Natural Organic Acorus Calamus Root Extract Powder
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|Minimum Order Quantity :||25KG||Packaging Details :||Sample：1kg/bag with Polyethylene bag. Orders: Professional Drum with Net Weight 25kg|
|Delivery Time :||7-15 days||Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability :||1000kg per month|
|Place of Origin:||CHINA||Brand Name:||HONGDA|
|Part:||Flower||Appearance:||Blue Fine Powder|
|Product Name:||Butterfly Pea Extract||Test Method:||TLC|
|Application:||Health-care Products; Food Products; Cosmetic Products||Specification:||10：1|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years||Color:||Blue|
|Latin Name:||Clitoria Ternatea|
TLC Butterfly Pea Flower Extract,
Organic Butterfly Pea Flower Extract Powder,
Blue Butterfly Pea Flower Extract Powder
|Product name:||Butterfly Pea Extract|
|Color:||Blue Fine Powder|
|Particle Size:||100% pass 80 mesh|
|Loss on drying:||≤5.00%|
|Acid insoluble Ash:||≤5.0%|
|Heavy metals(as Pb):||≤10ppm|
|Total microbacterial count:||NMT10000cfu/g|
|Total Yeast & Mold:||NMT1000cfu/g|
Butterfly pea flower, madder and isatidis are all natural water-soluble plant dyes. Butterfly pea flower is purple when directly soaked in water, or cyan when added with lemon. It can be used for dyeing food such as rice, tea, cakes, etc. Moreover, butterfly pea flower is rich in anthocyanins, vitamins and other substances, which can enhance food while coloring food. nutritional value.
Dai people in Thailand and Xishuangbanna, Yunnan have been eating butterfly pea flower for hundreds of years. Every year during the Water-Splashing Festival on March 3, the local people pick butterfly pea flowers and soak the rice together with butterfly pea flowers to make traditional purple rice, which symbolizes good luck and good luck.
Many cold drink shops will produce various creative starry sky series Butterfly Pea products: Butterfly Pea Flower Milk Tea, Butterfly Pea Flower Milk, Butterfly Pea Flower Snow Swallow, Butterfly Pea Flower Sprite and other products, Butterfly Pea Flower has become the "star of dyeing" in the beverage industry. In some restaurants, butterfly pea flower tea is usually regarded as a noble welcome tea to receive VIPs.
With the popularity of butterfly pea flower, many consumers have created a variety of butterfly pea flower delicacies, such as nourishing sweet soup (bird's nest, peach gum, etc.), tea combination (roselle, lemon, peach blossom, other combination scented tea), drinks Combination (sprite, milk, milk tea, jelly, etc.), pastries (toast, cake), gourmet (noodles, rice balls, dumplings), etc.
Benefits of butterfly pea
1) Butterfly pea Is Effective for Weight Loss
With increasing awareness regarding the health risks associated with obesity, more and more people are looking for ways to lose weight and stay fit.
According to one study published in the International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, butterfly pea helps with weight loss by preventing and fighting against fatty liver disease.
Fatty liver disease is responsible for causing weight gain, especially in the belly area. butterfly pea helps burn belly fat by protecting against fatty liver disease.
The hero compound in butterfly pea is the catechin EGCG, epigallocatechin gallate, which speeds up the calorie-burning process by boosting the metabolism a boost.
Antioxidants found in butterfly pea have shown anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties which helps to detoxify the body and shed water weight accumulated due to water retention.
Enjoy a cup of this gorgeous colored drink after meals to detoxify and boost your metabolism.
2) Butterfly pea Is an All-Natural Paracetamol
If you are down with a fever with nothing but butterfly pea in your pantry, fret not because you have an all-natural paracetamol.
Findings from the journal Phytomedicine revealed that butterfly pea was shown to have antipyretic properties and mimic effects similar to that of paracetamol, a pain reliever, and a fever reducer.
According to one investigation, butterfly pea extract, when given in doses ranging from 200- 400 milligrams, was shown to significantly reduce the body temperature for up to five hours of ingesting the extract. butterfly pea helps reduce fever by causing blood vessels underneath the skin to expand; this cools the blood by increasing the blood flow and reducing the temperature.
So the next time you feel a headache coming on, you can try reaching for your kettle and some butterfly pea.
3) Butterfly pea Is Beneficial for Eye Health
Butterfly pea is also referred to as “Bunga Telang”, which means “clear vision”, and it is highly beneficial for maintaining strong and healthy eyes.
The people of Bali use butterfly pea as a natural remedy to treat eye ailments. The beverage is also quite popular in Indonesia for the same reason.
The butterfly pea plant, Clitoria Ternatea, is packed with health-boosting antioxidants. One such antioxidant is proanthocyanidin, which is responsible for increasing blood flow to the capillaries of the eyes. This makes butterfly pea effective in treating retinal damage, glaucoma, or blurred vision.
Just remember the slogan, butterfly pea for Clarity when your eyes feel tired with too much screen time.
4) Butterfly pea Is Effective Against Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
If a long day at work increases your stress and anxiety, butterfly pea is for you. butterfly pea has been used as a stress reliever since ancient times and has an adaptogenic effect on your body in reducing stress.
