BareOrganics - Amla Powder (Indian Gooseberry), 8oz

BareOrganics - Amla Powder (Indian Gooseberry), 8oz
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BareOrganics - Amla Powder (Indian Gooseberry), 8oz

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Quick Description

Amla fruits, known as Indian gooseberries, are naturally rich in iron, antioxidants, and vitamin C, making Amla Powder a great way to support the immune system.

Key Information

  • USDA Certified Organic & Non-GMO
  • Keto, Paleo, and gluten-free friendly
  • Excellent natural source of antioxidants and iron
  • Reusable and recyclable container
  • High in vitamin C

Product Overview

BareOrganics Amla Powder is made from the small light green fruits that grow on the Amalaki tree, otherwise known as the Indian Gooseberry tree. No chemicals or pesticides are ever used on these trees, ensuring that the fruits are 100% organic.

For centuries this tree has been used in Ayurvedic medicine. The Amla berries are rich in naturally occurring iron which can help reduce tiredness, and in vitamin C which helps to support a healthy immune system. The antioxidants in Amla fruit are said to help improve memory by reducing free radicals in the body.

All BareOrganics containers are 100% recyclable and made of BPA-Free plastic that is safe to put in the microwave and on the top shelf of the dishwasher. With easy-peel labels, these pots are designed to be reused as convenient food containers.


100% organic Amla powder

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best way to eat amla powder?

BareOrganics Amla Powder has a sweet-sour, slightly bitter taste that is particularly good when combined with sweet foods. You can add this powder to hot water to make a tea and add agave syrup to taste, swirl it into smoothies, or sprinkle it over sweet fruits and granola as a tasty and healthy breakfast. It can also be added to curries, soups, and other savory dishes to add a sour, bitter tang.

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