I'm not sure I understand the question. I've only heard of diastatic power in terms of different malted grains.
e.g. 2-row barley is rather high in diastatic power and makes it a common base malt. however CaraPils has no enzymes and must be mashed with other grains to extract any sugars out of it.
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