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100% pure Amla powder
May contain traces of celery, mustard and sesame seeds.
Good to know
Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old Indian health science that uses the benefits of food for therapeutic purposes. Within Ayurveda, so-called “polyherbal formulations” made from several ingredients are mostly used to combine the effectiveness of the different plants to achieve an effect that is not available in one herb alone – Amla is very often used as one of these ingredients as it balances out all three doshas.
Amla can be consumed daily without any problems and supports the body in many ways, as it acts as a natural antihistamine and can strengthen the immune system.
The Amla fruit is actually a gooseberry and at the same time one of the healthiest fruits in the world and has 30 times more vitamin C than an orange, making it the richest fruit of vitamin C.
Amla powder can be consumed (in smoothies, juices or in warm water) as well as used externally. To do this, mix the powder as a paste and use it for hair or skin care or to relieve pain on the spot.
Dosing: 2x daily 1 tsp to 1 tbsp
Note: Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and healthy lifestyle; NOT SUITABLE FOR PREGNANT AND NURSING WOMEN.
For beautiful hair, amla powder, mixed with a little water, can also be used as a hair conditioner.
More vitamin C is not possible!
Eye & Ear
Diabetics in particular have an increased risk of cataracts (grey star), which can be prevented by Amla as it blocks aldose reductase (an enzyme).
Due to its high fiber content, Amla regulates intestinal movements and thereby loosens blockages.
Joints & Bones
A human pilot study showed a reduction in blood cholesterol levels, which could reduce inflammation caused by arthritis and joint pain.
Due to the high vitamin C content, it can reduce the severity of colds and coughs or even relieve asthmatic discomfort.
In the fight against cancer, the first studies from Nagasaki University in Japan also show promising results, as it seems to prevent cancer cell growth.
Beauty & well-being
Amla is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory substances such as quercetin, gallic and ellagic acids, as well as corilagin and can therefore be helpful in alleviating stress. It improves sleep, relaxes muscles and can have a calming effect on the body – hair growth should also be stimulated by Amla.