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Honey Soaked Amla 350gm

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

We have combined two superfoods and bottled into one. The honey takes out the bitterness from the amla and makes it extremely delicious. 

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Apart from your taste buds, your body as a whole will thank you for this superfood. 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.
It’s not often that we come across a food that is tasty & healthy at the same time, this is one such rare find.

Interesting Fact: A tiny piece of amla has as much vitamin C as two full oranges.

How can you use it?

Just as it is. A great way for kids to have this bitter fruit. The honey takes out the bitterness from the Amla and makes it a super tasty treat.

Amla in honey concoction helps reduce weight, flushes toxins out & overall improves the immune system.


When the bitterness leaves Amla only the sweetness and mild sourness remains in this jar.

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Very Good

Avnish P.
India India
Good is good

Taste of honey and amla was very hearty and natural. Amla can be opted for bit smaller size.

Balaji T.
India India
Pure Raw Honey


India India

Amazin...beyond my expectation. Keep it up guys. Lots of love.

Meena K.
India India
A great healthy start to the day

A wonderful product. Amla in honey was great Aala! Amla in syrup...or murabba as its called in North india is a regular we've grown up on. The only thing i can think is its a bit too much for one person. Maybe if its cut it'd be more convenient to eat.