Tulsi has proved to be highly effective in protecting our body from various infections and diseases of heart, liver, skin, kidney etc. So, Tulsi is rightly called the ‘Queen of Herbs’.
Tulsi leaves are rich in vitamins A, C and K and minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and potassium. It also has a good amount of protein and fibre.
Tulsi is rich in Vitamin C and zinc. It thus acts as a natural immunity booster and keeps infections at bay. It has immense anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties which protect us from a variety of infections.
// Consume 1 tsp daily with water. Can be enjoyed as a tea: Add 1 tsp powder to 1 cup of boiled water. Infuse for 3-5 minutes. Strain & Enjoy.//
Amla is a powerhouse of nutrients.
It is highly rich in Vitamin C, Iron and Calcium.
It is in fact known as a ‘divyaushada’ or a divine medicine as it contains five tastes – sweet, sour, bitter, astringent and pungent that help in the functioning of both mind and body.
It is full of anti oxidants that are effective in reducing the free radicals in the body.
The Indian gooseberry has brilliant immune-boosting properties. It is an excellent source of vitamin C, which not only helps promote immunity but also improves the body’s metabolism. This helps in preventing diseases and infection.
Amla is also loaded with Vitamin A, polyphenols, alkaloids and flavonoids – quercetin and kaempferol. Studies reveal that amla increases the number of white blood cells, the body’s defense mechanism to fight allergies, infections and to flush out toxins. Eating gooseberry daily shields body against harmful bacteria and inflammation.
High fibre content in amla makes it wonderful for digestive system.
Amla also has anti aging properties. It makes skin glowing & keeps it hydrated.
How to cosume amla powder :
Consume 1 tsp in water once a day on empty stomach or 1 hour after food. Make a drink of amla powder, ginger powder & honey. Can even add amla powder to any glass of fresh juice. Can also sprinkle amla powder on fresh fruits.