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Amla Extract, Emblica Officinalis Extract
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Latin Name:Phyllanthus emblica L.
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Extraction Type:Solvent Extraction
Active Ingredient: polyphenol, Gallic acid, ellagic acid, glucogallin, corilagin, phyllemblic acid, emblicol, etc.
Specification: 4:1 10:1 20:1 Polyphenol 40%
Test Method: UV,TLC
Appearance: Dark brown powder
Amla (or Amlaka, Amlaki, or other variants) is one of the most frequently used of the Ayurvedic herbs; it is the fruit of Phyllanthus emblica, also called Emblica officinalis. The fruit is similar in appearance to the common gooseberry (Ribes spp., a type of currant), which is botanically unrelated to amla. However, due to the similar appearance of the fruit clusters (see below), amla is usually called the "Indian gooseberry." The plant, a member of the Euphorbiaceae, grows to become a medium-sized tree (pictured below) that is found growing in the plains and sub-mountain regions all over the Indian subcontinent from 200 to nearly 2000 meters above sea level. Its natural habitat, like other members of its family, ranges from Burma in the East to Afghanistan in the West; from Deccan in south India to the foothills of the Himalayan range.
This product is soluble in water, pale green to deep brown free flowing powder and contains more than 25% polyphenols.
Although the leaves contain medicinally active compounds, most supplements today are derived from the fruit of the amla plant. The fruit is a rich source of vitamin C and it contains a variety of phytochemicals including ellagic acid, gallic acid, quercetin and flavonoids. Phytochemicals are compounds found naturally in plants that help to prevent and treat disease in humans. "Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database" states that amla demonstrates antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer, immune-boosting and antimicrobial properties.
Composition / Actives:
Fruit: Ellagitannins (chebulagic acid, phyllanemblinin C, geraniin); hydrolysable tannins (emblicanin A and B),
pedunculagin, punigluconin, gallic acid (5%), ellagic acid, tannin (28%) vitamin C (3.25% w/w by HPLC in extract of
fresh fruit), and alkaloids (phyllanthine, phyllantidine). Leaves: Tannin (22%), alkaloids (phyllanthine, phyllantidine),
and ellagic, gallic, chebulinic, chebulic, chebulagic, and amlaic acid (gallotannin).
Fruit:cold fever ,cough ,sore throat,dry mouth,toothache,thirst vitamin c deficiency,
Root:used for hypertension,enteritis,lymph node tuberculosis stomachache

Also some products are 30% tannins and some 45%. is there more to this than just the extraction process.
1. Constipation causes infrequent stool, anal and perianal pain and abdominal discomfort. This persistent straining during the defecation leads to bleeding piles (hemorrhoids). Amla being rich in fibre regulates the bowel action and keeps constipation at bay. Juice of amla taken with 250 mg of giloy extract provides an effective remedy for hemorrhoids.
2. If your blood cholesterol troubles you then take amla. The vitamin C in amla helps in dilating the blood vessels and thereby lowering the blood pressure.
Grind dried amla into a fine powder and mix it with sugar candy (mishri). Store this mixture in a glass bottle and take one teaspoon of this mixture every day empty stomach. This will help maintain the cholesterol level.
3. Amla has anti diabetic quality. Make a mixture of equal quantity of amla, jamun and bitter gourd powder. Take one teaspoonful of this mixture once or twice a day. This mixture is also useful in treating conjunctivitis and glucoma
4. In case of acidity take 1 gram of dry amla powder with a little sugar in milk or water twice a day.
5. 1 tablespoon of paste of amla leaves, mixed with honey is an effective treatment for diarrhea.
6. For promoting hair growth and prevent premature graying of hair one can use amla rich oils and shampoos. For a quick home remedy soak amla powder in water for a week. Then use it wash hair. This preparation is a 3 in 1 shampoo, conditioner and hair dye. Learn more about how to get shiny hair.
7. Amla is helps in restoring Vitamin C level in elderly, diabetic patients, hypertensive and women using oestrogen contraceptives.
8. Deficiency of Vitamin C makes a person lethargic, susceptible to infections, rheumatic pains and intestinal disorders. Consuming amla removes this lethargic feeling and makes one vibrant and upbeat.
9. According to a research low vitamin C levels puts a person at risk of developing gallbladder disorders. Taking amla saves one from gallbladder infections.
10. In children low vitamin C levels leads to disturbed growth and fragile disorders. For a person with low vitamin C level healing of wounds and fractures is a slow process. For quick healing, one must consume amla.
11. Amla is also a cure for scurvy. Dry amla powder mixed with an equal quantity of sugar taken in doses of one teaspoon thrice a day with milk provides enough vitamin C to beat scurvy.
12. Amla also works wonder with pregnant and lactating mothers.
13. It also reduces the incidence of cancer of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract.
14. It provides protection against pollution.
15. Amla is nature's best antioxidant. Food rich in antioxidants combat free radicals naturally and without any side effects.
Packaging:1kg,5kg,10kg aluminum foil vacuum bag; or 20kg,25kg Fiber Drum.
Storage:Store in cool day place, avoid sunlight and hige temperature.


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