More to know about Amala (Emblica officinalis)

Posted by arun kumar burnwal on Sat, May 21, 2011  
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Amla is rich in natural vitamin C.

Amla has cooling, diuretic and laxative properties.

It helps in cleansing the mouth, and strengthens teeth and bones.

It increases the red blood cell count and helps to promote good health.

Amla has laxative properties and therefore useful in the treatment of constipation and piles.

It  has antibacterial properties and helps in preventing infections and healing ulcers.

It  helps in preventing skin infections.

 Amla has cell rejuvenating properties and therefore used in maintaining good health of skin and hair.

 Amla is also known to have anti aging properties.


Amla is the richest source of natural vitamin C . Due to high Vitamin C content Amla has anti oxidative properties.

It helps in maintaining a healthy digestive system.

It is used as a cardiotonic, aphrodisiac, and antipyretic medicine. Some research studies have shown that Amla acts as antidiabetic too.

Amla also helps to prevent respiratory disorders such as common cold, bronchitis, and other respiratory tract infections.


Amla  helps in improving body weight. It helps in increasing the total protein level due to positive nitrogen balance. Thus it is known to give an anabolic effect in the body.

Amla contains minerals such as chromium, zinc, and copper. The chromium present in it helps in its anti diabetic effect.

 Amla is also used in the treatment of gastritis.

 

It was found to be very effective in the treatment of heartburn due to increased hydrochloric acid secretion of the stomach.

 

Amla helps patients suffering from epigastric pain.



It promotes glow on skin and delays wrinkles or loosening of skin.


It stimulates hair follicles thus promoting hair growth and also improves texture of the hair.


It prevents premature graying of hairs and dandruff.


It is helpful in improving liver function.

 

It provides nourishment to the nerves and is helpful in paralytic conditions.

 

 It also works as brain tonic and helps to alertness and memory.


It helps in improving quality of sperms.


It also acts as anti-inflammatory agent thereby suppresses pain and swelling.


Amla finds great application in improving eyesight.


Emblica officinalis would be a very useful antioxidant for the prevention of age-related renal disease.


Amla help to normalize metabolism thus prevents accumulation of fat and reduce obesity.

 

IN HOMOEOPATHY AMALA 6 IS USED IN PREGNANCY TO CONTROL MORING SICKNESS AND OBSTINATE TYPE OF VOMITING. WHEN PRESCRIBED IN PREGNANCY IT INCREASES HAEMOGLOBIN.NEW BABY WILL GETS MUCH HAIRS SINCE BIRTH.
 

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