Increasing levels of pollution promote the growth of free radicals in the body, causing the host of disease, including degenerative ones. Free radicals also promote premature ageing. To counter these harmful effects, the body needs antioxidants - substances that effectively combat the ill- effects of free radicals. The Amla is a rich source of vitamin C and other natural antioxidants, including essential minerals.
This booklet outlines all the preventive, curative and restorative properties of Amla. All parts of herb play a crucial role in boosting the body's immunity. The Amla fruit a popular ingredient in many healthcare products and tonics, particularly because it has no known adverse side-effects. So if you wish to get rid of premature wrinkles and add a spring to your step, the Amla is just a herb for you.
About the Author:
Saroj Joshi Manohar has had a distinguished career in the field of pharmacy education. After qualifying from Andhra University in 1962, she began researching medicinal plants.
Ms Manohar established the Pharmacy Department at Kamala Nehru Girls Polytechnic in Hyderabad. She was also appointed a member of the second Andhra Pradesh Pharmacy Council. Thereafter, she joined the college of Pharmacy, New Delhi and taught Pharmacognosy. Ms Manohar retired recently from the college of Pharmacy, New Delhi.
Item Code: IDF174 Author: Saroj Joshi Manohar Cover: Paperback Edition: 2003 Publisher: Unicorn Books Pvt. Ltd. ISBN: 817806037X Language: English Size: 8.4" X 5.4" Pages: 32 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 63 gms