|Botanical source||Solanum lycopersicum|
|Plant part used||Fruit|
|Dark red powder|
Content of Active ingredient
Loss on drying
|Total Plate Count||NMT 1000cfu/g|
|Yeast & Moulds||NMT 100cfu/g|
|Conform with specification|
|25 kg/paper drum|
Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place.
Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation.
|2 years when properly stored|
1.Prevent cancer and protection of the cardiovascular;
2.Anti-ultraviolet radiation,Anti-aging and enhancing immunity;
3.Suppression mutagenesis and improving skin allergies;
4.Improving a variety of body tissues;
5.Prevent osteoporosis, lower blood pressure, relieve asthma.
6.Prevent prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis and other urological diseases;
7. Improve sperm quality, reduce the risk of infertility.
|Dosage||100 mg/ per day|
Lycopene is a natural pigment contained in plants. It is mainly found in the mature fruits of tomato plants of the Solanaceae family. It is one of the strongest antioxidants currently found in plants in nature. Science has proven that singlet oxygen and oxygen free radicals in the human body are the main culprit in the body's own immune system. Lycopene scavenges free radicals far more than other carotenoids and vitamin E, and its quenching singlet oxygen rate constant is 100 times that of vitamin E. It can effectively prevent various diseases caused by aging and decreased immunity.
Lycopene has superior physiological functions. It not only has anti-cancer and anti-cancer effects, but also has important significance in preventing cardiovascular diseases, arteriosclerosis and other adult diseases, enhancing the body's immune system and delaying aging. A new and promising new functional natural pigment.
Lycopene is a fat-soluble pigment, soluble in other lipids and non-polar solvents, insoluble in water, difficult to dissolve in strong polar solvents such as methanol, ethanol, etc., soluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated hydrocarbons. Such as ethane, benzene, chloroform and other organic solvents. The solubility of lycopene in various solvents increases with increasing temperature, however, the more pure the sample, the more difficult it is to dissolve. Crystallized lycopene dissolves slowly and tends to form a supersaturated state. Although increasing the temperature accelerates its dissolution, crystallization may occur upon cooling, and ultrasonic waves may be used to accelerate its dissolution. Pure lycopene, although insoluble in water, has a higher solubility when it combines with certain substances such as proteins to form a complex.