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Ayurveda Medicinal Properties of Amla or Indian Gooseberry

Ayurveda Medicinal Properties of Amla or Indian Gooseberry

Ayurveda Medicinal Properties of Amla or Indian Gooseberry

Amla which is also referred to as Amalaki is popularly recognized as Indian gooseberry. Being a transient tree, Amla grows to about 5 meters height. The back of Amla is usually characterized by light brown colour. Its leaves are closely patterned with beautiful shape, sized 3mm wide and 10mm long to give a feathery image.

Another feature of Amla is its pale green flowers which are usually clustered together in 6 to 10 to bring out pleasant looks. The fruits of Amla which weigh about 6 to 8 gms are depressed at poles, fleshy and characterized by globe shape.

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