Traditional Name: Amla or
Botanical Name: Euphorbiaceae, Emblica officinalis,.
Additional Names: Emblic myrobalan, Indian
Gooseberry, Amalaki Amla. Family: The Emblica Officinalis
related to family of Euphorbiaceae. English names
: The most
popular English name of Emblica Officinalis is Emblic, myrobalan-tree,
Indian gooseberry. Basics: Emblica Officinalis or Amla is
the most useful celebrated herbal medicines which are mainly
used in the Indian conventional system of medicine, Ayurveda.
Emblica Officinalis or Amla's usual uses include as a eye
wash medicine, laxative, appetite refreshment, restorative
tonic or medicine, and to proper treatment of anorexia, dyspepsia,
diarrhea, jaundice and anemia,.
Emblica Officinalis or Amla is now gradually better known for
its extraordinarily high percentage of Vitamin C, which is basically
famous for it's unwilling to heat and storage spoils by cooking.
Part Used: The part of Emblica Officinalis is Fruit.
Habitat: Mainly found in Northern and South Western
Uses: The main use of Emblica Officinalis or Amla
is that It is Aperients, Carminative, Diuretic, Aphrodisiac, Laxative,
sharp and Refrigerant. Emblica Officinalis is the richest known
basis of vitamin 'C'. It is useful in anemia, jaundice, dyspepsia,
diabetes, asthma, hemorrhage disorders and bronchitis. It cures
sleeplessness and is to make healthy for hair.
terminalia belerica | terminalia chebula | tinospor cordifolia | tribulus terrestris | valeriana wallichi | zingiber officinalis
Chemical composition: Emblica
Officinalis or Amla is greatly nourishing and is main dietary
source of Vitamin C that means it includes the high quantity
of Vitamin C, amino acids and minerals.
The not poisonous fruit of Emblica Officinalis tissue includes
protein concentration three fold and ascorbic herb acid focus
one sixty fold.
The fruit of Emblica Officinalis or amla also have significantly
maximum combination of almost all amino acids and minerals
Glutamic, lysine, alanine acid, proline, and aspartic acid
are 30%, 5.3% 15.6%, 5.3% and 9.1%, respectively of the whole