Amla Capsules – Vitamin C And AntiOxidant
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Amla is a common herbal fruit found in India and is well-known as Indian gooseberry. The fruit is round in shape and is loaded with vitamin C, which is more than even orange and lemon. The fruit is known to revitalize the body naturally.
As it has antioxidant property it helps to flush out impurities from the body and thus helps in cooling the body. Intake of Amla supplements helps in better digestion, hair growth, and a healthy heart and even helps to improve vision. This fruit has been used as an Ayurvedic product in Indian kitchen for a long time. Benefits of Amla or Amalaki
- Rich In Vitamin C.
- Aids in building a better immune system.
- Assists in food digestion.
- Helps in flushing out toxins from the body
- Helps to purify blood.
- Helps to improve eyesight.
- Supports healthy hair growth.
- Fights cough and cold.
How to use
The suggested dosage of Morpheme Amla for adults is two capsules (in a day) preferably with milk at night. It can be used for a prolonged period with no side effects. You will notice the positive effects of the supplements in about 4 to 6 weeks. It is a tried and tested Ayurveda product.
How Amla is Useful?
Amla or Indian Gooseberry is undoubtedly one of the richest sources of vitamin C. It has been a practice since ancient times to use Amla in many Ayurvedic medicines. Though all the parts of the herb are useful, the fruit has maximum medicinal properties. Amla itself or in combination with the other parts of the plant is used for nursing many ailments like common cold, cough and indigestion. It is used as a laxative, hair tonic, liver tonic and even as a digestive.
Clinical research has shown that Amla has antipyretic, analgesic, adaptogenic, antiatherogenic, cardioprotective; wound healing, gastro protective, antianemia, antihyercholesterolemia, neuroprotective, hepatoprotective and nephroprotective properties.
Research has also shown that several of its phytochemicals like ellagic acid, Gallic acid, pyrogallol, elaecarpusin, prodelphinidns B1 and B2 have antineoplastic activities. Scientific studies have further proved that Amla possesses radio-modulatory and chemo-modulatory effects, antioxidant, free radical scavenging, anti immunomodulatory activities and anti-inflammatory properties that are effective in management of cancer. This research has made Amla a reliable medicinal herb, which is quite effective and safe.
There have been many studies conducted to find whether Amla helps in controlling the cholesterol levels. A study in Japan has proved that Amla powder or extract helps reduce cholesterol and LDL levels. A study was conducted in rats having high cholesterol levels. They were either given Amla powder or Amla supplement. It was noted that the herbal fruit considerably reduced their cholesterol and LDL levels.
Another study, which was conducted in Japan, was to check the effect of Amla on renal or kidney diseases caused due to age factor. They concentrated on oxidative stress in the kidney of elder rats. The rats were fed Amla powder or tincture (Amla based) for 100 days. The rodents showed an improvement in urea nitrogen level and creatinine. Thus, it was concluded that Amla to an extent controls kidney disorders arising because of age.In addition, amla helps to refresh the body from within and even aids in healthy aging. Regular usage will surely help to maintain the overall health of the body.