Phyllanthus emblica supplement -  Phyllanthus emblica extract information and Phyllanthus emblica powder

Phyllanthus emblica, or Indian gooseberry, also known as amla, has been traditionally used for many chronic conditions including diabetes. Research has been done with Phyllanthus emblica evaluating its role as an antioxidant, in ulcer prevention, for people with diabetes, for mental and memory effects, and its antiinflammatory properties. 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. 

Phyllanthus emblica supplement - Paradise Herbs - Phyllanthus emblica extract
100% Phyllanthus emblica extract 20:1

Paradise Herbs Phyllanthus emblica extract is naturally extracted using only the finest quality fruits grown in the pristine environment of the lower Himalayan Mountains. This Phyllanthus emblica extract provides active levels of tannins along with Vitamin C and flavonoids, concentrated in the balanced ratio nature intended, without isolating, fractionizing or using toxic solvents, harsh chemicals or gases. Naturally grown or ethically wild crafted Phyllanthus emblica fruit without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or preservatives. Phyllanthus emblica fruit is famous for its rejuvenating properties. Phyllanthus emblica fruit is known for its nutrient dense levels of vitamin C. Phyllanthus emblica has recently been used to support positive nitrogen balance.
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Phyllanthus emblica Supplement Facts
Phyllanthus emblica extract 20:1
     (Equivalent to 5000 mg whole fresh fruit) - 250 mg *

Suggested Use: 1 Phyllanthus emblica capsule a few times a week or as directed by a qualified healthcare professional.
* Phyllanthus emblica daily value not established.

Phyllanthus emblica powder use
Phyllanthus emblica powder is light brown colored with an astringent smell. Phyllanthus emblica paste is touted as an excellent hair conditioner which makes hair glossy and silky.

Phyllanthus emblica benefit
Although Ayurvedic doctors have a great deal of experience with the use of Phyllanthus emblica, little human research is available in the West. In rodent studies, Phyllanthus emblica has been found to be helpful as an antioxidant, for cholesterol and blood sugar control, for memory, and the use of Phyllanthus emblica was helpful in delaying development of diabetic cataract in rats.

Phyllanthus emblica herb composition
Phyllanthus emblica has many substances, including apigenin, gallic acid,
ellagic acid, chebulinic acid, quercetin), chebulagic acid, corilagin, isostrictiniin, methyl gallate, 1,2,3,4,6-penta-O-galloylglucose, and luteolin.
   Tannins in Phyllanthus emblica include emblicanin A (37%), emblicanin B (33%), punigluconin (12%) and pedunculagin.

Antioxidant benefits
Chemical and antioxidant evaluation of Indian gooseberry (emblica officinalis gaertn., syn. phyllanthus emblica L.) supplements.
Phytother Res. 2009 January. Poltanov EA, Shikov AN, Dorman HJ, Pozharitskaya ON, Makarov VG, Tikhonov VP, Hiltunen R. Poltanov EA, Shikov AN, Dorman HJ, Pozharitskaya ON, Makarov VG, Tikhonov VP, Hiltunen R. Open joint-stock company 'Diod', 11a Derbenevskaya Avenue, 113114, Moscow, Russia.
Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.) (Euphorbiaceae) has a distinguished history in Ayurveda medicine and is ascribed a number of medicinal properties and as a dietary supplement. The study investigated the chemistry and antioxidant properties of four commercial phyllanthus emblica fruit extracts. All extracts produced positive responses in the total phenol, total flavonoid and total tannin assays. The presence of predominantly (poly)phenolic analytes, e.g. ellagic and gallic acids and corilagin, was confirmed. Despite ascorbic acid being a major constituent of phyllanthus emblica fruits, the furanolactone could not be identified in one of the samples. The extracts demonstrated varying degrees of antioxidative efficacy.

Phyllanthus emblica Research Update
A study on degradation kinetics of ascorbic acid in Phyllanthus emblica L. during cooking.
Int J Food Sci Nutr. 2004 Aug;55(5):415-22.
The kinetics of ascorbic acid degradation in Phyllanthus emblica as well as in pure ascorbic acid solutions at initial concentrations present in Phyllanthus emblica over a temperature range of 50-120 degrees C (steady-state temperature) has been studied.

Phyllanthus emblica questions
Q. Is diabetes control a benefit of Phyllanthus emblica or Phyllanthus emblica extract?
   A. We have not seen human studies regarding the use of Phyllanthus emblica supplement, Phyllanthus emblica powder or Phyllanthus emblica oil for blood sugar control.

Q. Are the tannins in Phyllanthus emblica similar to the tannins in black tea? I would like to try an Phyllanthus emblica supplement but am concerned about the tannin content. I'm sensitive or allergic to the tannins in black tea. Several hours after drinking black tea I get a pinched nerve in my neck- every time. I know it isn't a caffeine reaction because green tea doesn't bother me, and coffee actually relaxes my neck. Do you think Phyllanthus emblica would give me pinched nerves the way that black
tea does?
   A. It is not possible for us to predict the reaction of any person to a supplement since the reactions vary markedly between individuals to the same supplement. Tannins in Phyllanthus emblica include emblicanin A (37%), emblicanin B (33%), punigluconin (12%) and pedunculagin. In contrast, black tea tannins are mostly catechins.

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