Organic Amla(Phyllanthus emblica)
Helps Build Up the Body's Own Natural Defense System
- A nutritive super herb used for thousands of years to support the heart, liver, and vitality
- Emblicanins A and B are unique antioxidants, that support immune efforts and help rid the body of cell damaging free-radicals
- Supports detoxification and every aspect of digestion from the stomach to the lower intestines
- Amla is the key ingredient in the famous formula called "Chyavanprash", known as the "elixir of life"
- 60 Caplets
- 1 caplet twice daily before meals
- Certified USDA Organic
- Gluten Free
- Magnesium Stearate Free
- Synthetic Additive Free
What process do you use to create the standardized extract for the organic amla supplement?
Himalaya’s combination of Amla fruit extract and Amla stem powder is one of the first Amla supplements from India to be USDA Certified organic. The caplet isn’t bound with artificial tableting glues. It’s held together with sticky parts of the plant itself, a patented process unique to Himalaya, making the Himalaya brand of Amla pure, high quality and second-to-none. Himalaya doesn’t use Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, or Rice Flour, and their products are standardized for consistent efficacy. Himalaya Organic Amla is Non-GMO verified and vegetarian too.
Date published: 2017-01-17
What binders do you use to make your Amla caplets? Isn't high heat required to form the caplet?
Hello, We have a patented approach which uses the resinous portions of the plant (leaf or stem) to create the binders you mention. This is why we call the line 'Pure Herbs' as we avoid the use of binders and fillers wherever possible. From there we use high-compression and low-humidity to create the form of the caplets in low-heat environments. After that, the caplets are subjected to lab study to confirm the presence of active compounds (45% tannins in the case of Amla). Due to the lack of traditional binders or chemical fillers, our caplets remain fragile which is why the bottles are filled excessively with organic cotton which suppresses movement during transit. However, just as a point of interest, you might be interested to know that Amla contains well documented heat-resistant antioxidants similar to broccoli and other superfoods. In fact, if you were to look up 'Amla and heat-resistant antioxidants' using your web browser you will see a number of scientific articles about how heat actually activates antioxidant activity in Amla and several other plants. Thanks, Himalaya
Date published: 2016-11-23