AMALAKI 60 CAPSULES 360 MG EACH
Indications for use:
• premature aging;
• weak immunity;
• cough, cold, upper respiratory tract diseases;
• indigestion and increased acidity;
• skin diseases.
Amalaki (Amla) is considered one of the most powerful anti-aging Ayurvedic medicine plants. Amalaki is the richest natural source of vitamin C (up to 3000 mg in one fruit), contains various forms of ascorbic acid, combined with a tannin complex and gallic acid. Thanks to this, the fruits of the plant can preserve vitamin C for a long time. In addition, bioflavonoids and carotenoids with antioxidant properties along with ascorbates were found in this plant. Amalaki has an immunomodulatory effect, and also stimulates the synthesis of hemoglobin. It cleanses the liver, blood and intestines, regulates the level of sugar and cholesterol, promotes hair growthand nails, strengthens bones and teeth. Together with catechins, antioxidants interfere with the development of atherosclerosis and various immune disorders of the body. The fruits of the plant contain substances that stimulate the production of erythropoietin, so the plant has long been used in the treatment of anemia. Glycosides and saponins of the plant normalize bowel function, eliminating constipation, the phenomena of flatulence and intestinal colic. Amalaki contains natural antiseptics that suppress the vital activity of the pathogenic microflora of the intestine and the genital tract.
Product: 60 capsules of 360 mg
Ingredients: dry extract of fruits Emliki, gelatin
Recommendations for use: adults and children over 14 years 2 capsules 2 times a day with meals.
Duration of admission is 1,5 months. Repeat if necessary.
Contraindications: individual intolerance of components, pregnancy, lactation. Before use, it is recommended to consult a doctor.
Shelf life: 3 years from the date of manufacture.
Supplier of: Conak, India
In translation from Sanskrit “amalaki” means “nurse”.
Amla is an extraordinary plant that occupies a key place in Ayurvedic medicine and in medicine of the Yunan and is included in the “golden row” of Ayurvedic herbs. Its extraordinary healing properties were known and used for several centuries before our era. By the force of its effect, it can be compared with such highly effective plants as him and turmeric. Approximately fifty years ago, Western medicine discovered the amulet, and after carrying out a series of serious scientific research the plant firmly entered into Western pharmacology. Amla is also used in traditional Chinese medicine and is called “yugansi” “yuganzi”, as well as in medicine junani and is called “sard kshushk” “sard kshushk”.
According to ancient Ayurvedic texts, in particular, Charaka Samshita, a person taking a tonic based on aml “will live a hundred years without disease and ailments”.
Amalaki – the famous elixir of youth, rasayana, adaptogen, possesses powerful energy, one of the most powerful rejuvenating plants. Since ancient times, the amlu has been used as a tonic, prolonging youth, giving health, strength and longevity, protecting against infections and diseases, giving youth to the body , freshness to feelings and clarity to the mind, enhancing vitality and a sense of joy of life.