Amla Extract Powder 40% Tannins Titrimetry
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Amla Extract Powder 40% Tannins Titrimetry

Product Overview

Botanical Name: Phyllanthus emblica
Plant Part Used: Fruit
Processing Method: Extraction

The highly potent and nutritious Amla is believed to have healing properties. Its bioactive constituents are a powerful source of antioxidants. Calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, protein, fiber and Vitamin C can be found in abundance to provide great benefits to the human body. Amla has been widely used in Ayurveda and herbal formulations like 'Chaywanprash' and believed to be an immuno-modulator.

QC Documents

  • Product Type:
    Raw Material/Extract
  • Product Category:
    Herbal Ingredients
  • Product Sub Category:
    Herbal
  • Product Mix Category:
    Conventional Extract Powders
  • Country of Origin:
    India
  • Package Type:
    25.00Kg Kg Drum
  • Vendor Name:
    IndoVedic Nutrients

Nutrition Facts

100 servings per container

Serving Size

Calories
per serving 395.2
Amount/serving % Daily Value*
Total Fat 0.8g 0.00%
Saturated Fat 0g 0.00%
Trans Fat 0g %
Cholesterol 0mg 0.00%
Sodium 0mg 0.00%
Amount/serving % Daily Value*
Total Carbohydrate 89g 29.67%
Dietary Fiber 15.5g %
Total Sugars 0g %
Includes 0g Added Sugars 0.00%
Protein 8g 16.00%
Vitamin D 0mcg 0.00% Calcium 997.2mg 76.69% Iron 157.5mg 872.22% Potassium 5348.4mg 113.79%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

FAQs

We provide dry extract for amla.

Total tannins can be identified by different methods. The identification method used in this extract for the determination of tannins is titrimetry. We provide amla extract with 40% tannins by titrimetry/gravimetry.

We can provide amla extract with different concentrations on tannins. The tannins concentration is not less than 40%.

We provide amla extract powder with moisture content below 5%. More Moisture content increases the risk of biological hazard and as we control MC below 5% hence our product ensures better control on microbial growth.

We provide amla extract powder which is more than 70 % water-soluble.

No, they are not exactly the same. Loss on drying is determined by heating the sample below its melting point in an oven and it includes all volatile matter including water content and solvents while water content is determined by the Karl Fischer titration method and it consists of only water i.e moisture content.

We provide products with ash value not more than 5% It is the residue remaining after incineration of the drug or plant part. Ash value represents the amount of inorganic salts naturally occurring in the ingredient and adhering to it. It also includes inorganic matter which helps to identify adulteration. Ash value greater than 5% is an indicator of the addition of inorganic metal salts in the product.

We accept ash value below 5% because more content of ash value represents more impurities or adulteration which adversely affects human health when consumed.

The plant part used in this extract is fruit.