Amla is equal to Amrit in Ayurveda, it is known that the benefits of Amla are unmatched in 10 diseases
Amla is called Amrita, Amritaphal, Amalaki, Pancharasa etc. in Sanskrit, ‘Anglo Myribalan’ or Indian Gooseberry in English and ‘Philanthus ambellica’ in Latin. This tree occurs in forests and orchards all over India. Its height is 20 to 25 feet, the bark is of ash color, the leaves are like tamarind leaves, but some are big and the flowers are yellow in color. Instead of flowers, round, shining, ripe, red colored fruits, which are known as Amla. Amla of Varanasi is considered the best. This tree grows in Kartik. According to Ayurveda, Hara and Amla are the two best medicines. Amla is more important in these two. Amla is the most important of the stagnant liquids that prevent physical decay by Charaka. Ancient writers have called it welfare, maintainer of state and protector like mother. Amla is the face of nectar, but today we will know its unmatched benefits in 10 diseases. Let’s know about those benefits.
10 diseases caused by Amla are unmatched
1. Jaukut 20-50 grams of gooseberries, filtering that water in half a kilogram of water for two hours and pouring it into the eyes thrice a day provides relief in eye diseases.
2. Finely grind the berries, mangoes and gooseberries and apply it on the forehead, stops the blood in the nasal cavity.
3. Mix celery, turmeric, amla, yawaksha, chitraka, equal quantity of it, licking 1 to 2 grams of powder with 2 spoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of ghrita removes voice.
4. In hiccups and vomiting, mixing 10-20 ml juice of Indian gooseberry with 5-10 grams sugar candy gives relief. It can be given 2-3 times a day.
5. Take 1-2 pieces of fresh Amla sugar candy or Amla Swaris with 25 grams of mixed honey twice a day, so that the complaints of acidity are cured.
6. To prevent liver weakness and jaundice, gooseberry should be taken in the morning and evening by making sauce with honey.
7. Triphala powder made from Indian gooseberry is used to increase liver, headache, constipation, piles and indigestion.
8. Grind Indian gooseberry and apply it to an earthen pot. Then fill buttermilk in that pot and give it to the patient, it provides relief in piles. If hemorrhoids cause excessive bleeding, 3 to 8 grams of gooseberry powder should be consumed with curd cream 2-3 times a day.
9. Make a fine powder of Indian gooseberry and neem leaves. Lick 2 to 6 grams or 10 grams daily in the morning, it also provides quick relief in the severely misty leprosy.
10. Burn Indian gooseberry kernels and mix coconut oil in it and apply on any type of wet or dry itching.