Traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine, Amala is used as rasyana, which helps to build “spata Dhatu” means seven tissues in the body.
AMA CARE - Liver detox formula
1. Bhumyamlaki (Phyllathus amarus)
(herb extract equiv. to dry) 1.8g
2. Kirattha thiktha (Andrographis paniculata)
(herb extract equiv. to dry) 700mg
3. Devadaru (Cedrus Deodara)
(rhizome heartwood extract equiv. to dry) 500mg
4. Amla (emblica officnalis)
(Fruit extract equiv. to dry) 300mg
- Helps in detoxification of Liver and Gut
- Digestive tonic
- Helps in Skin Diseases like Eczema, Psoriasis and Acne
- Helps in Diabetes
- Relives Gas, Bloating and Constipation
- Natural Source of Vitamin C
- In Ayurveda, Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is used for Prameha (Diabetes) and promotes digestion.
- Andrographis and Cedrus are in Ayurvedic Medicine are used for Skin Condition.
- Promotes Healthy Immune Function
Traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine, Amala is used as Rasayana, which helps to build “spata Dhatu” which means seven tissues in the body.
- If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Store below 30 degrees C.
- Bottle sealed for your protection.
- Do not expose to direct sunlight
- Do not use during pregnancy and In breastfeeding.
Adults – Take 1-3 capsules each day with food, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Children over 12 years – Take one capsule daily with food. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional
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