Indian Goose Berry, Emblic Myrobalan
Botanical Name: Emblica officinalis,
Phyllanthus emblica, Euphorbiaceae.
How to use: Soak Amla Powder
with adequate amount of water preferably in an iron vessel. Leave
overnight and wash your hair in the morning with this extract. Repeat
this every 3rd pr 4th day. Alternatively prepare a constant paste with
henna powder and apply it on the hair. Leave for half and hour to an
hour and rinse
the hair properly afterwards.
Regular use of Amla gives
nourishment to the hair. It may also remove mild dandruff from
hair and scalp while giving body to the hair strands.
Powder is a natural astringent and skin toner that works on
both hair and skin. In Botanical term it is known as Emblic Myrobalan.
The paste of this powder helps promote luxuriant hair. Even as
it controls hair loss. It stimulates hair roots and promote hair growth.
This apart, it prevents scalp infection and controls premature graying
When Amla is used on skin,
the paste of this powder brightens the complexion and removes pimples
and grime. Mix 1 table spoon of amla with hot water and gently scrub your
Being Organic and Gluten free, Amla Powder can
also be taken orally as a food source, high in Vitamin C: create Amla smoothies, sauces, soups,
dips, marinades; or for Organic Hair Shampoo's and Skin Cream's using Amla as an ingredient in your mixture .... more?