Advantages and disadvantages of chewing Amla seeds
Benefits of chewing gooseberry seeds or Amla seeds
Amla is found most in winter. It is also known as Amla or Indian Gooseberry. Amla is rich in Vitamin C. After eating amla or Indian gooseberry, you will often throw away its seeds. You don’t know that Chewing Amla seeds are very beneficial for your health. Although apart from advantages there are some disadvantages of chewing amla seeds. In this article, we will tell you about the Advantages and disadvantages of chewing Amla seeds.
Amla seeds protect against eye diseases
Just like Amla is healthy for the eyes, chewing amla seeds also keep you away from many types of eye diseases. Also, If your eyes are burning or the eyes have become red, then grind the seeds of amla and make a paste. Applying this paste around and above the eyes provides relief. If you are not able to make powder from seeds at home, then you can also apply Amla seeds powder available in the market.
Amla seeds cure skin problems
There are many benefits of Amla seeds for the skin as well. Chewing amla seeds can remove pimples, itching, ringworm, rashes from your skin.
Benefits of the powder prepared from amla seeds
Amla is not only beneficial, its seeds, bark, root, leaves, flowers all benefit health in many ways. Do not throw the seeds after consuming Amla. Make a powder by drying its seeds. You can also buy this powder from an ayurvedic shop. During the summer season, people are often troubled by the problem of bleeding. Consumption of powder of amla seeds can stop bleeding. However, it is better to show this problem to the doctor.
Reduce fever with amla seeds
If you have a fever, then Amla seeds can also be used to reduce fever. Along with this, it also removes the problem of bile. Consumption of its powder removes cough as well as strengthens immunity. Lungs remain healthy.
Disadvantages of chewing Amla seeds
There are many disadvantages of chewing amla seeds in excess. So, let’s also talk about the disadvantages of chewing amla seeds in excess.
- Eating Ginger and Amla seeds together can cause liver damage. It increases SGPT in the liver.
- It increases acidity and results in stomach related problems.
- If used in excess quantity, it may lead to constipation.
- It also affects blood pressure
- Excess use of amla can cause burning in urine
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