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Amla is one of the most beneficial gifts of nature. In Ayurveda, Amla finds frequent use in many formulations and treatments. Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is a rich source of Vitamin C, Calcium, potassium, iron and Vitamin B-Complex. According to Hindu mythology, God Vishnu is said to reside in Amla trees and the tree is workshopped in Amlaki Ekadashi. The reason for so much respect for the green fleshy fruit comes from the fact that besides being a wealth of Vitamin C, this is also a very rich source of anti-oxidants which fights free radicals. The abundance of Vitamin C in Amla helps in keeping the hair black and fights infections. Let’s see how we can make a refreshing glass of Amla Juice.
Fresh Amla (Indian Gooseberry) - 1 kilogram Sugar - 1 kilogram Ginger – 250 Grams Fresh Lemon – 10 to 15 Salt – 2 Heaped Teaspoons
Deseed the gooseberries and cut them in small pieces.
Mix the amla pieces with salt and let it stand for 2 hours.
In a pan, add the sugar with water and bring it to a boil to make a syrup. Set it aside to cool.
Wash the salted amla in clean water, put it in a juicer and extract the juice.
Now add ginger juice and lemon juice to the amla juice.
Finally, add sugar syrup and store in glass bottle.
Serve by adding 1-part alma juice to 5 parts water.
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