Indian gooseberry or amla is an extreamely sour, nutritious fruit of a tree which grows in india, the middle east, and in other south east Asian countries.Amla is known as Amlaki in Sanskrit. Due to its powerful antioxidant properties, it is often used as in ayurvedic medicines to boost skin and hair health, and also overall immunity of the body.Amla is rich with vitamin C and vitamin A . it also contains high levels of folic acid and minerals like calcium , potassium, phosphorous , iron, carotene and magnesium. The beneficial properties of amla are due to the potency of antioxidents. Indian gooseberries are a natural immune booster as they contain a powerful cocktail of vitamin C and vitamin A, polyphenols, alkaloids and flavonoids, amla juice in Ayurveda is often used to increase the white blood cells in the body.It also contains chromium, which has a therapeutic value for diabetics. It stimulates the isolated group of cells that secrete insulin, thus reducing blood sugar in diabetic patients.Amla is very high in fiber , like most fruits. Fiber adds bulk to the stool and helps move food through the bowels and keep bowel movements regular.this reduces the chances of constipation.berries like blue berries and gooseberries have been proven to improve heart health. Amla powder strengthens the heart muscles, so the blood circulation is more effective through out the body. Amla also acts as a diuretic which will increase the frequency of urination which will clense the body and flushes out the toxins.Drinking amla juice as per Ayurveda boosts vitality and vigour, and the underlying reason for it is probably linked to its ability to re-energize the liver.amla extract has been shown to have cytotoxic activity against cervical and ovarian cancer. It aids in calcium absorption, improves metabolic activity treat menstrual cramps, improve appetite and has lot of benefits which cannot even listed out.