Antioxidants found in butterfly pea have been shown to lift moods and relax the nerves, enabling a good night’s sleep. According to one study published in the journal Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, butterfly pea has been shown to have a positive impact on the central nervous system (CNS) of mice.
The study also revealed that butterfly pea has been found effective against depression, stress, and anxiety.
5) Butterfly pea May Be Effective for Diabetics
Diabetes has been directly responsible for 1.6 million deaths in 2016.
While we still don’t have a cure for it, research reveals that the color-changing butterfly pea is Actually effective for diabetics in keeping their sugar levels in check and curing type II diabetes.
butterfly pea inhibits excess glucose absorption from food and therefore helps keep blood sugar levels in check. According to a study conducted on diabetic rats, published in the Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, butterfly pea extract was found to considerably reduce their serum glucose levels and increase their body weight. The study concluded that butterfly pea extract showed anti-diabetic properties similar to that of glibenclamide, an anti-diabetic drug.
6) Butterfly pea Is Good for Heart Health
butterfly pea is packed with antioxidants that not only protect you from infections but are also beneficial for keeping your heart in good shape.
Studies have found butterfly pea to be effective in lowering high cholesterol levels - a major risk factor for heart disease. butterfly pea has been shown to protect against heart diseases by curbing Hyperlipidemia. Hyperlipidemia refers to an abnormally high concentration of lipids or fats in the blood.
It is also responsible for a number of heart diseases including blockage, blood clotting, and heart attack. According to a 2010 Pharmaceutical Biology study, butterfly pea extract, when taken with the herb vigna mungo, lowered serum total cholesterol by a considerable amount. It also showed a significant reduction in triglycerides and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels.
7) Butterfly pea Is Packed with Antioxidants and Has No Caffeine
Why go for supplements when you can get all the antioxidants you need in butterfly pea?
butterfly pea is packed with health-boosting antioxidants; in fact, it is the only tisane whose antioxidant levels are comparable to green tea. Free radicals are responsible for chronic inflammation, low immunity, and a few other diseases, including cancer.
An antioxidant called Proanthocyanidin found in butterfly pea provides protection against oxidative damage done to cells by free radicals. Cyclotides found in butterfly pea are free-radical fighting peptides.
butterfly pea is also rich in flavonoids that boost the immune system and fight off diseases. Furthermore, butterfly pea has also been shown to behave as an expectorant and helps provide relief from cough and asthma.
A big advantage of butterfly pea is that you can get the calming benefits of tea without the jitters caused by caffeine. Since butterfly pea isn’t made from the Camilla Sinensis plant, it has no caffeine. This means you can enjoy another cup of butterfly pea without feeling guilty.
8) Butterfly pea Promotes Anti-Ageing
Having clear, blemish-free, youthful-looking skin is everyone’s dream.
butterfly pea is packed with antioxidants that are great for your hair and skin and prevent premature aging by fighting free radicals.
butterfly pea contains the compound Anthocyanin which increases blood flow in the scalp and strengthens the hair follicles. The people of Thailand have been using the butterfly pea plant, Butterfly Pea herb, for centuries for treating hair problems.
9) Premature Greying and Male Pattern Baldness
The skin shows signs of aging because of a protein-damaging process called glycation.
butterfly pea has anti-glycation properties, meaning it inhibits the process of glycation and keeps your skin looking youthful.
Elastin and collagen are important compounds that maintain youthful-looking skin by preventing wrinkles and maintaining skin elasticity. Flavonoids found in butterfly pea have been shown to increase collagen and skin elasticity. One such flavonoid found in butterfly pea is quercetin, which strengthens hair and skin cells, and retains hydration in skin cells.
10) Butterfly pea Is Good for Brain Health
butterfly pea has also been linked with overall brain health.
A research concluded that the antioxidants found in butterfly pea boost brain power, increase cognitive skill and memory, and are good for the central Nervous system (CNS).
Animal studies have shown that butterfly pea extract enhances memory, cures depression, calms the nerves, and increases cognitive ability. However, much research is still needed on the subject.
One research found that butterfly pea extract, in a dosage of 50 to 100mg/ kg, increased memory in rats over the course of 30 days.
Another study found that the extract from the root of the butterfly pea plant was more potent than the leaves or stem extract. Acetylcholine is a compound responsible for effective communication between nerve cells. With age, acetylcholine levels decline, causing memory loss and other brain-related issues.
butterfly pea contains acetylcholine and regular consumption of butterfly pea can prevent memory loss, increase memory and cognitive skills.
11) Butterfly pea Possesses Anti-Inflammatory Properties
According to a study published in the International Research Journal of Pharmacy, the antioxidant content in butterfly pea is high enough to fight against disease-causing inflammation.
The high amount of antioxidants present in butterfly pea is responsible for its anti-inflammatory properties, which not only help reduce inflammation but also protect against a number of chronic diseases.
butterfly pea extracts also exhibit anaesthetic properties and as such has been used for ages to provide relief from pain and swelling. butterfly pea has been shown to be equally effective in treating both external and internal inflammations.
Flavonoids found in butterfly pea boost the immune system, enabling it to fight against inflammation and infections. Indian studies revealed butterfly pea extract to exhibit considerable anti-microbial properties against Staphylococcus Aureus.
Application of Butterfly pea powder
1. Applied in dietary supplement field.
2. Applied in skin care field.
3.Applied as an natural food pigment