Found some wild goosberries.
Amla acts as a diuretic agent, thereby enhancing food absorption, balancing stomach acids, fortifying the liver, and nourishing the brain and mental functioning. It also strengthens the lungs, enhances fertility, helps the urinary system, improves skin quality, and promotes healthier hair. This fruit acts as a body coolant, flushes out toxins, increases vitality, aids in vision care, and improves muscle tone.
What is Indian Gooseberry (Amla)? Indian gooseberry or amla (Emblicaofficinalis or Phyllanthus emblica)is an extremely sour, nutritious fruit of a tree which grows in India, the Middle East, and a few other Southeast Asian countries. It is known as Amla in India and Amalaki in Sanskrit. Due to its powerful antioxidant properties, it is often used as in Ayurvedic medicines to boost skin and hair health, and also overall immunity of the body. It belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. This fruit ripens in the autumn in wet forests and hilly areas of the Indian subcontinent and the tree is considered sacred in India.
The fruit is light green in color and can be quite tart and fibrous to eat. In India, it is eaten with salt and chilly powder or made into a pickle or sugared candy. Amla tea and dried amla are also consumed by many for its powerful nutritional benefits.