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A study published in the BMC Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in January demonstrated the efficacy and safety of Tri-Low full extract of amla (Phyllanthus emblica), Indian gooseberry, in alleviating dyslipidemia, a contributing risk factor to the development of atherosclerosis.
Escor Z with additional Zinc is a vitamin C supplement, enriched with Phyllanthus embelica extract, considered as a rich source of Vitamin C which helps fight free radicals, boosts collagen and lightens the skin.
Phyllanthus niruri, commonly known as 'stone breaker', belongs to family Euphorbiaceae is an indigenous plant.
(2014) has reported anti-IBDV activity from ethanol extracts of Glycyrrhiza glabra, Moringa oleifera, Phyllanthus emblicus and Eugenia jambolana.
Acetone, ethanol and methanol extracts of Phyllanthus urinaria inhibit HSV-2.
O presente trabalho tem o objetivo de subsidiar a selecao de especies potenciais para aplicacao em tecnicas de Engenharia Natural atraves da apresentacao e analise de informacoes sobre o desenvolvimento vegetativo das especies Calliandra brevipes, Phyllanthus sellowianus, Pouteria salicifolia, Salix humboldtiana, Salix x rubens e Sebastiania schottiana, sendo estas de habito reconhecidamente reofito e facilmente encontradas nas margens de rios e arroios da Depressao Central do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul.
Psidium guajava Syzygiumcumini Syzygiumsamarangense Myrtaceae Eucalyptus obliqua Palmae Cocos nucifera Phyllanthaceae Phyllanthus acidus Poaceae Bambusa spp.
Mallya, "Formulation and evaluation of a photoprotectant cream containing phyllanthus emblica extractphospholipid complex," JPharmacogn Phytochem, vol.
Lv et al., "Phyllaciduloids A-D: four new cleistanthane diterpenoids from Phyllanthus acidus (L.) skeels," Fitoterapia, vol.
Tannins were purified from Phyllanthus columnaris stem bark methanol extract, which was obtained from previous study.