Amla tea can be used in diabetes, PCOS, erectile dysfunction and low sperm count. This tea is beneficial in acne, pimple and also increase skin glow. Let us know how to make amla tea.
Amla Tea Ayurvedic Uses and Benefits
Amla is known for its immense medicinal properties. Ayurveda Acharyas Laud this herb as “Dhatri” which means the herb which nourishes the humans as mother nourishes a child. Amla is a very good fat burner and also acts as restorative herb. Amla is main ingredient in various rejuvenating and weight loss preparations. Amla is considered as best Vajikarana Herb. It is included in Moolika Ayurveda’s NILOBESE Ayurvedic Weight Loss Tea. This herb when used helps to control blood sugar and blood cholesterol level.
Amla Tea for Diabetes
This tea has to be sipped as health shot in early hours of the day for effective results. This can also be taken in evenings. Do not take this tea in empty stomach. Do not add any sweetening agents to this.
This tea provides lots of anti-oxidants which help to body tissues. It also helps in weight loss which further aids in controlling blood sugar level.
Amla is a rasayana herb. It increases shukra dhatu and helps to improve sexual function in men. Hence men with erectile dysfunction due to diabetes can use to improve their stamina and energy.
Amla Tea for Weight Loss
People who are on weight loss diet can use this. Adding other weight loss herbs like ginger, cinnamon, cardamom etc along with this further improves its medicinal properties. Drink this preferable before your morning walk or evening jog.
Amla Tea for PCOS
Since this tea helps in weight loss and also control blood sugar level, it invariably very convenient home remedy for PCOS. Apart from this it helps to control symptoms like hair loss, acne and dry skin which surface due to PCOS.
Amla Tea Recipe
Ingredients for amla tea
Water – 1 ¼ cup
Coarsely powdered dried amla or amalaki fruits – 1 tea spoon
Fresh Crushed ginger – ¼ tea spoon
Honey -1 tea spoon
How to Make Amla Tea
Boil water along with dried amla fruit and fresh ginger till the water reduces to 1 cup. Strain the water to remove boiled amla and ginger pieces. Allow this to cool a little. Add honey and sip the tea. People with diabetes have to avoid honey.
Another method is place dry amla fruits and ginger in a cup. Pour boiling water on it and cover the cup. Allow the herbs to steep. After a while discard the herbs and strain tea in a cup and add honey to this. Remember once again diabetics cannot use honey.
Always use fresh amla to make this tea. In case of non availability of fresh fruit use dry amla which is not older than 2 years. During amla seasons collect fresh juicy fruits and cut them into small pieces. Remove seeds. Sun dry these till fruit looses all its moisture content. Store this in an air tight jar. Use this as and when required.