What is Amla?
Amla or indian gooseberry is a healing plant that indigenously grows throughout India. The shape is a tree, a height of 8 to 18 meters. It is a healthy whole plant, especially fruits that are similar to our gooseberries and have a sweet-sour taste. Recent scientific research suggests that amla fruits have antiviral and antimicrobial activity. Ayurvedic medicine has been used by her for millennia as a POMLAJEVALEC (a powerful antioxidant) since she is rich in vitamin C (app. 445 mg / 100 g) and tannins (45%) (flavonoids, lipids and other essential oils). Indians traditionally use it to solve problems with scalp and impure skin.
What is Amla oil?
Amla oil is the oldest natural nutrient for the skin, hair and scalp. According to the Ayurvedic method of treatment, it is the best medicine to regulate the activity of Pitt Dosha. Dosha-means an energy channel or meridian. Pitta Dosha is an energy channel that is also connected to the scalp. If this channel does not work properly, our hair is prematurely grey or fading. Therefore, amla oil in the Ayurvedic medicine is always prescribed when problems with the scalp occur.
Amla oil is also very effective in all types of skin diseases. As a nourishing agent, it makes the skin shiny, inhibits the formation of wrinkles and prevents slippage.
How is amla oil made?
Amla oil is made according to the old traditional Ayurvedic recipe from dried amla fruit and contains 64.8% LA (Linolenic Acid). It is a fatty acid that acts as a humidifier, a cellular regulator and an antioxidant.
Instructions for use:
For hair and scalp problems:
Apply 2 soup spoons of the oil to the scalp once a week, and let it work overnight.
For damaged and dry hair:
The amla oil is applied to the affected parts of the hair, with tips of your fingers.
To care for the damaged or problematic skin on the face or body:
The oil is applied as a cream.