Amla is the richest natural source of vitamin c alkaloids enzymes tannin. Amla is known for its adaptogenic properties immune support herbal supplement of the body. Amla also has natural bioflavonoids. It is the most used herb among all herbs in ayurvedic medicine system. Like gold is the most valuable in all minerals amla is in ayurvedic herbs. Amla also retains most of its vitamin content even in dried form. Amla is light green and yellow colour round in shape fruit. It is found normally in Indian subcontinent and it is also cultivated in India to use amla fruit to use in treatments as medicine. Amla herb is also used in many hair dyes shampoo detergents and laxative products apart from its herbal treatment uses. The Indian gooseberry has very high importance in ayurveda. In India it is believed since ancient times that amrit (heavenly nectar) contains all rasas and hence it can impart immortality when taken. In this way amla fruit stands next to amrit because it has all the five rasas. Amla fruit is also considered rasayan for pitta in ayurveda. The ancient book âcharaka samhitaâ mentions that in all the rasayans (rasayan means the ayurvedic formulation made for the positive effect on physiology) amla rasayana is the most nourishing and potent one. Charaka samhita also mentions that amla is the best rejuvenate herb among all. Charaka also said specially that amla is a great rasayana to help protecting people from diseases and prevents premature ageing.