Amla versus cancer cell growth

Amla versus cancer cell growth

Subscribe for free to Dr. Greger’s videos at bit.ly Donate at bit.ly DESCRIPTION: Indian gooseberries (amla), an important plant in Ayurvedic medicine, may have anti-cancer properties, as well as cough-, fever-, pain-, stress-, and diarrhea-suppressing effects. Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at nutritionfacts.org and I’ll try to answer it! Please feel free to post any ask-the-doctor type questions here in the comments section and I’d be happy to try to answer them. Be sure to check back for the other videos on amla (nutritionfacts.org and don’t miss all the videos on cancer (nutritionfacts.org And there are 1449 subjects (nutritionfacts.org covered in the rest of my videos–please feel free to explore them! Also, please check out my associated blog post nutritionfacts.org
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9 Responses to “Amla versus cancer cell growth”

  1. I figured that part out, but since I don’t live in India . . . Anyway, found it in bulk from Banyan Botanicals.

  2. Amla is known as Indian gooseberry and is a very common fruit in india.

  3. You can buy fresh Indian gooseberries (ask for Amla) and dried powder in Indian stores all over US. Best is to get a pound of fresh fruit, cut it and remove the seed and crush the fruit in a grinder or stone mortar. Add little salt (good preservative), little musturd sauce (for taste), and olive oil to the juicy mix and cure it for a couple of days (u can also add red chilli powder). U can use it as a bread spread everyday for a few weeks. Use it everyday for best results. Store in refrgrtr.

  4. It’d be wonderful if you could post it to this specific video on nutritionfacts. org. This way more people benefit from the response, and I can actually provide you with links (which I can’t do on Youtube). Thanks!

  5. I love Amla and have been using it for years now as part of my health maintenence routine. So much so that i named my store after this great berry. We sell Organic Amla Powder at amlaberry.co.uk

  6. It is sad that people would use this as a hair tonic….

  7. 20 times the vitamin C content of an orange and they have been curing cancer with C and real nutrition for year-thanks for sharing.

  8. Saw them today in local Indian Market-possibly. Dallas area

  9. Now, where does one find these magic berries?