Introduction of Alma Extract
Emblica officinalis, commonly referred to as Indian gooseberry or amla, is a deciduous tree native to India and the Middle East. Amla has been used medicinally for thousands of years.
Ayurvedic medicinal practitioners, who follow ancient Indian nutritional and healing protocol, continue to use extracts of the herb for a variety of health-promoting purposes. As with any supplement you should talk to your healthcare practitioner before taking amla.
Function of Alma Extract
The gallic acid, methyl gallate, vitamin C and numerous additional compounds found in alma, appear to demonstrate potent antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity. Free radicals are highly reactive substances that damage and destroy your cells and DNA. The antioxidants in amla help to neutralize the free radicals and prevent them from causing damage to your body.
Application of Alma Extract
It restores the noise-stress induced changes because of its antioxidant properties.2. It has ability to induce cytotoxicity in tumour cells.3. It prevents superoxide-induced haemolysis of erythrocytes.4. It reduces the high blood pressure and improves blood circulation.5. It lowers the LDL (low-density lipoprotein) which is harmful for body.
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