Popular Design for Lyophilized royal jelly powder Factory for Ottawa

Popular Design for Lyophilized royal jelly powder Factory for Ottawa

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[Products Name]  Royal jelly powder,Lyophilized royal jelly powder [Specification]  10-HDA 4.0%, 5.0%, 6.0%, HPLC [Gerneral feature] 1. Low antibiotics, Chloramphenicol< 0.1ppb 2.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard; 3.100% pure with no additives; 4. More easily absorbed into the body than fresh royal jelly 5. Can be easily produced into tablets. [Our advantages] 600 bee farmers, 150 units of bee-feeding groups located in natural mountains; Organic c...


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[Products Name]  Royal jelly powderLyophilized royal jelly powder

[Specification]  10-HDA 4.0%, 5.0%, 6.0%, HPLC

[Gerneral feature]

1. Low antibiotics, Chloramphenicol< 0.1ppb

2.Organic certified by ECOCERT, according to EOS & NOP organic standard;

3.100% pure with no additives;

4. More easily absorbed into the body than fresh royal jelly

5. Can be easily produced into tablets.

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[Our advantages]

  1. 600 bee farmers, 150 units of bee-feeding groups located in natural mountains;
  2. Organic certificated by ECOCERT;
  3. NON-antibiotics, widely exported to Europe;
  4. Health Certificate, Sanitary Certificate and Quality Certificate are available.

[Lyophilized technology]

Lyophilized technology, also known as Freeze-drying, it is a dehydration process typically used to maintain activity of all nutrition ingredients in royal jelly, also to make the royal jelly convenient for transport. Freeze-drying works by freezing the material and then reducing the surrounding pressure to allow the frozen water in the material to sublimate directly from the solid phase to the gas phase. This technology can maintain all activity of nutrition ingredient.

Lyophilized royal jelly powder is processed directly from fresh royal jelly.

3kgs fresh royal jelly is used to make 1kg lyophilized royal jelly powder.

During all the production process, there is no additives.

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[Packing]

5kg/bag, 25kgs/drum

1kg/bag, 20kgs/carton

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Main indices of physical and chemic in Lyophilized royal jelly

Ingredients Indices Lyophilized royal jelly Standards Results
Ash 3.2 <5 Complies
Water 4.1% <7% Complies
Glucose 43.9% <50% Complies
Protein 38.29% >33% Complies
10-HDA 6.19% >4.2% Complies

[Our work flow]

Lyophilized royal jelly powder4

Our Lyophilized Royal Jelly Powder is produced in this way: we lyophilize the fresh royal jelly by advanced freeze-drying facilities without losing any nutritional ingredients, reserving the natural ingredients in utmost, and then make them into the form of powder, for any food additives are not needed to add.

 

The raw material we use is the natural fresh royal jelly which is up to the export standard . We process our products strictly according to export standard. Our workshop is up to the requirements of GMP.

 

Royal Jelly powder has been selected as drug excipients by many European and American pharmaceutical producing enterprises.Meanwhile it is applies to health food and cosmetics industries.

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[Quality control]

Traceability record

GMP standard production

Advanced inspection equipment

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[Function]

1.Enhances the immune system

2.Promotes wound healing

3.Has antitumor/anticancer properties

4.Lowers cholesterol levels

5.Increases fat metabolism

6.Is a powerful antioxidant

7.Regulates blood sugar levels

[Applications]

It’s widely used in health tonic, health pharmacy, hairdressing and cosmetic area, and mainly was applied in capsules, troche and oral liquids etc.

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