Phyllanthus Emblica aka Indian Gooseberry

Amla is native to India and is an adaptogenic plant that has been used for over 3,000 years in Ayurvedic medicine for its role in longevity and healthy aging.


Improve skin tone
Boost hydration
Improve skin texture
Support healthy aging
Support cell repair
Promote longevity

How it works:

The plant contains high levels of natural bioactive compounds such as tannins, alkaloids, polyphenols, flavonoids, and Vitamin C. Containing a high natural abundance of low molecular tannins, research has shown that these compounds can promote healthy aging of the skin by reducing reactive oxygen species (ROS) that are responsible for photoaging, dryness and uneven pigmentation. The Amla fruit extract used in AM YOUTH BOOST is standardized to contain 40% natural tannins.

Safe and Effective Dosage:

Amla fruit extracts and whole fruit have been used in clinical trials at safe and effective dosages up to 3 grams.

Our dosage:

100 mg





"Therapeutic effects of amla in medicine and dentistry: A review"


Emblica officinalis (Amla) is widely used in the Indian system of medicine and believed to increase defense against diseases.

Amla is called amalaki in Sanskrit. It is one of the oldest oriental medicines mentioned in Ayurveda as potential remedy for assorted ailments. A wide range of phytochemical components present in amla including alkaloids, tannins, and flavonoids have been shown to procure useful biological activities.

It is an ingredient of many Ayurvedic medicines and tonics as it removes excessive salivation and internal body heat. Research has been done with amla evaluating its role as an antioxidant. Amla is useful in ulcer prevention, for diabetic patients, and for memory effects.

Amla Tonic has a hematinic and lipalytic function useful in scurvy, prevents indigestion, and controls acidity as well as it is a natural source of anti-aging.


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"Low molecular-weight tannins of Phyllanthus emblica: Anti-aging effects"


P. emblica (syn. Emblica officinalis) is one of the important Ayurvedic (science of life)herbs in India, and has been used for thousands of years for a wide variety of human ailments.

Its status ranges from insignificant in the western world to highly-prized in tropical Asia. The fruits are selected, harvested and processed according to strict criteria to ensure a consistently high quality product.

Emblica antioxidant is extracted from premium quality fruits using a water-based process(US Patent 6,124,268 and several US and foreign pending patents).

Emblica antioxidant is distinctly different from other commercially available extracts of P. emblica fruits as it is defined to the extent of well over 50% (typically, 60 to70%) in terms of its key chemicalcomponents.12,13

None of the extracts of P. emblica in the market compare to Emblica antioxidant in composition and consistency of composition, aqueous stability and colour.

The low molecular weight (<1,000)hydrolyzable tannins, namely Emblicanin Aand Emblicanin B, along with Pedunculagin and Punigluconin are the key ingredients in Emblica antioxidant.12–14 In nature, Emblicanin A and Emblicanin B have only been found in P. emblica plant.14,15Emblica antioxidant has been standardised 16 by using high performance thin layer chromatography (HPTLC).

Alternatively, the product can be standardised by using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)

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