Supports the mind, eyes, heart, skin, and digestion; helps growth of muscle tissue by promoting nitrogen balance; promotes cellular generation; supports lungs and natural immunity; works as a powerful antioxidant for people of all ages.
Good nutrition requires a balance of the six ayurvedic tastes — sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter and astringent. Amla is one of just a handful of herbs that contain five of the six taste categories — all except salty. Such balanced nutrition means that amla helps balance all three of the basic operating principles of mind and body — vata, pitta and kapha.
Amla produces total health benefits. It helps:
Strengthen the mind, eyes, heart, skin, and digestion
Helps build muscle and boost cellular regeneration
Promotes a positive nitrogen balance for improved growth of muscle tissue
It is a precise, time-tested herbal formula
Charaka, author of the Charaka Samhita, an ancient treatise on ayurveda, says that amla is the best among rejuvenative herbs.
1-2 tablets twice a day with water after meal or as advised by the physician