Amalaki (Emblica officinalis/ Phyllanthus emblica) provides a fully bio-available source of natural Vitamin C that is easily digested and assimilated from one of nature's prime sources of Vitamin C, the whole Amla fruit. Amalaki detoxifies and rejuvenates the digestive system and GI tract, and reduces acidity. Amalaki is naturally abundant in antioxidants that help reduce free radicals and boost immune response.
Amalaki, also known as Amla, is India’s traditional superfruit. Used for thousands of years it is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. It is abundant in antioxidants and has one of the highest concentrations of relatively heat stable vitamin C and its cofactors including bioflavanoids. Learn more about Amalaki as a source of vitamin C.
Amalaki is the herb of choice when it comes to deep rejuvenation as it can be used to rejuvenate the digestive system, support healthy liver function, support the immune system, support healthy inflammatory response and as a tonic for overall health.
|Traditional Uses||Optimizing & Complementary Products||Notes|
|Adaptogen||Joy!, Vitality||Amalaki is such a great adaptogen that there is a national holiday in India to celebrate it!|
|Antioxidant||Tulsi-Holy Basil||At least a dozen of the antioxidants in Amalaki are stronger than vitamin C|
|Digestive||Tulsi-Holy Basil||Especially useful in cases of excessive acidity|
|Immunity||Immunity Formula||A key ingredient in many traditional immunity formulas. Amalaki boosts immune response and supports a terrain unsuitable for infections.|
|Long-life rasayana||Joy!||Rasayanas are adaptogenic herbs especially known to be so rejuvenating that they promote long life, mental accuity and youthful vigor.|
ORGANIC INDIA trains tribals in Central India to sustainably wildcraft forest Amla, we do not use the less potent cultivated Amla. We use only the pure and potent Amalaki fruit pulp in our products. Our Amalaki-based products have had the seeds removed. All ORGANIC INDIA herbs are thoroughly tested for heavy metals. For more information, please read this.
“Amala” means pure, clean, and shining. With the suffix “Ki” Amalaki means “That which makes you pure, clean and shining.” Another name, “Dhatri,” means “The nurse.” “Amla” simply means “sour,” as this is the dominant of its 5 tastes.
Amalaki/Amla fruit pulp (Emblica officinalis/ Phyllanthus emblica) with polyphenols including ascorbic acid, bioflavanoids, ellagic acid and other tannins.