Amla Extract – Standardized (High ORAC)

Scientific Name : Emblica Officinalis
Common Name : Amla
Source : Amla Fruit
Composition : Tannins content By Titrimetry, Gallic acid BY HPLC & Natural Ascorbic acid (Vit.C)
Applications : Powerful Antioxidant due to high ORAC value

The unique Amla fruit extract of Herbochem has high ORAC value and the highest percentage of Tannins making it a powerful antioxidant. Amla which is also commonly known as the Indian Goose Berry, Amlaki and Emblica Officinails. Amla fruit has been widely accepted by the medico-research communities due to its high medicinal properties.1

Amla fruit is a fibrous, sour fruit that grows widely in India, the Middle East, and other South Asian countries. The Indian variety of Goose Berry has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over a thousand years.2

Phyllanthus Emblica or Amla fruit is a rich source of Tannins which are low in molecular weight and have a molecular fragment similar to Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C).

Indian gooseberry or Amla fruit extract has shown positive results in reducing total cholesterol levels, including the fatty acids called triglycerides without affecting levels of the high-density lipoprotein (HDL).3

Amlaki has also shown to have Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) value. This means that it has powerful anti-oxidant properties which prevent oxidation, especially one used to counteract the deterioration of stored food products or removes potentially damaging oxidizing agents in a living organism.4

According to research, including anti-oxidants in our diet (food, herbs, teas, supplements) have many health benefits which include:

  • Slower signs of aging,
  • Reduces cancer risk,
  • Longer life span,
  • Protection against heart diseases.5

Beyond being a vital ingredient of Ayurveda, Amla fruit extract has become an important ingredient in modern era products like shampoos, oils and other cosmetic products.

References:
1. https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/fruit/indian-gooseberry-amla.html
2. https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-784/indian-gooseberry
3. https://www.masteringdiabetes.org/amla-definitive-antioxidant/
4. https://draxe.com/top-10-high-antioxidant-foods/
5. https://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Article/2013/10/30/Indian-gooseberry-amla-extracts-show-anti-inflammatory-and-blood-flow-benefits#

 

Technical Specification

Description A dark brown to brown colour hygroscopic powder
Loss on drying NMT 5.0% w/w
Tapped bulk density 0.40-0.80 gm/ml
Sieve Test (#40 mesh) NLT 90% w/w through 40 Mesh
 

Tannins content By Titrimetry

NLT 50% w/w
 

Gallic acid BY HPLC

NLT 10% w/w
 

Natural ascorbic acid

NLT 3% w/w
Microbiological profile

  1. Total plate Count
  2. Yeast and Mould
  3. Escherichia coli
  4. Salmonella
  5. Staphylococcus Aureus
  6. Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
  7. Enterobacteriaceae
 N/A

NMT5000 cfu/g

NMT 200 cfu/g

Should be absent/ 10 g

Should be absent/ 10 g

Should be absent/ 10 g

Should be absent/ 10 g

Should be absent/ 10 g

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