The health benefits of amla powder. [CC Available]
Amla is also known as the Indian gooseberry and is dried to create a powder. This stays fresh for very long periods of time, and can be added to your drinks to provide you with some health benefits. In this video we discuss how amla contains a large amount of polyphenols which have antioxidant effects on the body. They boost the immune system, and are commonly used in ayurvedic medicine.
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John C. It is very very good taken internally. It is rich in vitamin C. I take 5 to 6 capsule everyday. I know one man in Mumbai city ( India) who sales all kind of fruit on the road .In november-December he used to sale amla. While selling he used to eat 2 or 3 amla everyday and after few month his white hair became black and face was shining . Amla is anti- aging. It is good for stomach and many other health benefits. oh yes , you asked you got package so make sure it is 100% amla powder. If it is not and made for hair with henna and other herb then it is hair pack only.
+ishan pal From Ryan Taylor's own website (the creator of the video you just watched) he says: "take a teaspoon three times per day to boost your health. "Breakfast, midday and when you go to bed." Here's his link:
Thank you so very much for this wonderful information. After seeing this video, I also started taking Amla Powder. I make it like a tea by putting a teaspoon of it into a cup of boiling water. After it is brewed, I drink it up and do not throw the residue and put more boiling water and have it sometime later. Of course the strength of it reduces a little but still it taste like Amla. From one teaspoon I can have the three times a day and I feel much better. I used to have heart pain when I walk briskly but now it is not there. Then my son had the most awful cough for years. He used to take western medicine but the coughing continued. Since I started giving him this drink for last two weeks, it has disappeared. He told me this just yesterday. So thank you very very much for your video. I have asked others to take it too. We are in the tropics so we have this tree but the fruits are seasonal. But as we can obtained the powder from the Ayurvedic shops in this country, thankfully it can be taken quite often. We in Sri Lanka calls this fruit "Nelli" Greetings to you from Sri Lanka.
I hate to ask this because it's obvious you know what you're talking about, but: What are your sources for these claims? This is truly an exciting plant if it truly delivers all the benefits you describe. I'm a diabetic, and I'm trying to get away from Metformin in favor of natural remedies. Thanks.
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