• What is Saberry?

    Saberry, an extract of Amla fruit, Emblica officinalis is

    • A water soluble, powerful antioxidant, verified by state-­of-­the-­art tests
    • An adaptogen in Ayurvedic medicine
    • No solvent is used to extract Saberry; the fresh fruits of Emblica officinalis or Amla is pulped at less than 5°C, extracted by cold press and cold spray-­dried
    • Saberry is Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)
  • What are the constituents of Saberry?
    • Saberry contains 10 to 12% of ß-­glucogallin and 50 to 60% of gallate
    • Gallic acid up to 5%, other organic matters of plant origin and water up to 39%
  • What are the potential nutraceutical benefits of Saberry?
    • In Ayurvedic medicine, Amla is a booster of body’s capacity to resist stress, trauma, anxiety and fatigue and a rejuvenator. Amla is a priority ingredient of a Rasayana formula that supports longevity and potency
    • Amla extract has shown strong antioxidative activity against oxidative stress caused by heavy metal (arsenic) exposure, radiation and uremia∗
    • Induces apoptosis helping support bone and joint function∗
    • Supports the stomach and liver function∗
    • Supports healthy blood sugar levels and associated complications∗
    • Anti-­microbial∗
  • What are the potential cosmeceutical benefits of Saberry?
    • Wound healing∗
    • Inducer of collagen synthesis and inhibitor of matrix metalloproteinases (anti-­aging)∗
    • Photoprotective, which prevents sun damage of skin (anti-­aging)∗
    • Prevents hair loss interfering with the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone∗
  • Are Amla fruits sustainably harvested?
    • Amla fruits are sustainably cultivated in India
    • Carefully chosen fresh fruits are processed
  • Is Saberry prepared from genetically-­modified (GMO) Amla?

    No, Amla, from which fruit Saberry is extracted is not GMO

  • Is Saberry an ODI (Old Dietary Ingredient)?
    • Yes, Saberry is an Old Dietary Ingredient
    • Saberry can therefore be marketed immediately, without the need for pre-­market NDI notification
  • What is the suggested daily dose?

    The suggested dose is 200 mg to 1000 mg in two divided doses

  • What are suggested available forms of delivery?
    • In nutraceuticals, Saberry can be prepared in forms of capsules and tablets
    • In the food industry, it is in powder form, as a food additive in various beverages, noodle flavor packs and dusting flavors for products like chips, wafers, cashew nuts and peanuts etc
  • What is the recommended cosmeceutical percentage?

    0.2% to 1% w/w in topical formulations

  • Is Saberry manufactured in a GMP facility?
    • Our manufacturing facilities are GMP and located in India
    • They are FDA-­inspected and passed
  • Is Saberry Halal?

    Yes, Saberry is Halal-certified

  • Is Saberry Kosher?

    Yes, Saberry is Halal-certified

  • Is Saberry allergen-­free?

    Yes, Saberry is allergen-­free