Amla Panch Tulsi is processed using various ingredients in accurate composition that further ensures its effectiveness and longer shelf life. Owing to the rich contents, this juice help in rejuvenating the body.

it is very useful for flu,cold, cough, blood pressure, he petites , head pain and more diseases .tulsi is known for its rich properties .it is also use for multipurpose.


Amla Panch Tulsi Juice

Gooseberry known as Amla is among the healthiest food due to its high nutrient content. It is rich source of antioxidants, iron, vitamin A, C, fiber, potassium, magnesium, calcium, etc. So it highly proves beneficial to health. It is effective to prevent cancer or tumor cell growth. It improves eye health, improves hair luster, skin, anemia, etc.
Amla is major ingrdients in most ayurvedic products especially the chyavanprash and triphala churan, Amla is a potent fruit known for promoting health and longevity.

Tulsi or Ocimum sanctum is an annual plant which is generally found in the Indian sub-continent. It is regarded as one of the most sacred plants in India and is found in many Indian households. Almost all parts of tulsi plant can be consumed which includes leaves, flowers, seeds and bark. While there are many therapeutic benefits attributed to tulsi, some of the major benefits include those of a digestion aid and immune booster.


History Of Amla Panch Tulsi

History of Amla

Amla has an interesting history in India as a health and beauty aid. It is called the nurse (Dhatri) and the sustainer (Amalaki). One of the reasons it is revered is because it contains five of the six rashas or tastes (bitter, pungent, sweet, astringent and sour)—the only taste it is missing is salty. This is important because a balanced meal should contain the six tastes to cultivate wellness.

Amla is a natural ingredient good for the pitta dosha (constitution type), amla also reduces hair loss and prevents premature graying. Pitta is one of the three doshas the others being vata and kapha. Doshas can roughly be described as body, mind and spirit types. The pitta dosha lives in the small intestine, stomach, sweat, blood, plasma and sebum. Amla is good for pitta dosha because it is cooling while the natural inclination of a pitta dosha is to be hot.

History of Tulsi

According to ancient Indian legend, the plant came into being as an incarnation of the Hindu goddess Tulsi. In her botanical form she is the favoured herb of the gods Vishnu, Krishna and Ram, as well as being greatly revered by Brahma and Shiva.
Tulsi is thought to open the heart and mind, and bestow love, compassion, faith and devotion. The plant is widely incorporated in religious rituals and auspicious ceremonies throughout the subcontinent, and is carefully grown and worshipped by traditional Hindu families today.
Medical, religious and culinary use of Tulsi has also been documented for centuries in China and the rest of Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Australia.

Benefits Of Amla Panch Tulsi Juice

  • Cures fever
  • Protect the heart
  • Heal stress
  • Prevent diabites
  • Helps disolve kidney stones
  • Helps cure cancer
  • Helpful quitiing tobacco use
  • Natural blood purifier
  • Protects hair fall
  • Improves memory capabilities
  • Good for eyes
  • Energy booster


Amla is a fruit of subtropical region with district winter and summer. Soon after fruit set in spring, the Fruits remain dormant through summer without any growth thus makes it highly suitable crop for arid zone. Grows well in sandy loam to clay soils. It has great tolerance to salinity and sodicity and cultivated in pH range of 6.0 to 8.0 successfully. However production shall be highly benefitted in deep and fertile soils.
Grafts are planted in the beginning of monsoon in June-July. Spacing of 8 to 10 m both ways is recommended. Pits of 1 Cubic m are dug and allowed to weather in summer for a fortnight. Each pit is filled with 3 to 4 baskets of fYM mixed with dug soil. After first rain the plants are planted in the centre of the pit and staked properly.
Amla tree does not require regular pruning. However pruning in early years for gaining proper shape and development of strong frame is necessary for which tree is trained to single stem upto the height of about 1m and primary branches can be allowed at regular space all around the trunk.

Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum), also known as holy basil, is a species of basil used in Hindu religious ceremonies. The plants grow 2 to 3 feet tall, have furry gray-green leaves and bloom in the summer, producing spikes of small pink flowers. Tulsi plants are highly frost-sensitive.
Tulsi prefers full sun, rich soil, and plenty of water.

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