Garlic contains an antibiotic called allium, which is beneficial in the prevention of many diseases. By eating garlic regularly, there is no disease of low or high blood pressure. If five buds of garlic are eaten regularly, then there is less chance of heart related diseases. Grind it and apply it on the skin, it reduces the burning sensation caused by the bites or stings of poisonous insects.
Amla is a treasure of qualities
Amla is considered a treasure trove of properties in Ayurveda. Amla contains vitamin equal to three oranges.
Strength to Liver: Liver gets power from gooseberry. Due to which it removes the toxic substances from the body.
Strengthening the Digestive System: It keeps the digestive system and kidneys healthy and reduces the pain of arthritis.
Benefits in kidney stone: Eating its powder with radish is beneficial in urinary stones.
One Arthritis is cured by taking 25 grams dry gooseberry finely ground and 25 grams jaggery mixed with glass of water twice a day for 40 days.
dried Amla provides relief in dental diseases and regular consumption also gives health benefits.
gooseberry Mixing a little camphor in its juice and applying it on the gums provides relief in toothache.
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