High reputation for Red clover extract in Czech Republic
[Latin Name] Trifolium pratensis L. [Specification] Total isoflavones 20%; 40%; 60% HPLC [Appearance] Brown to tan fine powder Plant Part Used: Whole herb [Particle size] 80Mesh [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 [What is Red Clober] Red clover is a member of the legume family – the same class of...
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[Latin Name] Trifolium pratensis L.
[Specification] Total isoflavones 20%; 40%; 60% HPLC
[Appearance] Brown to tan fine powder
Plant Part Used: Whole herb
[Particle size] 80Mesh
[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
[What is Red Clober]
Red clover is a member of the legume family – the same class of plants where we find chickpeas and soybeans. Red clover extracts are used as dietary supplements for their high content of isoflavone compounds – which possess weak estrogenic activity and have been associated with a variety of health benefits during menopause (reduction of hot flashes, promotion of heart health and maintenance of bone density).
1. Red Clover Extract can Improving health, anti-spasm, known for healing properties.
2. Red Clover Extract can Treating the skin diseases (such as eczema, burns, ulcers, psoriasis),
3. Red Clover Extract can Treating respiratory discomfort (such as asthma, bronchitis, intermittent cough)
4. Red Clover Extract can Owning anti-cancer activity and prevention of prostate disease.
5. Red Clover Extract can Most valuable of its estrogen-like effect and alleviate breast pain suffering.
6. Red Clover Extract can Contained red clover isoflavones plays in a weak estrogen, estrogen reduces the number and thusalleviate the suffering.
7. Red Clover Extract can Maintaining bone mineral density in postmenopausal women
8. Red Clover Extract can Raising high density lipoprotein cholesterol.
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There’s a sweet spot growing in southern Spain’s Andalucia region.
Many farmers are now turning to Stevia – a plant that is widely being used as a natural sugar substitute.
While the Spanish industry is seeing new trading and processing companies beginning to emerge, there’s still several hurdles to overcome.
Around 200 times sweeter than sugar and with a slight taste of licorice – this is Stevia.
Used widely as a sugar substitute, stevia is a fast growing plant that thrives in Malaga’s unique tropical weather.
Farmer Sergio Martin is busy cultivating the latest crop of plants in Malaga.
He and many other farmers are turning away from traditional agriculture and growing stevia instead because of the higher returns.
“Before I sowed my tomatoes, pepper, onion, potatoes… But the future of that kind of agriculture is very dark. So, I have chosen to change to another type of agriculture, to stevia. Because, it’s a plant that does not store pests. It has three harvest seasons per year. Now it’s four years since we seeded it and there is no need to seed it again. So, it’s more affordable, in the sense of being able to maintain it without big costs,” explains Martin.
The compound extracted from stevia is unique among other food ingredients because it doesn’t contain calories and it’s secure for diabetics because it doesn’t affect insulin levels.
Once stevia leaves are dry, they must be boiled in order to extract the sweetener (Steviol glycoside), also known as compound E-960.
In 2010, Granada University botany lecturer Jose Luis Rosua set up technology company SteviGran (acronym for Stevia and Granada) to process the leaves.
He explains the process: “We receive kilograms of dried leaf. Then we begin to boil it in order to extract its compounds. Obviously, after the first boil we get a product with these features (while holding a jar full of dark liquid extracted from Stevia plant) that does not have European Union authorisation. So, we must purify it. There are different stages during the purification process – micro, ultra and nano filtration – until we achieve a purified product like this (while holding a jar full of liquid that looks like water). This purified product can be sold diluted, as long as it has 95 percent steviol (glycoside). Or it’s normally sold as stevia pure powder.”
SteviGran processes pure stevia powder and turns it into pills to be used as a sugar alternative.
Jams, chocolates, even beer are some products that includes this natural sweetener from the Stevia plant.
With more consumers worried about calorie intake and the effects of sugar and artificial sweeteners, many are turning to stevia.
Some worldwide food companies as Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo have launched several drinks flavoured with stevia.
However, stevia isn’t as perfect as it sounds. Some chefs say it is difficult to work with as it doesn’t always mix well with other ingredients. It can also be hard to counteract its peculiar licorice flavour in certain recipes.
Some nutritionists are also calling for more scientific work on the impact and effects of stevia on the human body.
Professor José Miguel Mulet from the Agricultural Engineering and Natural Environment school at the Polytechnic University of Valencia says there is a lot of misinformation about stevia.
In the European Union, stevia leaf is not recognized as food product and farmers are not allowed to sell the plant or leaf to herbalists.
It is classified only as a raw material to obtain the sweetener.
In November 2011, the European Union legalized the sweetener extracted from the stevia plant, the steviol glycoside known as E-960, as a new food, but not the Stevia as a plant.
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Common to men entering midlife is a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia, or quite simply, an enlarged prostate gland. When the prostate becomes big enough to press up against the urethra, this may cause uncomfortable and inconvenient symptoms such as frequent nighttime urination, difficulty or pain when urinating and a weak urine stream. The Mayo Clinic tells us that doctors don’t know what causes enlarged prostates, but a shifting balance in sex hormones may have something to do with it. Roughly half of men with benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH, experience symptoms bad enough to seek medical treatment. If you’re one of these men, your doctor may advise taking certain drugs or surgery; however, home remedies and lifestyle adjustments can also reduce your symptoms.
Diet & Drink
The Mayo Clinic advises abstaining from liquids one to two hours before you go to sleep at night. This may help you to avoid frequent jaunts to the bathroom. Also, stay away from caffeine and alcohol, which can irritate your bladder and make symptoms worse. Integrative physician Dr. Andrew Weil suggests getting plenty of fiber in your diet so you won’t become constipated. The pressure caused by constipation can also exacerbate your symptoms, he says.
Medications to Avoid
Try to avoid taking decongestants or antihistamines. The Mayo Clinic explains that these medications cause your uretha to tighten, which makes it difficult for you to void your bladder. Talk to your doctor if you take diuretics (water pills). He or she may advise using a lower dose, a less potent diuretic or changing the time when you take the drug (for example, in the morning rather than at night). However, don’t go off diuretics without your doctor’s consent.
If you feel the need to urinate, pay heed, advises the Mayo Clinic. If you put it off, you may stretch your bladder muscle, and this can result in damage. Go to the bathroom at regular intervals. The Mayo Clinic suggests scheduling these every four to six hours. “Double void” when you go to the bathroom–urinate; then wait a few moments and urinate again.
Get Out and About
Slacking off on the couch can cause you to retain urine. Both the Mayo Clinic and Weil encourage physical activity as one way to reduce symptoms associated with BPH. According to Weil, daily aerobic activity reduces your risk of BPH and prostate cancer by as much as 25 percent. Consider doing Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor, advises the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC).
Several herbal remedies and dietary supplements have been suggested for an enlarged prostate. Weil states that saw palmetto, a combination of pygeum and stinging nettle root, green tea extract, selenium and lycopene may be helpful for prostate health. However, keep in mind that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration considers these dietary supplements, not medications; natural remedies cannot purport to treat or cure an enlarged prostate, nor are they assured to be safe and without side effects. If you’re curious about these complementary or alternative therapies for BPH, please speak with your doctor before taking them.