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Amla (Emblica Officinalis)آملہ



Amla has an important role in the traditional medicine of India to reduce anxiety and burning sensation in skin and eyes, improve anemic condition, favor the health of the male reproductive system and reproduction, facilitate digestion, improve liver health, and also exert a tonic effect in the cardiovascular system

Health Benefits:
The antioxidants and vitamins found in amla berries offer several health benefits. High concentrations of vitamin C in amla helps the body recover from illness. Amla berries also include several flavonols, chemicals that have been linked to benefits like improved memory.

Here are some other health benefits of amla:

Diabetes Control

The soluble fiber in amla berries dissolves quickly in the body, which helps to slow the rate your body absorbs sugar. This can help reduce blood sugar spikes. Amla berries also have a positive effect on blood glucose and lipid counts in people with type 2 diabetes.


1-etter Digestion:

The fiber in amla berries helps the body regulate bowel movements and may help to relieve symptoms from conditions like irritable bowel syndrome. High levels of vitamin C in Amla berries helps your body absorb other nutrients, so they may be helpful if you take iron and other mineral supplements.

2-Healthier Eyes:

Amla berries are rich in vitamin A, which is key to improving eye health. Vitamin A not only improves vision, but it also may lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration. Amla’s vitamin C content aids in eye health by fighting bacteria, which can help to protect your eyes from conjunctivitis (pink eye) and other infections.

3-Lowers Cholesterol Levels:

Amla helps in lowering bad cholesterol and keeps the levels of good cholesterol optimal. It can reduce the accumulation of fats in arteries and veins. Amla benefits in lowering the risk of getting atherosclerosis and promotes healthy circulation along with overall cardiovascular health.

4-Aids Weight Loss:

Amla’s high-fat burning properties have been shown in various studies. This plant accelerates metabolism, improving protein synthesis and reducing fat deposits. It also favours fluid reduction because it promotes diuresis with the excretion of organic toxins through the urine.

5-Improve Digestive Processes:

The fibre content of Amla reduces these problems. Also, at the stomach level, it favours digestion because it increases the action of gastric juices for the decomposition of food. Thus, it is also useful to relieve stomach heaviness and gases.

6-Supports Healthy Blood Glucose:

Amla aids in metabolism, therefore, it promotes glucose uptake and helps in maintaining optimal blood glucose levels.

It also reduces oxidative stress and protects pancreatic cells from oxidative damage. The benefits of eating amla include helping in insulin release, which prevents post-meal sugar spikes.

7-Effects on the Skin:

One of the uses of amla is as a tonic for its great astringent power, which removes impurities, deeply cleanses and purifies the skin, providing luminosity to the face. Amla is indicated for all skin types, especially for those that are dull or devitalized and for mature skin. It is a great regenerator of the skin that helps fight against the signs of ageing.

8-Effects on Hair Growth:

It is a powerful hair regenerator, it stimulates the roots, strengthens it and favours its growth, since it stimulates the hair follicles. It also slows down your fall (except in cases of congenital alopecia). Its antioxidant power serves to combat premature greying. It also has a conditioning effect, providing softness and shine to the hair, improving its texture and preventing split ends.

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100g, 250g, 500g


Whole, Grounded


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