Indian gooseberry or Amla contains a greater amount of natural vitamin C and has an extremely high content of antioxidant. Amla, according to Ayurveda, is the perfect fruit because it contains all 6 flavors, which include: salty, sweet, sour, spicy, acerbic and bitter. A very important medicinal plant, which has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for more than 5000 years.
Amla’s reputation is confirmed by scientific research, thereby proving its immunostimulating property.
It harmonizes all 3 Ayurvedic types, Vata and Pitta mainly through its sweetness and Kapha for its drying effect. According to Ayurveda, Amla is one of the strongest rasayana products, i.e. rejuvenating composition, which is especially important for blood, bones, liver, heart and skin.
Clinical research has shown that Amla is being absorbed more effectively and has more effective clinical effects than synthetic vitamine C, also known as ascorbic acid. Absorption is greatly facilitated by Amla’s extremely high antioxidant content. Since Amla is not acidic but acerbic, there is no danger of peeing the whole thing out for the first time – because of its astringency, vitamine C drags itself into the mucous membranes of the intestine and slowly injects itself.
Four Nobel Prize laureate scholars and professors were interviewed from the world’s best-known clinical centers. L. Newbold, the “The cancer war: The case for vitamine C” (translation: Vitamine C Against Cancer), the author of the book reported on the latest vitamine C research as the most promising weapon that can fight cancer — not only as a treatment, but also as prevention.
In combination with 43 more medicinal agents, but mainly from Amla, the world-famous Chyawanprash product of Charak Rishi is produced.
What does it consist of?
Dried and ground fruit of Emblica officinalis (also known as Indian chestnut or Amla).
General effects of Amla based on Ayurvedic observations
- It has immuno-boosting, preventive and anti-aging effects
- It binds the acids
- Reduces liver and other intestinal inflammations
- Promotes digestion
- Strengthens the heart
- General body toning, rejuvenating effect, so it can be taken regularly
- Makes the skin smooth — corrects skin imperfections
- Sunscreen (before the summer season it is worth starting to take it to make the skin more resistant)
- Makes hair soft, silky
- Has a beneficial effect on eyesight
- Reduces upper respiratory inflammations
Exerts its beneficial effects in the treatment of the following symptoms/diseases
- Hyperacidity of the stomach
- Bile burning, bile vomiting
- Heart disease
- Hair loss
- Cell proliferation — cancerous deviations
- Effective help even with type 2 diabetes
- high cholesterol level
Our supplier partner in India is a certified organic producer of Ayurvedic products. All our products are 100% vegan, with cellulose capsules and Halal and Kosher certified.
Zsuzsi (store manager) –
I used Amla during the winter cold period, and I was happy as I got through winter in good health and without any cold or other illness. I just ran out, I’ll order again. Highly recommend it.
Jázmin (store manager) –
I took it all winter to strengthen my immune system, much more effective than a regular vitamin C 🙂 can only recommend!
Zsuzsanna (store manager) –
I took Amla during the winter period. I felt stronger, healthier, no viruses, infections, even though I work among young children, where there are many children with cold and cough very close to me.
Éva (store manager) –
Amla is not only an excellent in winter period… I have been taking Amla since the beginning of summer and my allergy appeared much later and much more mild than a year ago.:)