WHAT IS AMLA POWDER?
Amla Powder is made from the Indian Gooseberry (Amla) which is a fruit that is a mixture of bitter and sweet. It is native to China, India and other tropical areas in Asia.
HOW TO USE AMLA POWDER?
There are many ways to use Amla Powder:
- You can mix powder in water or other juices, or you can consume it on its own. You can also mix a little bit of honey into the juice. Honey helps reduce the bitterness of the Amla and has its own amazing benefits.
- You can also use it on your skin by making a face mask. You can mix Amla powder, honey and yogurt to make a quick face mask which helps clean your skin and make it glow.
- You can also use it in your hair.
BENEFITS OF AMLA POWDER
Amla Powder is a rich source of iron, vitamin C and Calcium.
It is full of antioxidants which helps in reducing; cell damage, the risk of cancer and inflammation.
It regulates the build-up of bad cholesterol which helps in reducing the risk of a heart disease.
It contains the purest form of Vitamin C which makes blood vessels strong and thick. This also helps with your immunity, making it easier to fight infections.
It contains high amounts of fibre which improves your digestive system and also helps with issues such as constipation.
As it contains Chromium, it makes the body more responsive to insulin and regulates the blood glucose levels – making it good for diabetics.
Consuming Amla powder daily can help increase your haemoglobin naturally.
It can also be used as a blood purifier when consumed with honey.
As it contains Carotene and Vitamin A, it improves your eyesight. This also helps reduces the risk of muscular degeneration and night blindness.
If it is consumed regularly, the nutrients stay in the body which helps with menstrual cramps and nausea during pregnancy.
BENEFITS OF AMLA POWDER FOR THE HAIR AND SKIN
- Promote healthy hair growth
- Condition your scalp
- Increase volume in your hair
- Reduce dandruff
- Improve the tone of henna hair dyes
- As Amla is rich in iron, vitamin C, E, A – when applied to hair and skin it can help the cells regenerate; therefore adding glow to the skin and reducing dandruff in hair.
Disclaimer: This content is for informational purposes only. The content presented here is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate or prevent any type of illness, disease or medical condition. Before using any type of natural supplement, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional. Although the benefits of these natural supplements have been known and documented for a long time in herbal medicine (Ayurveda), they have not been properly studied through modern clinical research.