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Turmeric Extract

Place of origin: China
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The turmeric plant has the botanical name of "Curcuma Longa Linn.", and is a member of the Zingiberaceae or ginger family. Its source is India but it is now cultivated in China and elsewhere. The turmeric plant grows to 1 metre in height and has long oblong leaves. Beneath the foliage, in the ground

Product Name: Turmeric Extract

Effectiveness: Anti-oxidant/Digestive System Health/Antivirus/Antisepsis/Anti-platelet  

Category: Standard Extract      

Active Ingredient: Curcumin

Specifications: 50%, 90%, 95% Curcumin.

Test Methord: HPLC/UV

Apprearance: Bright yellow powder  

Latin Name: Curcuma Longa L.  

Part used: Root 


Effectiveness of use:
1) Anti-oxidant effects.
2) Anti-inflammatory effects, yet it does not irritate the stomach as do many Cox-2 inhibitors.
3) Anti-dyspepsia effects;
4) Breaks up Alzheimer's amyloid-beta oligomers and aggregates in laboratory studies. We await clinical trials in humans.
5) Anti-platelet effects;
6) Causes apoptosis (death) of various malignant cell types including skin, colon, forestomach, duodenum and ovary in laboratory studies. We await clinical trials in humans.
7) Anti-viral effects;
8) Anti-fungal effects;
9) Anti-bacterial effects (inhibits Helicobacter Pylori);
10) Inhibits NFkappaB, 5-lipoxygenase, glutathione S-transferase and cytochrome P-450 isoenzyme 1A1.
11) Health benefits of the spice Turmeric: a study of the elderly in Singapore demonstrated a positive connection between turmeric/curry consumption and cognitive function. Those who ate curry often (more than once a month) or ate it occasionally (once or more in 6 months) performed significantly better at the Mini-Mental State Examination than did those who ate curry less than once a month. (American Journal of Epidemiology 11/2006.)
Detail information:

Turmeric Extract is a bright yellow/orange polyphenol having the form of a dry powder that is oil-soluble. The concentrate has neither flavor nor aroma. It colors food readily if there is oil present. The medicinal properties and health benefits of turmeric extract are attributed partly to its strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory characteristics.

Turmeric extract is derived from the root of the turmeric plant first by drying and then by separation using a solvent. There are 18 times more curcuminoids in the concentrate than in the natural spice which is simply a powdered form of the dried root. The concentrate is also known as Curcumin.

Turmeric extract has attracted the attention of researchers in the fields of Alzheimer's Disease, Memory Deficits, Arthritis, Cancer, including Breast Cancer and Diabetes. In laboratory experiments on rodents, Curcuma can break up the Alzheimer's amyloid-beta polymers, suppress arthritic inflammation, induce apoptosis in some cancer types and improve insulin sensitivity. Human trials of Curcuma for some illnesses are underway.

Customer support:

1. What content specification you can supply?
We can supply 50%, 90%, 95%, or customized. 

2. What is the test method of turmeric extract?
The test method is HPLC/UV.

3. What is the particle size of turmeric extract?
Particle size: 100% pass through 80 mesh sieve.

4. What is the extract solvents of turmeric extract?
Water and ethanol.

5. How you control the pesticide residue?
We control it from choosing raw materials to keep the pesticide residue in the lowest level.

6. What is the content of Heavy metals and Arsenic?
Heavy metals (as Pb): <10ppm
Arsenic (as AS2O3): <2ppm

7. What is your storage condition for turmeric extract?
It should be stored in cool and dry place.

8. What is the shelf time of the turmeric extract?
2 years when properly stored.

9. What is the Payment?
The payments are T/T, West Union, Paypal.

10. What is the Method of delivery?
By Air, By Sea, By express which are UPS, DHL, TNT and EMS.