Amla (Emblica officinalis) fruit is known as the “king of whole food antioxidants.” Antioxidants can help slow the aging process, support the immune system and even help improve digestion. The amla fruit is nutrient dense, low in calories and fat, but rich in dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. One cup (150 g) of amla provides proteins (1 g), fats (<1 g), carbohydrates (15 g), fiber (7 g), vitamin C (46% daily value), vitamin B5 (9% daily value), vitamin B6 (7% daily value), copper (12% daily value), manganese (9% daily value) and potassium (6% daily value).
Amla is also known as Indian Goodberry. This tree is native to the geographically distinct Indian subcontinent area. It is wildcrafted and harvested from areas protected from environmental pollutants and overharvesting by the government of India. Amla has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for 5000 years, particularly for its anti-aging compounds.
- Country of origin: India
- Water is the solvent for extraction. Extract ratio – 5:1 (Herb Extract Ratio)
- 100% Extract of Emblica officinalis from the fruit