Saberry Amla

by Sfera


Amla fruits are regarded as an adaptogen, the term ‘adaptogen’ is used by herbalists to refer to a natural product that potentially increases the body’s resistance to stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue.


Amla, also known as Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry, is known for its ability to rejuvenate the body or enable the body’s maximum potential, consistent with its classification as a “rasayana” herb in the Ayurvedic tradition. Some benefits include:

- 100% natural source of food-based Vitamin C

- Provides antioxidant protection

- Supports healthy digestion

- Helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels

- Supports healthy immune response

- Supports liver detoxification and liver health

- Helps fight free radical damage

- Supports healthy aging


One capsule provides: Saberry Amla 400mg.


​Amla may lower blood sugar levels. Caution is advised in patients with diabetes (high blood sugar) and hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar). Amla may lower blood pressure levels. Amla can be taken whilst breastfeeding, under advice of a healthcare practitioner.


As a food supplement take 2 capsules daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional. 30 servings per container

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Dairy Free
  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Lactose Free
  • Soy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Suitable For Vegetarians
  • Wheat Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Alcohol Free
  • GE/GMO Free Ingredients

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