Amla


Amla is like the new kid on the block. Does it work? 

Did you know? Amla is an essential fruit when it comes to your health. From helping in digestion to strengthening hair.

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Indian gooseberry, also known as Amla, grows in a berry in the Middle East, India, and Southeastern Asia. Organic Amla oil is the new kid on the block, gaining popularity because of its nourishing and moisturizing properties. A study conducted back in 2012 shows that Amla oil, technically known as Phyllanthus Emblica L., was the second most potent 5a-reductase inhibitor that promoted hair growth in this study. 

This oil has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over five thousand years and has had great success. There are many benefits to using one hundred percent pure, organic Amla oil when looking for more robust, longer, thicker, and healthier hair. It is also known to slow down the loss of pigment in the hair, slowing down the greying process.

 

I looked for an oil-based product to help nourish my hair, and I stumbled across Amla oil. I’ve been using my one hundred percent organic virgin Amla oil for over three months, and I can see a significant amount of hair growth in my hairline’s temple area. In addition, it doesn’t have a pungent smell, so it is easy to wear. Amla oil may use this oil in several different ways.

 

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2 responses to “Amla”

  1. […] study is needed to establish that amla oil works as a standalone hair loss therapy. Consult your doctor if you are concerned about hair loss. […]

  2. […] shopping around for your Amla oil, make sure you research. Do not waste your time or money on those oils cut with carrier oils like […]

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