indian gooseberry is a tree that grows in india, the center east, and a few southeast asian international locations. indian gooseberry has been utilized in ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. today people nonetheless use the fruit of the tree to make medicinal drug.
indian gooseberry is taken by way of mouth for high cholesterol, "hardening of the arteries" (atherosclerosis), diabetes, ache and swelling of the pancreas (pancreatitis), cancer, disappointed belly, eye issues, joint pain, diarrhea, bloody diarrhea (dysentery), osteoarthritis, obesity, and "organ restoration." it's also used to kill germs and reduce ache and swelling because of the body's reaction to damage or contamination (inflammation).
other names is indian gooseberry recognised via:
aamalaki, amalaki, amblabaum, amla, amla berry, aonla, aovla, arbre de malacca, arbre myrobolan, dhatriphala, emblic, emblica, emblica officinalis, emblic myrobalan, groseille à maquereau indienne, groseille indienne, groseillier de ceylan, grosella de la india, indian-gooseberry, mirobalano, myrobalan emblic, mirobalanus embilica, neli, phyllanthus emblica, yu gan zi.
insufficient evidence to fee effectiveness for:
excessive ldl cholesterol. early research suggests that taking indian gooseberry for 4 weeks decreases low-density lipoprotein (ldl, or "bad") cholesterol in humans with high cholesterol.
osteoarthritis. studies indicates that taking two drugs of an ayurvedic formulation containing indian gooseberry and several other substances 3 times daily for twenty-four weeks is as useful as taking glucosamine sulfate or the drug celecoxib for decreasing pain in people with knee osteoarthritis.
hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis).
swelling of the pancreas.
bloody diarrhea (dysentery).