Published Studies

Phyllanthus emblica Amla


Phyllanthus emblica, also known as amla or Indian Gooseberry, is a fruit-bearing plant found in India and other parts of Asia. It has potent antioxidant activity and is considered one of the most important plants in Ayurveda.

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Withania somnifera Ashwagandha


One of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing, Ashwagandha has been used since ancient times for a wide variety of conditions, and is most well-known as an adaptogen (natural substances that help the body to adapt to stress and exert a normalizing effect upon bodily processes) with restorative properties. The use of ashwagandha may help alleviate stress, fatigue, lack of energy and impaired concentration. It is frequently referred to as “Indian Ginseng” because of its rejuvenating properties.

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Shilajit


Considered one of the most important Rasayanas (herbal formulations with antioxidant properties) of Ayurveda, Shilajit is composed of organic material and fulvic acids. This powerful substance can be found in the Himalayas and is collected during the summer months. It is known for its energy and libido enhancing properties. In Sanskrit, shilajit means “conqueror of mountains and destroyer of weakness.”

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Trivalent chromium


Is an essential trace element that's used by some people as a supplement. Perhaps most importantly, chromium forms a compound in the body that seems to enhance the effects of insulin and lower glucose levels.

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Terminalia chebula chebulic myrobalan


Also known as Haritaki, has been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. It is a super antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. It is commonly found throughout India and is one of the components of Triphala, which is one of the most commonly used Ayurvedic herbal formulations. It is a super antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and joint health benefits.

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Terminalia bellerica


Also known as Baheda, Terminalia bellerica is a fruit bearing plant native to India and one of the components of the popular Ayurvedic formulation Triphala. It is a super antioxidant and was historically used for common ailments, like respiratory infections and digestive problems. Recently, it has been discovered that Terminalia bellerica has xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity which can help reduce blood uric acid levels.

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