Benefits Of Amla

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Amla Home Remedy

Amla, which is also known as Indian gooseberry is packed with anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants that help provide relief from acidity, indigestion and other stomach related problems. A chemical in Amla speeds up the digestion process by helping in the release of digestive juices in the stomach. Apart from this, Amla is also made up of fibre and water which further help in providing relief.
How to use? 

Dried Amla 
You can sun dry Amla at home or buy a packet from the market. Chewing dry Amla instantly helps relieve indigestion and acidity. Boil a few pieces of Amla, mix them with salt and dry them in the sun to prepare sundried Amla at home.

Amla Juice
Consuming Amla juice every day on an empty stomach can give you long-term relief from acidity and indigestion. Grind a few pieces of Amla in a mortar and pestle to make one tablespoon Amla juice, you can add a pinch of salt for flavour if you want. 

Fresh Amla 
Chew pieces of Amla, every day in an empty stomach to prevent acidity throughout the day. This is the simplest and most effective Amla remedy; however, you must keep in mind that raw amla is very sour.
Amla Murabba 

Amla Murabba is an Amla dessert that is extremely popular in India. It is the best way to combat gastric troubles. Amla murabba is made by boiling Amla in water. The cooked pieces are dipped in sugar syrup and can be stored in a refrigerator for weeks. 

Amla Candy 
For those who can’t tolerate the pungent taste of Amla, can have Amla candies. These are sweet chewy toffees that have all the remedial benefits of Amla but don’t taste like one at all. Have a few candies after your meal to prevent acidity.


Amla is rich in vitamin C, it boosts your immunity and metabolism. Having amla half hour before your meal helps build an appetite. 

Its alkaline nature helps in clearing the system and strengthening the digestive tract. On the other hand, amla is known to work in curbing dysentery and diarrhoea as well. It helps release gastric juices and aids digestion. 
Aiming other benefits, Amla lowers cholesterol levels, increases red blood cell production, and strengthens teeth and nails. It is good for eye care, has anti-ageing properties and helps strengthen your liver.

Rich in anti-inflammatory properties, Amla also help prevent stomach and mouth ulcers. It is known to build immunity and bestow good health! So go ahead and make sure that Amla in part of your daily life!