Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, has existed for thousands of years.
What is amla?
The Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis) has been well-known to practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine (native to India) for more than 3,000 years. It has recently been noticed in Western medicine.
Benefits of amla
This remarkable fruit offers a multitude of health benefits. Amla extracts work harmoniously to reduce cardiovascular risk, making them an option for those seeking total heart health support.
- Concentrated extracts of amla, help normalize lipid profiles
- May help in reducing direct measures of tissue oxidation and inflammation
- Amla has a rich vitamin C content, ascorbic acid, enhancing immune system
- An antioxidant powerhouse, amla defends cells against age-related oxidative stress
- Amla extracts may help kidneys in age by reversing age related damage
- Helps inhibit the enzyme system responsible for cholesterol production in the liver