Amla, also known as Amlaki or Indian gooseberry, is one of the richest sources of vitamin C. An average sized Indian gooseberry contains 20 times more vitamin C than orange. In addition to vitamin C, Amla is loaded with various other vitamins, minerals and antioxidant compounds.
The Ayurvedic texts recommend Amla for fighting various ailments. The therapeutic properties of the fruit are also supported by laboratory studies and clinical trials. Morpheme Remedies Amla is a superior quality supplement containing pure Amla extract. Regular intake of the Amla capsules provides all the nutrients and phytochemicals that occur naturally in the fruit.
How to use?
Take one Amla capsule after meal, twice a day, preferably with milk. This is a high quality Amla supplement, free from additives, contaminants and synthetic ingredients. The Amla capsules are well tolerated and suitable for long term use.
How Amla is Useful?
The Indian gooseberry tree is a deciduous tree, indigenous to the Indian subcontinent. Because of the wide range of health benefits of Amla, the ancient medicinal texts often describe Amla as a fruit from the heaven.
Amla is especially popular as a source of vitamin C. It contains 20 times more vitamin C than orange. It is also an excellent source of vitamin E. Furthermore, Amla is rich in antioxidant flavonoids and quercetin.
Studies have shown that Amla is not only one of nature’s best sources of vitamin C; the human body can easily use vitamin C present in the fruit. Moreover, unlike other ayurvedic sources of vitamin C, vitamin C present in Amla is not easily destroyed by light or heat.