Amalaki Extract - 1oz
Amla literally means “sour”; it is the Hindi word for a fruit tree (Emblica officinalis or Phyllanthus emblica) that grows throughout India and bears sour-tasting gooseberry-like fruits.1 Amla is also known by the Sanskrit name “Amalaki.” Other Sanskrit nicknames for amla—names meaning “mother,” “nurse,” and “immortality”—are a testament to the healing capacity of its fruits.1, 2 Amla has been used in Ayurveda and other Asian medicinal practices for thousands of years.3 Because Sanskrit is the first language of Ayurveda, Banyan tends to offer herbs according to their Sanskrit names and therefore offers Amla as Amalaki.Amla is one of the three fruits that are contained in Triphala and it is the main ingredient in the nutritive jam Chyavanprash.
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