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  • Title: Saberry® - Multifaceted Antioxidant, Ayurveda's Original Rasayana | ORAC Dense Phytonutrient | Standardized Amla Extract
    Descriptive info: .. Saberry.. is a light colored powder and is processed from carefully chosen, fresh Indian gooseberries by a novel process.. :: More.. is a leader in broad spectrum antioxidant activity, and effectively quenches a variety of harmful free radicals.. has significant potential as digestive aid.. Amla has been traditionally recognized to support digestive functions.. Amla is also known for its hepato protectant.. Several theories have been proposed to account for age-related changes  ...   Corporation Discovers Cosmetic Applications For Saberry.. Sabinsa Corporation’s R D group has found applications for the company’s proprietary multifaceted antioxidant ingredient Saberry.. for cosmetic use.. This color-less, water-soluble ingredient will be useful in cosmetic applications worldwide, with particular interest in hair care, anti-aging Nutricosmetic, and sun care and after sun care formulations.. Home.. |.. Sitemap.. Contact Us.. Copyright.. Sabinsa Corporation.. All Rights Reserved |.. Privacy Policy.. Terms Of Use.. Powered by.. Edkal..

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  • Title: Saberry® - About Saberry®
    Descriptive info: About Saberry:.. is a proprietary, patent pending, extract of fruits of.. Emblica officinalis.. (synonymous with.. Phyllanthus emblica.. ), more commonly known as Amla.. is a light colored powder and is processed from carefully chosen, fresh Amla by a novel process, to retain the natural goodness of the fruits.. from Sabinsa Corporation is standardized to contain a minimum of 10% β‐glucogallin and 50% gallates.. is the result of efforts to prepare an authenticated Amla extract, standardized using a valid biomarker, β-glucogallin.. In‐house studies revealed that β-glucogallin is a more powerful antioxidant molecule, as compared to ascorbic acid.. Amla in the  ...   natural product that potentially increases the body's resistance to stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue.. Amla is considered to be a rasayana herb in Ayurveda.. According to ayurvedic texts, rasayana is generally used to rejuvenate the general health of the body, or aims at enabling the body's maximum potential.. Traditional Uses of Amla:.. In India, the fruit is pickled with salt, oil, and spices, and also converted into jams and preserves.. It is used as a primary ingredient in the ayurvedic rasayana tonic Chyawanprash , and in the herbal composition Triphala where it is mixed with chebulic and beleric myrobalans..

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  • Title: Saberry® - The Science behind Saberry
    Descriptive info: The Science behind Saberry.. :.. The fruits of.. have been reported to contain low molecular weight hydrolysable tannins-emblicanin A and emblicanin B, along with pedunculagin and punigluconin.. Low levels of β-glucogallin and other mucic acid gallates have also been reported in aqueous extracts of.. fruits.. The fruits of Amla have also been considered rich in vitamin C content.. In 2006, Scartezzini.. et al.. proposed a reliable HPLC-DAD (High Performance Liquid Chromatography and Diode Array Detection) for identification and quantification of ascorbic acid, and further indicated that high antioxidant activity is due to a large percentage of presence of ascorbic acid.. In recent years Raghu.. et al.. (2007) compared ascorbic acid content of the fruits by conventional colorimetric estimation, specific enzymatic method and derivative of dehydroascorbic acid and concluded that 100 g of fresh fruit contain 34-38 mg vitamin C.. The presence and quantity of ascorbic acid in Amla has however, remained a debated issue for a long time.. Revisiting Amla Chemistry:.. To elucidate the bioactives responsible for the beneficial effects of Amla, and their contribution towards its antioxidant activity, scientists at Sabinsa Corporation chose to revisit the chemistry of the Indian Gooseberry.. Tannin Chemistry.. The research team at Sabinsa Corporation developed a new HPLC method for the characterization and analysis of the various constituents of Amla extract.. The aqueous extract of the fresh fruits of Amla was separated using preparative reverse  ...   the ascorbic acid content in Amla fruit extracts:.. The fraction corresponding to ascorbic acid peak was isolated by preparative HPLC and evaluated by mass and NMR spectra.. It was found that this fraction contained more than one compound which was different from ascorbic acid.. It was resolved into four peaks using a modified LC-MS method.. In addtion to ascorbic acid the fraction was found to mainly contain mucic acid gallates.. Ascorbic acid content in Amla extracts:.. In order to ensure that there was no chemical degradation of any ascorbic acid, the fresh juice of Amla fruits was obtained and processed with optimum care.. Various batches of fruits were processed under similar conditions and their ascorbic acid content evaluated.. A variety of Amla extract samples were studied and it showed either complete absence of ascorbic acid or trace amounts to a maximum of 4.. 