Terminalia chebula, or more commonly referred to as chebulic myrobalan is a plant with a wide geographical distribution, ranging from Nepal, India, China, and much of southeast Asia. The fruit from the plant has a history of use in Ayurveda, a system of traditional medicine in India. More specifically, it has been used as a part of an Ayurvedic formulation known as triphala to support liver health.
Sphaeranthus indicus, or more commonly referred to as east Indian globe thistle is a plant readily found in plains and low hills throughout India. It has been reported that a decoction made from the plant has been used to support liver health. The flower of the plant has been described as a depurative.