Centella Asiatica Extract

Centella Extract Manufacturer In India
Natural Extract With High Purity


Phyto Life Science introduces broad varieties of customized Indian Centella asiatica extract with Unique Features to meet consumer’s specific requirements in Healthcare, Food & Cosmetic industries

  • Botanical Name: Centella Asiatica
  • Common Name: Mandukparni, Gotukala, Jal Brahmi
  • Parts used: Herb
  • Principal Constituents of Crude Herb :Triterpenoids, Saponins, Asiaticosides, Asiatic Acid


The plant is commonly known as Gotu Kola, Asiatic pennywort, Indian pennywort or Spadeleaf and belongs to Umbelliferae/Apiaceae family. The plant medicinal properties have long been utilized by the people of Java and Indonesia. it is indigenously called as Gotu kola, and over 2000 years ago, it was one of the documented “miracle elixirs of life”. Herbal medicines can be used as adaptogens, these plant derived drugs either reduce stress reactions in the alarm phase and provide a certain degree of safety against long-term stress. C. asiatica (Umbelliferae) syn. Hydrocotyleasiatica is used to treat various ailments across India.In our herbal extract taking consideration of consumers need oil is enriched for the phytocostituents which are useful.

Constituents and Active Compounds:

C. asiatica has been reported to contain a vast number of compounds belonging to different chemical classes. The major chemical class found in this plant is triterpene saponosides. The major ones are known as asiatic acid, madecassic acid (6-hydroxy-asiatic acid), asiaticoside, madecassoside, and madasiatic acid, betulinic acid, thankunic acid, and isothankunic acid. Moreover, There are some other triterpenes such as brahmic acid, centellin, centellicin, asiaticin, bayogenin, terminolic acid, 3β,6β,23-trihydroxyolean-12-en-28-oic acid, 3β,6β,23-trihydroxyurs-12-en-28-oic acid, 3-O-[α-L-arabinofuranosyl] 2α,3β,6β,23-α tetrahydroxyurs-12-en-28-oic acid, centellasapogenol A, centellasaponins A-D, ursolic acid, pomolic acid, 3-epimaslinic acid, 23-O acetylmadecassoside, and 23-O-acetylasiaticoside B.Presence of several flavonoid derivatives such as quercetin, kaempferol, patuletin, rutin, apigenin, castilliferol , castillicetin, and myricetin has been reported in C. asiatica.

Supports Overall Health, Wellness, and Comfort:

Centella asiaticaherbal extract is cost effective and biologically potent with formulation application as follows:

  • Used in cognitive function, antidepressant and as neuroprotective
  • Used as antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant & anti-diabetic
  • Used in the treatment of cancer & wound healing

Raw Material

Collection of raw material in proper season from various regions of India. Authentication and Standardization of botanical species carried out respectively.

Extraction Process

Our organization adopted USP based methods for extraction to maintain quality, safety & efficacy of our product by following GMP. For enrichment of herbal extract we optimized & monitored critical process parameters to achieve desire end product which conserve its natural aroma and taste to satisfy consumers need. Product is processed & stored under strictly hygienic production environment.

Unique Features

Phyto Life Science is always taking consideration of consumer’s requirement by providing them versatile products with below unique features:

  • Enriched phytoconstituents
  • Prolong shelf life
  • Availability  of accelerated stability study data 
  • Long lasting natural aroma & taste

Grades Available

Powder, Liquid and Oil soluble version available,


  • Applied in  Nutraceuticals to enhance health benefits
  • Applied in food and beverages
  • Applied in cosmetics, flavors & fragrance industry  

Important Note :-The information presented in this is for informational, reference and educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as a substitute for diagnosis and treatment by a health care professional. Although, the information presented about product is based on material provided by researchers and sources deemed reliable, we do not presume to give medical advice. The information presented here is the base on various Ayurveda & other book references and some market literatures and books and published papers. Anyone wishing to use this information should share it with his or her health care provider before embarking on any therapeutic program. It is your responsibility to discuss any alternative or natural remedy with your health care provider before use.