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Amla is one of the most known to the world and described in Ayurvedic tracts plant. In translation from Sanskrit "amalaki" means "nurse". Amla is the famous elixir of youth, rasayana, adaptogen, possessing powerful energy, one of the most powerful rejuvenating plants. Since ancient times, the amlu has been used as a tonic, prolonging youth, giving health, strength and longevity, protecting against infections and diseases, giving youth to the body, freshness to feelings and clarity to the mind, enhancing vitality and a sense of joy of life. According to ancient Ayurvedic texts, in particular, Charaka Samshita, a person taking a tonic based on aml "will live a hundred years without disease and ailments". This amazing plant is known as the strongest natural tonic, an antioxidant, one of the richest sources of vitamin "C" in nature. Amla improves immunity, prevents premature aging, normalizes the whole body, treats a wide range of diseases, has anti - inflammatory, antiviral, astringent, antiseptic, regenerating, cooling, diuretic properties, improves blood circulation, blood composition, cleanses blood, increases hemoglobin, lowers cholesterol, improves eyesight, treats hepatitis, diabetes, respiratory diseases, strengthens memory, heart, nervous system, bone tissue, teeth and gums, improves eyesight, heals t hepatitis, leukoderma, promotes hair growth, prevents their loss, warns gray hair and eliminates dandruff. Amla is an extraordinary plant that occupies a key place in Ayurvedic medicine and in medicine of the Yunan and is included in the "golden row" of Ayurvedic herbs. Its extraordinary healing properties were known and used for several centuries before our era. By the force of its effect, it can be compared with such highly effective plants as him and turmeric. Approximately fifty years ago, Western medicine discovered the amulet, and after carrying out a series of serious scientific research the plant firmly entered into Western pharmacology. Amla is also used in traditional Chinese medicine and is called "yugansi" "yuganzi", as well as in medicine junani and is called "sard kshushk" "sard kshushk". Amalaki is an important ingredient in a large number of Ayurvedic medicinal and cosmetic products. Amla fruits are the richest natural source of ascorbic acid, vitamin C - 800 mg per 100 g of pulp. This content of vitamin C is higher than with any other fruits. This is 30 times more than in oranges and 1.5 times more than in fresh hips. However, even more importantly, aml has a unique formula for ascorbic acid combined with gallic acid and a tannic complex that provides high resistance to vitamin C, which does not decompose even at a temperature of 100 degrees. In dried form and in the elixir it lasts up to three years. Vitamin C is a necessary means for synthesizing collagen - an "intercellular cement" that binds together individual cells, for normal growth and development of the child's body, increasing its immunity and resistance to infections, diseases, viruses, adverse environmental effects, the full functioning of internal organs, strengthening bone tissue, teeth, hair. In addition to ascorbic acid, aml contains gallic acid - an important source of polyphenone, tannins - emblem A and emblem B, pectin, citric and nicotinic acids, proteins, cellulose, riboflavin, niacin, thiamine bromide, methionine, tryptophan, flavonoids, tannins, carotene, glucose, calcium, iron, phosphorus, copper, cellulose, albumin, gums, and also the most important ingredient of phlembine and cytokinins: zeatin, zeatin riboside, zeatinucleotide and superoxide dismutase. Amla fruits contain 3 times more proteins and 160 times more vitamin C than apples, and also surpass them in the content of minerals and amino acids. In medicine, fruits of amla are primarily used - in dried and fresh form, in the form of extracts, juice, drinks, jams, powder, tablets, capsules, plates, as well as bark, seeds, flowers, shoots in the form of infusions, powders, extracts. Fruits of wild amla contain a large amount of fiber. The fruits of the cultivated amla are very juicy and contain up to 80% water. Seeds contain proteolytic and litholytic enzymes, essential oil. The bark and seeds have an astringent effect. In Ayurveda Amalaki is recognized as one of the most powerful rejuvenating plants. Especially it is effective as a rasayana for Pitta, as well as for blood, bones, liver and heart. Amalaki restores and supports new tissues, increases the number of red blood cells. It clears the mouth, strengthens the teeth, nourishes the bones, stops bleeding from the gums, removes inflammation in the stomach and large intestine. It is the richest natural source of vitamin C (up to 3000 mg in one fruit). Amalaki improves appetite, cleanses the intestines and regulates blood sugar levels. The nature of amalaki satvicna and bestows luck, love, longevity. And in itself this tree is a long - liver. Amla contains various forms of ascorbic acid, combined with a tannin complex and gallic acid. This increases the stability of vitamin C, which persists for up to 2 years. Thanks to ascorbates, carotenoids and bioflavonoids, the amla has antioxidant properties, that is, it neutralizes the aggressive effect of free radicals formed as a result of oxidative processes. There are three types of radicals: superoxide radical, hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl radical. If the first two are neutralized by enzymes with superoxide dismutase, catalase and peroxidase, then the organism does not develop a specific protection from the hydroxyl radical, since its appearance is associated with high - frequency radiation from TVs, computers, radiotelephones and other household appliances and electronics that appeared relatively recently. Free radicals can damage the endothelium of the arteries, accelerate the aging of articular cartilage and intervertebral discs, disrupt the colloidal balance of bile and weaken the immune