Amla is one of the Indian citric fruit, which has several medicinal properties.

“Phyllanthus Emblica” is the botanical name for it. It is also known as emblicemblic myrobalan, myrobalan, and  Indian gooseberry.

The word Amla comes from the Sanskrit word Amalaki. It is one of the leading fruit of Triphala, which is present in Indian nutritive jam known as chyavanprash.

It contains the highest amount of vitamin C due to the presence of tannins into it even if it’s processed; it doesn’t losses its component of vitamin C.

It boosts immunity, metabolism, digestion, and elimination of toxic elements. It also nourishes the heart and respiratory system. It also helps in soothing tissues and organs due to its anti inflame terry properties. It acts as a natural antioxidant that promotes healthy skin, nails, and hairs, which gives rise to youthfulness. 

Amla is beneficial for most of the systems of the body. It promotes energy, reproductive health, and healthy cholesterol levels. Act as a tonic for sense organs and mind.

Amla for elimination and detoxification

As a natural herb, amla helps to remove toxic components of the body and promotes healthy digestion. As it is essential to consider, the process of digestion is also dependent on other systems of the body. For healthy digestion, the circulation of proper nutrients throughout the body is essential; after that, the elimination of unwanted waste material takes place. Amla helps in all three processes.


Amla is useful content for carrying the right kind of digestion, especially in summers. It has all tastes which are responsible for digestion except the salty taste. Amla also improves appetite and kindles the digestive fire, which is both at the core of healthy digestion and is particularly suited to clearing excess pitta from the gastrointestinal tract; its bitter taste and cooling energy flushes out excess heat through the bowel.