Therapeutic & nutritional value of Amla (Indian Gooseberry) –A Review
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Amalaki,Vitamin C,Rasayan

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Sawant, D. (2020). Therapeutic & nutritional value of Amla (Indian Gooseberry) –A Review. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 8(02). Retrieved from


Amalaki a nature’s gift to human beings which provides a free healthy lifestyle. The traditional Indian healthcare system many medicinal plants are available and among them is awla which is poised for their interesting anti-oxidant activities Emblica Officinalis commonly known as Indian gooseberry or awla and in Sanskrit Amalaki is used as an medicine and is important source of vitamin C minerals and amino contains many compounds to fight against many chronic aids. All parts of the plant are used as an important Rasayana in traditional Indian medicine for treatment.  Here we want to project various aspects and study the traditional herb and try to incorporate them in our daily lives to stay away from diseases and balancing of doshas.

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