"The data obtained show that the Emblica fruit contains ascorbic acid (0.4%, w/w), and that the Ayurvedic method of processing increases the healthy characteristics of the fruit thanks to a higher antioxidant activity and a higher content of ascorbic acid (1.28%, w/w). It has also been found that Vitamin C accounts for approximately 45-70% of the antioxidant activity."
Also, the price of this is quite cheap, and they claim it is organic. I'm a little skeptical of this site. What do you think?
It is possible that they are directly importing the amla getting it a lot cheaper. Or they could be using the term "organic" loosely.
Is it possible to find Wild Crafter Amla Berry or is it all farmed (whether conventional or organic)?
I am not sure if it is wildcrafted. It would depend on how fast the trees grow and how soon they start fruiting as to whether or not cultivating the trees would be a profitable venture.