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Honey and Spice ™ Amla in Honey

23 reviews   |  

Nett Weight: 350gms

The Indian gooseberry popularly known as Amla in the north and nellikkai in the south is one of nature's nutrient rich superfoods. This bitter fruit is called Amalaki in sanskrit which means the sustainer.

This jar of Amla in Honey is so tasty, it will be loved by everyone from young children to old parents. The honey takes out the bitterness from the Amla and makes it a super tasty treat.

Apart from your taste buds, your body as a whole will thank you for this super food. To name a few benefits of Amla, it has hepatoprotective properties which means it protects your liver from toxins. Amla is also a rich source of Vitamin C which is much needed for immunity. In fact a tiny piece of Amla has as much vitamin C as two full oranges.

It’s not often that we come across a food that is tasty and healthy at the same time, this is one such rare find and we are pleased to bring it to our customers.

P.S. Honey should not be fed to babies below one year of age as they cannot digest it.  


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4.7 Based on 23 Reviews
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AA
03/21/2020
Ashwani A.
India India
Tasty, pure

It's really nice and tasty , though the cost is prohibitive. At this cost it's hard to repeat the order.

A
12/30/2019
Anonymous
India India
Amla in honey

Very nice product

SC
08/14/2019
Suman C.
India India
Good packaging. Taste is good. Looks good.

Taste is good. Delivery needs to improve a lot.

NP
07/12/2019
N P.
India India
Nice and tasty. True honey

Nice and tasty. True honey

A
07/11/2019
Anonymous
India India
Honey and Amla

It was yummy! only there wasn’t enough honey as there were too many amlas, which was fine too. Best wishes