The Magic Fruit

Amla (medicinal emblem, amalaki) is one of theThe main plants used in Indian medicine. The fruit of this tree is like a large gooseberry. In India, the amla grows almost everywhere. In the West, it is sold in the form of powder, which is made from fruits, dried and shredded in a special way. Amla is the richest natural source of vitamin C.

It also contains tannins - substances,Folding protein, which makes it an indispensable healing agent for wounds or ulcers. In addition, thanks to tannins, vitamin C in amla does not decompose even at a temperature of 100 ° C.

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According to Ayurveda, so that a person is healthy, in hisNutrition should be present in six flavors: sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent. In the amla there are five - all but salty. For this reason, its fruits perfectly help with colitis, hepatitis, diabetes, general decline of strength, gout, anemia, digestive problems, hair loss, graying and even mental disorders. Amla is sour for taste, but it has a sweet vipak, or aftertaste. Therefore, it not only does not increase acidity, but also contributes to its normalization. It can be safely used for the treatment of stomach ulcers. Sattvic by nature, it balances the dosha, and therefore has a beneficial effect in almost any disease.

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