Amla is a sweet/sour fruit that is abundant in the plains and mountains of Nepal. This fruit is also found in the Himalayas. Its scientific name is Phyllanthus emblica. It is known in English as ‘Embelic Myrobalan’ or ‘Indian Gooseberry’.
On general observation, the leaves, flowers and fruits look like they are made by a skilled artist. Amla is found in the dense forests of the terai and in the lower part of the mountains (altitude from about 150 to 1400 meters). It is mostly found in sunny places. It is a beautiful deciduous tree and beautiful leafy vegetation of the Terai.
Amla leaves are green, flowers and fruits are lustrous. It is very beautiful to see the tree of amla with its leaves, flowers and fruits. As beautiful as Amla looks, its fruit is equally effective and beneficial to human health.
Round, smooth and juicy fruits of amla have a seed enclosed by juicy pulp. A fruit contains only one seed. Although Amla fruit is initially green in color, it turns slightly yellow as it ripens. The diameter of this fruit is usually two centimeters. The fruit of the hybrid type is somewhat larger in size. Nowadays hybrid amla can be grown in small pots in an attractive way.
The fruit of hybrid amla is three to four times larger than wild amla. Amla has been known in the world of plants for a long time as a very sweet fruit for animals. Especially as the main source of vitamin C, it is used in many types of medicine. Nowadays, it seems that lack of vitamin C causes many types of health
problems. In this situation, the importance of Amla is increasing. Especially the problem of bone weakness is found to be bothering many people. Amla is very useful for solving such problems.
Amla fruit helps in digestion. Amla is very beneficial for solving problems like anemia and gallstones. It is also very useful for solving constipation and liver problems.
Amla is also beneficial in preventing piles, fissures, and fistula and in curing them. The use of amla is also effective in cases of diarrhea and swelling of the pancreas. Amla is a medicine to solve eye problems, obesity and also for diabetes. Amla can also be used to make hair black and strong. Amala can also be used as per requirement by making different types of colors and essential oils and extracts.
Amla is also known as a good medicine for cough and cold in cold weather. Regular consumption of amla fruit, which ripens after the onset of cold weather, can prevent cold and cough. Amla is also very beneficial for blood purification. This fruit is equally important for reducing pain.
Amla is rich in tannins, polyphenols and vitamin C. Due to the organic and chemical elements in it, various studies have shown that Amla is very beneficial in solving different problems of the human body. An adult amla tree produces about 100 kg of fruit in a year. Studies have shown that the vitamins obtained from five seeds of orange and one seed of amla are equivalent! The fruit of amla is sweet, it is
believed that some health problems can be solved even only by sitting on its tree.
Amla seeds usually have six lobes. There are thin seeds inside its pulp. Inside the amla fruit, which is covered with a hard shell, there are six seeds. Soft, juicy, juicy amla is specially used medicinally for problems like high cholesterol, blood lipids, heart burn, diarrhea, nausea and cancer.
Studies have shown that consuming two grams of amla extract daily for one month can solve the problem of heart disease. Studies have also shown that the problem of joint and knee pain is greatly reduced when one gram of amla extract is taken regularly for six months.
Amla can be chewed or chewed in the mouth as a fresh fruit. It can be dried and eaten by making sukuti. Amla can be dried and made into candy. It can also be used as a pickle or marmalade. It is also used by making juice and it is also used by making powder, capsule or tablet.
Amla has been confirmed as a very beneficial herbal herb by studies conducted at different times. Let’s all consume the versatile Amla that can be used as you want!
Amla is used in cooking and herbal medicine in India and other Asian countries. Supplements made from this fruit have many potential benefits, including anti-aging, cancer prevention, heartburn reduction, and heart-health effects. The fruits are also packed with vitamin C, so they help in optimizing our immune health.