Minggu, 27 Juli 2014

Saberry®, ORAC Dense Phytonutrient from Sabinsa Patented Phytonutrient: US8247003 & NZ598630

Saberry® is an ORAC Dense Phytonutrient™ extracted from the fruits of Emblica officinalis or the Indian gooseberry (Amla). Conventionally, Amla extracts has been mainly promoted in and as a dietary supplement that is rich in ascorbic acid or with Vitamin C as the biomarker. Further, for the past 10 years, while some scientific work questioned the validity of ascorbic acid as a biomarker in Amla, there have also been extensive research articles wherein Amla extract was supposedly characterized for Emblicanins A&B.

Traditional Knowledge
Amla is considered to be a “rasayana” herb in Ayurveda (Indian traditional medicine). According to the Ayurvedic texts, “rasayana” is generally used to rejuvenate the body, improve general health and enable the body to perform to its maximum potential. It is used as a primary ingredient in ayurvedic rasayana tonic “Chyawanprash”, and in the herbal composition “Triphala” where it is mixed with chebulic and beleryc myrobalans.
Isolation, Characterization & Commercialization
The research team at Sami Labs Isolated, Characterized and Commercialized the FIRST correctly standardized extract of the Amla fruits.  Saberry® is the result of efforts to prepare an authenticated Amla extract, standardized using a valid biomarker, b-glucogallin. Saberry® is standardized to contain a minimum of 10% b-Glucogallin and 50% Gallates.
Saberry® is a light colored powder unlike the earlier light-to-dark brown powders, making it suitable for the beverage industry, food applications, cosmetics and nutraceutical applications.
Antioxidant potential of Saberry®
Brunswick Laboratory in Wareham, Massachusetts, evaluated the efficacy of Saberry® using state-of-the-art ORAC tests.
ORAC Values of Saberry®
Broad spectrum antioxidant activity is based on the values of ORACTotal [hydrophilic (H-ORAC) and lipophilic  (L-ORAC)- Peroxyl Radical Absorbance  Capacity)], HORAC (Hydroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity). NORAC (Peroxynitrite Radical Absorbance Capacity), SOAC (Singlet Oxygen Absorbance Capacity), and SOD (superoxide dismutase equivalent activity, corresponding to Superoxide Radical Absorbance Capacity).

Saberry® is a  leader among water soluble  phytonutrients in terms of broad spectrum antioxidant activity, showing a  combined  ORAC value of  358,600 µmol TE/100g* (*TE/g: Trolox Equivalent/100g, VitE/g: alpha- tocopherol Equivalent/100g, CAE/g: Caffeic Acid Equivalent/100g).
Key Benefits of Saberry®
Saberry® has been extensively studied for various benefits and found to have a multi-faceted potential, thus confirming Ayurveda’s recognition of Amla as a “Rasayana or Adaptogen.”
Some of benefits from Saberry®:
Saberry® was found to have significant liver care potential, better than Silymarin, the well known hepatoprotective phytonutrient.
Saberry® possessed potential Aldose reductase inhibitory activity (IC50 = 54 µg/ml), thus can help in the management of Diabetic Retinopathy.
Saberry® was shown to prevent cellular damage resulting from toxicity due to various heavy metals.
Saberry® has a significant potential to inhibit melanogenesis, hence finds interesting applications a skin lightening agent.
Saberry® has a significant Hair care and Skin care potential as it protects the Dermal papilla cells and the Fibroblast cells from UV damage.

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