CHAKRAPANI AYURVEDA CLINIC & RESEARCH CENTER


| Longevity product | Online courses | | Our Distributors | | Caffeine Free Product | | Beauty products |

| Herbal tablets | | Herbal oils | | Ayurveda herbs |

Amalaki (Emblica officinalis)




 

 



 
Product Name Price  US$ Add To Cart
Herb Powder     (225 g./0.5 LB)

12.49

Herb powder       (450g/1 LB)     20.95
Herb powder (900g./2.00 LB) 38.95

Amla Hair oil (200 ml)     9.99

Tablet (120)    14.30
Capsules (60)    12.95
Capsules (120) 24.95

Certified Organic Amalaki

Certified Organic Powder          (225 g./0.5 LB)

 14.49

Certified Organic powder

(450 g./1.00 LB)

 23.95

Certified Organic powder (900g./2.00 LB)  41.95

60 (Cap.)  14.45

120 (Cap.)  27.95

Shipping Policy    
For Certified Organic Products Please: CLICK HERE

* We are offering FREE shipping on total order value US$ 95.00 and above.

Detoxifies the body and regulates digestion. Helps to increase lean body mass & reduce fats. A natural source of Vitamin C.

Amla is perhaps the single most often mentioned herb in the Caraka Samhita. It has a reputation as a powerful rejuvenating herb. The fruit is reputed to have the highest content of vitamin C of any natural occurring substances in nature. It promotes ojas and the reproductive fluids, and is useful in the treatment of ulcers and hyperacidity.

A research team discovered that when amla is taken regularly as a dietary supplement, it counteracts the toxic effects of prolonged exposure to environmental heavy metals, such as lead, aluminium, and nickel. These metals are prevalent in the environment of industrialized countries. In the studies the pro-oxidant or oxygen radical scavenger qualities of amla suggest that it is also very effective in lowering the risk of many cancers. Other studies indicate that it is much more effective than Vitamin C alone in reducing chromosomal abnormalities. Amla juice has twenty times more vitamin C than orange juice, and natural tannins prevent oxidation of the vitamin content in a dry condition in other words, it is heat stable. Studies indicate that the naturally occurring vitamin C is easier for the body to absorb than synthetic vitamin C. This and other studies indicate that naturally occurring vitamin C may be ten times beneficial to the body than synthetic vitamins. The Vitamin C content of amla is between 625 mg 1814 mg per 100 grams!

Other studies show that amla increases red blood cell count and hemoglobin percentages, and patients started their anabolic phase (metabolic processes involved in protein synthesis) sooner. The dried fruit reduced cholesterol levels, indicating that amla is safe to consume on a long term basis.

Amla reduces unwanted fat because it increases total protein levels; this is due to its ability to create a positive nitrogen balance and it also significantly reduces the levels of free fatty acids. In addition, amla, in a raw or natural form, reduces cholesterol and  cholesterol induced atherosclerosis (Obstruction of the arteries), making it a useful natural product to fight obesity. One study shows that it prevented atheroma (degeneration of the artery walls due to fat and scar tissue). Furthermore, amla has exhibited considerable effect in inhibiting the HIV virus which ultimately results in the disease AIDS.

Therefore, one can draw the conclusion that amla is good for almost everyone on a regular basis. It reduces or eliminates the risk of environmental pollutants, normalizes cholesterol, reduces unwanted fat, cures ulcers, reduces or prevents cancer, has the highest content of vitamin C of any natural source, detoxifies the body, regulates digestion, has inhibiting effects against the HIV virus, promotes metabolic function and can produce these results in a dried, natural, unprocessed form. The only thing that could possibly be better than amla for a daily herbal supplement is the Triphala formula, of which amla constitutes one third. 

 

For any further information - Ask to Doctor


For bulk orders, please contact at manish@chakrapaniayurveda.com

Home  | Contact Us | About Us |

 Thank you. Visit again. 
Back to top

Copyright : Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic & Research Center, India

 


Disclaimer: The information presented at this page is not intended to replace the services of a health practitioner licensed in the diagnosis or treatment of illness or disease. Any application of the material in this text is at the reader's discretion and sole responsibility. If you have a persistent medical condition or your symptoms are severe please consult a physician. Statements on this web site about health conditions and remedies have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.