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Amla or the Indian gooseberry may not be very appealing in its taste, but this tangy fruit is surely the “wonder fruit”. Amla (Phyllanthus) is also known as amlakka or amlakai in Hindi. The powder obtained from these potent gooseberries has been primarily used in traditional Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Amla is traditionally used in all Ayurveda preparations and offers numerous skin and health benefits.
» Amla Powder helps to cure sore throat and cold. For this, mix 2 teaspoon of amla powder with 2 teaspoon of Aryan’s honey. Have it 3-4 times in a day for effective results.
» A great source of vitamin C.
» Amla Powder helps to purify blood, if taken along with Aryan’s Honey.
» Amla Powder is very useful for improving eyesight. It also reduces reddening, itching and watering of eyes
» Amla Powder helps to increase our protein metabolism. If you have a high metabolism, then you lose weight faster.
» Amla Powder increases the hemoglobin in blood, the RBC (red blood cells) count and purifies blood.
» Amla is rich in chromium which regulates the carbohydrate metabolism and makes the body more responsive to insulin, which reduces the blood glucose level.
» Amla reduces ill effects of Cigarette smoke in the Lungs. Due to its high anti-oxidant contents, it fights off free radicals liberated from the smoke.
» Due to the high concentration of anti-oxidants.It tightens and tones the skin and thus reduces facial lines.
» Amla is known to reduce pigmentation and with regular use, brightens dull and dry skin.
» Amla powder helps to clear pimples and acne.
» It enriches hair growth and hair pigmentation. It strengthens roots of hair and maintain color.
» High content of vitamin C boosts the collagen cells production in the skin, giving you soft, supple and youthful skin.
» A study published in the "European Journal of Clinical Nutrition" demonstrated the ability of amla to reduce cholesterol.
» Amla powder prevents dandruff.
» Amla Protects the body from radiations.
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