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Definition of the noun Amla

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noun - plural: amlas

  1. Phyllanthus emblica, the Indian gooseberry, a deciduous tree.
  2. The bitter yellow-green fruit of this tree.

Place

Amla is a sub-district or a tehsil, located in Betul district, Madhya Pradesh, India. Amla accommodates a rail junction, served by broad gauge lines, which connects the sub-district to Itarsi, Nagpur, and Chhindwara.

Character

Amla is a fictional character from the 1991 film Saudagar.

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Google previewNatural Hair Coloring (2016)

How to Use Henna and Other Pure Herbal Pigments for Chemical-Free Beauty by Christine Shahin

Amla is a sacred tree for Hindus, as Vishnu (one of the three supreme deities of Hinduism) is believed to dwell here. The tree is worshipped on a specific lunar date in February known as Amalaka Ekadashi, which is also another name for the ...

Google previewSpeaking Of: Skin Care (1998)

by Parvesh Handa

Amla is a source of concentrated Vitamin 'C' and has sixteen times more Vitamin ' C' than lemon. Such a drink will give protection to the body against cold and increase its digestive power. People in Western countries drink apple cider which is ...

Google previewThe Six Weeks to Sexy Abs Meal Plan (2015)

The Secret to Losing Those Last Six Pounds: A Plant-Based Nutrition Program and Recipes by Ella Magers

Amla: Also known as Indian Gooseberry, amla is a fruit with particularly strong free radical–fighting abilities. Free radicals cause damage to our cells and can lead to cancer. Amla contains even more antioxidant agents than blueberries, ...

Google previewGeography 10

by RK Jain

Amla is an extensively available lndian herb, and has been widely used as a valuable ingredient in various Ayurvedic medicines in lndia since time immemorial. Susruta, the great authority on Ayurveda, considers it the best of all acid fruits, ...

Google previewNaturopathy (The Nature's way of healing life

by Jasnita Walia

Amla is a wonder tonic for general health and the killer of innumerable deadly diseases. It contains many essential oils, vitamins and compounds that enhance the immunity system of the body. It is good for the treatment of eye ailments, ...

Google previewBioactive Dietary Factors and Plant Extracts in Dermatology (2012)

by Ronald Ross Watson, Sherma Zibadi

Amla is a rich source of Vitamin C [5]. The fruits also contain gallic acid, ellagic acid, chebulagic acid, emblicanin-A, emblicanin-B, punigluconin, pedunculagin, citric acid, ellagotannin, trigallayl glucose, pectin, 1-O-galloyl-beta-d-glucose, ...

Google previewYour Diet After 50 (2002)

by Suresh Chandra

Amla is a wonderful fruit and one of the precious gifts of nature to man. It is probably the richest known natural source of Vitamin C which is readily assimilated by the human system. It contributes greatly towards health and longevity. Amla is ...

Google previewFoods and Dietary Supplements in the Prevention and Treatment of Disease in Older Adults (2015)

by Ronald Ross Watson

Amla is a potent rejuvenator and is useful in stalling degenerative and senescence processes, promoting longevity, enhancing digestion, treating constipation, reducing fever, purifying the blood, reducing cough, alleviating asthma, Immune ...

Google previewThe Athenæum (1882)

A Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music, and the Drama

aunt multiplic'amla is a better principle after all than such reckless creation of hypothetical species as this. Eleven native British wild sheep are too many for any one but a theorist with a point to prove, and when Mr. BouveriePusey ...

Google previewNatural Cures They Don't Want You to Know: The Encyclopedia of Over the Counter Natural Cures (2015)

by Jeffery Dosh

Amla (Emblica officinalis ), (Indian Goosebery): Amla contains the highest amount Natural Cure by Ayurveda.

Google previewThe Panjábí Dictionary (1895)

by Maya Singh, Henry Martyn Clark

AMLA TfrffHW* * to. The name of a medicinal plant {PhyUanthus embbiea).' AMMA WF \) «. / Mother ;-inij- AMMAN >Min J Oh! mother :— ammd- mahillar, «. to. An orphan, motherless : — ghar nahi* ddne ammdn pihan chnllt No grain in the ...

Google previewThe Penguin Dictionary of Alternative Medicine (2008)

by T V Sairam

Also,amla,emblic myrobalan, Indian gooseberry. It grows all over the Indian subcontinent, from Myanmar to Afghanistanand from the Himalayas in the north to the Deccan in the south. The fruit contains natural antioxidants and is the richest ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1892)

by Sir George Watt

Amla', rimlaki, n'unlah, yeonlali, ambalati, amulati, BENG.; Gondhona, amlaki, ohalu, URIYA; Alo' Manda, CUTTACK; Aura, Kor..; Meral, SANTAL; Ambari, Gino; Amluki, sahmyrlai'n, Assxu; Amla, NEPAL; Suom, LEPCHA; Nelle, MAL.

Google previewA Dictionary of Commercial Terms (1856)

With Their Synonymes in Various Languages by Alexander Faulkner

Amla; Coch-chin. Cayboung N got, Hac-min-san ; Guz. Hind. Amla, Anvelcutty, Aoonla ; Cyng. Awusadanelli; Duk. Aoonla, Amlej; Pers. Amleh; Sans. Amalaka ...

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives, 7th Edition (2009)

Descriptions in Plain English of More Than 12,000 Ingredients Both Harmful and Desirable Found in Foods by Ruth Winter

AMLA • Indian Gooseberry. It has long been known in its native India for having protective antioxidant qualities, and it is increasingly being sought as an additive. It is a traditional Ayurvedic (see) rejuvenator and deloxifier. The fruits ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of the Hindu World (1992)

by Ganga Ram Garg

Amla. Name of a sacred stream of Kuruksetra (Vaman. 34.7). Ainlaia. In the Yuga -purana .chapter of Garga-samhita, there is a reference to a Saka invasion on Magadha in about 35 B.C. The leader of this invasion was Saka Amlafa, who was ...

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