Himalaya amalaki tablets are made from amla fruit also called as Indian Gooseberry. Amla is one of the three fruits that are contained in Triphala and it is the main ingredient in the nutritive jam Chyavanprash. Amla is commonly known to contain vitamin C. Some sources even suggest that this fruit has one of the highest known concentrations of vitamin C in the plant kingdom—twenty times that of an orange.1 More importantly, the vitamin C naturally found within the amla fruit is stabilized by the presence of tannins, which help amla to maintain its vitamin content even through processing.1
Benefits of Himalaya amalaki tablet
Supports healthy metabolism, digestion and elimination*
Promotes anti-inflammatory properties that cool, tone, and nourish tissues and organs*
Nourishes the heart and respiratory system*
Assists natural internal cleansing and maintains regularity*
Promotes healthy eyes, hair, nails, and skin*
Balances agni (digestive fire)*
Builds ojas to support a healthy immune response and youthfulness*
Amla pacifies vata, pitta, and kapha, though it is especially calming to pitta.2 In addition, amla rejuvenates all of the tissues in the body and builds ojas, the essence of immunity and youthfulness.1 In general, amla is a powerful ally for many systems of the body. It is known to promote energy, reproductive health, and healthy cholesterol levels.1 Amla is also a tonic for the heart, the arterial system, the respiratory system, the sense organs, and the mind.1, 2
HIMALAYA PURE HERBS AMALAKI(AMLA) 60 TABLETS PACK OF 6.IT IS A RICH SOURCE OF NATURAL ANTI-OXIDANTS THAT IMPROVES THE BODY’S IMMUNE SYSTEM.
Free From Sugar, Artificial Colors, Artificial Flavors, Preservatives, And Gelatin.
Helps Body Build Its Natural Defense System And Supports Its Immune Efforts To Fight Infections.
Pole, Sebastian. Ayurvedic Medicine: The Principles of Traditional Practice. Churchill Livingston Elsevier, 2006. 52, 126-127, 296, 303-304, 326.
2 Gogte, Vaidya V. M. Ayurvedic Pharmacology & Therapeutic Uses of Medicinal Plants. Reprint. Chaukhambha Publications, 2009. 310.