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Amla fruit also known as Indian gooseberry comes from part of Asia. Amla is best known for its slimming properties.

It also improves digestion, cleanses the body of toxins, helps reduce coughs and alleviate asthama, strengthens the heart and eyes,

and also works against constipation and fever. in cosmetics, Amla oil improves the condition of hair and stimulates its growth.


Brahmi or Bacopa small-leaved is a plant found all overthe world in temprature and tropical climates.

It can be used against ulcers, cancerous tumors, ascites, splenamegaly, inflammation, leprosy, anemia, gastroenteritis.

It has an antidepressant effect, calms you down, make it easier to endure anxiety, improves memory and concentration.


The Triphala blend (Amalaki, Bibhitaki and Haritaki) comes from Ayurvedic medicine. The combination of these three fruits gives unique health-promoting properties.

It helps in combating gastrointestinal ailments, diarrhea, constipation, indigestion and heartburn, flatulence and gas, helps fight irratble bowel syndrome,

soothes ulcerative colitis.


chilli powder (quite naturally) refers to unadulterated ground chillies, similar to Cayenne powder. It is  powdered dried red chillies, most commonly the cayenne variety of chilli peppers but can be made of local varieties. In Indian recipes, when it asks for chilli powder, it definitely refers to unadulterated powdered chillies.


Cumin is an essential spice for Indian curries and chutneys. The spice also works well in a variety of rice dishes, stews, soups, breads, pickles, barbecue sauces, and chili con carne recipes. It is best to be conservative when cooking with cumin as its flavor can easily overtake a dish. You can always add more later.