Phyllanthus emblica


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Related to Phyllanthus emblica: Withania somnifera, Terminalia chebula, Emblica officinalis

Phyllanthus emblica,

n See amla.
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Phyllanthus emblica (Emblica officinalis, Euphorbiaceae) commonly known as Indian gooseberry or "Amla", has been used as health food since ancient times in India and other Asian countries.
Gallic acid enriched fraction of Phyllanthus emblica potentiates indomethacin-induced gastric ulcer healing via e-NOS-dependent pathway.
Therapeutic potential of Phyllanthus emblica (amla): the ayurvedic wonder.
Fruits of Phyllanthus emblica are mixed with barks of Moringa oleifera, barks of Syzygium cumini, and barks of Aegle marmelos and boiled in water.
Extensive work has been done in our laboratory to test the protection afforded by crude extract of fruits of Phyllanthus emblica L.
At the occasion of the international trade show In-Cosmetics 2001, being held in Dusseldorf/Germany from April 24-26, Merck KGaA today announced that it will launch Emblica, a patented combination of active ingredients extracted from the fruit of Phyllanthus emblica.
These plants included Mangifera indica, Areca catechu, Ananas sativus, Carica papaya, Terminalia belerica, Terminalia chebula, Phyllanthus emblica, Punica granatum, Musa paradisiaca, Psidium guajava, Syzygium cumini, Averrhoa carambola, Citrus aurantiifolia, and Capsicum frutescens.
A Murray State University study evaluating the therapeutic efficacy and safety of Crominex 3+--a complex of trivalent chromium, Capros Phyllanthus emblica extract and PrimaVie Purified Shilajit--found that the Ayurvedic blend supported pain reduction in moderately arthritic dogs.
As part of an ongoing search for the novel pharmacological activities of Phyllanthus emblica, the present study has shown its type I collagen promoting and anti-collagenase effects on primary mouse fibroblast cells.
Amla, Aovla, Amalaki, Dhatriphata, Phyllanthus emblica, Indian gooseberry, Emblic myrobalan) is a tree growing in subtropical and tropical parts of China, India, Indonesia and the Malay Peninsula.