Amla water for winter: - Eating 1 fermented amla daily in winter will make you look healthy and beautiful


Due to the weakness of the immune system during winter, some diseases surround us easily. That's why I eat 1 amla daily these days. It contains eight times more vitamin C than orange and about 17 times more antioxidants than pomegranate. That's why it is called a superfood. 

Amla boosts immunity, helps in reducing weight and is very good for hair and skin. It is said that if this fruit is eaten continuously in winter, then health remains healthy throughout the year. But many people do not like the taste of amla and completely ignore this seasonal gift of nature. 

For such people, today we have come up with a way to eat Amla in a new way. Ayurvedic expert Dr. DeekshaBhavsar has shared this information with fans through Instagram. She wrote in the caption, 'Amla is the secret of winter health. Want to know why I use it every day in winter? So let me inform you about its benefits.

Benefits of Amla

  • It helps balance my thyroid. 
  • Prevents hair fall. 
  • Prevents premature greying. 
  • Helps to relieve acidity, bloating or any other gastric problems.
  • Improves digestion. 
  • Also helps in reducing high sugar and cholesterol.
  • Is good for the heart. 
  • Vitamin C present in it improves immunity.
  • Helps in reducing and maintaining weight.
  • Good for the eyes.

And yes definitely amazing for the skin. It purifies the blood hence preventing skin ailments like pimples, dryness, rashes, redness etc.

Here comes the reason why I love amla the most- it has 5 flavors. It has all the other flavours - except salty. And since Ayurveda considers food to be balanced if it has all 6 tastes. And that's why I like fermented amla as it contains salt so it (with all 6 flavours) is a perfect combo for health.

So yes, Amla covers everything for me.

Ayurvedic properties of Amla

Let us know about its Ayurvedic properties:

  • Rasa: It is sour, along with all other tastes; Panch rasa, except lavana (brine).
  • Semen: Cool in potency.
  • Vipak (after digestive effect): Madhura

Acharya Charaka cited Amla as the best rejuvenating herb. Research has also proved that it has anti-ageing, anti-oxidant, anti-microbial, anti-emetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, hepatoprotective (good for the liver) and hypolipidemic (lowers cholesterol) properties There are

If you have any of these problems or just want to improve your skin, eyes, hair and immunity, then go ahead and eat amla daily this winter. The easiest way to consume amla is in fermented form.

How to ferment Amla?

Ingredients required-

  • Water - 1 glass 
  • Turmeric - 1 pinch 
  • Salt - 1/2 tsp 
  • Amla - 10

How to make-

  • First of all wash and clean the amla. 
  • Then make small incisions in it. 
  • Soak turmeric, salt and amla in water for 3-4 days. 
  • It is ready to eat.
  • Just take 1 fermented amla in a day and keep the trouble of cold at bay.


  • Avoid amla if you have joint pain or if amla does not suit you.

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