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The Amala also known as Indian Gooseberry (Emblica Officnalis ) fruit is native to India and its reference can be found in the ancient Indian text of Ayurveda nearly 3000 years ago mainly for health care and beauty .Its reference can even be found in the Unani system of medicines.
The Amalaki herb adapts itself to any climatic conditions and has the potential to grow anywhere from poor to rich soil. With feathery green leaves this tree of Amla bears yellow green flowers. , It has grey bark with red wood and bears small green colored fruits with strong scent of lemon which are used to produce oil.
The content of vitamin C in the fruit of Amala is nearly 30 times more than that of an orange. It is also known to be rich in fiber, minerals and proteins. Every part of the Indian Gooseberry tree from fruits, flowers, bark, roots and seeds are useful to mankind.
Hence its use as a home remedy in Indian households for the cure of various diseases such as common cold and also for boosting the immune system has been in prevalence since ages.
The Amalaki Himalaya manufactured in the form of tablets contains all the same Amalaki benefits which an individual can possess by eating the fruit of Amala. Like for any other ayurvedic preparation, this medicine can also be consumed after consultation with a medical specialist.
The benefits of Amalaki from Himalaya are underlined as follows:
- Antioxidant: Being rich in antioxidant the regular consumptions of the fruit of Amala helps an individual to fight against harmful free radicals responsible for causing diseases such as cancer.
- Helps to Increase the count of red blood cells thus aiding to heal diabetes, rejuvenate skin, healing skin diseases and toning of the heart muscles. Hence its role in preventing and treating heart disease is undisputed.
- Beauty Purpose: The role of Amalaki herb and fruit in field of beauty is irreplaceable. The Grandma recipes are a testimony to the fact that Indian women have used this rich fruit of Amala for nourishing and growing their hair since eons. Being an astringent, it has little drying effect which can overcome with the use of a good moisturizing hair conditioner.
- Eye related disorder: A little honey mixed with the juice of Amala herb if taken daily is known to preserve eyesight and help in the cure of conjunctivitis glaucoma and also reduce the intraocular tension.
With such a peerless fruit of Amala having multiple benefits such as anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-histamine, anti-fungal, anti-spasmodic, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and yeast inhibiting properties.
Why should anyone suffer from the use of the modern harmful drugs and cosmetics having lot of side effects and spoil one’s health?