amla

Amla is a natural source of Vitamin C, Iron, and minerals that are consumed on the everyday basis. Amla is defined to be “Awlaki” a Sanskrit word that means “the sustainer”. Amla Fruit is grown in abundance throughout India and Nepal. Amla Trees is considered to be sacred and perceived by many as Mother Earth and its offspring’s to be Gooseberry fruits.

Our fruit can be eaten during the summer season for cooling skin and body, and more to your credibility each of our fruit contains 20 times more Vitamin C than that is available on Orange fruit. It is one of the fruits that can be found grown on the Organic basis and also in Inorganic or wild nature. Amla has passed down the history as a fruit that possesses herbal properties and also for its freshness. We use fruit and its derivatives in every product we sell. Its wellness quotient and mutable forms are now consumed by many of our clients.

Amla is a deciduous tree that grows to 20 to 30 feets high and yields fruits on 4 or 5 months basis. You can effective grow Amla and its fruits through cutting the Plant during the autumn season. The seed cultivation requires you to undergo a series of maintenance like pruning shrubs and watering to grow the fruits. It is known to be sour and is edible when light-green to yellowish-green. Generally, your Amla fruit is exhibited with six vertical stripes and a hard seed at the center. Amla trees are grown in regions where the weather is hot throughout the year and is sometimes rainy.