|Minimum Order Quantity||20 Kilogram|
|Botanical Name||Emblica Officinalis|
|Is It Organic||Organic|
|Is It Dried||Dried|
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. Botanical name. 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 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.
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 used in diabetic patients.