Suffering From Premature Greying Of Hair? Amla Juice Can Help You!

by Shreya Rathod
Suffering From Premature Greying Of Hair? Amla Juice Can Help You!

The Indian subcontinent is home to an ancient medicine system, Ayurveda. Currently, it is practised in India and Nepal. According to it, there are certain fruits and herbs that are beneficial for your health. And among them is amla — the Indian gooseberry. Also known as Phyllanthus emblica, amla juice is extremely effective in controlling premature greying of hair.

Prevent Premature Greying Of Hair With Amla Juice

Hair is a protein filament and an essential part of our body. Having a proper hair care routine to keep your hair and scalp clean is important and a part of the hygiene process. Besides using shampoos, conditioners and hair masks, it is essential to maintain a healthy and proper diet.

However, despite taking maximum care, you will encounter premature greying of hair. It is a condition when some hair strands turn white giving you a salt-pepper look. Amla juice helps in reversing this effect naturally. It helps in balancing the pH level and reducing the growth of white flakes. One of the main reasons for greying is an imbalance of pitta (bile) levels. Amla juice helps in balancing its levels and controls its production. In addition to this, amla is rich in copper and leads to the production of melanin, a natural pigment.

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Other Health Benefits

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Other than preventing premature greying, amla is rich in Vitamin C. It is beneficial in fighting the common cold and builds immunity. Moreover, it contains Vitamin A which helps improve eyesight. Amla contains a lot of chromium, which lowers bad cholesterol and stimulates the synthesis of insulin, lowering blood glucose levels in diabetics.

Consuming amla juice first thing every morning or when one’s blood pressure is high also aids in maintaining blood pressure control. Additionally, amla helps in burning fat — one of its least-talked benefits! The fibre in amla berries aids in the body’s regulation of bowel motions and may be useful in easing the symptoms of illnesses like irritable bowel syndrome. High levels of vitamin C found in amla berries help your body absorb other nutrients. Therefore, if you take iron and other mineral supplements, they might be helpful.

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Adding amla to your diet is extremely simple. You can consume it as amla juice, candy, dried powder, pickled and so on.

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