*In March 2018, Amway announced the launch of the herbal nutraceutical brand named Nutrilite which have four products- nutrilite tulsi, nutrilite brahmi, nutrilite ashwagandha and nutrilite amalaki
. This launch of organic and herbal products is expected to meet the growing demands for herbal products from the Indian region.
Indian gooseberry, a herb also known as amalaki
or amla, is an antioxidant.
The herbal supplement used in the study, Triphala, is a formulation made from amalaki
, bibhitaki and haritaki, fruits used as medicinal plants in Ayurveda, a form of traditional Indian medicine.
Triphala, meaning "three fruits," is a traditional herbal formulation composed of 3 native fruits to India: amalaki
(Emblica officinalis), bibhitaki (Terminalia belerica), and haritaki (Terminalia chebula).
Example of such exceptions from the inference rule are represented by amalaki
(Emblica officinalis), sour and cold, and daruharidra or Indian barberry (Berberis aristata), bitter and hot .
 Singh and Sharma, "Acid balancing effect on digestive system: clinical studies were conducted to investigate the effect of amalaki
in amlapitta (Gastritis syndrome)," Indian Journal of Medical Research, vol.
Triphala because of its Haritaki fruit, Amalaki
fruit and VIbhitaki fruit components has wide Gm +ve and Gm -ve antibacterial activity and antifungal activity as studied by Inamdar et al, Vinayaga Morthy (1982), Sujata et al (1989).
Rhodiola, an adaptogenic herb linked to longevity, helps firm and reenergize skin while Amalaki
Complex, known as the "fruit of immortality," helps restore skin's youthful ability to bounce-back from age-related wear and tear.
Pure preparation of the herb "Amalaki
" was used in this study (The Himalaya Drug Company, Bangalore, India).
Ashwagandha (stress, fatigue) Boseweilla (joint conditions) Guggul (reduce bad cholesterol) Gymnema (reduce sugar cravings) Garcinia (weight loss) Neem (skin care) Turmeric (anti-inflammatory) Holy Basil (anti-inflammatory) Triphala (laxative) Amalaki
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(English names: Indian Goosbery, Emblic Myrobalan; Sanskrit names: Amalaki
, Dhatriphala; Hindi names: Amla, Aovla), used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine.