Amla is also known as Emblica, Indian Gooseberry, Embelica myrobalan. It consists of dried as well as fresh fruits of the plant Emblica Officinalis, belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae.
Amla plant is grown by seed germination. It can also be propagated by budding or cutting. The fruits of the plants are collected commercially from wild grown plants.
Cultivated plants bear comparatively large fruits. The tree flowers in the hot season and the fruits ripen during winters.
Amla fruits are used in Indian medicines. It is used as an acrid, diuretic, refrigerant and laxative. The dried fruits are given in dysentery and diarrhea.
They are also administered in Jaundice, dyspepsia, and anemia. Fruits are also used in the preparation of inks, hair oils, and shampoo. The oil extracted from the fruit is reported to be useful in hair growth.
The seeds of the fruits are given in the treatment of asthma and bronchitis. It is a popular ingredient in Triphala and Chyavanprash.
The powerful vitamins C and A present in amla helps o fight infections. Boost the formation of white blood cells in the body which helps to eliminate toxins from the body.
The chromium present in amla helps in secretion of insulin thereby lowering down the sugar levels in the body.
Consumption of amla makes your health strong. The fibers present in amla helps to ease bowel movements. Helps to flush out the toxins from the body. Stimulates the secretion of digestive juices.
The powerful content of amla is vitamin C. Its the key source of a healthy heart. Consumption of amla on regular basis makes the heart muscles stronger. Helps in proper blood circulation. Helps in reducing cholesterol.
Lowers the formation of atherosclerosis by removing the cholesterol deposits from the arteries. Increase hemoglobin levels in the body. Promotes oxyhaemoglobin in the body.
Amla is diuretic in nature. Helps to eliminate toxins, excess levels of uric acid, salt, water from the body.
Amla is loaded with polyphenols, flavonoids, and tannins which helps in the treatment of cancer.
The vitamin C and calcium present in amla helps in promoting bone health. Calcium is useful for bones health, makes the teeth and nails stronger.
Consumption of amla on a regular basis can improve your appetite. Amla is used in the treatment of fever, anemia, liver disease, respiratory and urine problems, etc.
The carotene present in amla helps in improving your vision. Helps in preventing eye infections, cataract problems, etc.
Amla helps to boost metabolism, helps to burn fat faster. Amla is rich in fibers which helps to relieve constipation problems.
Amla is rich in antioxidants that help to reduce premature signs of aging like wrinkles, fine line, etc. Vitamin C, A present in amla helps to boost collagen production. Makes your skin look younger and healthier.
Amla is rich in fiber content that helps in removing the toxins from the body. Purifies the blood. Amla helps in fighting infections caused by bacteria.
The vitamin C and antioxidants present in amla helps in skin brightening. Helps in skin tightening.
Amla is a boon for all the hair problems. It is a natural hair tonic. Amla helps to improve overall hair health.
Topical application of amla juice on your hair can reverse greying of hair. Regular application of amla in the form of fresh juice or powder can make your hair black from grey.
Regular consumption of amla helps to stimulate hair growth. Massaging of amla hair oil can help you reduce hair fall within no time.
Amla helps in providing blood circulation to the hair. Erases all the scalp problems. Provides nourishment to the hair follicles. Aids in healthy hair growth.