system. Therefore, regular intake of antioxidants is very relevant these days. In addition, amalaki has an immunomodulatory effect. The usual activation of immunity is not always favorable, as there is a group of diseases associated with autoimmune aggression: bronchial asthma, insulin - dependent diabetes mellitus, glomerulonephritis, psoriasis and others. Amla leads the immune system into equilibrium. However, this plant stimulates the synthesis of hemoglobin, which is confirmed by modern scientific research. Short indications for use: general disorders, especially those accompanied by bleeding, hemorrhoids, anemia, diabetes, gout, dizziness, gastritis, colitis, hepatitis, osteoporosis, constipation, bile flow, liver or spleen weakness, premature graying or hair loss, recovery period after fever , a general decline in strength and tissue failure, mental disorders, palpitations. Very well calms Kapha and Pitta dosha. The therapeutic properties of aml are used in the following cases: as a nourishing tonic for the whole organism, strengthening immunity, bringing the immune system into equilibrium; as a means of restoring the body after heavy operations, prolonged illness, childbirth, stress, exhausting work, with general weakness, lethargy and apathy, restoring vitality and vitality, suitable for elderly as well as young people; as a strong antioxidant, slowing down the aging process and rejuvenating the body, preventing lipid peroxidation in the cell membranes and regenerating cellular metabolism, protecting the body from harmful environmental effects and pollution, neutralizing free radicals, restoring and supporting new tissues and not giving side effects; as a means of improving blood composition, increasing hemoglobin, stimulating the release of red blood cells, with anemia; to normalize the level of cholesterol in the blood; to strengthen memory, synchronize the work of the right and left hemispheres, improve intellectual plates, as well as bark, seeds, flowers, shoots in the form of infusions, powders, extracts. Fruits of wild amla contain a large amount of fiber. The fruits of the cultivated amla are very juicy and contain up to 80% water. Seeds contain proteolytic and litholytic enzymes, essential oil. The bark and seeds have an astringent effect. In Ayurveda Amalaki is recognized as one of the most powerful rejuvenating plants. Especially it is effective as a rasayana for Pitta, as well as for blood, bones, liver and heart. Amalaki restores and supports new tissues, increases the number of red blood cells. It clears the mouth, strengthens the teeth, nourishes the bones, stops bleeding from the gums, removes inflammation in the stomach and large intestine. It is the richest natural source of vitamin C (up to 3000 mg in one fruit). Amalaki improves appetite, cleanses the intestines and regulates blood sugar levels. The nature of amalaki satvicna and bestows luck, love, longevity. And in itself this tree is a long - liver. Amla contains various forms of ascorbic acid, combined with a tannin complex and gallic acid. This increases the stability of vitamin C, which persists for up to 2 years. Thanks to ascorbates, carotenoids and bioflavonoids, the amla has antioxidant properties, that is, it neutralizes the aggressive effect of free radicals formed as a result of oxidative processes. There are three types of radicals: superoxide radical, hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl radical. If the first two are neutralized by enzymes with superoxide dismutase, catalase and peroxidase, then the organism does not develop a specific protection from the hydroxyl radical, since its appearance is associated with high - frequency radiation from TVs, computers, radiotelephones and other household appliances and electronics that appeared relatively recently. Free radicals can damage the endothelium of the arteries, accelerate the aging of articular cartilage and intervertebral discs, disrupt the colloidal balance of bile and weaken the immune system. Therefore, regular intake of antioxidants is very relevant these days. In addition, amalaki has an immunomodulatory effect. The usual activation of immunity is not always favorable, as there is a group of diseases associated with autoimmune aggression: bronchial asthma, insulin - dependent diabetes mellitus, glomerulonephritis, psoriasis and others. Amla leads the immune system into equilibrium. However, this plant stimulates the synthesis of hemoglobin, which is confirmed by modern scientific research. Short indications for use: general disorders, especially those accompanied by bleeding, hemorrhoids, anemia, diabetes, gout, dizziness, gastritis, colitis, hepatitis, osteoporosis, constipation, bile flow, liver or spleen weakness, premature graying or hair loss, recovery period after fever , a general decline in strength and tissue failure, mental disorders, palpitations. Very well calms Kapha and Pitta dosha. The therapeutic properties of aml are used in the following cases: as a nourishing tonic for the whole organism, strengthening immunity, bringing the immune system into equilibrium; as a means of restoring the body after heavy operations, prolonged illness, childbirth, stress, exhausting work, with general weakness, lethargy and apathy, restoring vitality and vitality, suitable for elderly as well as young people; as a strong antioxidant, slowing down the aging process and rejuvenating the body, preventing lipid peroxidation in the cell membranes and regenerating cellular metabolism, protecting the body from harmful environmental effects and pollution, neutralizing free radicals, restoring and supporting new tissues and not giving side effects; as a means of improving blood composition, increasing hemoglobin, stimulating the release of red blood cells, with anemia; to normalize the level of cholesterol in the blood; to strengthen memory, synchronize the work of the right and left hemispheres, improve intellectual

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