Indian Gooseberry

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Indian gooseberry often goes by another name, particular in Ayurvedic traditions – amla. You can use this ancient herb to treat a wide variety of health conditions, and it has proven to be highly valuable in the treatment of respiratory issues. If you are suffering from asthma, you can mix 5 grams of Indian gooseberry with honey and eat this every morning. The active ingredients are anti-inflammatory in nature and can quickly cut through the mucus that may be accumulating in your throat. This also protects against allergens and makes your respiratory tracts less sensitive, reducing the likelihood of an attack. Protection Status
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