With a reference in an ancient Ayurvedic text
touting amla as the best medicine to prevent aging, it is a
very strong rejuvenator believed to be the richest natural
source of the antioxidant Vitamin C, with up to 720mg/100g
of fresh pulp or up to 900 mg/100g of pressed juice
requiring a detailed 21-step process involving low heat
being used to maintained the potency of the vitamins and
minerals as well as the plantís biological intelligence.
Producing the same antiscorbutic (scurvy prevention
substance) significance as two oranges, the amalaki fruit
juice, its sediment and residue have the same antioxidant
assets due to Vitamin C content, resulting in its expanding
usefulness of being a carminative (expelling gas from the
stomach and intestines) and stomachic (relating to the
stomach and its excited stimulation of digestive activity).
Long lists of the amalakiís medicinal use prescribed by
the Ayuyvedic physicians includes heart support, fertility
enhancement, balancing stomach acidity, liver weakness,
vertigo, worms, aiding the urinary system, brain
nourishment, and healthier skin and hair to name a few. It
raises the total protein level and increases the body weight
due to positive nitrogen balance....