Jun 21 , 2021




Looking for natural source of Vitamin C !!!!!.   Your search ends here.  Indian Gooseberry or Amla is a rich source of nutrients.

It’s a natural product to boost immunity, metabolism and prevent common diseases

It can be taken in various forms like juice, powder, jam or Murraba (Preserved Gooseberry).  Including amla in your diet is like having important nutrients every day.

Ayurveda (The Science of Life. Which originated in India more than 5,000 years ago) a person's health is based on their dosha  viz

  • Vata Dosha -  associated with  Air and space
  • Pitta Dosha - associated with   Fire and water
  • Kapha dosha - associated with  Water and earth


Amla very helpful for reducing inflammation in the digestive tract, and also provides strength to  the heart. Amla (Gooseberries) are incredibly powerful antioxidants having high content of   Vitamin C that make it a very effective immunity booster.

Health Benefits of Amla includes : -

  • Supports heart health
  • Nourishes Skin and hairs
  • Helps in digestion
  • Good for eyes
  • Reduces Constipation


It is best to have amla juice empty stomach in the morning. Add 10-20 ml (1-2 tablespoons) of Amla juice to a cup of water (100-150 ml).

Can be consumed twice a day. Having at night will help in detoxifying the effect of day’s food intake.


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