||Amalaki, Dhatri, Vayastha, Amritaphala
||Indian gooseberry, Gooseberry
||Aoula or Amla
||Nellikai, Nelli, Dadi.
||Nellikai, Usiri, Pedda usiri.
Available in Himalays, sea coasts, Deccan areas and Kashmir area.
||Root, Bark, Leaves, Fruits
||Swaras 10-20 ml, Churna 3-6 gms.
- The antioxidant property in Amalaki is mainly due to presence of ellagitannins.
- Carotene, Nicotinic acid, D-glucose, D-fructose, Embicol.
- High amounts of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) helps as important dietary source of vitamin C, with minerals and amino acids. The active constituent of Amalaki is a group of tannins derivatives of ellagic and gallicacids, which make up a large portion of the extractable nonnutritive constituents. Most of the chemical constituents of Amalki is helpful to enhance immunity system and with the help of antioxidants present in it will rejuvenate skin and even helps to prevent premature aging and even hyperacidity.
||Guru, Ruksha, Sheetha
||Madhura, Amla, Katu, Tiktha, Kashaya
- Spasmolytic action of Amla will help to relieve abdominal spasms.
- Hypolipidaemic of Amla helps to lower cholesterol levels.
- Antioxidant helps to rejuvenate and acts as antiageing property.
- Antiinflammatory property helps to prevent inflammation.
- Other important pharmacological properties of Amalaki are Immunomodulatory,Antifungal, Antitumour, Hypoglycaemic, Antibacterial, Antiulcer
- Amalaki Acts as Tridoshahara.
- Antimicrobial property of Amalaki helps to manage alopecia condition.
- Amalaki helps to improve digestion.
- Hypo-glycemic property of Amla helps to manage and control diabetes as well as its complications.
- Amla helps in Skin disorders as it has Antifungal, antibacterial properties and its antioxidant property helps to rejuvenate skin.
SOME OF THE COMMON FORMULATIONS