Morpheme Amla Caps
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RICH SOURCE OF VITAMIN C
Amla is a common herbal fruit found in India and is well-known as Indian gooseberry. The fruit is round in shape and is loaded with vitamin C, which is more than even orange and lemon. The fruit is known to revitalize the body naturally. This fruit has been used as a natural product in Indian kitchen for a long time.
helps to maintain the overall health
Amla or Indian Gooseberry is undoubtedly one of the richest sources of vitamin C. It has been a practice since ancient times to use Amla in many Ayurvedic medicines. Though all the parts of the herb are useful, the fruit has maximum medicinal properties. The research has made Amla a reliable medicinal herb, which is quite effective and safe. Regular usage will surely help to maintain the overall health of the body.
DIRECTION for USE
Take 1 Veg Capsule 1-2 Times a Day after meals or as directed by healthcare professional.
Is Morpheme Amla capsules safe for consumption?
Yes, Morpheme Amla capsule contains the extract of pure and organic amla fruit and certainly safe for consumption. These capsules are made using the latest technology and in hygienic conditions, which give you the purest form of the fruit, so that you can avail maximum benefit of the product.
How long it takes for one to notice some positive results?
Remember that this is an ayurvedic product and will show results if you use it regularly. Continue to use the product for a few weeks (about 4 – 6 weeks) to see significant positive effects.
Can this supplement be taken along with other prescribed medicine?
This is an herbal product with 100% fruit extract, so these pills can be taken at any time, but if you are undergoing any prescribed treatment it will be sensible to take the advice of your doctor.
Are the capsules suitable for vegetarians?
These capsules do not contain any animal fat. Hence, the pills can be taken even by vegans.
Do these Amla capsules have any side effect or contraindications?
The Morpheme Amla capsules are generally well accepted by the body. They do not have any recognised harmful effects. However, it is advisable to consult your doctor before taking this health care supplement if you are expecting a child or lactating or under any medication.
IngredientsServing size: 1 Veg capsule
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Amla fruit extract (Emblica officinalis)
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Amla (Amlaki) (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.) (Fruit) Extract)||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule), 100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
The morpheme Amla capsule contains 100% natural fruit extract of the Indian gooseberry, which is grown naturally. They are manufactured in most hygienic conditions using latest machinery and passing through rigorous quality tests. These tablets are very effective and safe for consumption with no side effects.
Emblica officinalis is a powerful natural antioxidant. It could inhibit cellular damage induced by reactive oxygen species or free radicals. The antioxidant activities of the Emblica officinalis fruit are primarily owing to ascorbic acid or vitamin C and tannins known as emblicanins A and B. Amalaki is one of the richest sources of vitamin C. Moreover, the ‘Svaras Bhavana’ method of processing the Emblica officinalis fruit according to Ayurveda, further boosts the therapeutic property of Emblica officinalis.
Almost 45 to 70% of the antioxidant activity of Emblica officinalis is attributed to vitamin C present in the fruit. (Scartezzini P, Antognoni F, Raggi MA, Poli F, Sabbioni C. “Vitamin C content and antioxidant activity of the fruit and of the Ayruvedic preparation of Emblica officinalis Gaertn.” J Ethnopharmacol. 2006 Mar 8;104(1-2):113-8). Because of the antioxidant activity of Amla, it is used in the cosmetic industry as a popular ingredient in anti aging products. (Adil MD, Kaiser P, Satti NK, Zargar AM, Vishwakarma RA, Tasdug SA. “Effect of Emblica officinalis (fruit) against UVB-induced photo-aging in human skin fibroblasts.” J Ethnopharmacol. 2010 Oct 28;132(1):109-14).
Reduces risk of cancer
The antioxidant property of Emblica officinalis might reduce the risk of developing certain types of cancers. Experimental studies suggest the medicinal fruit inhibits tumor growth and helps to kill the malignant cells. The chemopreventive property of Amla makes it a suitable adjuvant in cancer treatments. (Ngamikitidechakul C, Jaijoy K, Hansakul P, Soonthornchareonnon N, Sireeratawong S. “Antitumor effects of Phyllanthus emblica L: induction of cancer cell apoptosis and inhibition of in vivo tumor promotion and in vitro invasion of human cancer cells.” Phytother Res. 2010 Sep;24(9):1405-13). Emblica officinalis extract could protect the body from radiation-induced cellular damage. (Jindal A, Soyal D, Sharma A, Goyal PK. “Protective effect of an extract of Emblica officinalis against radiation-induced damage in mice.” Integr Cancer Ther. 2009 Mar;8(1):98-105).
Reduces risk of fungal infections
Amla could help to ward off Candida yeasts infections. Studies suggest that the Emblica fruit obstructs the yeasts from adhering to the epithelial cell. It could inhibit oral yeast infections. (Thaweboon B, Thaweboon S. “Effect of Phyllanthus emblica Linn. on candida adhesion to oral epithelium and denture acrylic.” Asian Pac J Trop Med. 2011 Jan;4(1):41-5).
Research in accelerating wound healing
The antioxidant effect of Emblica officinalis accelerates the wound healing process. Presence of oxidants at the site of wounds, produced by the scavenging activities of macrophages and neutrophils, tend to delay the repair process. The antioxidant compounds in Emblica officinalis accelerate the wound healing process by boosting the antioxidant activity at the site of the wound. (Sumitra M, Manikandan P, Gayathri VS, Mahendran P, Suguna L. “Emblica officinalis exerts wound healing action through up regulation of collagen and extracellular signal-regulated kinesis (ERK1/2)” Wound Repair Regen. 2009 Jan-Feb;17(1):99-107).