Phyllanthus emblica


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Phyllanthus emblica,

n See amla.
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This polyphenolic polylactone compound has recently been isolated from Phyllanthus emblica, a well-known ancient Hindu and Buddhist medicinal plant.
Jeyasankar et al (9) reported that ethyl acetate extract of Phyllanthus emblica leaves exhibited larvicidal activity with [LC.
For treatment of fever, bark of Oroxylum indicum was boiled in water along with leaves of Averrhoa bilimbi, leaves of Swertia chirayita, leaves of Ziziphus mauritiana, leaves of chana pata (unidentified), and leaves of Phyllanthus emblica.
Protective effect of Phyllanthus emblica fruit extract against hydrogen peroxide-induced endothelial cell death.
Antiatherogenic effects of Phyllanthus emblica associated with corilagin and its analogue.
Protective effect of Tinospora cordifolia, Phyllanthus emblica, and their combination against antitubercular drugs-induced hepatic damage: An experimental study.
Among the topics are the phylogenetic analysis of species, anti-cancer activity of Phyllanthus emblica, anti-viral activities of the endemic Cuban species P.
Extensive work has been done in our laboratory to test the protection afforded by crude extract of fruits of Phyllanthus emblica L.
An in vitro study using a patented extract of both ashwagandha and Phyllanthus emblica demonstrated a 54% inhibition of collagen-degrading enzymes and an 86% inhibition of those that break down hyaluronic acid, the skin's natural moisturizer.
N-acetylcysteine [31, 32], statins [33, 34], tocopherol [6, 35], ascorbic acid [36], Phyllanthus emblica extract [37], and green tea extract [38]) have been successfully used in experimental or clinical trials for renoprotection against CM.