8 Replies to “Amla and triphala tested for metals”

  1. I use a teaspoon of Premium quality Triphala..which has more than double the antioxidant Amla of Amla powder..but a bit more expensive (2 pounds for 28$ from eBay, that would last you probably a year and half) and it's laboratorially tested for heavy metals using AAS, so it's contaminats free. In fact you could buy an Amla powder and it could have high heavy metals levels, it highly depends on the soil growing conditions ect..lot of factors that come into play, so you just can't say all Amla is HM-free, and all Triphala is contaminated.

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