Where does our Amla pulp powder come from? We get our Amla pulp powder from a Himachal based farmer who dries the fruit using spray drying without any chemical dehydration.
How is it made? Our Amla powder just contains the pulp and nothing else. Peels and seeds are separated before grinding to get powder from the best quality Amla pulp.
How does our Amla powder taste? It retains the flavor profiles of Amla and has an uncommon balance of sweet, sour, pungent and bitter tones.
Good for skin, hair and eyesight: The rich Vitamin-C contents, antioxidants and other bioflavonoids in Amla help reduce cell damage, promote hair growth and protects against age-related vision issues.
Regulates blood sugar levels: Amla powder if taken regularly has been proven to decrease fasting and post-meal blood sugar levels. It has been effective against type-2 diabetes.
Acts as a natural blood purifier: The natural antioxidant contents in Amla powder strengthens the blood vessels. Amla powder mixed with a tablespoon of honey or jaggery acts as a natural blood purifier and increases the hemoglobin levels.
Amla pulp powder and water: Mix one teaspoon of our Amla powder in 1 glass water and have it preferably first thing in the morning. The high fibre aids healthy bowel movement and flushes out waste causing gastric irritations.
- Add to your juices and coolers for the added goodness of Amla
- Add to your smoothies or shakes
Ayurvedic fact: Amla powder is known to balance the 3 Doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha). By the virtue of its sourness, it addresses the increased Vata and by the virtue of its cold potency and sweetish taste it appeases the aggravated Pitta. The Kapha gets addressed by the qualities of dryness and astringent taste of the fruit.