Amla, the Indian Gooseberry is a fruit which has fascinated the medico-research community due to its high medicinal value. Amala or Phyllanthus Emblica, also known as Emblic, Emblic Myrobalan, Mycrobalo, Malecca Tree etc is a major ingredient of globally accepted Ayurvedic preparations like Chyavanaprash and Triphala. It is a rich source of vitamin C, as low molecular weight hydrolyzable tannins containing a molecular fragment similar to ascorbic acid (vitamin C) are the active principles of Amla.
Full Spectrum Amla Extract
A native of India, the Amla tree is medium in size and bears fruit in Autumn. The fruit is fibrous by nature and tastes sour, bitter and astringent. Beyond being an vital ingredient of Ayurvedic formulations and grandma's household remedies for centuries, today Amala has become an invaluable composition of modern era products like hair care shampoos and oils apart from medicines. Pickles prepared using Amla are a part of healthy diet since ages.
Amla, with its high medicinal value is an active constituent of many Ayurvedic medicines used for effective treatment for various diseases including chronic ailments for over 5,000 years. All parts of this deciduous plant are used for a wide range of treatments. The tree is considered sacred by Hindu religion and is even worshipped, perhaps as a mythological homage to its outstanding therapeutic values.
Amlamax™, the unique patented extract of Amla from Arjuna Natural Extracts Ltd has undergone pharmacological (on animals) and clinical trials and is found effective for the following:
AKBAMAX is five times more potent than conventional Boswellia Serrata Extract
- Reducing total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides
- Increases HDL Cholesterol (Patented)
- Retards intima - media thickening (Patent Pending)
- Reverses intima - media thickening (Patent Pending)
- Increasing RBC, WBC, Lymphocytes and Hemoglobin
Indications for use
Reducing triglycerides,Lowering cholesterol, Lowers AIP