Taking amla as a supplement can benefit your skin from the inside with its incredible range of antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients.
Amla facial scrubs have also been reported as effective for reducing acne and controlling oily skin. This page will focus on using the powdered amla as a topical treatment to improve your skin and tighten up your pores.
Amla is sometimes called amalaki or Indian gooseberry. The whole fruit powder, with its chopped up seeds, is a brilliant skin exfoliator with antibacterial and astringent properties.
Used as a skin scrub, amla powder can help break down the top layer of old, tired skin cells to reveal your natural glowing complexion underneath.
Amla hair oil is a popular treatment to promote hair growth and thicken and darken hair.
Commercial amla oil preparations are available but I wasn’t keen on the ingredients like unhealthy mineral oil and thought I could make something better at home. My results so far have been very encouraging so I thought I’d share the recipe and how to use it.
Amla fruit, also known as Indian gooseberry or amalaki, is a powerful and rejuvenating superfood for better health and more energy.
This page will look at how to take amla, how much to have and the best times and dosage.
Fresh amla fruit has an interesting flavor. I’d already been using the powdered version for a while when I found some in an Indian grocery store and bought a bag.
Cutting open the first amla the taste is quite sour and tart and my initial thought was that I might struggle to eat them all. I’d read though about a couple of tricks to try when eating amla.
The first was to taste a little salt before you bite into them. I tried this with a little Himalayan pink salt and it definitely improves the flavor. There was much more depth, less sourness and more of a combination of flavors, but hard to describe. Continue Reading
Amla is one of the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine with an incredible list of health benefits.
A whole book could be written on all of the potentially beneficial uses of the Indian gooseberry, also known as amalaki and amla berry.
Ahead are some of the most valuable for improving your health and wellness, with scientific studies to back up the claims.
First though, a quick summary.
Amla, botanically known as Amilica Embillicus, is a small tree native to the Indian subcontinent that produces plum sized yellow fruit with some amazing benefits for our health.
If you’ve ever read anything about amla powder before you’ve probably heard it’s one of the world’s best sources of vitamin C.
Actually, that may not be the case. The real reasons amla is so good for you appear to be far more exotic and interesting. Continue Reading
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While better skin and healthier hair are usually positive outward signs of enhancing your diet, certain superfoods can also be made into effective treatments for your hair and skin, for an immediate improvement in your appearance.
Superfood Profiles also has many quick, simple and delicious superfood recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners as well as soups, juices and smoothies to have more of these healthiest of foods and experience more energy in your day.
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