0% w/w.. Even though ascorbic acid was not detected, Saberry.. did show potential antioxidant activity.. This indicated that ascorbic acid is not the most optimal biomarker that reflects the biological potential of Amla.. Thus β-glucogallin is a more optimal and relevant biomarker, and reflects the antioxidant potential of Amla, more accurately than ascorbic acid.. For more information :.. Muhammed Majeed, Beena Bhat, Atul N.. Jadhav, Jyotish S.. Srivastava and Kalyanam Nagabhushanam.. Ascorbic Acid and Tannins from.. Gaertn.. Fruits ‐A Revisit.. J.. Agric.. Food Chem.. , 2009, 57, 220‐225..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Antioxidant Potential of Saberry
    Descriptive info: Antioxidant Potential of Saberry.. :.. Based on scientific evidence, daily antioxidant intake should increase to 3,000 to 5,000 ORAC units per day to reach a significant antioxidant capacity in blood plasma and other tissues.. According to the U.. S.. Department of Agriculture (USDA), current intake is about 1,200 units per day.. Brunswick Laboratory in Wareham, Massachusetts, evaluated the power of Saberry.. using state-of-the-art tests.. The suite of ORAC assays - ORAC, HORAC, NORAC, SORAC and SOAC – are validated tests to measure broad-spectrum antioxidant power.. They are recognized as the premier antioxidant tests available today to the industry, and are used extensively by leading manufacturers.. The ORAC unit is expressed as micromole per gram or liter.. The ORAC analysis provides a measure of the scavenging capacity of antioxidants against peroxyl radical which is one of  ...   (k unitsSODeq/100g).. 10,200.. SOAC (µmol VitE/100g).. 135,100.. is a leader among water soluble phytonutrients in terms of broad spectrum antioxidant activity.. Broad spectrum antioxidant activity is based on the values of.. ORACTotal - [hydrophilic (H-ORAC) and lipophilic (L-ORAC) - Peroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity) expressed as Trolox Equivalent.. HORAC (Hydroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity) expressed as Caffeic Acid Equivalent.. NORAC (Peroxynitrite Radical Absorbance Capacity) expressed as Trolox Equivalent.. SOAC (Singlet Oxygen Absorbance Capacity) expressed as alpha-tocopherol Equivalent.. SOD (Superoxide Dismutase equivalent activity, corresponding to Superoxide Radical Absorbance Capacity).. Based on the enhanced antioxidant potential of β-glucogallin over ascorbic acid as evident in the above graphs, and the inconsistent presence of ascorbic acid in Amla in general, the researchers at Sabinsa concluded that it would be pertinent and more accurate to concentrate on the antioxidant potential of β-glucogallin..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Nutraceutical Applications of Saberry
    Descriptive info: Nutraceutical Applications of Saberry.. has significant potential in the following applications:.. As antioxidant / anti-aging.. As digestive aid.. In diabetes management.. Improvement of liver functions / detoxification.. Antioxidant Potential:.. exhibits significant antioxidant activity and is “ORAC Dense”.. Literature reports validate the antioxidant potential of Amla.. in vivo.. Amla extract inhibits radiation‐induced lipid peroxidation (LPO) in microsomes, and protects SOD in mitochondria.. For the LPO experiment, Amla extract was added in aqueous solution.. The extent of LPO was measured in terms of thiobarbituric acid reactive substances.. It was observed that Amla extract acts as a very good antioxidant against γ-radiation induced LPO.. Similarly, Amla extract was found to inhibit the damage to antioxidant enzyme SOD in rat liver microsomes.. The antioxidant activity of the Amla extract was found to be both dose-and concentration-dependent.. The authors concluded that Amla extract being water-soluble, may scavenge the free radicals responsible for initiating lipid peroxidation.. Digestive Aid:.. Amla fruit has been traditionally used as a digestive aid in India.. It also forms an important constituent of Triphala – an ayurvedic preparation recognized for its role in supporting digestive functions.. Amla is known to improve the stimulation of gastric juices and also support detoxification.. Amla is also reported to have antibacterial and astringent properties that potentially support the management of infections and help in the healing of ulcers.. Rafatullah (2002) demonstrated the gastroprotective effects of Amla.. in rats.. Amla extract was found to possess antisecretory, antiulcer, and cytoprotective properties.. Anti-diabetic Potential:.. Suryanaraya.. (2004) investigated the beneficial role of Amla extract in diabetes induced complications.. Aldose reductase (AR) has been a  ...   