Amla is a fruit that grows in India and that has been used since ancient times as a healing remedy and elixir of long life. Let's find out the benefits and how to consume it.

Amla is a plant that produces fruits used as a natural remedy in Ayurvedic medicine for over 5000 years in India, where it is considered an essential healthy plant for the well-being. In fact it is contained in 50% of the curative recipes of Ayurvedic medicine and it is one of the essential ingredients for long-life elixirs.


Properties of amla

1. AMLA PREVENTS THE AGING

The main property of amla is linked to its richness of vitamin C and antioxidants that give it the effect of being an extraordinary anti-aging remedy for the whole body. In particular, it has been discovered that inside the amla there is a substance called "superoxide dismutase" with truly excellent antioxidant capacity which is able to eliminate and sweep away free radicals from our body. The combined presence of its active and nutritional ingredients and in particular vitamin C together with bioflavonoids, make the amla one of the best sources of antioxidants that exists on our planet.

2. AMLA FIGHTS BODY INFLAMMATION

This antioxidant action leads to a less acidic body pH and this can stop the onset of various diseases originating from a too inflamed and acidified body soil.

3. AMLA PREVENTS DEGENERATIVE DISEASES

To understand how important it is to stop and reduce the presence of free radicals in the body we must know that degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, senile dementia and Parkinson's are all diseases that originate from the excess of free radicals. This is why amla becomes so precious and it is considered the fruit of longevity.

4. AMLA LOWERS CHOLESTEROL AND IT WORKS AS A NATURAL ANTIBIOTIC

The presence of saponins also gives anti-cholesterolising properties thanks to a lowering effect of cholesterol levels in the bloodstream and it is also an excellent natural antibiotic that is effective in the treatment of fungal attacks or infections of other origin.

5. AMLA STRENGHTENS THE IMMUNE DEFENSE

The amla is also able to strengthen and support the immune system thanks to the conspicuous presence of vitamin C and other active ingredients present in its phytocomplex.

6. AMLA IS ANTITUMORAL

Finally, amla is an antitumor both because it is a powerful antioxidant and because it has a direct effect on cancer cells that are inhibited or killed without damaging the healthy cells of the body.

When to use amla

-In case of flu, cold and cough, amla is essential for the richness of vitamin C.
– Excellent even in cases of anemia but also for spleen, liver and lung problems.
-Useful for high blood pressure, for heart problems and to keep cholesterol under control.
-Very good natural antibiotic against bacteria, fungi and viruses of various origins.
-Also it is a general anti-inflammatory thanks to a direct action that stimulates the production of hormones of the adrenal glands that counteract the inflammatory processes and degenerative processes of the body.
-The amla is therefore used daily as an elixir to keep young and in good health thanks to the presence of vitamin C that in this fruit is the highest in the world and thanks to its high antioxidant value essential for the well-being of the body.