Fushi - Amla Juice, Fresh Pressed, 500mlBrand - Fushi
With over 1kg of amla berries packed into every bottle, Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice is bursting with wellness-boosting vitamin C and powerful antioxidants.
- 100% raw cold-pressed amla juice
- Made from biodynamically grown amla berries sourced from Gujarat, India
- Great source of vitamin C & antioxidants
- For immune support & all-round wellness
- Naturally preserved, with no added water, sugar or flavourings
Cold-pressed, raw and unpasteurised, Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice is full of natural goodness, straight from mother nature. Made with 100% pure amla berries, this daily elixir is packed with immune boosting vitamin C & antioxidants.
Each 30ml serving of Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice contains 180mg of vitamin C - that’s 225% of your daily recommended intake! Regularly enjoying this refreshing vitamin powerhouse may help boost your immunity, support collagen production and promote healthy skin and hair.
Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice is made with biodynamically grown amla berries, ethically sourced from Gujarat, India. It is naturally preserved and contains no added water, sugar, sweeteners or artificial flavourings or colourings.
How to Use
Drink 30ml of Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice mixed with half a glass of water twice a day before meals.
Shake well before use and store in the refrigerator once opened. Use within 4 weeks.
99.7% Pure Fresh Pressed Amla Juice -Indian Gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), Potassium Sorbate (from berries of mountain ash), Sodium Benzoate (from apples).
Frequently asked questions
What actually are the amla berries used to make Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice?
Amla berries are, of course, the hero ingredient in Fushi Fresh Pressed Amla Juice. But what actually are they?! Amla berries, also known as Indian gooseberries, are cultivated across India and its neighbouring countries. They grow on a flowering tree and are a light greenish-yellow colour, similar to gooseberries.
Amla berries have been used in Ayurvedic herbal remedies for thousands of years and are now gaining popularity in the west. And it’s no wonder - 100g of these tart little superfruits contains as much vitamin C as 20 oranges!