The key to a healthier, longer life free from disease and all the usual signs of ageing! It turns out that the solution may lie hidden, not in a lab somewhere, but in the tiny green berry of a tree from India. Described as 'arguably the most important fruit in Ayurvedic medicine', the Amla fruit could be the elixir you've been searching for.
From the branches of the deciduous tree, Phyllanthus Emblica, grows a small green fruit that is light in colour with vertical white stripes adorning its exterior and a hard seed at its core. This description may sound familiar to you - we have a similar berry which grows on European shores, the Gooseberry. Its not a surprise to learn that one of its other names is the Indian Gooseberry.
It has the same tart and sour flavour and looks incredibly similar but there is one difference, its spectacular healing prowess. So much that the tree itself is heralded as a protected ancient organism in Nepal and India where it grows.
Thought to live within the impressively awe-inspiring 30ft trunk of the tree is the Goddess Vishnu, which perhaps explains the origins of its Sanskrit name - Amlaki, meaning 'The sustainer'. No wonder then that Ayurvedic medicine has championed Amla for longevity, improving digestion and enhancing concentration to name but a few of its purported purposes.
Swanson Full Spectrum Amla Fruit brings you all of the mythical healing power of this immense fruit in its most potent and bioavailable form yet.
The Tamil king Athiyama was so convinced of the Amla fruit's ability to promote longevity that he reportedly gave a solitary fruit to guests whom he deemed worthy of a long life. His favourite poets and artists were given this symbol of health in its absolute essence by way of the wish of immortality, no idle promise when people using it have been rumoured to live for over a hundred years.
The Amla fruit is absolutely bursting with nutrients and vitamin C which is perhaps why it has proven such an effective antioxidant and free radical scavenger for so many centuries now. Active phytochemicals such as Gallic acid, Ellagic acid, Pyrogallol and various Polyphenols (to name but a few) all contribute to an unbelievably effective health tonic.
It is for this reason that Swanson Full Spectrum Amla Fruit has made the leap from ancient Ayurvedic medicine to modern health supplementation.
To be used as a dietary supplement. Take two capsules once per day with water.
Other ingredients: Plant fiber (microcrystalline cellulose), gelatin, silica, magnesium stearate
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Keep out of reach of children.
Do not exceed the recommended dose.
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