Amla (Gooseberry) is a herb used for centuries in India and works wonders for your skin and hair. With its antioxidant properties and vitamin C content which is 30% more than in orange, it accounts for one of the most potent herbs in the world of Ayurveda. This blog talks about 5 benefits of Amla that should make you include it in your diet.
Amla has antioxidants and blood-purifying properties, making it a natural blood purifier. It is known to increase haemoglobin when taken with honey or jaggery regularly. It also increases the blood count, thus providing organs with extra nutrients. It flushes out toxins from the body and also improves heart health.
Amla has been used in Indian households for centuries and is known for combating common ailments like cold, cough and sore throat. Amla has micronutrients that help in boosting immunity. People with high immunity do not fall ill frequently. By consuming Amla every day, you can live a healthier life.
Improves hair health
Amla purifies the blood and improves blood circulation in the scalp, thus stimulating hair growth. It works internally to help strengthen the follicles. Other benefits for Amla for hair include-
- Reverses Hair Greying
- Treats Lice
- Prevents Dandruff
- Strengthens hair strands
- It gets rid of split ends
Rejuvenates the skin
Amla has a high amount of collagen. Collagen is responsible for making the skin smooth and firm. Regular consumption of Amla Juice gives you a youthful glow from the inside while adding to the brightness of the face.
- Reverses ageing- Amla juice is rich in antioxidants and is known to reduce signs of skin ageing. It reduces fine lines and wrinkles by promoting blood flow into the skin.
- Reduces Acne- Amla purifies the blood and is known to fight acne-causing microorganisms in the skin.
- Cleanses skin- Amla is a powerhouse of vitamin C, which is responsible for brightening your skin and making it appear clean.
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Amla has high fibre content, which helps in regulating bowel movement. It can be used to treat problems like diarrhoea, constipation etc. Amla also stimulates gastric juices, which are responsible for smooth digestion.