There are dozens of uses for Indian gooseberry (also known as amla), but its direct impact on blood circulation make it an ideal remedy for dizziness. Along with significant levels of vitamin A and its impact on immunity, Indian gooseberry has been used traditionally to treat dizziness for generations. You can grind 2-3 gooseberries into a paste and mix this with water. Let that mixture sit overnight and then strain the mixture before drinking it. You can do this for a few days to enjoy a lasting improvement to your circulation and clearheadedness.
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