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Indian Gooseberry, Amla Juice

Other Names: Indian Gooseberry, Amla, Amla Juice,  Aamla, Avia, Yu Gan Zi, Emblica Officinalis
Traditional Usages: Hair Tonic, Baldness, Improving Vision, Menstrual Cramps, Urinary Problems,  Constipation, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Tuberculosis, Asthma, Bronchitis, Obesity, Acid Reflux, Indigestion, Jaundice, Insomnia,  Hay Fever, Rheumatism, Candidiasis, Vaginal Discharge, Gonorrhea, Cough, Anorexia, Acne
Resources: India, Bangladesh, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri lanka
Parts Used: Fruit, Root, Bark, Stem, Seeds, Leaf


Indian Gooseberry, Amla Juice - Herbal remedy for Conjunctivitis: Blend some Indian gooseberries so as to obtain a cup of juice. Strain the juice. Add two teaspoons of honey and take twice daily. To help prevent miscarriage take during first 3 months of pregnancy.

Indian Gooseberry, Amla Juice - Herbal remedy for Miscarriage: Blend a dozen fresh or dried amlas with a litre of water. Drink three times a day.

Indian Gooseberry, Amla Juice - Herbal remedy for Stuttering: Blend a couple of fresh or dried amlas in water. Drink a glass twice daily.

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