WHOLE DRIED AMLA BERRIES
Small: 3x4 sized pouch
approximate serving size : 12 - 15 servings
- helps fight the common cold
- improves eyesight.
- burns fat
- builds immunity
- improves skin
- helps manage chronic conditions.
- relieves pain
- helps to soothe the mucus membranes of the throat
Phyllanthus emblica is a small deciduous tree native to India. Amla produces small fruits that are bitter, astringent, and sour. Also called Indian gooseberry or amlaki, the fruits are used for their beneficial and nutritious qualities.
Amla is considered a superfood it is extremely rich in Vitamin A and C. It also contains high levels of folic acid, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, carotene and magnesium. Due to its powerful anioxidant properties, it was used as an ayurvedic medicine to boost skin and hair health.
Amla contains eight times more Vitamin C than an orange, it has twice the antioxidant power as of acai berry and 17 times that of a pomegranate.
The alkaline nature of Amla is known to clear and strengthen the digestive system. The high fiber content of Amla is excellent for the digestive system as it cures constipation.
Using Dried Amla
Our whole dried amla is seedless and can be steeped as tea or extracted. It can also be ground in a modar and pestle to yield amla powder. The powder in turn can be mixed with water, honey and made into a hair and face mask. Amla works wonders in hair treatment: aiding in hair growth, preventing hair loss and healing damaged hair. The powder or water-softened amla can also be added to juices or smoothies. If you want to soften it, soak it in water for 30 mins. Our dried amla can be can be chewed on, but be aware that it is extremely hard and sour.
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