Please enable javascript to view this page correctly.

Emblica Officinalis Review

Emblica Officinalis Review Emblica officinalis or Amla is an ayurvedic herb in which all its parts including the fruits, is used for preventative and therapeutic purposes and appears to be the most important medicinal plant in the Indian traditional system of medicine, the Ayurveda. It appears to be most used for regulating glucose metabolism and cardiac health, and may also be neuroprotective. The fruit of Emblica Officinalis is used to treat many ailments like common colds and fever. It has also been used as an antipyretoc, analgesic, antidiarrheal, for wound healing, and gastrointestinal issues like peptic ulcer and dyspepsia. Emblica Officinalis is categorized under Ayurvedic. It is also known as Phyllanthus emblica, Amla, Anwala, Indian gooseberry.
Emblica Officinalis
Also Known Phyllanthus emblica, Amla, Anwala, Indian gooseberry
Description Emblica officinalis or Amla is an ayurvedic herb in which all its parts including the fruits, is used for preventative and therapeutic purposes and appears to be the most important medicinal plant in the Indian traditional system of medicine, the Ayurveda. It appears to be most used for regulating glucose metabolism and cardiac health, and may also be neuroprotective. The fruit of Emblica Officinalis is used to treat many ailments like common colds and fever. It has also been used as an antipyretoc, analgesic, antidiarrheal, for wound healing, and gastrointestinal issues like peptic ulcer and dyspepsia.
Typical Dose 1-3g
Stacks
BUY EMBLICA OFFICINALIS NOW

Benefits and Effectiveness


Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-16

Emblica Officinalis Dosage

1-3g

Side Effects

There has been no noted side effects yet related with Emblica Officinalis due to a limited number of studies.

Similar Supplements


No article available.


Results & Experiences

No data available

Community Reviews [ top]

Recommended For You