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benefits of Amla for health.
« on: December 16, 2016, 05:12:18 am »
Check out this health benefits of Amla.
Control sugar level: It is also very useful in controlling blood sugar level. Prepare a mixture of amla, jamun and bitter gourd powder (equal quantities). Take one teaspoonful of this mixture once or twice a day to make your diabetes under control.

Applying pulp of Amla on the head and washing the hair after massage helps in curing burning sensation in the eyes and heaviness of the head.

Applying paste made up of dried Amla powder with Kumkum, Neelkamal and rose-water cures headache. Applying paste of Juice of 2 to 3 Amla or its pulp mixed with little rose water and 3 to 4 pieces of kesar (saffron) in it-on the affected part for 15 mts. relieves the pain of migraine.

The dried fruit is useful in hemorrhage, diarrhea and dysentery. It is antibacterial and its astringent properties prevent infection and help in the healing of ulcers. It is used as a laxative to relieve constipation in piles. It is used in the treatment of leucorrhea and artherosclerosis. Amla is also known as Indian Gooseberry. It has one of the richest concentrations of natural vitamin C of any edible plants on this planet.

The fruit is cooling, laxative and diuretic. It is one of the best known agents to retard aging. Amla, Emblica officinalis is a much revered fruit in Ayurveda for its anti-diabetic, antiseptic and anti-pyretic properties. It is an effective cerebral, heart and gastrointestinal tonic. Amla coincidently has anabolic effect and is helpful in increasing the body weight by way of its role in absorption of protein and balancing nitrogen in the body.

Health is the only true wealth.

Indian Gooseberry (Amla)


Amla is one of the most potent natural sources of vitamin C available in nature. Indian gooseberry, better known as Amla,
 is botanically known as Emblica officinalis. This fruit is power-packed with a host of nutrients offering tremendous health

Amla may not be pleasant to the tastebuds because of its sour and bitter taste but that should not deter one from eating it.

 Here are some health benefits of Amla:

Amla is one of the most potent natural sources of vitamin C available in nature.
When vitamin C is taken in the form of supplements, it is not easily absorbed by the body.
Eating amla is one of the best ways to have your body absorb vitamin C.

Rich in anti-oxidants that are known to protect against the formation of free radicals in the body, amla is good for preventing
 the risk of cancer. Because it contains anti-inflammatory properties, amla is beneficial for reducing inflammation due to joint
pains and arthritis. Amla is also high in fibre and therefore is useful for treating constipation.

Possessing sedative properties, amla can be used to alleviate stress and thus help in treating sleep disorder like insomnia by aiding in better quality sleep.

To heal mouth ulcers, gargle using water mixed with fresh amla juice.

To seek relief from menstrual cramps, have fresh amla juice mixed with a ripe banana, two to three times a day.

To seek relief from cold and cough, take two tablespoons of fresh amla juice along with a teaspoon of honey, two to three times a day.


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