Amla Berry and Ayurveda Benefits

July 26, 2018
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Add this in your diet – Amla Berry

Amla means “sour”. It is Amalaki in Sanskrit. It has numerous medicinal benefits and a glorified fruit in Ayurveda.  The Amla berry can be amazing to add to your diet

Ayurvedic importance :

  • Amla is otherwise called as ‘Dhatri’ in Ayurveda which means it nourishes like mother’s milk.
  • It is vyastha – has alkalising properties and provides eternal beauty since it balances all three doshas.
  • It is medhya – nourishing your brain functions
  • It is a rasayana that has rejuvenating property
  • In classical categorization, it is grouped under the herbs that are useful in fever, cold, cough, (Jvaraghna, Kasaghna ) skin diseases (Kushtaghna ), inducing purgation (Virechanopaga),
  • It is Tridoshahara – balances all three doshas.
  • Guna – Qualities – Guru, Sheeta ( Heaviness and coolant)
  • Rasa – Taste – Has all five taste (excluding salt)
  • Veerya – Potency – Sheeta – cold

Amla contains a very high Vitamin C – highest of all known in plant kingdom – twenty times that an orange has. It also contains thrice of protein concentration and 160 times ascorbic acid to that of an apple !

Health benefits of Amla :

  • Amla encourages healthy metabolism, digestion and elimination
  • It is an anti-oxidant
  • Assists natural internal organ cleansing.
  • It s good for eyes and improves vision power
  • It is an aphrodisiac – It helps to rejuvenate both male and female reproductive system.
  • It helps the urinary system to function smoothly
  • It nurtures the heart, blood and circulation.
  • It detoxifies the liver.
  • It is good for skin, reduces inflammation and burning sensation in skin.
  • Amla enhances the absorption of calcium, which promotes healthy bones, hair, nail and teeth.
  • Since amla supports many bodily functions, balances all doshas, improves blood circulation through all microchannels in the body and thus removes fatigue and tiredness from body and keeps you rejuvenated
  • Strengthens lungs and boosts immunity.
  • Prevents infection and heals ulcers.

 

Amla is thus a storehouse of vitamins and for that reason it is called a poor man’s apple. Ayurvedic text lists it among the fruits that can be taken daily. Safe and rejuvenating, consume fresh amlas and enjoy the benefits. 

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In any means, we, AYUR CLINIC team is not claiming to be a medical doctor neither we registered in the Australian medical board. The word doctor used here is only to represent or to refer the Ayurveda doctors recognized in India after achieving a Bachelor of ayurvedic medicine and surgery qualification. This qualification is recognized in Australia as a naturopath by Vetassess governing body. The information provided on this website is designed to provide helpful information on the medical subjects discussed. Information on this website should not be considered as a replacement for advice and consultation from a healthcare expert. This content or information is not meant to be used, nor should it be used, to diagnose or treat any medical condition. For treatment or diagnosis of any medical condition or difficulties, consult a doctor. The publisher and creator are not responsible for any specific health or allergy needs that may require medical supervision and are not liable for any damages or negative consequences from any treatment, application or use, to any person reading or following the data or information in this website. References are provided for informational purposes only. Readers should be aware that the linked websites listed on this website may change. This site does not recommend or support the self-management of health issues using the information provided on the website. Instead, we insist you to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic doctor for guidance. Information on this site is not comprehensive and does not cover all physical conditions, illnesses, weaknesses or their treatment. Contact your healthcare professional promptly if you have any health-related questions. Never neglect or delay medical advice based upon the information you may have read on this site.


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