Ginger Extract for Foods and Supplement
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- Model NO.: CHI-GRE
- Application: Food, Health Care Products, Medicine, Supplement
- Extract Source: Zingiber Officinale
- Latin Name: Zingiber Officinale
- CAS No: 84696-15-1
- Lead Time: Within 7 Working Days
- Suggestion Dose: 250 Mg Per Day
- Transport Package: 5kg/Bag, 25kg/Drum
- Origin: P. R. China
- Certification: SGS, ISO, FDA, cGMP
- State: Powder
- Color: Yellow Powder to Brownish Red Oil
- Active Ingredient: Gingerols
- MOQ: 1kg
- Indications and Uses: Abdominal Bloating, Coughing, Vomiting, Diarrhea,
- Trademark: CHI
- Specification: 5%-20%Gingerols Tested by HPLC
- HS Code: 130219
Ginger Extract Information:
Ginger is a spice which is used for cooking and is also consumed whole as a delicacy or medicine. It is the underground stem of the ginger plant, Zingiber officinale. The ginger plant has a long history of cultivation, having originated in Asia and is grown in India Southeast Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean. The actual name for ginger is Root Ginger. However, it is commonly referred to as ginger, as the meaning is well known.
Revered around the world for its pungent taste, ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a natural spice that is also widely prized for its medicinal properties. Since ancient times, traditional healers in a diverse array of cultures have used this plant primarily to help settle upset stomachs. Chinese herbalists have relied on ginger as a medicine and flavoring for more than 2,500 years. The early Greeks mixed it into breads (hence the first gingerbread), and North American colonists sipped nausea-quelling ginger beer, the precursor of modern ginger ale. Today, many cultures continue to rely on ginger for controlling nausea and also for reducing inflammation.
Ginger Root Extract is a brown to brown yellow powder,partly water-soluble.
Specifications: 5% Gingerols Test By HPLC
Indications and Uses:
It is used for abdominal bloating, coughing, vomiting, diarrhea, and rheumatism. Ginger is commonly used in the Ayurvedic and Tibb systems of medicine for the treatment of inflammatory joint diseases, such as arthritis.
Ginger can be used in the following forms and dosages for the majority of conditions mentioned:
--Standardized extract in pill form: Take 100 to 200 mg every four hours or up to three times a day.
--Fresh powdered ginger: Take 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon every four hours or up to three times a day.
--Fresh ginger root: Take a 1/4- to 1/2-inch (peeled) slice every four hours or up to three times a day.
--Ginger tea: Drink several cups a day. Tea is available in prepackaged bags or can be prepared by steeping 1/2 teaspoon of grated ginger root in 8 ounces of very hot water for five to ten minutes. A cup of tea, when steeped for this amount of time, can contain about 250 mg of ginger.
--Ginger ale: Drink several cups a day; an 8-ounce glass contains approximately 1 gram of ginger. Be sure to select products made with real ginger.
--Crystallized ginger: Enjoy two pieces of crystallized ginger a day; about 500 mg of ginger is present in a 1-inch-square, 1/4-inch-thick piece of ginger prepared this way.
|Appearance||Fine Yellow Powder||Complies||Visual|
|Particle size||100% through 80 mesh||Complies||80 Mesh Screen|
|Heavy Metals (as Pb)||≤10 mg/kg||Complies||GB/T 5009.74|
|Pb||≤2 mg/kg||Complies||GB/T 5009.75|
|As||≤1 mg/kg||Complies||GB/T 5009.76|
|Total Bacteria||≤10,000CFU/g||Complies||GB/T 4789.2|
|Yeast & Molds||≤300CFU/g||Complies||GB/T 4789.15|
|Coliform bacteria/E.Coli||Absent||Complies||GB/T 4789.3|
|Packaging||Net 25.00kg/drum.Inner PE bag,Outer Paper-drum.|
|Shelf life||24 months when properly stored. Tightly sealed in a clean, cool, dry place. Keep away from strong, direct light.|
|Conclusion||Complies with specification|