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Amalaki also known as Amla,is an essential herb since ancient ayurveda and contains wide variety of healing properties. It is the most powerful rejuvenating herb with the highest content of Vitamin C than any other fruit. Amalaki is an aid in gastritis, colitis, ulcers, heartburn or acid reflux. It also acts as a natural anti inflammatory that soothes and protects the tissues of the digestive tract. It also plays a major role in detoxifying the body. Amalaki also helps in proper functioning of the liver, spleen, heart and lungs. It plays a vital role in improving eyesight, strengthen the bones and teeth, and cause hair and nails to grow. It act as an immunity booster enhancing the physical and mental health. It is one of the three most important herbs found in Triphala, an ayurvedic formula.
Health Benefits of Amalaki
- Rejuvenates liver and supports healthy metabolism, digestion and elimination.
- Contains antioxidant, adaptogenic, and anti-inflammatory properties that cool, tone, and nourish tissues and organs.
- Nourishes the heart and respiratory system by blemishing digestive fire.
- Detoxifying agent, assists natural internal cleansing and maintains regularity.
- Promotes healthy eyes, treats inflammation, infection, and improves eyesight.
- Builds and supports a healthy immune response and prevents ageing.
- Increase the growth of hair, reducing hair loss and premature ageing.
Related Health Conditions/Diseases
- Colitis (An autoimmune or infectious inflammatory reaction in the colon)
- Constipation (difficulty in emptying the bowels)
- Premature gray hair (Body stop producing Melanin)
- GERD ,Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease ( Disease in which stomach acid or bile irritates the food pipe lining)
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Is it safe for pregnant and lactating mothers?Yes, it is generally safe for pregnant and lactating mothers except for those having loose bowels.
How does it taste?Amalaki is mostly sour and bitter in taste with little sweet and pungent.
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