A very powerful anti-inflammatory herb. It enhances production of Red Blood Cells, strengthens teeth, hair and nails. It has also been used to increase lean body mass and help with weight management.
Amla reduces unwanted fat because it increases total protein levels; this is due to its ability to create a positive nitrogen balance and it also significantly reduces the levels of free fatty acids. In addition, amla, in a raw or natural form, reduces cholesterol and cholesterol-induced atherosclerosis (Obstruction of the arteries), making it a useful natural product to fight obesity.
Reduces bad cholesterol levels - LDL
Excellent source of Vitamin C - 30x more than oranges
Supports cardiovascular health
Supports healthy lungs
Enhances food absorption
Balances stomach acids
Fortifies the liver
Nourishes the brain and mental functioning
Supports the heart
Strengthens the lungs
Helps the urinary system
Good for the skin
Promotes healthier hair
Acts as a body coolant
Flushes out toxins
Strengthens the eyes
Improves muscle tone
Acts as an antioxidant
According to many of the medical doctors the use of this fruit will permit a person to live for a hundred years with the vitality normally associated with youth. Amla has been promoted as having the ability to promote rejuvenation in many of the body's vital systems, provide added strength and promote a general feeling of wellness. It readily prevents many of our common diseases by boosting our personal immune system.
This fruit is known to be the richest source of Vitamin C in nature. According to the ayurvedic medicine literature Amla fruits possess five from a total of six rasa lacking only lavan rasa. It contains sheet virya or cold potency, guru or heavy and ruksh or dry. These properties allow it to work the best on the pitta disorders but have been known to help suppress all the three doshas.
Due to the presence of the five rasa it is helpful in decreasing ones appetite, acidity, indigestion, constipation, flatulence, gastric troubles, promotes salivation, strengthens the teeth and improves the liver function. Excellent results have been documented in its use against gastric ulcers and piles.
Amlaki benefits the circulatory system and promotes healthier heart functioning. It controls the toxin level of the body by increasing the blood circulation, reduces plaque formation within the arteries, and lowers blood sugar level as well as cholesterol level. Lastly it builds up the red blood cells.
One's respiratory system also can benefit from this fruit. It is useful in expelling sputum from ones respiratory tract; it fights tuberculosis, chronic coughing as well as allergic and childhood asthma.
It is extremely beneficial in building up nerve cells which tend to provide support for paralytic conditions. It promotes the brains ability to understand things easier, increases the sensitivity of our various sense organs, hones our reflexes, it tends to instill a sense of calmness within one's mind and suppresses any stress or mental tensions.
Regular use of the Amla fruit provides a radiant glow on the skin and delays the onset of wrinkles as well as loosening of the skin. It is exceptionally effective in cases of eczema.
When used as a local application it is beneficial in prevention of hair loss. When rubbed on the scalp it stimulates the hair follicles and promoting thick healthy hair growth. It will prevent premature graying of ones hairs and lessens dandruff. Many Indian women use Amla as a natural hair conditioner when washing their hair.
For those people suffering from arthritic conditions it will readily act as an anti-inflammatory agent quickly and effectively suppressing swelling and its associated pain.
In some cases it has been reported that the fruit has improved individuals' eyesight. It eliminates the watering and itching often found in tired eyes. Very good results have been documented on its use against cataracts.
It functions greatly as an anti-aging agent and improving ones general health while improving our immune system increasing our chances of fighting off diseases.
Suggested Dosage: Take ¼ to ½ teaspoon 2-3 times per day mixed in warm water or as recommended by your health care practitioner.
Ingredient: Pure amalaki fruit (dried). With no artificial colors, flavors or ingredients.
Botanical Name: Emblica officinalis
Notes: Kosher. Non-irradiated. aka gooseberry
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