Morpheme Phyllanthus Niruri (Bhumyamlaki) Chanca Piedra
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PREMIUM QUALITY PRODUCT
Bhumyamalaki or Phyllanthus niruri is usually known for managing liver. The product is processed using only the purest variety that is grown in clean and fertile environment. The capsules could be used for as long as you want without any side effects and garner the rich benefits of the herb. Bhumyamalaki is one of the ancient Ayurvedic herbs, also known as Phyllantus niruri. In some countries, it is also known as chanca piedra, carry me seed, or stonebreaker. Bhumyamalaki is being used as an herbal solution in every region, where it grows.
BENEFITS OF MORPHEME PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI
Various studies have shown promising results in managing diseases that plague many underdeveloped countries with the herb. In the past few years, Bhumyamalaki has gained the attention of researchers from all around the world due to its hepatprotective activity. The general pathology of most of the viral hepatitis forms show acute-inflammation of the liver. The epatic cell necrosis is related to histiocytic and leaucocytic reactions. Although there are five different kinds of known viral hepatitis, the common ones include Hepatitis A and B. A number of effective therapies are available for hepatitis caused by viral infections. Clinical researches support the efficacy of the herb Bhumyamalaki is known in helping with recovery from Hepatitis B infection.
HOW IS PHYLLANTHUS NIRURI HELPFUL?
In the year 1990, Sao Paulo’s, ‘Paulista School of Medicine’ carried out studies on rats and humans with kidney stones. A decoction of the herb was given for 1 to 3 months and it was established that the herbal tea supported the removal of kidney stones. There was also an increase in the creatine and sodium excretion and urine output. In the same year, Nicole Maxwell reported that Germany’s Dr. Wolfram Wiemann studied the effect of Bhumyamalaki obtained from Peru on 100 patients with kidney stones. The study revealed that the herb helped in eliminating the stones in one to two weeks. The 94% success rate confirmed the powerful antiurollithic property of Bhumyamalaki. In an in-vitro clinical study conducted in the year 1999, the extract of bhumyamalaki exhibited its ability to obstruct the creation of calcium-oxalate crystals, which are the building-blocks of kidney stones.
DIRECTION for USE
Take 1 Veg Capsule 1-2 Times a Day after meals or as directed by healthcare professional.
Do Morpheme Bhumyamalaki capsules have any side effects?
So far, there are no reports about the side-effects of the capsules. This could be accredited to the verity that the herbs are 100% natural and have been used by many cultures across the world from hundreds of years.
How long it takes for the formula to show their results?
This depends on your body type. Some people show an affinity for herbal products and hence the healing is quite rapid, while for others it may take some time. One has to be patient before the results are seen.
How long can I take the herbal capsules?
Morpheme Bhumyamalaki capsules are natural and do not have any addictive components and does not have any side effects. Therefore, you can safely continue to take the capsules for the rest of your life.
IngredientsServing size: 1 Veg capsule Servings per container: 60 Each 500 mg capsule contains: Bhumyamlaki Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Bhumyamlaki (Phyllanthus niruri) (Plant) Extract||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Why you need Bhumyamlaki
Phyllanthus niruri is known by the name stonebreaker or seed under leaf in English. It grows in the tropical and subtropical regions. In India, Phyllanthus niruri is being used for several centuries for healing liver disorders. Here the common name of this hepatoprotective herb is bhoomi amalaki or bhui amla, which means “amalaki of the earth”. The plant can grow up to a height of 60cm. It is cultivated in the central and southern India. It is also found in the rain forests of Amazon, China and the Bahamas. Phyllanthus niruri shrubs are characterized by small, closely arranged green leaves, smooth light green stems, yellow-green colored flowers and tiny fruits.
According to the Ayurveda system of medicine, Phyllanthus niruri deals with health disorders by balancing the kapha and pitta pitta components in the body. The therapeutic functions are present throughout the plant. The bitter compounds in the herb are believed to trigger bile secretion.
Ayurvedic approach to Phyllanthus
Phyllanthus has been used in Ayurvedic medicine system for over 2,000 years and it carries a wide number of traditional uses that includes internal use for jaundice, gonorrhea, frequent menstruation, and diabetes and external/topical use as a poultice for skin ulcers, sores, swelling, and itchiness. Phyllanthus niruri deals with health disorders by balancing the kapha andThe young shoots of the plant are administered in the form of an infusion for providing relief from chronic dysentery. (Nadkarmi KM. India Materia Medica, vol 1. Bombay: Popular Prakashan Private Ltd., 1993, 947–8).
