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Amla (Indian Gosseberry) has multiple benefits. Read on to know the various benefits of amla.
Amla (Botanical Name Emblic Myrobalan) is a popular, easily available variety of berry with numerous benefits. Rich in Vitamin C , and antioxidant properties, it is a low cost berry. It is round in shape, green in colour and sour in taste and is used in both culinary and medicinal fields. Especially in Ayurveda, intake of Amla before meals is advised. “अभुक्त्वात् आमलकं पथ्यम्”“Abhukthvaat Aamalakam Pathyam’.
A simple recipe of Amla Pachadi ( amla raita) : Take raw or cook the amla and then grind it along with green or red chillies, add salt and mix it with curd. Add seasoning. Amla raita is ready just in minutes. To preserve Amla for a long time, it is cooked and stored along with honey in air-tight jars. Amla pickle is most relished and tastes good with curd rice.
The Amla tree is also worshipped in India, during the month of Nov-Dec. i.e (15 Nov-15 Dec) Karthika masa, month of Karthika, according to Indian calendar. Let’s take a quick look at its benefits :
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