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Re: Amla


 I was looking around and found it was really hard to find amla locally (I live in Vancouver, Canada). Anyway, based on its origin, I went to Little India in search of it and found it in the spice section. It's very cheap. I think I paid $2.50 for a good sized bag of amla powder.

That is a very good price.

They use it in India for cooking too!

It is also used as a hair tonic, usually infused in oil for topical application:

http://www.ehow.com/how_5383723_grow-hair-amla-oil.html

 

 
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