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Pomegranate exract 

Pomegranate extract

Product Name:  Pomegranate extract 
Botanical Source: Punica granatum L.

Part Used: skin or pell
Active Ingredient:
Ellagic Acid: 40%, 50%, 90% HPLC
Polyphenols: 40% UV
Punicalagins 40% HPLC
Appearance: Brown or grey fine powder
Molecular Formula: C14H6O8
Molecular weight: 228.2

 

Pomegranate is a very popular fruit. The fruit of the "Tree of Knowledge" mentioned in the biblical history of creation most probably was meant to be a pomegranate. With a growing history of 2000 years, Megranate is rich in vitamins and minerals. In addition, its husks and seeds are wildly used in Chinese Traditional Medicine. The interior of the pomegranate fruit is composed of many pink-red sections of pulp-like tissue, each of which contains a small seed grain. Pomegranate seeds are collected,dried and processed for medicinal uses.

 

Pomegranate extract main function

(1) Preventing carcinoma of colon, esophageal cancer, liver cancer, lung cancer, etc. 
(2) Enhancing human immunity. 
(3) Sedation and lowering blood pressure.
(4) Owning stronger antioxidation.
(5) Whitening, dispeling spot, anti-wrinkle and delaying skin aging

 

Pomegranate extract Application:

 (1)Applied in pharmaceutical field, it is usually made into capsule to prevent cancer, lower blood pressure and resist oxidation.

(2)Applied in food field, it is usually used as food antioxidants.
(3)Applied in cosmetic field, it mainly used in whitening, dispeling spot, anti-wrinkle and delaying skin aging.

 

For more product information pls contact at email sales09@staherb.cn

 

Specification:

 

Items Standards Results
Physical Analysis    
Description Pink Fine Powder Complies
Assay Ellagic Acid 40% (HPLC)  40.23%
Mesh Size 100 % pass 80 mesh Complies
Ash  5.0% 2.65%
Loss on Drying  5.0% 3.85%
Chemical Analysis    
Heavy Metal  10.0 mg/kg Complies
Pb  2.0 mg/kg Complies
As  1.0 mg/kg Complies
Hg  0.1mg/kg Complies
Microbiological Analysis    
Residue of Pesticide Negative Negative
Total Plate Count  1000cfu/g Complies
Yeast&Mold  100cfu/g Complies
E.coil Negative Negative
Salmonella Negative Negative

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