Benefits of Amla?

Answer In India, the amla fruit is used to rejuvenate the skin; increase red blood cell count; help heal diabetes, skin diseases and bronchitis; and tone up the heart muscles. Amla, also called Indian goo... Read More »

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What Are the Benefits of Amla Hair Oils?

Amla is another name for Indian gooseberry. The gooseberry tree produces a fruit known as amla in Hindu. The plant is completely edible, including its root, seeds, bark, leaves, and flowers. Amla i... Read More »

How to Use Amla?

Amla is the dried and powdered fruit from the Indian Gooseberry tree. Ayurvedic practitioners mix Amla powder with henna and other natural ingredients for healthy, shiny hair and to prevent hair lo... Read More »

What does amla mean?

Amla, also called amlaka or emblic, is the fruit of Phyllanthus emblica, the Indian gooseberry. The plant's sour, fibrous berries are popular in India. Asiatic medicine uses amla to prevent scurvy ... Read More »

How to Prepare Amla Oil?

Amla (Indian gooseberry) is an Ayurvedic hair treatment used to increase hair growth and retain hair color. It is also found in some shampoos. Amla oil is easily made at home with a few basic tools... Read More »