the potential to suppress carcinogen‐induced response in rat liver.. The research conducted at Amala Cancer Research Centre in Kerala, India, has found that an extract of.. significantly inhibited hepato‐carcinogenesis induced by N-nitrosodiethylamine (NDEA) in experimental animals.. Fibrosis of the liver is a state of complicated end stage alteration of structure and function due to different etiologies.. There is no established therapy, and the treatment options require long term administration of putative anti‐fibrotics which must be free of side effects.. (fruit) exract reduced the severity of hepatic fibrosis induced by carbon tetrachloride (CCl.. 4.. ) and thioacetamide (TAA).. Improvement in liver function was observed by measuring the levels of aspartate aminotransaminase (AST), alanine aminotransferase (ALT), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) and bilirubin in serum.. Dosage form and Suggested use level:.. can be used in the form of capsules, tablets or incorporated in functional foods.. , being water soluble, can also be conveniently incorporated into various beverages.. Thus Saberry™ finds interesting applications in health and wellness beverages, citrus fruit juices, sports drinks etc.. Depending on the intended use, we suggest that Saberry.. be used at levels ranging from 200 mg to 1000 mg per day in two divided doses.. also finds interesting applications in.. Fruit juices.. Citrus-based beverages.. Noodle flavor packs.. Dusting flavors for products like chips, wafers, cashewnuts, peanuts etc.. Formulary Example.. Instant Iced Tea with Saberry™.. Ingredients.. Percentage.. Sweetener.. 0.. 24/90.. 00.. Instant tea.. 1.. 50.. Green tea.. 10.. Maltodextrin.. Citric acid.. 70.. Malic acid.. Tri-sodium citrate.. 30.. Flavour.. 2.. Add 8 gms in 100ml chilled water and serve.. Each serving provides 200 mg of Saberry.. extract..

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  • Title: Saberry ® - Cosmeceutical Applications of Saberry
    Descriptive info: Cosmeceutical Applications of Saberry.. can find useful applications in:.. Anti aging Cosmetic and Nutricosmetic potential.. Sun Care and After Sun Care formulations.. Hair Care Applications.. Anti-Aging Cosmetic and Nutricosmetic Potential:.. Several theories have been proposed to account for age‐related changes in cell functioning and physiological capability.. The Free Radical Theory of Aging was propounded several decades ago by Prof.. Harman (1956).. Recent scientific evidence validates the supportive role of dietary interventions in healthy aging and longevity.. Free radicals are molecules with one or more unpaired electrons; they seek stability by taking electrons from other molecules (a process called oxidation).. As a consequence, free radicals damage the molecules from which they take electrons, leading to cell damage, impaired functioning, and even cell death.. The prime molecules in the body that are damaged by free radicals are DNA, lipids, and proteins.. A bioactive that has the capacity to scavenge the free radicals formed, is regarded as an antioxidant.. is proven to have a significant antioxidant potential.. Amla extract offers broad-spectrum protection against heavy metals.. Amla extract helps protect the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals and heavy metal‐induced oxidative stress.. Several animal studies have shown that Amla can help prevent a toxic build-up of heavy metals caused by frequent exposure to metals like aluminium, lead and nickel.. When vitamin C alone was used, equivalent to that found in Amla fruit only partial protection from heavy metals was provided.. A standardized extract of.. was found to have a long lasting and broad spectrum antioxidant activity.. The product has no pro‐oxidation activity induced by iron and/or copper because of its iron and copper chelating ability.. These play a significant role in the use of Amla extract in anti-aging formulations.. Amla has even been proven to almost completely prevent DNA and cell damage  ...   an anti-aging ingredient.. Sun Care And After Sun Care Formulations.. was also found to possess significant potential as a UVA and UVB protectant.. Photoprotective Activity Against UVA And UVB Rays Saberry™.. Melanin Inhibition in B16 F1 Cells IC50 (µg/ml) UV.. 12 µg/ml.. B protection in Swiss 3T3 Cells EC50 (µg/ml).. (effective concentration for 50% UV protection).. 41.. 2 µg/ml.. UV A protection in Swiss 3T3 Cells EC50 (µg/ml).. 14 µg/ml.. With the added advantage of its potential antioxidant activity, Saberry.. can help in the management of sunlight induced photodamage.. Hair Care Applications.. Amla has a long tradition in being used for improving the health of hair and scalp.. It is widely used in hair care preparations as a natural hair conditioner.. The most commonly implicated androgen in hair loss is dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which is a very potent form of testosterone.. It is generated in the body by the conversion of testosterone by the enzyme 5-alpha reductase.. It stands to reason that if we could decrease the amount of this enzyme, 5-alpha reductase, in the blood or in the hair follicles, less testosterone would be converted to DHT, and therefore DHT levels would be lower.. Inhibitors of 5-alpha reductase thus help in hair fall management.. was found to exhibit 5-alpha reductase inhibitory activity (about 80% inhibition at a concentration of 250 µg/ml), validating its potential applications in hair care products.. Dosage form and suggested use level:.. can be used in the form of capsules or tablets for nutricosmetic applications.. For topical application it can be conveniently used in the form of creams, sprays, serums, gels and lotions.. be used at levels of 0.. 