Description: Citrus Aurantium Powder
Latin Name: Citrus aurantium L.
Specification Ratio: 4:1~20:1 flavones 20% Synephrine HCL 50%, 99%; 80mesh Powder
Part Used: Peel, Fruit
Specification: 10~60% Flavone;
Appearance: Brown Powder,white;
Test Method: TLC;
Certificate: KOSHER, HALAL, ISO,ORGANIC CERTIFICATE;
Citrus aurantium powder contains a number of constituents speculated to lead to weight loss, of which the most frequently cited constituents are synephrine and octopamine, which are structural analogs of adrenaline and noradrenaline, respectively, that can act as adrenoceptor agonists.
Citrus aurantium (bitter orange) contains a number of phytochemicals, including p-octopamine and synephrine alkaloids. Synephrine is an α-adrenergic agonist but also has some β-adrenergic properties.
Brown-yellow fine powder
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1.Improves athletic performance
The benefits related to physical performance are said to derive mostly from p-synephrine, a mild stimulant in citrus aurantium powder. In one study, weight-lifting athletes who supplemented with p-synephrine for just three days felt an instant impact, seeing their total repetitions and volume load increase by approximately 10%. Meanwhile, consumption of caffeine alongside p-synephrine, increased the velocity of squat performance which probably explains why citrus aurantium is often combined with caffeine in sports nutrition supplements.
Incidentally, both clementines and mandarine oranges contain a decent amount of p-synephrine – so supplementation isn’t your only option.
2.Helps with weight loss
A comprehensive review of published studies involving citrus aurantium powder and p-synephrine supports its usage for weight loss. Researchers noted that “p-synephrine alone as well as in combination products were shown to increase resting metabolic rate and energy expenditure, and modest increases in weight loss were observed with bitter orange extract/p-synephrine-containing products when given for six to 12 weeks.”
An entirely separate study, meanwhile, found that subjects who supplemented with citrus aurantium extract synephrine were better able to control their calories – probably because their appetite was mildly suppressed. And a third showed that for people exercising at low-to-moderate intensity, p-synephrine increased the rate of fat oxidation while reducing the rate of carbohydrate oxidation. Needless to say, citrus aurantium shouldn’t be viewed as a magic bullet; but in tandem with exercise and a healthy meal plan, it will certainly help.
3.Treats skin infections
Applying citrus aurantium dulcis fruit extract appears to help treat fungal skin infections. In a famous Egyptian study, bitter orange essential oil, when applied three times a day, managed to clear up not one but three separate skin conditions – namely ringworm, athlete’s foot and jock itch. What’s more, the effect was quick, with all symptoms vanishing in one to three weeks. As well as treating specific conditions, bitter orange oil can help to cleanse and rejuvenate dirty or oily skin, which is why you’ll see it listed as an ingredient in many cosmetic formulas.
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