Medicinal Plants Amla,Indian Medicinal Plants and Their uses,Dried indian gooseberry,Information about medicinal plant amla,Herbal medicinal plants,Indian Gooseberry Uses,Herbs,Uses Of Amla

Medicinal Plants Amla,Indian Medicinal Plants and Their uses,Dried indian gooseberry,Information about medicinal plant amla,Herbal medicinal plants,Indian Gooseberry Uses,Herbs,Uses Of Amla

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Medicnal Plants >> Amla



Family : Euphorbiaceae

English Name : Emblic Myrobalan Tree,Indian Gooseberry

Tibetan Name : Kyu-ru-ra

Hindi Name : Amalk,Amla,Aonla,Auna

Part used : Fruits

Taste : Sour to astringent

Quality : Cool,blunt and coarse


Uses of Amla :

  • Treats increased impure blood,blood fever,badkan and tripa combined disorders.
  • Helps to balance the imbalance defective energies.
  • Treats frequent urination.
  • Hair Loss.
  • Helps to improve immunity.
  • Amla is most useful treatment of ulcers and hyperacidity.
  • It is very helpful in skin diseases.
  • Helps to accelerate the wound healing process.
  • Helps to reduce the risk of cancers.
  • Protects from bacterial, viral and fungal infections.
  • It is helpful in improving liver function.
  • It acts as an effective natural cure for indigestion, acidity, constipation, gastric troubles, and flatulence.
  • It also acts as anti-inflammatory agent thereby suppresses pain and swelling.
  • It provides nourishment to the nerves and is helpful in paralytic conditions.
  • It also works as brain tonic and helps to alertness and memory.
  • It helps in lowering cholesterol and blood sugar level.
  • Lowers the risk of cold, cough and other infections of respiratory tract.


  • Habitat :

    A small to medium sized deciduous tree,8-18m in height.Grows mainly in the lower warmer regions on hill slopes upto 1500m and also cultivated in plains.The plant grows well throughout the tropical and subtropical regions of India.



    Method of processing :

    The fruits are to be collected when they are ripe,seeds should be discarded and only the pulps are dried in cool and shady places to be used in medicine.


        

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