Amla fruits are regarded as an adaptogen. The term 'adaptogen' is used by herbalists to refer to a natural product that potentially increases the body's resistance to stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue. Amla is considered to be a "Ramayana" herb in Ayurveda. According to ayurvedic texts, "Ramayana" is generally used to rejuvenate the general health of the body, or aims at enabling the body's maximum potential.
Saberry® is a proprietary, patent pending, extract of fruits of Emblica officinalis.
Saberry® from Sabinsa Corporation is standardized to contain a minimum of 10% β‐glucogallin and 50% gallates.
- Natural source of vitamin C
- Potent Antioxidant
- Liver protective
- Hair tonic
- Improves the body’s immunity
- Treating the common cold and fever
- Digestive tonic
- Prevents peptic ulcers
How it works
- Antioxidant potential
- Significant antioxidant activity and is ORAC Dense
- Natural food based source of vitamin C
- Digestive Aid
- Forms an important constituent of Triphala – an ayurvedic preparation recognized for its role in supporting digestive functions
- Improves stimulation of gastric juices and supports detoxification
- Antibacterial properties and healing of ulcers
- Hair loss
- Helps to prevent grey hair, tonifies blood and promotes healthy and lustrous hair.
- Enhances cellular regeneration, nutritive and restorative
Amla may lower blood sugar levels. Those with diabetes (high blood sugar) and hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) should use with caution, under the guidance of a healthcare practitioner.
Amla may lower blood pressure levels.