Amla Scientific Name
Amla Other Names
English: Indian gooseberry
Hindi: Amlaki, Amla
What is Amla?
Common forms of Amla
Powder, Juice, Tablets, Amla in Nutritive Jam (Chyavanprash)
Amla is commonly used for:
- Supporting healthy metabolism, digestion, and elimination of toxins
- Colds and Flu
- Hangover (Veisalgia)
- Preventing and treating Baldness
- Promoting anti-inflammatory properties that tone, and nourish tissues and organs
- Nourishing the heart and respiratory system
- Food Allergies
- Nasal Crust
- Urinary Incontinence
- Assists natural internal cleansing and maintains regularity
- As natural antioxidant
- Promoting healthy eyes, hair, nails, and skin
- Muscle Cramps and Spasms
- Urinary Tract infection (Cystitis)
- Promoting healthy appetite
- Building healthy immune response and youthfulness
- Toothache (Odontalgia, dentalgia, odontodynia, odontogenic pain)
Tablet: One to Two Tablets, once or twice daily.
Liquid Extract: A typical dose is a dropper full (about 30 drops) taken in 1–2 ounces of water or juice, one to three times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Amla Nutitive Jam(Chyavanprash): 1-3 teaspoons, once or twice daily.
Amla Side-effects and Warnings
Not so common side effects: Not known.
Pregnant or Nursing mothers: Not known.
Children: Not known.