China Top 10 Wolfberry Extract in New Zealand
[Latin Name] Lycium barbarum L. [Plant Source]from China [Specifications]20%-90%Polysaccharide [Appearance] Reddish brown powder Plant Part Used:Fruit [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum Product Description The wolfberry is harvested when the fruit is orange red. After drying to the skin wrinkles, it is exposured to the skin moist and soft fruit, then r...
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[Latin Name] Lycium barbarum L.
[Plant Source]from China
[Appearance] Reddish brown powder
Plant Part Used:Fruit
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
The wolfberry is harvested when the fruit is orange red. After drying to the skin wrinkles, it is exposured to the skin moist and soft fruit, then removed the stem. Wolfberry is a kind of rare traditional Chinese medicine which is very rich in nutrients and has high medicinal value The materials contain not only such as iron, phosphorus, calcium, but also a lot of sugar, fat and protein. It also contains polysaccharide with good health care function to human body and organic germanium that is beneficial to human’s intelligence.
1. With the function of regulating immune, inhibiting tumor growth and cell mutation;
2. With the function of lipid-lowering and anti-fatty liver;
3. Promoting the function of hematopoietic;
4. With the function of anti-tumor and anti-aging.
1. Applied in food field, it can be produced into wine, canned, condensed juice and other more nourishment;
2. Applied in health product field , it can be made into suppositories, lotions, injection, tablets, capsules and other dosage forms to regulate immunity;
3. Applied in pharmaceutical field, effectively treating cancer, hypertension, cirrhosis and other diseases;
4. Applied in cosmetics field, it can prevent skin aging and improve skin elasticity.
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16 Ways to Avoid Getting Sick This Winter.
1. TAKE YOUR FIGHT-AMINS
Your vitamin D levels may run on E in winter. That matters: D can spur your body to fight off colds.
In fact, taking 10,000 IU of vitamin D3 a week may cut your risk of upper respiratory infection in half, say Canadian researchers.
2. STOP TOUCHING YOURSELF
Unless sterile surgical gloves are part of your winter wardrobe, keep your mitts off your mug.
People who occasionally touch their eyes and nose are 41 percent more likely to develop frequent upper respiratory infections than hands-off folks, a 2013 study in the Journal of Occupational Health found.
3. SAY HELLO TO YOGURT
Cold and flu viruses might have an Achilles’ heel: Greek yogurt. In a study published in Clinical Nutrition, people who consumed a specific strain of probiotics daily reduced their risk of catching one of these bugs by 27 percent.
Aim to eat at least one serving a day of a Greek yogurt with live cultures, suggests Spencer Payne, M.D., an associate professor of rhinology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
4. REFILL YOUR MEDITATION
We’d like you to contemplate perfect health. Researchers from the University of Wisconsin at Madison found that people who meditated took 76 percent fewer sick days than those who were not so zen.
Meditating trains you to stay focused and calm, which helps alleviate stress that can leave you vulnerable to infection. To get started, try the brief mindfulness sessions available for free at marc.ucla.edu.
5. NAIL YOUR TEA SHOT
Skip the black coffee and brew some green tea.
Its magic ingredient, a catechin called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), can damage influenza virus particles and stop them from entering your system, a German study reveals.
The scientists believe this kick-ass catechin may also interfere with pneumonia-causing bacteria.
6. ORDER A SHOT
“The number one thing you can do to prevent the flu is get vaccinated,” says Bill Schaffner, M.D., a professor of preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University.
7. BOIL OVER
Viruses that cause foodborne illnesses tend to loiter on produce. In fact, fruits and vegetables are some of the Foods Most Likley to Make You Sick.
So to further slash your chance of sickness, try blanching your greens—kale, spinach, and chard, for example—in boiling water for two to three minutes.
Then dunk them into ice water to stop the cooking. (Blanching can give your greens a different kind of flavor.) Heating to 212°F greatly reduces norovirus in spinach, a study in the Journal of Food Protection reports.
8. SWEAT OUT A COLD.
Case in point: Moderate exercise can slash your risk of catching a cold by 27 percent, Korean researchers report.
Working out switches on your immune response, possibly by sending a cascade of “natural killer cells” to hunt the rhinovirus.
Already ill? Keep exercising, Dr. Schaffner advises. “Exercise stimulates the production of epinephrine, which constricts blood vessels in and around your mucous membranes and can relieve nasal discomfort.”
9. TEACH YOURSELF TO FISH
Note that we said “moderate” exercise in #12: Strenuous workouts can leave you vulnerable to infection.
But if you want to keep up the intensity, at least fill your plate with fish. A 2012 study in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity found that increasing your omega-3intake can spur postexercise production of infection-fighting cells, which can help protect against certain infections.
10. STEEP GINGERLY
Swallow some ginger for what ails you. Researchers in Taiwan have discovered that fresh ginger can inhibit respiratory syncytial virus from attaching to cells and may even reduce its ability to replicate.
So what in the world is respiratory syncytial virus? Just a bug that in severe cases can lead to bronchiolitis or pneumonia. Grate some ginger in hot water for a spicy tea, or add it to your next stir-fry with vegetables and garlic.
11. WASH YOUR HANDS OF IT
That means 20 seconds at the sink and a thorough drying: Wet hands are more likely to spread germs than dry ones, notes the CDC.
12. CARRY A LOADED GUM
Past research shows that xylitol, a sweetener in some chewing gums, can prevent Streptococcus pneumoniae from establishing a stronghold in your body.
And now a review from Turkey concludes that xylitol can reduce your risk of ear and sinus infections. Try Ice Breakers Ice Cubes, which contain 1,200 milligrams per piece.
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To conclude, usage of F21, PEARL and KONLI herbal tea for wellness physical fitness must be motivated because of their various synergistic results.
F21 is an All Natural Sugar Blocker that helps limit your blood sugar absorption. It consists of different compounds found to have various health benefits, such as L-Arabinose, Coriolus Versicolor Polysacchride, Konjac-Mannan, Magnesium Stearate, Mint flavor: Menthol and Natural Colors. F21 not only does it help promote weight loss, (PSK) boosts your immune system response. In fact, for every gram of F21, you can block up to 20 grams of sugar (sucrose). The formula not only helps promote weight loss, it benefits the digestive system by allowing the blocked sucrose to support beneficial probiotic bacteria while the polysaccharide (PSK) boosts your immune system response.
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