Amla Dried

Amla dried are derived by drying fresh amla fruits. During this drying process, water is mostly eradicated. Dried amla is one of the best and healthy snacks. Amla is loaded with nutrients. Dried amla is good for eyesight and for the brain. It is a great source of vitamin C and cures sore throat and cold.

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How to change the taste of drinking water, and which herb helps in purifying clay pot water?

Query: Hello doctor, What herb can we add for purification of water in clay pot? Is there any way in Siddha to change the taste of water? Because water does not taste good due to its hardness.   Read Full »


Dr. Arul Amuthan

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You can add the following to drinking water for purification:Nellikkai has to be dried (Amla dried) and can be added to drinking water. Nellikai wood (Amla wood chips) can also be added to drinking water. Thetran kottai (Strychnos potatorum) dried seed. When you rub this...  Read Full »

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