In Sanskrit, Bhumi Amla (Phyllanthus niruri) is also known as 'Dukong anak' and 'Bhumi Amalaki.'
The entire plant has a variety of therapeutic benefits.

Because of its hepatoprotective, antioxidant, and antiviral properties, Bhumi Amla aids in the management of liver problems and reverses any liver damage.
It also aids in the prevention of ulcers by lowering gastric acid production and preserving the stomach lining from damage caused by excess gastric acid.
Because of its diuretic properties, Bhumi Amla may help lessen the risk of kidney stone formation.
It accomplishes this by facilitating the elimination of salts (mostly oxalate crystals) that contribute to the formation of kidney stones.

Because of its pitta balancing properties, Ayurveda considers Bhumi Amla to be beneficial for indigestion and acidity.
It may also be good to diabetics due to its tikta (bitter) quality, which aids in blood sugar management.

Because of its blood purifying properties, taking 1-2 tablets or capsules of Bhumi Amla twice a day aids in the treatment of skin diseases.
Taking Bhumi Amla powder with water may also help prevent hair loss and encourage hair regrowth.

1. Liver disease

Bhumi Amla powder is an excellent herb for treating liver disorders such as edoema, jaundice, and poor liver function.
Because of its Rasayana (rejuvinating) and Pitta balancing characteristics, Bhumi Amla not only aids in liver purification but also in nutrition.

2. Acidity and Indigestion

It reduces indigestion and acidity due to its Pitta balancing characteristics, which aid in digestion, and Sita (cold) potency, which aids in acidity reduction.

3. A high blood sugar level

Because of its Tikta (bitter) and Kashaya (astringent) rasa characteristics, Bhumi Amla helps to boost metabolism and reduce high sugar levels in the blood.

4. Bleeding condition

It is beneficial in reducing nose bleeding and heavy menstrual bleeding due to its Sita (cool) potency and Kashaya (astringent) quality, which aids in balancing Pitta and controlling excessive blood flow.

5. Dermatitis

When eaten internally, it functions as a blood purifier and decreases skin diseases due to its Tikta (bitter) Rasa and Pitta balancing properties.

6. Cold and cough

Bhumi Amla has the ability to balance Kapha, which decreases cough, asthma, shortness of breath, and hiccups.

7. Fever

Bhumi Amla also decreases fever (associated with typhoid infection) because to its Tikta (bitter) and Pitta balancing characteristics, which aid in metabolism and toxin removal.

How to Prepare Bhumi Amla powder

1. Amla Bhumi Juice

a. Combine 2-4 teaspoons Bhumi Amla with 1 glass water.

b. Take it once a day before breakfast.

2. Bhumi Amla Churna

a. Take 1/4 to 1/2 Bhumi Amla Churna.

b. Add honey or water to taste.

b. Eat it twice a day, after lunch and dinner.

3. Capsule of Bhumi Amla

After lunch and dinner, take 1-2 Bhumi Amla capsules with water.

4. Tablet of Bhumi Amla

After lunch and dinner, take 1-2 Bhumi Amla Tablets with water.