China Factory for Astaxanthin in Denver
[Latin Name] Haematococcus Pluvialis [Plant Source] from China [Specifications]1% 2% 3% 5% [Appearance] Dark red Powder [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat. [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum Brief Introduction Astaxanthin is a natural nutritional component, it can be found as a food supplement. The suppleme...
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[Latin Name] Haematococcus Pluvialis
[Plant Source] from China
[Specifications]1% 2% 3% 5%
[Appearance] Dark red Powder
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Storage] Store in cool & dry area, keep away from the direct light and heat.
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
Astaxanthin is a natural nutritional component, it can be found as a food supplement. The supplement is intended for human, animal, and aquaculture consumption.
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid. It belongs to a larger class of phytochemicals known as terpenes, which are built from five carbon precursors; isopentenyl diphosphate and dimethylallyl diphosphate . Astaxanthin is classified as a xanthophyll (originally derived from a word meaning “yellow leaves” since yellow plant leaf pigments were the first recognized of the xanthophyll family of carotenoids), but currently employed to describe carotenoid compounds that have oxygen-containing moities, hydroxyl or ketone , such as zeaxanthin and canthaxanthin. Indeed, astaxanthin is a metabolite of zeaxanthin and/or canthaxanthin, containing both hydroxyl and ketone functional groups. Like many carotenoids, astaxanthin is a colorful, lipid-soluble pigment. This colour is due to the extended chain of conjugated (alternating double and single) double bonds at the centre of the compound. This chain of conjugated double bonds is also responsible for the antioxidant function of astaxanthin (as well as other carotenoids) as it results in a region of decentralized electrons that can be donated to reduce a reactive oxidizing molecule.
1.Astaxanthin is a powerful antioxidant and may protect against oxidative damage to body tissues.
2.Astaxanthin can improve the immune response by increasing the number of antibody producing cells.
3.Astaxanthin is a potential candidate to treat neurodegenerative disease such as Alzhimer and Parkinson diease.
4.Astaxanthin dan reduce UVA-light damage to skin such as sunburn, inflammation, ageing and skin cancer.
1.When applied in pharmaceutical field, astaxanthin powder has the good function of antineoplastic;
2.When applied in health food field, astaxanthin powder is used as food additives for pigment and health care;
3.When applied in cosmetic field, astaxanthin powder has the good function of antioxidant and anti-aging;
4.When applied in animal feeds field, astaxanthin powder is used as animal feed additive to impart coloration, including farm-raised salmon and egg yolks.
Today on Bored and Hungry we make the Central America meal Alote Chuco
“Life is Beautiful” “Deputy Willie’s One Tough Chap!”- Riyou Kinugasa, Takuya Kobayashi, and Hiromi Mizutani
Blue Corn Chips
Dried Chili Peppers
1 oz. Pumpkin Seeds
1 tbsp. Lime Juice
Separately grind chips, seeds, and peppers into a fine powder using food processor and coffee grind. Set aside in separate containers.
Clean beans and soak over night in water. Drain beans and simmer in warm water for about 2 hours, or until desired doneness. Drain water, set aside, and keep warm.
Bring 3 cups of water to a boil and stir in ½ cup of corn chip powder. Reduce heat and simmer for around 5 minutes, until lightly thickened. Pour or spoon hot Atole into a cup or bowl, mix in lime juice, 3 tbsp. of red beans, 1 tbsp. of pumpkin seed powder, and ½ tsp. of chili powder. Serve hot and enjoy.
Here is a little science behind the tea with the source linked below it…
“”The White Pine was used in medicinal applications by several North American Indian tribes. The dried inner bark of the White Pine contains a glycoside, an oleoresin, a volatile oil, mucilage and tannin. Brewed as a diuretic and expectorant tea, it was used to treat diseases of the mucous membranes and respiratory problems such as colds, coughs and sore throats. White Pine bark powder and White Pine bark tea are still sold commercially for this purpose. As a poultice, the inner bark was used to treat skin complaints including wounds, burns and boils.”"
“”White Pine Bark is an old and trusted remedy for colds and flu. It helps loosen and expel phlegm from the respiratory tract, easing bronchitis and lung congestion, and its warming qualities stimulate circulation, which may ward off colds and flu before they settle in. The high content of nature’s most powerful antioxidants (proanthocyanidins/PCSs/OPCs) in White Pine Bark have made it the focus of much attention in the area of combating free radicals, arteriosclerosis and strokes.”"
Also of interest from the first link…
“”The inner bark of White Pine Bark (cambium) is the source of resveratrol, a polyphenolic phytoalexin, which is produced in plants that is reputed to have antifungal properties.
According to recent research (2008) from Peninsula Medical School, England, the resveratrol found in Pine Bark, Grape Skin and Red Wine can protect against cellular damage to blood vessels caused by high production of glucose in diabetes, claiming resveratrol’s antioxidant effects are well documented. But the new research establishes a link between high levels of glucose, its damaging effect on cell structure and the ability of resveratrol to protect against and mend such damage. Moreover, resveratrol could be a factor in blocking the damaging effect of glucose, which, in turn, might combat the often life-threatening complications that accompany diabetes and potentially be a basis of effective diet-based therapy for the prevention of vascular damage caused by hyperglycemia in the future.
In 2008, Italian researchers reported in Phytotherapy Research that supplements of Pine Bark extract may reduce the pain associated with arthritis of the knee by about fifty-five percent. The study also indicated an improvement in all osteoarthritis symptoms by fifty-six percent.
White Pine Bark is considered a diuretic, and as such, encourages the flow of urine, which is said to be very helpful in cases of urinary tract infections and kidney problems.”"