Amla is also known as Indian gooseberry or Phyllanthus emblica, which have been used in traditional Ayurvedic Indian medicine for thousands of years. Looking at the cultural and religious significance and beliefs, Amla is said to have originated from the drop of Amrit (Nectar). And hence also religious belief makes claims that it almost cures every disease and is also good in extending the longevity of life.
It appears to be very promising as Amla could help lower blood glucose in both healthy and diabetic persons. It appears to be able to reduce triglycerides and better the cholesterol profile as well as benefit cardiovascular health. Most of these actions are attributed to its antioxidant properties, which are partially derived from a high vitamin C content. In addition to being loaded with vitamin C, this fruit also contains several other vitamins, antioxidants and essential minerals. Amla is also useful in lessening coughs and alleviating fevers. This herb works in the form of blood purifier.
Hair care: Helps enriches hair growth and hair pigmentation. This is due to the carotene content of Amla as well as its iron content and general antioxidant capacity.
Eye care: Helps improve eyesight and nearsightedness and cataracts. This is mainly due to its impressive content of carotene including Vitamin A.
Calcium absorption: Helps the body absorb calcium in a positive way. This is due to its high content of vitamin C
Metabolic Activity: Helps in improving the metabolism rate in the body due to its proteins content. It detoxifies the body and removes toxins.
Weight loss: It fulfills the daily body needs of minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients, which keeps body active and promotes weight loss.
Menstrual cramps: Some of the minerals and vitamins in Amla combine to make it very useful in the treatment of menstrual cramps.
Diabetes: Amla contains chromium, which has a therapeutic value for diabetic patients.
Skin care: Helps for getting better skin complexion, as it is the excellent source of vitamin C and minerals.
Anti-aging: Amla also have good source of vitamin A and antioxidants quality thus reduce the ageing process. It’s very necessary for producing collagen.
Heart disease: It also helps strengthens the heart muscles and helps reducing excess cholesterol which can reduce the chances of stokes and heart attacks.
The iron content promotes the creation of new red blood cells, increasing circulation and the oxygenation of organs and cells to maximize growth and regeneration of tissue, while keeping the blood vessels and arteries clean.
Infection: Due to antibacterial, good source of vitamin C, antioxidant and astringent attributes it helps protect the body against infection and improves the body’s immune response
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, we recommend that you take onr or two capsules twice a day with meals or as suggested by your health practitioner.
Posted by Seema on 1st Jun 2017
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