Amla is an indispensable part of the Ayurvedic and Unani medicinal systems with amazing remedial qualities. That’s why it is also called “Amalaki”, “Dhartiphala”, "Divya", "Amrut" or “AmritPhala” in Sanskrit, which literally means the “fruit of heaven”.
Emblica officinalis or Amla is extensively cultivated all over India. Potent with the quality of re-vitalisation, the fruits of the plant are used in Ayurveda as an anti-stress agent. Further, the phyto-chemical analysis of Amla fruit powder reveals
Ashwagandha popularly known as Indian Ginseng, is one of the most well-known and widely used Ayurvedic herbs. Helpful in various functions in the body from sleep, energy, and stress relief to rejuvenation, muscle strength, and joint health, the herb is popular for a valid reason.
Unani Hakims, Indian Vaids, and European and Mediterranean cultures have been using herbs for over 4000 years. Herbs have been used in healing rituals and developed into traditional medical systems such as Unani, Ayurveda and Chinese Medicine.