Doctor's Ayurvedic Advice:-
Amalaki is called as amalaki rasayana dravya where rasayana means ‘rejuvenating and revitalizing’.
It is very useful in Eye disorder and rejuvenation. It is used in Cataract & Glaucoma and in other eye problems. Ayurveda describes amalaki as the mother of all the herbs for all the human health ailments, right from the diabetes to acidity and indigestion and disease like cancer.
Regular use of Divya Amlaki Rasayan makes your eyes Healthy till the end of life. Best Eye tonic.
Each 5.00 gm contains :
Awala choorna (Emblica officinalis) Processed with Amla Juice.
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posted by YogaGuru
on 8 March 2010 10:30
asked by Basil
on 10 February 2011 16:47
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