PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT - Organic Amla Powder

Organic Amla Powder
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100 grams Certified Organic Amla powder for hair. Emblica officinalis is an organic powder derived from the amla plant, to help tone down red tones for natural hair dye when mixed with henna, and as a skin and hair conditioner. 2018 harvest from India. 

  • 100 grams
  • Certified organic
  • 2018 crop
  • Vacuum packaging
  • Expires December 2020
  • Use for natural hair dye
  • Finely sifted for facial applications

Our Organic Amla powder is from the Rajasthan region of India. The amla crop is from the 2018 harvest (2019 harvest will be available in October). Our organic amla powder is best used with henna and indigo for natural hair dye, or by itself for conditioning and exfoliant treatments. Please keep in mind, amla DOES NOT have a dye in it and CANNOT dye your hair. Your order includes instructions on use for natural hair dye. 

Each packet is vacuum packed in a clear bag, then sealed with a foil bag on the outside. This prevents the amla from being exposed to too much light and air. You should store the amla powder in a cool, dark place, like a closet or medicine cabinet. Contrary to modern belief, DRY amla or other herbal powders should NOT be stored in the fridge or freezer, as it increases exposure to moisture and the chance of freezer burns. 

Our organic amla powder is recommended for multiple uses. 

Natural Hair Dye: Organic amla powder that is finely ground, making it the perfect choice for using this powder for natural hair dye. Fresh amla powder that is finely ground means the powder does not contain twigs, sticks, or leaves. We recommend that you gently sift the amla powder before mixing in order to break up clumps of amla due to vacuum seal. You should use amla by itself or with henna to Naturally Dye your Hair, by toning down the redness of the henna. Please remember, amla CANNOT help dye the hair--it will only help tone down the redness of henna dye in your hair. It can also be used as an added conditioner in your natural hair care treatment, or by itself as a conditioner for the hair, or a natural facial and body exfoliant. 

Our organic amla powder will help condition your hair, and help you tone down the red tones of henna when used for natural hair dye. Mix the powder with warm water, then mix it with your other natural hair dye pastes. Apply the mixture to your hair and leave it in your hair for 4-8 hours or overnight. Organic amla powder used in conjunction with henna is a safe, natural and organic alternative to chemical hair dyes. More information on natural hair dye can be found here: Naturally Dye your Hair

Full instructions, recipes and details can be found here:


  • 50 grams for touch ups or root applications
  • 100 g for short hair
  • 200 g for collar length straight hair
  • 300 g for shoulder length straight hair
  • 500 g for waist length hair

Conditioner:   Organic amla powder can be used as a natural conditioner for the hair. It helps volumize the hair, boost curls and waves, and generally tame and protect the hair. As a conditioner, amla should be mixed with warm water, then applied to the hair. The paste should be left on for about 30 minutes before being washed out. 


  • 50 grams for touch ups or root applications
  • 100 g for short hair
  • 200 g for collar length straight hair
  • 300 g for shoulder length straight hair
  • 500 g for waist length hair

Facial Treatment: Amla powder is a traditional facial treatment in India. It’s exfoliating and antioxidant properties make it the go-to treatment for a quick facial treatment. For facial treatments, mix the amla powder with warm water and gently apply it to your skin. Leave the paste on your skin for 15-30 minutes, and then wash it off gently with warm water. Amla can also be mixed with yougurt, honey, rose water, avocado, or egg whites to enhance the facial treatment. 

1-2 tablespoons

Amla is the dried and powdered Indian Gooseberry. It’s multiple uses make this herb an important stock item for an organic and natural lifestyle. Amla contains lots of antioxidants, such as emblicanin A and B, phyllantine, phyllantidine, quercetin, kaempferol, gallic acid, and ellagic acid. Amla also contains a high concentration of minerals, amino acids, as well as strong immunity boosting properties. Amla is also the richest source of vitamin C. Amla helps promote hair growth, protects ad conditions the hair, promotes scalp circulations and promote healthy new hair growth.