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Improve Your Health With Zrii, The Original Amalaki

By Megan Park

At some point everyone wakes up to find they aren’t getting any younger. As hard as it is to admit I, too, am recently discovering the aging process. In an effort to maintain the healthiest lifestyle possible I started to research health drinks. I wanted to ensure I’m getting all the vitamins and minerals I need for optimal health. During this research I found a new nutritional drink: Zrii, the original amalaki fruit juice.

Amalaki is an asian frui, also known as the Indian gooseberry. In Sanskrit, amalaki is the sustainer or the fruit of the goddess. The fruit is a round, green, plump fruit, no bigger than a lemon. The fruit is known in Ayurvedic medicine as one of the best rejuvenating and powerful substances used to sustain good health. For thousands of years, Ayurvedic has used amalaki fruit to treat a number of diseases. This fruit assists maintain strong bones”acting as a whole-body .

Zrii harvests their amalaki fruit at the base of the Himalayan Mountains”one of the world’s cleanest environments. This particular fruit remains free of contaminant and ailments that so many other fruit harvesters face.

To maintain high levels of the fruit’s nutritional worth, Zrii uses handpicked berries that are then immediately cold pressed. Immediately following the pressing process, the fruit is vacuum-dried”creating a pure and concentrated outcome.

After the fruit is packed in airtight containers, it is shipped to the U.S. for the next careful manufacturing procedure. Once it reaches the states, the amalaki is mixed with seven other key ingredients to help increase the health benefits of the finished product. This mixture is then blended with pomegranate, pear and grape juice to help correspond the level of alkaline and antioxidant, ultimately stimulating the consumer’s metabolism.

As many of you might, after I learned that these medicinal botanicals are combined with fruit juices, I began to question the integrity of Zrii’s product. But, after more research, I realized there was no need for my concern. Although some of these fruit juices (i.e. the pear, pomegranate and grape) are pasteurized, it is a very advanced pasteurization process that quickly heats the liquid to kill the possibility of microbes”still preserving the active botanicals. Also, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Zrii juice doesn’t contain manufactured preservatives but rather relies on the natural preservatives found in tulsi, amalaki and turmeric to help prolong the product’s shelf life.

I’m constantly concerned with the possible negative effects on third-world countries to use outside resources. I was pleased to find that Zrii remains mindful of the welfare of the Indian people and their country. Zrii employs the locals in Northern India to harvest their fruit. While benefiting the well being of the community by providing employment and business, Zrii harvests the fruit in a way that does not diminish the life of the tree.

When amalaki is combined with natural botanicals including, ginger, turmeric, schizandra, jujube and haritaki, consumers have a juice that promotes cellular rejuvenation, enhances immunity, improves digestion, and lowers cholesterol. With these many benefits, drinkers will surely notice improvements in their health.

Understand additional info about how Zrii and Zrii products can help you achieve optimal health.

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Park, Megan "Improve Your Health With Zrii, The Original Amalaki." Improve Your Health With Zrii, The Original Amalaki. 25 Jun. 2010. 15 Nov 2014 <>.

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