Amla berry has been used in Ayurvedic medicine system for decades now. Scientifically Amla berry is referred to as Phyllanthus emblica or emblic myrobalan. Its benefits are mentioned in Ayurvedic texts and has been experienced by people since olden days.
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Amla berry is consumed in many forms and the most favorable one is the powdered form as compared to fresh Amla berry fruit because of its higher bioavailability meaning easily absorbed by our body.
Let’s explore the list of some of the many benefits of Amla as highlighted by Anoop Sharma, here:
Amla stops health-related hyperlipidaemia by decreasing the number of free radicals in the body because of its antioxidant qualities. Free radicals are related with signs of aging like wrinkles and age spots.
Indian gooseberry contains chromium, which has a medicinal value for diabetic patients. It reduces blood sugar in diabetic patients.
Indian gooseberry makes your immune system and nervous system stronger. Amla has high antibacterial value which helps to fight against infection by building immunity.
Amla is beneficial in heart attack, fast heartbeat and high blood pressure. It makes your blood vessels soft and increase elasticity which prevents heart attack and high blood pressure.
Great for Eyes
Amla (mirobalano) has a huge amount of calcium in it which is a necessary supplement for eyes. It aids the consumer to have a proper eye site as it is enriched with vitamins.
As it contains iron and other hair growth and nourishing elements, it is used in several hair serums, oils and many more. It helps in maintaining the natural sheen of hair by intensifying the hair from the root and ensure that your hair will stick with you no matter what.
For Cosmetic Benefits:
Indian Gooseberry seems LIKELY SAFE for most people when consumed in amounts found in foods as mentioned on WebMD here. Before following any remedies, kindly contact a qualified Ayurvedic/Medical Practitioner to understand the correct dosage for you and/or to understand if you are allergic to any.