natural plant extract Amla Fruit Extract powder
natural plant extract Amla Fruit Extract powder
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Amla Fruit Extract
Product Name: Amla Fruit Extract
Botanical Source: Phyllanthus emblica L.
Part Used: Fruit
Appearance: Brown fine powder.
Test Method: TLC
medical uses of amla fruit extract
Amla, or Indian gooseberry, has been used by Indian doctors for many chronic conditions including blood sugar control. Amla is the Hindi name while in Sanskrit, the term used is Amalaki. This edible fruit is well-known for its high content of vitamin C and its potent antioxidant activity, more potent than many other herbs.
The benefits of the amla fruit extract:
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 memory effects, 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.
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 that medicinal plants traditionally used in diabetic patients.
Med Chem. 2009 March; Kusirisin W, Srichairatanakool S, Lerttrakarnnon P, Lailerd N, Suttajit M, Jaikang C, Chaiyasut C. Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Faculty of Pharmacy, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand.
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 Linn., Terminalia chebula Retz., Morinda citrifolia Linn., Kaempferia parviflora Wall. and Houttuynia cordata Thunb., 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.
Amla for cholesterol
The effects of amla on low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation and cholesterol levels were investigated in vitro and in vivo using Cu(2+)-induced LDL oxidation and cholesterol-fed rats. SunAmla and ethyl acetate (EtOAc) extract of amla significantly inhibited thiobarbituric acid (TBA)-reactive substance level in the Cu(2+)-induced LDL oxidation and the effects were stronger than those of probucol. These results suggest that amla may be effective for high cholesterol and prevention of atherosclerosis.
The radioprotective effect of amla extract was studied in mice. Swiss albino mice were exposed to gamma rays (5 Gy) in the absence (control) or presence (experimental) of amla extract, orally 100 mg/kg body weight, once daily for 7 consecutive days. A specimen of small intestine (jejunum) was removed from the mice and studied at different autopsy intervals from 12 hours to 30 days. In control animals, crypt cell population, mitotic figures, and villus length were markedly reduced on day 1; these later started to increase progressively but did not attain the normal level even at the last autopsy interval. The animals receiving amla extract prior to irradiation had a higher number of crypt cells and mitotic figures when compared with non-drug-treated control at all the autopsy intervals. Irradiation of animals resulted in a dose-dependent elevation in lipid peroxidation and a reduction in glutathione as well as catalase concentration in the intestine at 1 hour post-irradiation. In contrast, amla extract treatment before irradiation caused a significant depletion in lipid peroxidation and elevation in glutathione and catalase levels.
Skin and collagen
Type I pro-collagen promoting and anti-collagenase activities of Phyllanthus emblica extract in mouse fibroblasts.
J Cosmet Sci. 2009 Jul-Aug; Chanvorachote P, Pongrakhananon V, Luanpitpong S, Chanvorachote B, Wannachaiyasit S, Nimmannit U. Chanvorachote P, Pongrakhananon V, Luanpitpong S, Chanvorachote B, Wannachaiyasit S, Nimmannit U. Department of Physiology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
As part of an ongoing search for the novel pharmacological activities of amla, the present study has shown its type I collagen promoting and anti-collagenase effects on primary mouse fibroblast cells. At a concentration of 0.1 mg/ml, amla extract significantly increased the type I pro-collagen level greater than that of an untreated control. Emblica extract caused an approximately 7.75-fold greater type I pro-collagen induction compared to the known herbal collagen enhancer asiaticoside at the same treatment concentration. Amla extract inhibited collagenase activity in a dose-dependent manner. This herbal extract has a promising pharmacological effect that benefits collagen synthesis and protects against its degradation and could be used as a natural anti-aging ingredient.
Amla powder use
Amla powder is light brown colored with an astringent smell. Amla powder sold in one pound bags, suggested use one teaspoon daily or as needed
It mainly treat cold and fever, cough, sore throat, diphtheria, thirst, indigestion, abdominal pains, chronic hepatitis,hypertension, obesity, hyperlipidemia, damp-heat edema, micturition, etc.
Net weight: 25Kg per Drum. Packed in two plastic-bags with paper-drum outside Or as per customers request.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry and well-sealed container; Keep away from moisture and strong light/heat.
Shelf life: Two years under specified environment.