Herbal Photographs Of Amla fruits, Emblic Myrobalan or Emblica officinalis – The Great Ayurvedic Rejuvenative Herbal Remedy
Amalaki or Amla is a great adaptogenic and rejuvenating ayurvedic herbal remedy. Amla is reputed for having the greatest concentration of Vitamin C. Emblic myrobalan or Emblica officinalis are the other names of Amla.
Find more info about Amla tree and the pictures of ayurvedic remedy. Amla is one of the three components of Triphala or Myrobalans – one of the most used ayurvedic herbal remedies.
Habitat Of Amalaki Or Amla:
The tree of Amla is found in India commonly up to the height of 4500 feet from sea level.
Ayurvedic Varieties Of Amalaki:
Two varieties of Amla are famous in ayurvedic medicine. Both varieties are scientifically same and the chief difference lies in the size of Amla or myrobalan fruit.
- Vanya Or Forest Variety: The fruit of forest amla tree is small, hard, woody or fibrous.
- Gramya Or Found In Residential Or Country Region: The fruit of this amla tree is large, soft and succulent.
The Plant Of Amla or Emblic Myrobalan:
The tree of Amla is medium in size approximately 25 to 35 feet in height. The bark is grey, thin and is in layers.
The Leaves Of Amalaki:
The petiole of leaves is long. The leaves are small and oblong, like wings. New leaves appear in March and April month. (That is why the herb pictures that you see on this page are without leaves as it is February now.)
The Flowers Of Amla:
Small and yellow colored flowers appear in bunches. Flowering season is from February to May.
The Fruits Of Amalaki:
The Amla fruit is small and spherical with 0.5 to 1.0 inch diameter. Unripe Amla fruit is yellowish greenand turns little brownish when ripe. Six lines run on the external surface that goes down from surface to seed and divides the fruit into six segments. The fruition period is from October to April.
The Seed Of Amalaki:
One hexagonal seed is found inside the fruit of Amla.
THE AMALAKI TREE OR EMBLICA OFFICINALIS TREE WITH FRUITS OF AMLA
THE THREE TALL, SLENDER AMLA TREES WITHOUT LEAVES
THE BARK OF EMBLICA OFFICINALIS TREE
THE FRUIT OF AMLA TREE DROPPED AT THE GROUND
THE FRUITS OF THE EMBLICA OFFICINALIS – THE RICHEST SOURCE OF VITAMIN C
THE THREE TREES OF AMALAKI; SEE THE LEAVES HAVE STARTED TO APPEAR
MORE LEAVES AND LESSER FRUITS ON AMALAKI TREE