Chewing a piece of dried amla or amla...
Chewing a piece of dried amla or amla supari can help you get rid of indigestion and nausea.
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Chewing a piece of dried amla or amla supari can help you get rid of indigestion and nausea. Avala Supari is a mouth freshner and good for health to. Avala is highly potent form of vitamin c and contains and contain much more vitamin c than is found in oranges. It is high in antioxident. It is good for digestion, also providing an astringent and clean feeling in the mouth. Ayurveda is recommended avala for good health.
Six reasons why you need to eat amla supari
Nausea during pregnancy: Nausea during pregnancy is very common. And the best way to deal with it is to put a piece of dried amla or supari in your mouth and slowly swallow its juice every time you experience nausea.
Digestion: Had a heavy meal and having a trouble dealing with indigestion? Well, instead of popping a pill, chew two – three pieces of amla supari to help you beat indigestion. Amla speeds up the process of digestion by aiding in the release of gastric juices.
Heartburn: Eating too spicy food can cause heartburn or acidity. If you are finding it hard to deal with heartburn, then eat amla supari after your meals. It not only aids in digestion but also helps you to prevent nausea or vomiting due to indigestion.
Stomach ache: Amla supari is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, which reduce the toxic load on the stomach, thereby providing quick relief from stomach pain. Moreover, the presence of anti-inflammatory compounds also helps you to prevent abdominal pain and other symptoms leading to indigestion/acidity.
Mouth freshener: Do you suffer from bad breath? Try chewing a piece of dried amla. The presence of anti-inflammatory compounds fights the inflammation causing bacteria, thereby providing a refreshing experience. And unlike regular supari, amla supari doesn’t lead to teeth stain.
Immunity: Amla is rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant, which plays a key role in boosting your immunity. Moreover, regular consumption of sun-dried amla can prevent flu and cold in kids, thereby lowering the risk of infections.