Slows Down Ageing
Fights Against Heart Disease
Reduces Blood Sugar
High In Digestive Fiber
Health Benefits – Packed with Vitamin C, eight times more than the normal citrus fruits, Amla finds a very significant place in Ayurvedic Medicines and home-based remedies in India for ages.
Amla helps fight the common cold and is known to be very good for eyesight. It is known to help burn fat naturally, build immunity against day to day ailments and very good for skin and hair health.
Amla can be eaten dried as Amla powder, preserved in the form of Amla Murabba or made into tangy chutney. Amla can be chewed just like that as a fruit.
Fresh Amla is available from the month of November till the end of February.
ERB Source – This Amla is naturally grown by PGS farmers of Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh
Storage – Eat Fresh or just keep it on kitchen shelf OR make Chutney (2 – 3 days shelf life when kept in refrigerated conditions) or Murabba (minimum shelf life 1 year).
Tags: Anvla, Indian Gooseberry
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