Drinking Amla water gives health 8 tremendous benefits

Drinking amla water gives amazing health benefits, know its 8 benefits, how to make it and the right time to drink it.

Nature has provided us with many wonderful things, which are very beneficial for our overall health and can be used in many ways. One such wonderful fruit is Amla. Amla is a versatile fruit, which is full of medicinal properties as well as many health benefits. It is not only used in many Ayurvedic medicines, but is also used in many skin care, hair care and health supplements. Also people enjoy its health benefits in many ways in the form of amla fruit, amla murabba, amla candy, amla churna and amla juice.

Benefits of drinking amla water

  1. Remove stomach related problems

Drinking amla water in the morning strengthens digestion and removes stomach related problems. It also provides relief from constipation, indigestion, bloating, gas and other stomach related problems. It also helps in the absorption of nutrients from food.

  1. Keep Skin and Hair Healthy

Amla water is a great detox drink as well as a blood purifier. It purifies the blood and flushes out toxins. It is also rich in vitamin C and antioxidants. This removes pimples, blemishes and also improves the skin. At the same time, it helps in making hair strong, preventing fall, removing dandruff as well as getting thick and shiny hair.

  1. Beneficial for diabetics

Consuming amla water on an empty stomach in the morning helps in reducing high blood sugar and keeping it normal. It is also beneficial in fighting free radicals and reducing oxidative stress.

  1. Keep the brain healthy

It improves mental health. It is very beneficial in protecting brain cells from damage and improving brain function. It is also helpful in sharpening memory and mind.

  1. Helpful in Weight Management

Along with improving digestion, it helps in speeding up the metabolism. Due to which the digestion of food is better and more calories are burnt. This will help you maintain a healthy weight in the body, as well as help in weight loss.

  1. Enhances Eyesight

Amla is rich in Vitamin A, C and antioxidants. Due to which it is very beneficial for the eyes. It is very beneficial in preventing blindness, preventing macular degeneration and improving eyesight.

  1. Keep Heart Healthy

Drinking amla water keeps BP control, reduces bad cholesterol and helps in keeping the heart healthy. Because they are major risk factors for problems like heart attack, stroke and failure.

  1. Beneficial for Women

Drinking amla water improves the problem of hormonal imbalance. Beneficial for women with PCOS. It also improves fertility and helps in regularizing the periods.

How To Make Amla Water ?

Many people often ask how to make amla water at home? It is very easy to make amla water. There are 2 ways to make it..

  • You can consume it by boiling 1-2 teaspoons of amla powder in 200ml of water and filtering it. You can also drink honey mixed with it.
  • You can boil 2 amla fruits in 250ml of water. Boil well, when the water reduces a little, filter it, mix it with honey and consume it and eat the boiled fruit together.
  • You can consume it on an empty stomach in the morning, it will give amazing health benefits.
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Dr. Rati Parwani

Dr Rati Parwani is a Practising Professional BHMS Doctor having experience of 8 years in the medical field. Her approach towards each and every patient is the utmost professional with high standards of practice. She has nurtured her writing skills and proves it as an asset to her professionalism. She has experience in content writing and likes her writing ethical and scientific-based.

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