• Garlic Extract

  • Description of Garlic Extract

    Latin Name:           Allium sativum L

    Appearance:          Light Yellow Fine Powder

    Part of Used:         Bulb

    Specification:        1%~5%Allicin



    Sources of Garlic Extract

    In ancient times, garlic was used as a remedy for intestinal disorders, flatulence, worms, respiratory infections, skin diseases, wounds, symptoms of aging, and many other ailments. To date, more than 3000 publications from all over the world have gradually confirmed the traditionally recognized health benefits of garlic.



    Ingredients of Garlic Extract

    Allicin

    Form: White fine powder

    Molecular formula: C6H10OS2

    Molecular weight: 162.273

    CAS number: 539-86-6



    Specification of Garlic Extract

    Item SPECIFICATION
    Description:  
      Appearance Light Yellow Fine Powder
      Flavor & Odor Characteristic
      Particle size 100% pass 80 mesh
    Physical:  
      Loss on Drying  ≤5.0%
      Bulk density 40-60g/100ml
      Sulphated Ash ≤5.0%
      GMO Free
      General Status Non-irradiated
    Chemical:  
      Pb ≤3mg/kg
      As ≤1mg/kg
      Hg  ≤0.1mg/kg
      Cd  ≤1mg/kg
    Microbial:  
      Total microbacterial count ≤1000cfu/g
      Yeast & Mold  ≤100cfu/g
      E.Coli Negative 
      Staphylococcus aureus Negative  
      Salmonella  Negative 



    Study of Garlic Extract

    1, broad-spectrum antibiotic, antimicrobial resistance. .

    2, seasoning attractant, improve feed quality.

    3, enhance immunity, promote livestock and poultry, fish, healthy growth.

    4, to improve the quality of animals in feed to add the right amount of allicin, can effectively adjust the stimulation produced meat flavor formation of amino acids to increase animal meat or egg flavor ingredients produced, so that the animal meat or egg flavor more delicious.

    5, drop poison insecticide, mildew preservation. In feed allicin, can have a clear warm, detoxification, blood stasis feature that can significantly reduce the feed mercury, cyanide, nitrite toxicity and other harmful substances.

    6, non-toxic, no side effects, no drug residue, no drug resistance.

    7, against coccidiosis. Allicin on chicken coccidia have a good effect, in the non-infected coccidia alternative anticoccidial drugs.



    Reference of Garlic Extract

    1 Ashraf, R; Aamir, K; Shaikh, AR; Ahmed, T (2005). "Effects of garlic on dyslipidemia in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus". Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad : JAMC 17 (3): 60–4..

    2 ^ Bordia, A; Bansal, HC; Arora, SK; Rathore, AS; Ranawat, RV; Singh, SV (Mar 1974). "Effect of the essential oil (active principal) of garlic on serum cholesterol, plasma fibrinogen, whole blood coagulation time and fibrinolytic activity in alimentary lipaemia". The Journal of the Association of Physicians of India 22 (3): 267–70.

    3 Durak, İlker; Kavutcu, Mustafa; Aytaç, Bilal; Avcı, Aslıhan; Devrim, Erdinç; Özbek, Hanefi; Öztürk, Hasan Serdar (June 2004). "Effects of garlic extract consumption on blood lipid and oxidant/antioxidant parameters in humans with high blood cholesterol". The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry 15 (6): 373–377.

    4 Durak I, Oztürk HS, Olcay E, Güven C (2002). "Effects of garlic extract supplementation on blood lipid and antioxidant parameters and atherosclerotic plaque formation process in cholesterol-fed rabbits". J Herb Pharmacother 2 (2): 19–32.

    5 Zeng, T.; Guo, F. F.; Zhang, C. L.; Song, F. Y.; Zhao, X. L.; Xie, K. Q. (2012). "A meta-analysis of randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials for the effects of garlic on serum lipid profiles". J Sci Food Agric 92 (9): 1892–1902.

    6 ^^ Nagai, Katsuji (1973). "Experimental studies on the preventive effect of garlic extract against infection with influenza virus". Japanese Journal of the Association for Infectious Diseases 47: 111–115.

    7 ^ Weber, ND; Andersen, DO; North, JA; Murray, BK; Lawson, LD; Hughes, BG (Oct 1992). "In vitro virucidal effects of Allium sativum (garlic) extract and compounds". Planta medica 58 (5): 417–23.

    8 ^ Lissiman, E.; Bhasale, A.L.; Cohen, M. (2012). "Garlic for the common cold". Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 3: 3:CD006206.

    9 ^ Lemar KM, Passa O, Aon MA, et al. (October 2005). "Allyl alcohol and garlic (Allium sativum) extract produce oxidative stress in Candida albicans". Microbiology (Reading, Engl.) 151 (Pt 10): 3257–65. doi:10.1099/mic.0.28095-0.

    10 Jones W, Goebel RJ (2001). "Garlic and Health". In Watson RR. Vegetables, Fruits, and Herbs in Health Promotion. Boca Raton: CRC Press. pp. 205–216.

    11 Fareed G, Scolaro M, Jordan W, Sanders N, Chesson C, Slattery M, Long D, Castro C. The use of a high-dose garlic preparation for the treatment of Cryptosporidium parvum diarrhea at the Wayback Machine (archived November 8, 2007). Int Conf AIDS. 1996 Jul 7–12; 11: 288 (abstract no. Th.B.4215).

    12 Oi, Y; Imafuku, M; Shishido, C; Kominato, Y; Nishimura, S; Iwai, K (Aug 2001). "Garlic supplementation increases testicular testosterone and decreases plasma corticosterone in rats fed a high protein diet". The Journal of nutrition 131 (8): 2150–6. PMID 11481410.

    13 Ried, K.; Frank, O. R.; Stocks, N. P. (2010). "Aged garlic extract lowers blood pressure in patients with treated but uncontrolled hypertension: a randomised controlled trial". Maturitas 67 (2): 144–150.

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