Indian Gooseberry

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One of the most popular herbs in Eastern medical tradition is Indian gooseberry, commonly known as amla. This superberry possesses incredibly high levels of vitamin C, which has remarkable antioxidant properties, while the presence of carotene, vitamin B, iron and calcium helps to fortify the body against infections and promote healing. Amla can be purchased in many different forms, including raw or in a concentrated powdered form. You can blend this powder with water and drink the mixture, or apply it directly to the affected areas by creating a paste with the powder. Protection Status
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