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Ancient Sunrise® Amla


Ancient Sunrise® Amla is powdered, dried fruit of the pyllanthus emblica tree. Amla can make henna and indigo paste dye your hair a cooler brunette.

Mix 25 grams of Ancient Sunrise® Amla powder per 100 grams of Ancient Sunrise® henna/cassia powder, then stir in enough distilled until the paste is the desired consistency.

Amla paste is also an excellent exfoliating, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial astringent scrub for your face! It does not have the alcohol and chemicals found in commercial facial scrubs. Amla has high levels of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) that break up the top layer of dead skin cells, and bits of amla seed, which gently exfoliate the skin. Mix a spoonful of amla powder and enough water to make a paste about the consistency of yogurt. Let that sit for 15 minutes. Massage your skin with the paste, and wash the paste off after a minute.

Several of our clients have used Ancient Sunrise® Amla daily on their skin to end acne outbreaks, to reduce the frequency of acne outbreaks, and to fade the scarring more quickly.

Using Ancient Sunrise® Amla on the skin from Ancient Sunrise on Vimeo.


The links below connect to chapters of the free e-book Ancient Sunrise® Henna for Hair, a book researched and written by Catherine Cartwright-Jones PhD, a researcher who focused her graduate and doctoral work on henna. Ancient Sunrise® Henna for Hair is meant to help people understand how to dye their hair without chemicals, to protect their own health and the health of the planet they live on, to correct the misconceptions that have lead to chemical hair dye industry replacing henna, and to dispel the abundant misinformation about henna.

You can download these selected chapters or download the entire book free of charge at http://www.hennaforhair.com/freebooks/

Ancient Sunrise® Chapter 6
Henna and Acidic Mixes

Learn about the necessary chemistry of mixing henna and cassia with a mildly acidic liquid. This chapter discusses several sources of fruit acids, and how each has a different effect on henna.

Ancient Sunrise ® Chapter 7
Mixing and Testing your Henna Mix

Here is information on the mixing, dye release, formulation, and testing of a wide range of non-chemical permanent colors from henna, indigo, and cassia. This chapter includes step-by-step instructions to produce the color you want for your hair.

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