2% to 1.. 0% w/w in topical formulations.. finds useful application in the following formulations:.. Anti-aging Creams Lotions.. Skin-lightening Creams Lotions.. Sun Care After Sun Care Creams Lotions..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Global Contact.. USA:.. Sabinsa Corporation – NJ.. 20 Lake Drive, East Windsor.. NJ 08520-5321.. O:.. +1.. 732.. 777.. 1111.. F:.. 1443.. E:.. info@sabinsa.. com.. W:.. www.. sabinsa.. Sabinsa Corporation – UT.. 750 S.. Innovation Circle.. Payson, UT 84651.. 801.. 465.. 8400.. 8600.. info.. utah@sabinsa.. Sabinsa Corporation, founded in 1988, is a manufacturer and supplier of herbal extracts, cosmeceuticals, minerals and specialty fine chemicals.. Sabinsa’s mission is to provide alternative and complementary natural products for human nutrition and well‐being.. Over the past ten years, Sabinsa has brought to market more than 50 standardized botanical extracts and privately funded several clinical studies in conjunction with prestigious institutions in support of these products.. Its present operations have grown to employ 1000 people  ...   Australia Pty Ltd.. +61 02 9356 2211.. +61 02 9356 2308.. australia@sabinsa.. au.. China.. Sabinsa China.. +86 025 52389432, 52389433.. +86 025 52389436.. marketing@sabinsa.. cn.. cn.. Europe:.. Sabinsa Europe GmbH.. +49 6103 27011 11.. +49 6103 270 1127.. sabinsa.. europe@sabinsa.. sabinsaeurope.. India, South East Asia:.. Sami Labs Limited.. +91 80 2839 7973 - 75, 78.. +91 80 2837 3035.. mail@samilabs.. samilabs.. Japan:.. Sabinsa Japan Corporation.. +81 3 5979 7240.. +81 3 5979 7241.. co.. jp.. South Africa:.. Sabinsa SA.. (Pty) Ltd.. +27 11 326 1238.. +27 86 546 1252.. sa@sabinsa.. “The vision of a research scientist takes on social and commercial expressions.. ” This in short explains the genesis and growth of the Sabinsa – Sami Labs Group of Companies..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Press Releases
    Descriptive info: Press Releases:.. April 7, 2010.. East Windsor, N.. J:.. Sabinsa Corporation s R D group has found applications for the company s proprietary multifaceted antioxidant ingredient Saberry.. Sabinsa will showcase Saberry in stand A104 at in-cosmetics, April 13 - 15, 2010 at the Paris Porte de Versailles, Paris, France.. Staged every spring in a major European city for the past 20 years, in-cosmetics brings together the world s leading cosmetics suppliers, R D production and marketing specialists, showcasing a diverse range of innovative cosmetics ingredients and services.. , a patent pending natural extract of Amla (Indian gooseberry) recently described in a peer-reviewed publication, is an antioxidant super fruit used in the Ayurvedic tradition as a rasayana , or tonic, in multiple compositions to support general health maintenance and the management of various health conditions.. It is a rejuvenating herb known to increase resistance to stress, making it ideal for anti-aging cosmetic products.. Sabinsa discovered new standardized bio-markers prior to introducing the product in January 2009.. Saberry is a light colored powder and is processed from carefully chosen, fresh Indian gooseberries using proprietary technology to preserve efficacy.. Amla extract helps protect against the  ...   micromol TE/100g* (ORACTotal + NORAC), HORAC of 34,500 micromol CAE/100g* and SOAC value of 135,100 micromol VitE/100g*.. *TE/g: Trolox Equivalent/100g, VitE/g: alpha-tocopherol Equivalent/100g, CAE/g: Caffeic Acid Equivalent/100g.. Cumulative ORAC is the sum of the values of ORACTotal (hydrophilic and lipophilic Peroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity), SORAC (Superoxide Radical Absorbance Capacity), NORAC (Peroxynitrite Radical Absorbance Capacity), HORAC (Hydroxyl Radical Absorbance Capacity) and SOAC (Singlet Oxygen Absorbance Capacity).. These values were determined at Brunswick Labs, MA, using their state of the art techniques for evaluating the antioxidant potential of natural materials.. For more information on Saberry.. please visit.. saberry.. net.. Sabinsa's mission is to provide alternative and complementary natural products for human nutrition and well-being.. Over the past 20 years, Sabinsa has brought to market more than 100 standardized botanical extracts and privately funded several clinical studies in conjunction with prestigious institutions in support of these products.. With more than 100+ scientists working full time conducting ongoing research both in India and the United States, Sabinsa continues to develop and patent phytonutrients for the world market.. All products intended for human consumption are certified Kosher, with many certified Halal.. For more information, visit.. and.. sabinsacosmetics..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Site Map
