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Cancer, heart disease, diabetes and aging don't stand a chance against the protective benefits of amla

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Amla berries contain twenty times the vitamin C in oranges, making them a true superfood

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Ayurveda cures all 65,000 patients of covid in Indian town

December 30, 2022 -

Only 300 people who received Ayurvedic medicine had to be hospitalized for the disease, Rajesh Kotecha, the union minister, explained, further noting that the other 64,700 patients experienced only mild symptoms and recovered relatively quickly.

All of this was uncovered by Seva Bharathi, the Central Council for Research in Siddha (CCRS), and various universities that conducted research into the matter over the past several years.

"Out of these patients, 65,000 ...

Regarded as a sacred tree in India, amla may hold the key to preventing obesity

October 21, 2018 -

Amla's anti-obesity properties

According to various studies, amla possesses powerful anti-diabetic, anti-hyperlipidemia (used to promote the reduction of lipid levels in the blood), and antioxidant properties when tested on various animal models. In this study, the researchers tested the anti-obesity properties of aqueous amla extract on a rat model of high-fat diet (HFD)-induced obesity. The research team used male Wistar rats that were given a high-fat ...

Antioxidants in Indian gooseberry help maintain cardiovascular health and boost immunity

March 20, 2020 - amla, or Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica), on endothelial dysfunction, oxidative stress, systemic inflammation and the lipid profile of participants with metabolic syndrome.

The study involved 59 individuals with an average age of 57, all of whom have metabolic syndrome. These men and women were randomly assigned to one of three groups: One group received 250 mg of amla extract; another group received 500 mg of amla extract; and the last ...

Reduce cholesterol and improve heart health with Indian gooseberry

August 30, 2019 - amla [gooseberry extract] has shown potential in reducing cholesterol and triglyceride levels as well as lipid ratios… in dyslipidemic persons and thus has scope to treat general as well as diabetic dyslipidemia.”

The researchers also plan to pursue further studies. “A larger and longer-term study is warranted to elucidate the mechanism of amla extract in dyslipidemic patients,” they explained. (Related: Cancer, heart disease, diabetes and aging don't stand ...

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April 03, 2019 - amla provides natural liver revitalization. It is commonly used in India for treating enlarged livers. Researchers found that its hepatoprotective effects can also treat liver conditions like jaundice. Hypolipidemic properties can reduce the load placed on the liver. Amla may be good for treating non-alcoholic related fatty liver disease.Omega-3

A daily dose of omega-3 is a good way to promote liver health. Fatty fish like tuna, salmon and trout are a great ...

Add gooseberries to your diet to keep metabolic syndrome at bay

December 12, 2019 -

Patients with metabolic syndrome suffer from the following cardiovascular-related conditions:

The abnormalities in metabolic syndrome contribute to the appearance of endothelial dysfunction. When the endothelial cells of the blood vessels fail to get enough vasodilator substances and instead get vasoconstrictors, they start malfunctioning.

Further, metabolic syndrome and obesity lead to higher levels of oxidative stress and inflammation, ...

Behind the scenes: Chebulinic acid, an active ingredient of popular Ayurvedic medicine triphala, has anti-tumor properties

September 13, 2019 -

Triphala in traditional medicine

The Ayurvedic medicine triphala is a rasayana formulation, meaning that it is intended to rejuvenate and prolong life. Triphala consists of three myrobalan fruits: amla or Indian gooseberry (Emblica officinalis), chebulic myrobalan (Terminalia chebula), and beleric (Terminalia bellerica). Once rid of their seeds and combined in equal proportions, they become a powerful medicine that can address a variety of ailments. Triphala is also ...

Natural toothpaste reduces risk of cavities: Herbal toothpaste found to raise mouth pH, reduce sugar in saliva

April 03, 2018 - amla (Phyllanthus emblica) – ingredients known for its anti-diabetes properties. This may explain the decrease in glucose levels in saliva.

Researchers deduced that herbal toothpaste can significantly inhibit glucose activity in the saliva and improve its pH level. "The present study has shown positive influence of herbal toothpastes on these two salivary parameters," they wrote. "Long term clinical trials involving larger samples of different age groups and incorporating ... feature article archives

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