The amalaki tree is little to medium in size, arriving at 8 to 18 m in tallness, with an abnormal trunk and spreading extensions. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10–20 cm long, typically deciduous; the leaves are straightforward, subsessile and nearly set along branchlets, light green, taking after pinnate clears out. In the Sanskrit Buddhist custom half an amalaka apples and oranges was the last blessing to the Buddhist sangha by the extraordinary Indian ruler Asoka. This is delineated in the Asokavadana in the accompanying verses: "An extraordinary giver, the ruler of men, the famous Maurya Asoka, has gone from being master of Jambudvipa [india] to being master of half a myrobalan." According to Ayurveda, aamla adjusts every one of the three doshas. While aamla is uncommon in that it holds five out of the six tastes distinguished by Ayurveda, it is most significant to distinguish the impacts of the "virya", or power, and "vipaka", or post-digestive impact. Recognized in this light, aamla is especially accommodating in decreasing pitta because of its cooling vitality. It likewise adjusts both Pitta and vata by uprightness of its sweet taste. Emblica officinalis tea may enhance diabetic neuropathy because of aldose reductase hindrance. In rats it essentially diminished blood glucose, sustenance admission, water admission and pee yield in diabetic rats contrasted and the non‐ diabetic control.