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Amla Juice Recipe

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Ingredients

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8 Indian Gooseberry
1 tbsp Honey
10 gm chopped ginger
4 tsp cumin seeds
5 g jaljeera powder
10 g coriander leaves--chopped
50 ml cold water

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Amla Juice Recipe

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  • Veg
  • Vegan
Cuisine:
  • 10 min
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

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Amla juice is perfect to cool on a day when the sun scorches you down unapologetically. Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is derived from the Sanskrit word Amalika. This fruit is highly regarded in Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine) due to its anti-oxidant properties and high amounts of vitamin C.

This recipe of amla juice contains honey as a natural sweetener. The good thing about amla juice is that you can make it in large quantities, refrigerate it, and enjoy it later as well.

As a pre-preparatory measure to making amla juice, wash, pit, and dice fresh Indian gooseberries.

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How to Make Amla Juice

  1. Blend chopped gooseberry, ginger, and cumin seeds to make a smooth paste.
  2. Add water to the paste and blend for 5 minutes.
  3. Strain into a jar, add jaljeera powder, and refrigerate.
  4. Pour amla juice into glasses, garnish with coriander and serve.

 Health Benefits

According to the United States health department, water occupies about 90% of our body mass. In this context, it is extremely beneficial to consume juices to keep our bodies hydrated and enriched with essential vitamins and minerals. Juice help in circulation of blood and purification of colon, bladder, and kidneys. A hydrated body reflects in healthy-looking skin, lush lips, clear eyes, and healthy scalp. Other benefits of amla juice include:

  • Delayed ageing of skin.
  • Reduction of cholesterol levels
  • Improved digestion and immunity
  • Prevention of cancer

 Trivia

Amla juice is perfect to cool on a day when the sun scorches you down unapologetically. Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is derived from the Samkrit work Amalika. This fruit is highly regarded in Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine) due to its anti-oxidant properties and high amounts of vitamin C.

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