Health benefits of phyllanthus urinaria
 This article includes:
 • Health benefits
 • Possible side effects
 • Choice of use and storage
 phyllanthus urinaria is a genus of flowering plants used as herbal medicine. Commonly used in healing in traditional Vietnamese and Chinese medicine, species such as Echinacea emblica, also known as forest tamarind, and Echinacea niruri, have long been considered a medicinal remedy. safe and effective medication for liver disorders and a variety of other medical conditions. Source:
 Dipterocarpus is grown all over the world in tropical and subtropical climates. Available as a functional food, the leaves and roots of the plant can be used to make teas, decoctions, tinctures, and extracts of the medicinal plant that are widely used in medicine today. Diep Ha Chau can also use fresh leaves and buds on the skin to treat sores and rashes, source . 
 Note: It is also known by several names as
 • Gale
 • Plants and leaves
 • Seeds under leaves
 Health benefits
 Phyllanthus extract has been used in traditional Vietnamese and Indian medicine systems for over 2,000 years, where it is thought to be able to prevent or treat a variety of unrelated health conditions. Medicines containing phyllanthus urinaria extract in traditional medicine are widely used to treat liver disorders, the effects of which are due to chlorophyll niruri extract, soure .
 Other conditions commonly treated by chlorophyll include:
 • Bladder infections
 • Diabetes
 • Skin diseases
 • Heavy menstrual bleeding
 • Hepatitis B
 • Infectious diarrhea
 • Chronic kidney disease
 • Skin infections
 • Urinary tract infections
 The evidence supporting these health claims is generally weak. With that said, there is evidence that chlorophyllum extract can aid in the treatment of certain liver or kidney diseases. Here's what some current research says: Source: (Note online)
 Liver failure
 Scientists have found that certain species of chlorophyll may help prevent inflammation and liver damage. According to a 2012 study in the journal Pharmaceutical Biology, extracts of chlorophyll and phyllanthus were able to protect liver cells (called hepatocytes) from oxidative stress when exposed to hydrogen peroxide for an extended period of time. series of in vitro studies.
 The results are supported by a 2017 study published in the journal Nutrients, in which a 50% extract of phyllanthus niruri appeared to halt the progression of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). ) in mice. Not only was the extract able to normalize liver enzymes, but there were also no signs of fibrosis (scarring) in liver tissue samples. These effects are due to a plant-based polyphenol called phyllanthin, which is found only in the genus Phyllanthus, source .
 Further research is needed to determine whether similar effects can be achieved in humans.

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