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Cultivated throughout India and nearby countries, amla has gained a following throughout the world as a "superfruit." It's no surprise — a 100-gram serving of fresh amla berries contains as much vitamin C as 20 oranges.

Amla, also known as Indian gooseberries, grows on a flowering tree of the same name. The small berries are round and bright or yellow-green. Though they are quite sour on their own, their flavor can enhance recipes they’re added to.

While we can't be entirely sure when Ayurvedic healers started using amla berry, historical records tell us they’ve been used in remedies for at least 1,000 years.

Incorporating this ancient superfruit into your diet may improve your overall health.


  • Amla: The Global Superfruit Sensation
    Amla Allure: From the heart of India to the corners of the world, amla, the "superfruit," has taken the global stage by storm.
  • Vitamin C Champion: Brace yourself for a vitamin C showdown – a mere 100 grams of fresh amla equals the zing of 20 juicy oranges.
  • Gooseberries Galore: Amla, the darling of the Indian subcontinent, sprouts on the amla tree, boasting petite, round, and vibrant yellow-green berries.
    Sour Sophistication: Amla's initial sour punch is just a prelude to its culinary magic, enhancing recipes it graces.
  • Time-Tested Treasure: Amla's roots in Ayurveda run deep, with a history of over a thousand years as a trusted remedy.
  • Health Odyssey: By weaving this ancient superfruit into your diet, you embark on a journey towards overall well-being. It's not just fruit; it's nature's elixir for your health.