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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The antioxidant, hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic properties of Emblica officinalis are well documented (Muhammad et al.
Antidiabetic and antioxidant potential of Emblica officinalis Gaertn.
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).
Emblica officinalis (amla) has been known in Ayurvedic medicine for its tonifying, anti ageing (1) and immune enhancing properties (2) as it provides a superior source of vitamin C.
Inhibitory activity of extracts of the fruits of Emblica officinalis Gaertn.
Preparation of PartySmart: PartySmart contains dried aqueous extracts of Phoenix dactylifera (fruit : 188 mg), Cichorium intybus (seeds : 188 mg), Andrographis paniculata (aerial part : 188 mg), Vitis vinifera (fruit : 188 mg), Phyllanthus amarus (aerial part : 124 mg), and Emblica officinalis (fruit : 124 mg).
Alterations in DNA, RNA and protein contents in liver and kidney of mice treated with ochratoxin and their amelioration by Emblica officinalis aqueous extract.
Table 4: Ayurvedic Herbs for Further Development Botanical Name Ayurvedic Name Inside Treatment Adhatoda zeylanica Vasa Bronchial constriction Azardiracta indica Neem Bacterial infection Boerhaavia diffusa Punarnava Inflammation Butea monosperma Palasha Intestinal worms Cedrus deodara Devdaar Muscle spasm Celatrus paniculatus Jyotishmati Memory problems Emblica officinalis Amla Astringent Ocimum sanctum Tulsi Antibacterial Picrorhiza kurroa Kutuka Liver toxicity Pterocarpus mars.
CardiPro is polyherbal formulation which consists of the standardized extracts of selected herbs; Boerhaavia diffusa, Ocimum sanctum, Emblica officinalis, Withania somnifera and Terminalia arjuna (Gyanendra Pandey, 2001a, b, 2002a, b, c).
Chemopreventive action of emblica officinalis on skin carcinogenesis in mice.