Indian gooseberry

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Related to Emblica officinalis: Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula

Indian gooseberry, See amla.
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Indian gooseberry.
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Emblica officinalis reduces serum, aortic and hepatic cholesterol in rabbits.
Varadacharyulu, "Protective effect of Emblica officinalis against alcohol-induced hepatic injury by ameliorating oxidative stress in rats," Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, vol.
Studies on effects of Emblica officinalis (Amla) on oxidative stress and cholinergic function in scopolamine induced amnesia in mice.
Protective effect of Emblica officinalis against S typhimurium through its antioxidant activity.
Anti-Helicobaceter pylori and antioxidant properties of Emblica officinalis pulp extract: a potential source for therapeutic use against gastric ulcer.
In a clinical trial on normal and hypercholesterolemic men, oral administration of Emblica officinalis fruit demonstrated a decrease in total serum cholesterol levels (Jacob 1988).
Background & objectives: Emblica officinalis (amla), which is a good source of vitamin C, has been shown to be beneficial due to its immune system enhancing property coupled with its tonifying and antiageing effect.
A similar reduction in the number of his + revertants was observed with water, acetone, and chloroform extracts of Emblica officinalis Gaertn.
Khan, "Roles of Emblica officinalis in medicine--a review," Botany Research International, vol.
indica leaves display some antityrosinase activity, though not as strongly as other medicinal plants, such as Emblica officinalis (Pak.