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Amla beinga Food source is considered safe for consumption during pregnancy. However, it is always advisable to consult a doctor before including it in your diet.
Yes, Amla has been used in traditional medicine to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. It is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which can help improve scalp health and stimulate hair growth. Amla oil is also commonly used as a hair treatment to nourish and strengthen hair follicles.
There is no specific recommended daily intake for Amla, but consuming more than 2000 mg is not advisable. It is always best to consult with a healthcare professional before adding any new supplements or foods to your diet. For some individuals, 1000 mg of AMLA will be more than enough per day. That would mean the servings can stretch over twice as many months.
Plant Based Vitamin C / Amla is generally safe for most people to consume. However, individuals who are allergic to Amla or have a history of kidney stones should avoid consuming it. Additionally, pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult with a healthcare professional before consuming Amla supplements.
Pant Based Vitamin C has been shown to have hypoglycemic effects, which can help lower blood sugar levels and Improve insulin sensitivity. It may also help reduce the risk of complications associated with diabetes. However, more research is needed to fully understand the effects of Amla on diabetes.
The shelf life of this product is a minimum of two years from point of manufacture and the expiry date can be found printed on the side of the pouch.
Seeing that it is an organic product, made solely by plant extract, it may take a few weeks for you to notice the benefits and we recommend using the products long term to reap the most out of them. Each person's body chemistry is different and this is why our supplement might not have the same effects on everyone and the duration to experience the benefits might differ.