Published By – Krishi Jagran Updated On 12 February 2022
Cultivated all through India and adjacent nations, “AMLA” has picked up a following all through the world as a “superfruit.” It’s no astonishing — a 100-gram serving of new amla berries contains the amount of vitamin C equivalent to 20 oranges. Amla or Indian gooseberry is endemic and primitive to the sub-continent of India. Botanically Amla is referred to as Phyllanthus Emblica and is deciduous in nature. In India, Amla is considered both therapeutic and sanctified.