Amalaki, also known as Amla or Indian Gooseberry, is a grape-like fruit: rounded, the size of a plum, greenish-yellow, and with a somewhat sour flavor but with great nutritional properties for our health.
Amla has been talked about a lot in recent years. Although on many occasions we can believe that it is due to another trend, the truth is that this fruit. It is found all over India which grows from the Himalayas to Tamil Nadu.
It is a great source of vitamins, minerals, proteins, fibers, and where its high content of vitamin C stands out, practically the equivalent of two dozen oranges. The Amla or Amalaki is a tree (Phyllanthus Emblica), whose origin is found in the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia. It belongs to the family of the Phyllanthaceae. It has a robust trunk, medium-size and abundant branches.
Its flowers are greenish-yellow and its fruits are harvested by hand…