|Botanical Name(s)||Emblica Officinalis|
|Species||Phyllanthus emblica L.|
|Popular Name(s)||Phyllanthus Emblica, Emblica, Amla|
|Habitat||Northern and South Western India|
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The bark of Indian gooseberry, also known as amla, is gray in colour and peals in irregular patches. Its feathery leaves, which smell like lemon, are of linear oblong shape and size 10 to 12 mm in length and 3 to 6 mm in width. The flowers of this herb are monoecious, having greenish-yellow colour. They grow in auxiliary clusters and start appearing at the beginning of spring season. The fruit is almost spherical in shape, light-greenish yellow in colour and appears to be very hard. Its taste is sour and bitter.
Plant chemicals :
The active ingredient that has significant pharma-cological action in the plant has been designated 'phyllemblin' by the scientists in India. The other ingredients contained in the herb are gallic acid, tannins, pectin, and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C).
Uses & Benefits of Indian Gooseberry :