Amla, Emblica officinalis richest natural source of vitamin C, also known as Indian gooseberry.
According to ayurveda amla tastes sour primarily and sweet in secondary taste. It is light and dry with coolant property. These all qualities enhances it’s uses!
It has a vast role in ayurveda and contributes to health when entailed in day to day life
But how can we consume it for it’s magical action?
It remains a question in our minds which becomes a barrier for its use.
So let’s break that barrier and learn the ways to take the advantage of such a great fruit of our nature that is amla.
Before starting let me count you the list of its remedial action-
- Heart disease
- Liver dysfunction
- Stomach disorder
- Skin disorder
- Blood disorder
- Dental disease
- Respiratory disorder
- Weight management
- And so on..
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Ways to use amla
- Raw form
It is the Best and the easiest way to use amla. It benefits best when taken directly in raw form. Have a fresh amla in the morning for best results. It enhances your hairs and skin, boosts immunity also.
- Amla juice
Have a glass of diluted amla juice in the morning for best results. You can add honey by your choice to enhance its taste. Amla juice works best when mixed with aloe vera juice for immune-boosting property. It detoxifies the body also
3. Amla powder
This preparation can be stored for a long run in a air tight container. It can be used externally as well as internally
Externally applying its paste with aloe vera on the face and hairs improves the shine and charm. You can add mulatani mitti and lemon accordingly.
Internally taken with honey or luke warm water metabolizes the whole body. It reduces the risk of heart diseases
- Amla murabba/candy
This preparation is mainly meant for kids who are taste conscious. As candies tastes yummier and happily consumed by kids. It can also be preserved for long run.
Chawanprash as we all are familiar is the immune booster preparation for all age groups. And you all should not be glad to learn the fact that amla is the main constituent of chawanprash.
Always consume chawanprash in the morning at breakfast time with milk.
Amla is the magical fruit believed in ayurveda. There are various other preparations of amla but these are the easiest you all can have at your door steps.
Amla plays a chief role in ayurvedic medicines as no land left where amla have not left it’s foot marks!
Whether it is a shampoo, lotion, soap, foot cream, anything you would see amla as one of the constituent for sure.
In traditional Indian medicines amla’s fruit plays a vital role. It’s all parts are used in the formulation.
So if you haven’t yet included amla in your daily routine, what are you waiting for?
Let’s start it from today and experience it’s magic by ourselves!