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Amla and its greatness
“the precious herb by the nature’’
Amla or Indian gooseberry tree, also known as ‘divya’ and ‘amrit’ because of its richness and greatness and it is the precious herb of nature to us.
Amla fruit and its juice has immense health benefits and nutritional values. It is the richest source of vitamin C. Interestingly, it contains approx 20 times the amount of vitamin C in oranges. It has a great contribution in health benefits and keeps away from many diseases. It can be used in many forms.
- Anti-inflammatory herb and strong anti-oxidant properties. It prevents ageing and cell degeneration.
- Amla stabilizes blood sugar as it is low in sugar and has high fiber content.
- It is very useful in skin diseases and regular intake of amla promotes glow on skin.
- It is a natural gift for eyesight and it reduces the redness and itching of eyes.
- Amla treats hypertension as it is a great source of vitamin C.
- Massaging with the amla oil improves the texture of the hair.
- It has benefits for anaemic people, as it is rich in ascorbic acid which is essential ingredient for the absorption of iron.
- It is very useful for cough, bronchitis and asthma.
- It is the best natural anti-inflammatory herb.
- It has natural benefits for indigestion, constipation, acidity and gastric troubles.
- It reduces health weakness and makes our immune system strong.
Nutritional values of Amla include Vitamin C, calcium, iron, fiber, phosphorus, protein and carbohydrates.
Amla is considered as powerful fruit for the brain. Intake of amla in the form of fruit, juice and powdered form can do wonders to your body.