diseases. 
Triphala has also been suggested to reduce the growth of cancer cells and that it may be helpful in conjunction with chemotherapy. [4, 5]
Triphala may be able to help in the management of weight in a high fat diet by helping to reduce overall cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, which improving HDL. 
Tulsi has been suggested to be able to reduce overall blood glucose levels, and fasted glucose levels in the blood stream of people with type 2 Diabetes. It has also been shown to help reduce high blood pressure in those with hypertension. Studies have found that Tulsi may help balance blood sugar by impacting the enzymes responsible for carbohydrate metabolism. [1, 2, 4, 14, 15, 16]
Research has found that Triphala is an antioxidant-rich herbal formulation containing polyphenols such as naringin, quercetin, homoorientin, Isorhamnetin, hypaconitine, and acaciin. 
The polyphenols in Triphala have been shown to be converted in the gut to metabolites which may be anti-oxidative. 
Triphala has been found to contain phytochemicals such as quercetin and gallic acid and that they promote the growth of Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus species while inhibiting the growth of undesirable gut residents such as E. coli., aiding the health of gut microbiome. Triphala has also been reported to help reduce constipation, mucous, abdominal pain, hyperacidity, and flatulence while improving the regularity and consistency of bowl movements. .
Research has also found that the phenolic anti-oxidant in Triphala may have the potential to help reduce ulcers by balancing and reducing stress in the gastrointestinal tract. 
Studies have also identified that Triphala may help promote the growth of collagen while reducing oxidative stress, thus has the potential to be anti-aging. .
Triphala has been studied and suggested to help reduce inflammation in bone and cartilage of those suffering from arthritis, while also helping reduce fat oxidation. .
Triphala has been shown to contain vitamin c and flavonols (anti-oxidants), these anti-oxidative effects may help eye health by increasing the glutathione levels in the eyes lenses and potentially helping prevent cataracts. [4, 6].
Triphala may also help the cardiovascular system by balancing cholesterol levels. .
If taken for a period of 45 days or more Triphala may help balance blood sugar levels. [2, 7]
ANTI-bacterial & anti-microbial
Research has suggested that Triphala may contain strong antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus epidermidis. 
In a review, Triphala was suggested to potentially be effective in the management of dental caries, gingival and periodontal diseases. Plus, that is may have potential as a root canal irrigant and against oral candida species.  Research also suggests that by using a mouth wash of Triphala and water, the oral bacteria Streptococcus mutan which contributes to too decay, may be reduced. 
Triphala may be able to help in the management of weight in a high fat diet by helping to reduce overall cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, which improving HDL.