Indian Gooseberry

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There are countless Ayurvedic remedies that are used around the world today, and Indian gooseberry is certainly among them. The juice of this fruit, also known as amla, is known to have stimulating and antioxidant properties, and for those with damaged hair, it can help promote the growth of new, healthy hair. The juice also treats damaged hair, acting as a natural moisturizer and conditioner, helping to strengthen the strands and prevent split ends and breakage. Since Indian gooseberry has become widely recognized as a healthy fruit in recent years, it is now much more readily available around the world.

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