During the last decade, Bhumyamlaki has drawn the attention of scientists all across the world, because of its powerful hepato-protective activity. All forms of viral hepatitis share a common feature, which is acute inflammation of the liver. The liver cells get damaged and then liver stops functioning totally or partially. Unfortunately, there is no treatment available once the disease strikes the person. Phyllanthus, with its plenty of researches supports its efficacy in aiding various hepatic diseases such as jaundice, hepatitis and cirrhosis of liver. It also plays important role in fatty liver and liver damage due to any reason. It helps to rejuvenates the liver cells and promotes the liver action.
Isolation of phyllanthin and hypophyllanthin from leaves has been derived and they are very helpful in fighting various diseases. Three new lignansniranthin, nirtetralin and phyltetralin – isolated from leaves. The seed oil contained ricinoleic acid (1.2%), linoleic (21.0%) and linolenic (51.4%) acids. A new flavone glycoside isolated and characterized as fisetin – 4-O- glucoside; rutin, quercetin, quercetrin and astralgin also isolated a new lignan – nirphyllin and a new neolignan – phyllnirurin – from aerial parts.
Studies on effectiveness of Phyllanthus niruri for hepatic support:
Beneficial for people with chronic hepatitis B infection: Researches have revealed the anti-hepatotoxic principles of the herb. Phyllanthus niruri aids recovery from chronic hepatitis B virus infection.. Scientists have found ample evidence of the anti-hepatitis B property of the herb in animal studies. It could eliminate the virus from the body and enable speedy recovery of the diseased liver by inhibiting activities of enzymes that support multiplication of viruses. Phyllanthus niruri therapy for ten weeks might help in reducing the risk of recurrent hepatitis B virus infections. Oral administration of Bhumyamlaki is even effective in significantly decreasing the number of hepatitis B virus in long-term carriers. (Venkateswaran PS, Millman I, Blumberg BS. “Effects of an extract from Phyllanthus niruri on hepatitis B and woodchuck hepatitis viruses: in vitro and in vivo studies.” Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 1987 Jan;84(1):274-8) Clinical trials in China have confirmed the effectiveness of Phyllanthus nirari in supporting recovery from liver fibrosis. Herbal preparations with phyllanthus nirari could impair the fibrogenesis process and increase breakdown of collagen. This herb might be suitable for supporting liver function at the precirrhotic stage or during early cirrhosis. (Wang BE. “Treatment of chronic liver diseases with traditional Chinese medicine.” J Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2000 May;15 Suppl:E67-70)
Helps in reducing risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver: Phyllanthus niruri is considered beneficial for people suffering from non-alcoholic fatty liver. The lipid lowering property of the herb has been confirmed in laboratory studies. It could inhibit biosynthesis of cholesterol.(Khanna AK, Rizvi F, Chander R. “Lipid lowering activity of Phyllanthus niruri in hyperlipemic rats”. J Ethnopharmacol. 2002 Sep;82(1):19-22)
Helps protect the liver from oxidative stress: The antioxidant defense mechanism of the liver could be improved with the help of Phyllanthus niruri. The antioxidant property of this herb is comparable to that of the powerful antioxidant nutrient vitamin E. This herb helps to stimulate secretion of antioxidant enzymes. It also helps to boost secretion of antioxidant liver enzymes such as glutathione. (Chatterjee M, Sarkar K, Sil PC. “Herbal (Phyllanthus niruri) protein isolate protects liver from nimesulide induced oxidative stress.” Pathophysiology. 2006 May;13(2):95-102) The antioxidant function of Phyllanthus niruri is primarily concentrated in the protein fraction of the herb. (Bhattacharjee R, Sil PC. “The protein fraction of Phyllanthus niruri plays a protective role against acetaminophen induced hepatic disorder via its antioxidant properties.” Phytother Res. 2006 Jul;20(7):595-601).
Protects the liver from alcohol and fats: Heavy drinking and intake of a high fat diet increase the risks of chronic liver diseases and permanent liver damage. With the rising incidence of liver diseases, scientists are trying to find drugs that can protect this important organ in the human body from alcohol and fat without producing adverse side effects. Studies with Phyllanthus niruri aqueous leaf extract has revealed the effectiveness of the herb in protecting the organ from alcohol and fats. In laboratory studies, researchers observed that in rats treated with alcohol and heated sunflower oil, Phyllanthus niruri leaf extract reduced the levels of hepatic triglycerides, cholesterol and free fatty acids. The levels of these liver marker enzymes rise after drinking alcohol or ingesting a fat rich diet. (Latha P, Chaitanya D, Rukkumani R. “Protective effect of Phyllanthus niruri on alcohol and heated sunflower oil induced hyperlipidemia in Wistar rats.” Toxicol Mech Methos. 2010 Oct;20(8):498-503).