    Descriptive info: Site Map.. About Saberry..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Privacy Policy
    Descriptive info: Privacy Policy :.. We, Sabinsa Corporation, consider your privacy as very important to us.. Our Privacy Policy has stipulated guidelines to ensure your privacy is protected.. The following guidelines ensure that the information we collect about you are not misused.. If you choose to give us personal information via the Internet that we or our business partners may need -- to correspond with you, process an information request or provide you with a download, for example -- it is our intent to let you know how we will use such information.. If you tell us that you do not wish to have this information used as a basis for further contact with you, we will respect your wishes.. We do not analyze the data which track the domain from which people visit us to identify you personally.. Except in circumstances where the law of the land requires us to disclose the information we will not disclose the information about you to any third party..  ...   Corporation is or may become involved in (a) if it required to do so, (b) if it reasonably believes that such disclosures will potentially mitigate its liability, or (c) to enforce its rights.. In the case that Sabinsa Corporation sold substantially all of its assets or was acquired (or went out of business or entered bankruptcy), customer information is typically one of the business assets that is transferred in connection with such a transaction.. You acknowledge that such transfers may occur and that any acquirer of Sabinsa Corporation may continue to use your personal information as set forth in this policy.. Security:.. This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse, and/or alteration of information under our control.. The data resides behind a firewall, with access restricted to authorized Sabinsa personnel.. Contacting the Web Site:.. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this Web site, you can contact.. Sabinsa Corporation:..

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  • Title: Saberry® - Terms of Use
    Descriptive info: Terms of Use :.. PLEASE READ THESE TERMS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS WEB SITE.. USING THIS WEB SITE INDICATES THAT YOU ACCEPT THESE TERMS.. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS WEB SITE IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THESE TERMS.. By using this Site, you agree to the terms and conditions which constitute the entire agreement between Sabinsa Corporation and you.. These Terms supersede all prior and contemporaneous representations, warranties and understandings, whether oral or written with respect to the Site, its contents and any services provided on the site.. In the event of any conflict between these Terms and any agreement or understanding related to the Site, the Terms shall control.. Material on this website is protected under the copyright law and is the property of the Sabinsa Corporation.. All rights in this material are reserved.. The information and images presented here may not under any circumstances be reproduced or used without prior written permission.. Users may view and download material from this site only for personal, non-commercial home use.. Any act to reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, distribute or publicly display material from this website without the written permission of Sabinsa Corporation will constitute an infringement of  ...   material submitted by users.. The User understands and acknowledges that any links which takes the User to third party sites is not maintained by Sabinsa Corporation and Sabinsa Corporation's privacy policy does not apply.. This link is provided to you for convenience and does not serve as an endorsement by Sabinsa Corporation of any information or contacts that you may find on this non-Sabinsa Corporation site.. Under no circumstances, including but not limited to negligence, will Sabinsa Corporation be liable for special or consequential damages that result from the use or inability to use the materials in this site.. This agreement is effective until terminated by either party.. You may terminate this agreement at any time by discontinuing your use of this site and destroying all materials obtained from it.. By using this Site you agree that these terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction of the State of New Jersey, USA, without regard to its conflict of laws rules.. By using this Site you also agree that any litigation arising out of or in connection with these Terms shall be brought in the courts of New Jersey jurisdiction..

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