Amla , which means " nurse " in Sanskrit, is an adaptogenic plant that has many properties. Its fruit, known as "Indian gooseberry", has always been used in traditional Indian medicine. It is considered in Ayurveda as one of the main regenerating tonics.
We reveal some of his superpowers.
Amla is rich in vitamins. For example, 100g of Amla berries contain the same amount of vitamin C as 20 oranges! It also contains vitamin A. Which makes it a super ally for your skin: vitamin C has restorative properties and works to smooth, soften and delay the effects of aging, while vitamin A keeps the skin healthy and prevents imperfections by purifying it.
This is THE beauty secret of Indian women to take care of their hair! Amla promotes the absorption of calcium by the body, which improves the health of bones, teeth, nails and hair. It also strengthens the resistance of hair follicles, which promotes hair growth and slows down hair loss. It also helps keep your hair shiny for longer. And as a bonus, Amla protects your color and fights premature white hair.
A powerful antioxidant
Amla is an antioxidant that prevents and repairs cell damage caused by free radicals. It can be used for various inflammations, a lack of tone... The berries contain several flavonoids which makes it a tonic for the blood, bones, liver, lungs and heart.