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What is Amla ? Benefits of Amla

Amla is an excellent source of Vitamin C, hence it helps boost your immunity, metabolism and prevents viral and bacterial ailments, including cold and cough. Its nutritional profile also comes studded with a range of polyphenols that are known to fight against the development of cancer cells

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Amla Nutrition

Amla is low on calories and loaded with a host of phenolic phytochemicals like flavonoids, anthocyanins and a potent source of vitamin C and A. The host of plant compound provide numerous healing benefits including prevention of cancer, delayed aging, fighting inflammation and boosting memory.

Alma Nutrition Value per 100 grams

Energy        44 Kcal

Carbohydrates    10.18 g

Protein       0.88 g

Total Fat    0.58 g

Dietary Fiber 4.3 g


Folates       6 mcg

Niacin        0.300 mg

Pantothenic acid         0.286 mg

Pyridoxine 0.080 mg

Riboflavin  0.030 mg

Thiamin     0.040 mg

Vitamin A  290 IU

Vitamin C   27.7 mg


Potassium  198 mg

Calcium      25 mg

Copper       0.070 mg

Iron   0.31 mg

Magnesium         10 mg

Manganese         0.144 mg

Phosphorus         27 mg

Zinc   0.12 mg

*Source As per USDA

Benefits of Amla

Amla, Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry is a highly potent medicinal plant for its innumerable healing properties. Amalaki, as it is popularly known in Sanskrit and in ancient texts of Ayurveda, has various meanings – mother, nurse, immortality and it also means ‘sour.’

The small green, pulpy, juicy fruit known as usirikaya in Telugu, Nellika in Tamil, goes with the botanical names Emblica Officinalis or Phyllanthus Emblica. Ayurveda strongly recommends eating a gooseberry daily for improving immunity, boosting metabolism and longevity.

It is in fact known as a ‘divyaushada’ or a divine medicine as it contains five tastes – sweet, sour, bitter, astringent and pungent that help in the functioning of both mind and body.

The healing and medicinal properties of amla are innumerable as it is loaded with vitamin C, calcium, iron, phosphorous, carotene, vitamin B, protein and fibre.

Amla holds a lot of great religious significance during rituals in the Hindu month of Kartik, that usually falls in between October and November. In many parts of India, it is a practice to offer the fruit as a Naivedya to Lord Shiva and eat it to ward off various respiratory infections, common cold, flu and other health problems that are caused due to the imbalances of vata, kapha and pitta.

Amla is a powerhouse of antioxidants and ancient medicine endorses the consumption of this fruit to prevent the formation of cancer cells. It can be consumed raw, in the form of juice, churna, candy, pickles or supplements.

If you are suffering from severe hair loss turn to Indian gooseberry, right away. Massaging the scalp with amla oil strengthens the follicles, provides luster while vitamin C prevents premature greying.

Amla juice has become quite popular in recent years and it found a place in the menus of many restaurants offering fresh vegetable and fruit juices.


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