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  • Material100% pure and herbal extract
  • Weight25 kg
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Amla extract

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    Botanical Name: Emblica Officinalis

    Family Name: Euphorbiaceae

    Common Name: Gooseberry, Phyllanthus Emblica, Emblica, Indian Gooseberry, Amla

    Part Used: Fruit

    Indication: Useful in hair fall, baldness, hyper acidity, tonic immunodeficiency

    Dosage: Take 1 capsule twice daily

 

 

 

Amla benefit:

 

 

 

    Although Ayurvedic doctors have a great deal of experience with the use of Amla, little human research is available in the West

    Research has been done with amla evaluating its role as an antioxidant, in ulcer prevention, for people with diabetes, for mental and memoryeffects, and its anti-inflammatory benefits. Unfortunately, most of this research has been done with animals and there are very few human studies that tell us in what conditions this herb is of most benefit

    In rodent studies, amla has been found to be helpful as an antioxidant, for cholesterol and blood sugar control, for memory, and the use of amla was helpful in delaying development of diabetic cataract in rats

 

 

Antioxidant:

 

 

    Due to its high content of vitamin C and polyphenols, amla extract is a potent antioxidant

    Antioxidative activity, polyphenolic content and anti-glycation effect of some thai medicinal plants traditionally

    Ethanolic extracts of 30 Thai medicinal plants, traditionally used as alternative treatments in diabetes, were evaluated for antioxidative activity.

    Five plants had strong antioxidant activity: Amla Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia chebula, Morinda citrifolia, Kaempferia parviflora and Houttuynia cordata, respectively.

    Amla had stronger antioxidative activity than the other plants.

    The investigation showed that total polyphenol and tannin content of Amla and the flavonoid content of Houttuynia cordata were the highest.

    The results imply that these plants are potential sources of natural antioxidants which have free radical scavenging activity and might be used for reducing oxidative stress in diabetes

    Chemical and antioxidant evaluation of Indian gooseberry amla supplements

    Phytother Res. 2009. Poltanov EA, Shikov AN, Dorman HJ, Pozharitskaya ON, Tikhonov VP, Hiltunen R. Open joint-stock company 'Diod', Moscow, Russia

    This study evaluated the chemistry and antioxidant properties of four commercial amla fruit extracts

    All extracts produced positive responses in the total phenol, total flavonoid and total tannin assays. The presence of predominantly polyphenolic analytes, e.g. ellagic and gallic acids and corilagin, was confirmed.