AMLA INDIAN GOOSEBERRY
Embellica officinalis , the Indian gooseberry, or Amalika in Sanskrit. It is a very good source of Vitamin C and has been found to have great antioxidant properties. Apart from helping in curing a number of ailments, it also boosts the immune system of an individual.
About amla contd…
Amla is a very valuable herb. Although it has a sour taste at first in the mouth, it is the only fruit which has all the 6 tastes inside it, according to Ayurveda (sweet, sour, salty, astringent, bitter, spicy). It is very sweet and soothing on digestion and therefore helps build the tissues and is regenerative in its action.
Amla is the only heat stable source of Vitamin C. This means that you can boil it and use it in strongly boiled dishes like typical Indian cuisine without any worry of losing its nutritional properties. Amla is also an excellent anti aging herb.
Amla powder is
a power house of nutrients
also have Ayurvedic Property
MLA THE GODDESS OF HEALTH
Fruits of amla tree are used in ayurvedic preparations. Amla fruit is praised as DHATRI PHALA (Sanskrit-earth ) in Ayurveda
WHY YOU NEED…
AMLA NEED TO IMPORVE…
SURPRISING HEALTH BENIFITS OF AMLA POWDER
RICHEST SOURCE OF VITAMIN-C
ANTI AGING PROPERTIES
GOOD REMEDY FOR FEVER
ANTI CANCER PROPERTIES
IMPROVE APPETITE AND HELP IN GAIN WEIGHT
TREATS MENSTRUAL CRAMPS
Amlaki is beneficial in heart attack, fast heartbeat and high blood pressure.
Amlaki with empty stomach good for headache or migraine.
To improve eye vision & avoid burning sensations.
It helps to maintain the natural sheen of the hair, it intensify the hair from root.
Indian gooseberry makes your system stronger and give strength to muscles.
Amlaki has antibacterial property thus helps to fight against infection by building immunity..
Consume Amla powder with Cinnamon & Turmeric for good respiratory health.
Take Amla powder with half a strand of Saffron and consume with water.
Consume Amla powder in small qty. (1 tsp) before each meal to improve digestion
Amla is well tolerated both before and after food.
Vata Dosha: Amla powder mixed with sesame oil and swallow with hot water
Kapha Dosha: Amla powder mix with water and drink it as such.
Pitta Dosha: Amla powder mixed with clarified butter or Ghee and consume with lukewarm water
JOURNEY FROM FARM TO
Pits are to be dugged during may-June at a distance of 4.5 m X 4.5 m spacing and left for 15-20 days exposed to the sunlight. Each pits are filled with surface soil mixed with farm yard manure and phosphorus before planting.
1.Amla is generally propagated through shield budding. It is done on one year old seedling with buds collected from best varieties yielding big sized fruits.
2. One year old seedling can be transplanted to polythene bags and one year old seeding can be planted in the main field with the onset of the monsoon.
The fruits are harvested during February when they become dull greenish yellow from light green. The mature fruits are hard and they do not fall at gentle touch and therefore vigorous shaking is required. It can also be harvested using long bamboo poles attached with hooks.
MANUFACTURER PROCESS &
Sound mature amla fruits are wash thoroughly under turbulent washing to remove dirt, dust and adhered unwanted material. Thus cleaned and washed amla are subject to cutting in a specialized machines.
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