We are Bulk Exporters of Amla Dried Fruits, Amla dried fruit Powder, Amla Extract, Amla Capsule and Amla Oil from India. We are Amla suppliers to some leading traders, distributors and manufacturers at Canada, USA, German, South Africa and some South East Countries. Our Amla fruit from India is collected from the wild forest by the Tribal of India, then cleaned, dried in our processing unit and packed in 25 Kg HDPF bags for export. Demand for Amla Extract in the world market is growing due to increasing awareness and supportive research into the use of Amla extracts as Natural Vitamin C Supplement. Amla has also wide applicability in cosmetics for Hair such as shampoo and conditioners. Our Amla undergoes strict quality control, and is free from any pesticide and heavy metal residue. There is strict microbiological testing to ensure that our Amla confirms to WHO standards.
Introduction: When the fruit is dried, the main ingredient, water, is mostly eliminated, and the remaining constituents are present in considerably larger proportions. The pulpy portion of fruit, dried and freed from the nuts contains: gallic acid 1.32%, tannin, sugar 36.10%; gum 13.75%; albumin 13.08%; crude cellulose 17.08%; mineral matter 4.12% and moisture 3.83%. Amla fruit ash contains chromium, 2.5; zinc, 4; and copper, 3 ppm. Presence of chromium is of therapeutic value in diabetes.
Process : Dry Amla Fruits are obtained by drying fresh amla fruits.
Chemistry : This product is soluble in water, pale green to deep brown free flowing powder and contains more than 25% polyphenols.
Amla is good for almost everyone on a regular basis. It reduces or eliminates the risk of environmental pollutants, normalizes cholesterol, reduces unwanted fat, cures ulcers, reduces or prevents cancer,
Dry Amla fruit is used in Ayurvedic and Unani systems of medicine for various ailments like fever, liver disorder, indigestion, anemia, heart complaints and urinary problems.
A decoction prepared from the dry fruit combined with Harida (Terminalia chebula) and Bahada (Terminalia belerica) is useful in chronic dysentery and biliousness, in doses of 1 oz. once or twice daily.
For anemia, jaundice and dyspepsia,
The water in which dried amla pieces are soaked overnight is also nourishing to hair and can be used for the last rinse while washing the hair.