Amla is a small to medium sized deciduous tree, found largely in India, Sri Lanka, South East Asia. It grows about 8-18m height with thin light grey bark, leaves are simple, light green, sub-sessile, closely set along the branchlets looks like pinnate leaves.
Amla is highly nutritious and is one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, amino acids and minerals. It contains several chemical constituents like tannins, alkaloids and phenols. Among all hydrolysable tannins, Emblicanin A and B; gallic acid, ellagic acid are reported to possess biological activity.
Almost all parts possess medicinal properties, particularly fruit, which has been used in Ayurveda as a powerful Rasayana and antioxidant. Amla fruit is widely used in Ayurveda as alone or in combination with other plants in various formulations.
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