Frequently Asked Questions Related to Amla Pickle
Qs.1: How to make amla pickle Punjabi style?
- Take raw Amla, boil water and then add amla to it. Let it be in boiling water for 3-4 minutes
- Make spice mix, by roasting fenugreek, fennel seeds and mustard, dry red chillies. Blend them coarsely in a blender.
- Now take the amla in a bowl. Add in the spice mix, salt and mix well with cold pressed mustard oil. And put it in sun for it sun-dry. Store this in sterilized dry jar.
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Qs.2: Is home preparation for Amla pickle any different from yours?
Ans.: No, we make pickles just the way they are made at home
Qs.3:What are the health benefits of amla?
Ans.: Adding amla to your daily diet is a great way to get maximum benefits. Amla helps to improve immunity, aids in weight management, prevent viral infections, is a natural blood purifier, relieves pain, etc.
Qs.4: Can I eat Amla in all seasons?
Ans.: Amla is most widely accessible throughout the winter. At “The Little Farm” we make amla pickle which can be eaten in all seasons, as we use natural methods of preserving fruits and vegetables. We use the fruit to make the pickle in the season and rest we store our fruits and vegetables through natural methods for the off season and process it when required.
Qs.5: How much Amla to eat everyday?
Ans.: It is usually recommended to eat about 1-2 Amla per day or you can take as per your taste as well. It can be either eaten raw or in the form of pickle.
Qs.6: Is amla safe to consume during pregnancy?
Ans.: Sufficient intake of amla during pregnancy is absolutely safe for pregnant women. The intake of amla during pregnancy provides folic acid and it aids in curing nausea and hormonal imbalances. Whereas vitamin C is a great nutrient for boosting the immunity of pregnant women. And vitamin B is essential for the healthy growth of a baby’s muscles, bones, and nerves.
Qs.7: Can amla be consumed by people with diabetes?
Ans.: Most health experts suggest eating amla or Indian gooseberries to manage blood sugar levels. Amla is known for its immunity-boosting properties and is known to be a great remedy for diabetes.
Qs.8: How does amla help in boosting immunity?
Ans.: Amla is the richest known natural source of Vitamin C, which is known to have excellent immunity boosting and antioxidant properties. Consuming vitamin C regularly is associated with better performance of macrophages and other cells of the immune system.
Qs.9: Is amla good for digestive health?
Ans.: Amla helps improve digestion and relieve acidity.Ayurveda strongly recommends starting your meal with recipe made from amla as it helps in detoxifying and flushing out the wastes.
Qs.10: How does amla help in managing heart health?
Ans.: Multiple studies suggest that amla juice may improve several aspects of heart health. In one study, consuming 500 mg of amla extract twice daily for 12 weeks reduced triglyceride, total cholesterol, and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels in 98 people with abnormal blood lipid levels
Qs.11: What are the side effects of consuming amla?
Ans.: Amla is acidic in nature because it contains a high amount of vitamin C. However, Amla is often prescribed for detoxification purposes, but it might trigger hyperacidity. You should avoid eating this fruit if you have any case history of sensitivity to vitamin C foods or hyperacidity.
Qs.12: How to incorporate amla into one's diet?
Ans.: One can consume it raw, in pickled form, as a dried powder, or as homemade sweet berry concoctions that are extremely beneficial for health. It can be consumed as a raw drink, along with jaggery, as murabba, or in the form of dips and pickles.
Qs.13: Can amla pickle be stored for a long time?
Ans.: Yes, Amla Pickle can be stored for a long time. At “The Little Farm” we handcraft the pickle in the traditional way without any preservative that keeps good for a year.
Qs.14: Is amla pickle good for weight loss?
Ans.: Amla pickle, improves digestion, protects your liver due to its hepatoprotective properties, aids in weight loss, good for pregnant women, it is rich in vitamin K- which promotes bone health, and also reduces ulcers.