Dozens of clinical trials around the globe, both blinded and unblinded, peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed, invitro and vitro have all studied the benefits of AMLA (also known as Amalika or Indian Gooseberry) for serious and non-serious ailments.
The results below are based on an independent study performed by KLE University’s College of Pharmacy, which examined the antioxidant activity and the bioavailability profile of an identical formulation to AMLApureSuperC™ as compared to Ascorbic Acid (Synthetic Vitamin C), the comparator as per both ORAC Assay & High-performance liquid chromatography, HPLC
AMLA was found to have a 25% higher Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) value when compared to 100% pure Ascorbic Acid (synthetic Vitamin C). Thus clearly establishing that AMLA is an effective scavenger of free radicals (an antioxidant)
The same study further revealed that Amla absorbed 400% faster into the bloodstream when compared to traditional, synthetic Vitamin C with blood levels peaking a 500% greater concentration with Amla as compared to synthetic Vitamin C for a sustained 10 hours post single dose administration.
Additionally, the data suggests surplus Vitamin C (> 400 uG/ML) was excreted for approximately two hours resulting in a large amount of AMLA avoiding the kidneys and thereby being absorbed from the bloodstream and into the body’s critical organ pathways
AMLA was found to possess a profound and sustained absorption profile in conjunction with a verifiably, significant antioxidant capacity.