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Amla in 3 inch nursery bag

Amla in 3 inch nursery bag

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Amla, or Phyllanthus embolic, is frequently referred to as Indian gooseberry Small, spherical, yellowish-green berries are found on amla trees. Because of the significant medicinal qualities of the berries, they are commonly employed in pharmaceutical compositions. The amla is referred to by various names in classical Ayurveda, including sour, nurse, immortality, and mother.

Amla has five distinct flavors: pungent, acidic, sweet, bitter, and sour. In addition to this, it promotes greater physical and mental wellness. This is the basis for its “Divyaushadhi” designation as a divine remedy. In Sanskrit, amla is referred to as “Amalaki”, which translates to “nectar of life.”

Amla tree: Quick facts 

Botanical name Phyllanthus embolic
Kingdom Plantae
Order Malpighiales
Family Phyllanthaceae
Genus Phyllanthus
Varieties available 9 varieties
Also known as Indian gooseberry, Embolic, Amlika, Anola, etc.
Height 8 to 18 meters
Climate Tropical environment
Sun exposure Full sun
Ideal temperature 46 – 48 degrees Celsius
Soil type Well-drained, loamy to light heavy soil
Soil pH 6.5 to 9.5
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