Bhumi Amalaki Churna is an Ayurvedic spice powder from the Bhumi Amalaki plant.
When it comes to this herbal powder, people often think of Amalaki, probably the most famous plant in Ayurveda.
But Bhumi Amalaki has nothing to do with Amalaki (abbreviated to Amla).
The reason for the somewhat misleading name is that Bhumiamalaki bears many tiny fruits that are reminiscent of Amalaki fruits.
Bhumi Amalaki is known as Yakrit Rasayana in Ayurveda. In Sanskrit I found the terms Dhatri. Dhatri stands for Mother Earth and for health and tranquility and is an appropriate name.
In the Bhava Prakash, an ancient Ayurvedic book, Bhumi Amalaki is described as reducing Kapha. What was surprising. The herb has cooling properties, which should actually increase kapha. The reason for this is that Bhumiamalaki indirectly increases Agni and thus burns off superfluous Kapha. You get the best quality at a fair price in the Ayurveda paradise.