Product Code: Amalaki 60 Capsules
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Amalaki Benefits

Amalaki fruit (known as makham pom in Thai) is the most important botanical in the Ayurvedic medical system  which was recorded   (written down)  in India over 5000 years ago.  The Lord Buddha’s personal physician traveled with him throughout Asia and taught the use of Ayurvedic herbs and meridians which became the basis of Chinese medicine.

ANTI AGING:  In Ayurveda, Amalaki is known as “The Great Rejuvenator” and in Sanskrit the name of amalaki means “the nurse.” It helps to regenerate new blood cells , speed the healing process,  and is known for its anti-aging abilities.

CONGITIVE FUNCTION: Maintaining mental capacity is a great  concern. The brain is a  biochemical organ and a reduced level of adaptive energy, imbalance , free radical damage, and other stressors affect the brain as much as they affect other organs of the body. Ancient cultures identified amalaki as an herb that clearly created  rejuvenating and rebalancing effects.

DETOX:  Ayurveda describes the colon as the “mother of all disease.”  Amalaki helps to cleanse the colon and this elimination of toxins is greatly important to our overall  health and well being. It provides strong and effective detoxification of our entire system.

VITAMIN C: Amalaki is nature’s strongest source of vitamin C .  Amalaki juice has 20X more vitamin C than orange juice.  This natural vitamin C is protected by  “tannins” from oxidation and is very bio-available (easily absorbed and used).  The benefits of vitamin C  in supporting the immune system and overall health are well known.

BALANCE:  Amalaki is in the class of herbs known as “adaptogens” which help to balance the body and in creating balance they promote natural self-healing, overall health, vitality and long life.

THE FREEZE DRY PROCESS  captures and preserves the benefits of amalaki more effectively than any other method of preservation known to mankind.

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