Shudh Online Dry Amla or Phyllanthus Emblica can be used on hair, face and it’s edible too. Amla or the Indian gooseberry has strong chances to get you long, strong, and healthy hair locks.
- STRENGTHENS HAIR & HAIR GROWTH - Dried Amla for hair, if used regularly nourishes the scalp and roots and promotes the growth of long, healthy, and shiny hair. Dry Awala (Aawla) powder for hair helps to conditions the damaged hair and treats dandruff
- DRIED AMLA EDIBLE - Saabut dried amla / Dry amla pieces for eating without any additives. Does not contain salt or sugar
- BOOSTS DIGESTION - Pachan Amla or Phyllanthus Emblica is edible and it strengthens the digestive process by activating the secretion of digestive juices and improving appetite. It burns fat and builds immunity
- RICH SOURCE OF ANTI-OXIDANTS - Promotes absorption of nutrients may help to subside stomach disorders like acidity and gas
OTHER USES - It helps fight the common cold and also improves eyesight
How to use - You can chew it directly (or) Make powder and have it (or) You can soak it in water overnight and then drink the water and chew the Amla
Other names - Emblica Officinalis, Indian Gooseberry, Euphorbiaceae, Phyllanthus Emblica, Emblica, Aaonla, Nelli, Nellikka, Usiri, Usirikaya, Betta nelli, Amalaka, Aonla, Ambala, Dhatri, amalaka, Adiphala, dhatri, amlaki, Amali, ambala, Alathanda, khondona