Amla Powder - Indian gooseberry - 100g

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Amalaki or Amla is also called as usiri in Telugu. This product is available in powder form. Amla is a native plant of India and a powerful herb being used in Ayurveda.Benefits: Amalaki or avla is rich in vitamin...
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Amalaki or Amla is also called as usiri in Telugu. This product is available in powder form. Amla is a native plant of India and a powerful herb being used in Ayurveda.

Benefits:

  • Amalaki or avla is rich in vitamin C.
  • Fresh fruits are consumed directly,
  • Pickles can be prepared too.
  • Application of fresh juice in eyes is helpful in eye diseases.
  • Boiled after that soaked in sugar juice to prepare Murabba.
  • Pieces of gooseberry are processed with salt etc and dried for preparing mouth freshner/cleansers
  • Gooseberry powder is one of the ingredients in popular formulation Triphala.
  • Amla powder with buttermilk applied as paste on hair helps in treating dandruff and enhancing hair growth, reducing hair fall.
  • Useful in skin diseases in both internal use or external application.

Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 100 grams

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Shelf Life: 12 months.



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