Botanical Name: Phyllanthus emblica
Tamil Name:நெல்லி / Nelli
Hindi Name: आमला amla, आंवला anwla, बहुमूली bahu-muli
Malayalam Name: അംല / Amla
Telugu Name: ఆమ్లా / Āmlā
Amla is rich in antioxidants and helps in fighting free radicals from the body, also reduces the cell damage and the risk of cancer plus inflammation.The fine powder of amla gives you glowing skin and keeps it hydrated. For internal use, consume it with water and see the results after a month.
One of the amazing benefits of amla is that it has a high fiber content which works wonderfully for the digestive system. It’s an effective cure for constipation. The dried powder of the amla fruit is also a great home remedy for hyperacidity and stomach ulcers.
Nutrition value per 100 grams
Energy 44 Kcal
» Carbohydrates 10.18 g
» Protein 0.88 g
» Total Fat 0.58 g
» Dietary Fiber 4.3 g
» Folates 6 mcg
» Niacin 0.300 mg
» Pantothenic acid 0.286 mg
» Pyridoxine 0.080 mg
» Riboflavin 0.030 mg
» Thiamin 0.040 mg
» Vitamin A 290 IU
» Vitamin C 27.7 mg
Benefits of Amla
- It helps fight the common cold
- It improves eyesight
- Burns fat
- Builds immunity
- Amla beautifies hair
- It improves skin
- Helps manage chronic conditions
- Relieves pain
⇒ Amla powder is a powerhouse of nutrients
⇒ It is rich in Vitamin C, calcium and iron
⇒ It helps in boosting your immunity naturally
Amla is the best medicine and it is also known as a Rasayana. This top herbal product comes with outstanding rejuvenating, longevity and holistic properties that ensure both mind and body balance.
This wonder fruit solves all the digestive disorders, boost immunity, serves as an astringent, works for all body types and is popular for pacifying all three disorders of the body – vata, kapha and pitta.
In fact, amla is a significant ingredient in all popular ayurvedic formulations. These supplements are not only readily available but also are quite affordable.