Aonla is a subtropical plant that grows best in a dry subtropical climate, but it may be grown in a variety of climates. Natural growing plants can be spotted on hills up to 1800 meters above sea level. The plants are vulnerable to frost in the winter. A mature aonla tree can withstand temperatures as low as 46°F.
- Aonla cultivation is not good for heavy frost during the winter season because it is a subtropical crop that prefers a dry subtropical climate.
- Growing in slightly acidic to saline/sodic soil with a pH of 6.5 to 9.5 is ideal.
- In a sunny area, they produce delicious fruits and crops well, and they flourish in a climate with 630-800 mm of yearly rainfall.
- Store in a pouch
- After the Barbados cherry, Aonla has the highest Vitamin C content (200-900mg)
- It functions as a natural conditioner for healthy, lustrous hair. It also helps to slow down the hair aging process.
- Amla enhances eyesight, boosts the immune system, and regulates blood sugar and cholesterol, in addition to providing a healthy and bright complexion.
- Improves the health of the kidneys.
- It has anti-platelet properties, which thins your blood and prevents regular blood clotting.
- It supports healthy digestion
- It keeps the liver healthy
Botanical Name: Phyllanthus emblica
Plant Type: Tree
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive foliage (leaves)
- Culinary Use