Pure Organic DIM Diindolylmethane / 3,3'-Diindolylmethane Powder CAS 1968-05-4
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|Minimum Order Quantity :||1kg||Price :||$24/kg~$100/kg|
|Packaging Details :||1kg: Sealed aluminum foil bags/25kg Paper Drum||Delivery Time :||3 Days|
|Payment Terms :||L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram, T/T||Supply Ability :||10Ton/Month|
|Place of Origin:||China||Brand Name:||HongdaPharma|
|Product Name:||Green Tea Extract||Appearance:||Powder|
|Color:||Brown Fine Powder||Shelf Life:||2 Year|
|Particle Size:||80 Mesh||Grade Standard:||Food Grade|
|Latin Name:||Camellia Sinensis (L.)O.Kuntze||Certificate:||Halal, Kosher, EU/USDA Organic/ ISO|
Pure Organic Green Tea Extract Powder,
Green Tea Extract Polyphenols Powder,
98% Polyphenols Green Tea Powder
Green Tea Extract 10%-98% Polyphenols Pure Organic Green Tea Extract Powder
Green tea extract is the active ingredient extracted from green tea leaves, mainly including tea polyphenols (catechins), caffeine, aromatic oils, moisture, minerals, pigments, carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, vitamins, etc.
Tea polyphenols have antioxidant and free radical scavenging effects, significantly reduce serum total cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol levels in hyperlipidemia, and at the same time have the effect of restoring and protecting vascular endothelial function. The hypolipidemic effect of tea polyphenols is also one of the main reasons why tea can make obese people lose weight without rebounding.
Certificate Of Analysis
Tea polyphenols are the general term for polyphenols in tea, which is a white amorphous powder, easily soluble in water, soluble in ethanol, methanol, acetone, ethyl acetate, and insoluble in chloroform. The content of tea polyphenols in green tea is relatively high, accounting for 15% to 30% of its mass. The main components of tea polyphenols are flavanones, anthocyanins, flavonols and anthocyanins, phenolic acids, and depsidic acids Class 6 compounds. Among them, flavanones (mainly catechins) are the most important, accounting for 60% to 80% of the total tea polyphenols, followed by flavonoids, and other phenolic substances are relatively small.
1. Used as an antioxidant
Tea polyphenols are used as antioxidants. Because tea polyphenols are mostly ortho-hydroxy polyphenols containing more than 2, they have a strong hydrogen-donating ability, so they are an ideal antioxidant. Among the four main catechins, the antioxidant capacity was EGCG>EGC>ECG>EC. As an antioxidant for oily foods, it has excellent antioxidant properties, and its efficacy is far superior to the synthetic antioxidants 2,6-di-tert-butyl-4-methyl phenol (BHT) and butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA). The antioxidant effect of tea polyphenols can be used in the processing of meat products, storage of oils and fats, the production of baked food, dairy products, fried food, and the preparation of various beverages. When freezing fresh fish, adding tea polyphenol antioxidants can prevent the oxidation of fish body fat.
2. Used as a food preservative
Tea polyphenols have an inhibitory activity to nearly 100 kinds of bacteria in nature, showing broad-spectrum antibacterial properties, and are good food preservatives. As a preservative, tea polyphenols can slow down the biochemical activities of fruits and vegetables after picking and delay their post-ripening period. In addition, the preservative formulated with tea polyphenols can also prevent discoloration and corruption during the deep processing of various cakes, lactic acid beverages, and livestock products.
3. Used as a food color retention agent
Oxidation of the same pigment can change the color of food. Tea polyphenols have strong reducing properties, which can prevent natural pigments (such as carotene, chlorophyll, safflower yellow, vitamin B2, and carmine, etc.) from fading due to photooxidation. stability has a certain effect.
4. Used as food deodorant
Bad breath is mainly caused by volatile sulfur-containing compounds and nitrogen-containing compounds, among which sulfides such as hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan have the heaviest odor. Chewing gum containing tea polyphenols is 10 times more deodorant than ordinary chewing gum. For physiological halitosis, chewing for 3 minutes can be effective. In addition, adding 0.1% green tea extract to wine and beverages can be developed into wines and beverages with deodorizing function. This wine and beverage also have an obvious deodorizing effect on halitosis caused by methyl mercaptan.
Application in daily necessities
As an excellent additive for cosmetics and daily necessities, tea polyphenols have the following significant effects: strong antibacterial effect (including skin and oral bacteria) and inhibition of oxidase (such as tyrosinase, glucose transfer of mutant Streptococcus) Enzyme, Urine Decarboxylase, Lipoxygenase, etc.), it can prevent skin diseases, skin allergies, skin pigmentation and anti-wrinkle, anti-caries, dental plaque, periodontitis, and bad breath. At the same time, it can prevent the damage of the sun's rays to the skin, in addition, it can also eliminate bad breath. Therefore, tea polyphenols can be used in cosmetics and daily necessities as antioxidants, preservatives, anti-wrinkle agents, skin whitening agents, radiation protection agents, sunscreen agents, and special cosmetic additives, as well as in daily cosmetics, such as bathing agents. Soaps, body washes, shampoos, detergents, toothpaste, tooth powders, mouthwashes, anti-bad breath, etc., to increase the functionality of these products.
Application in Medicine
Tea polyphenols have obvious preventive and therapeutic effects on the following diseases: lowering blood pressure, anticoagulation, lowering blood lipids and obesity, preventing and treating cardiovascular diseases such as arteriosclerosis and thrombosis, lowering blood sugar, preventing and treating diabetes, sterilizing and antiviral; preventing and treating gastrointestinal tract and respiratory tract. , influenza and other diseases; prevention and treatment of hepatitis, anti-aging and enhance immune function; teeth, prevention and treatment of periodontitis, anti-caries, deodorization and detoxification, and other curative effects. Tea polyphenols can be used as raw materials for auxiliary drugs and health care drugs for patients with the above diseases.