Product Name: Garlic Extract
Latin Name: Allium Sativum L.
Specification Ratio:4:1~20:1 Allicin 1% 2% 3%; 80mesh Powder
Part Used: bulb
Appearance:Brown Yellow Powder- White Powder
Test Method: TLC/HPLC
Advantage: pure natural for theman health raw materials;
Certificate: KOSHER, HALAL, ISO,ORGANIC CERTIFICATE;
Garlic bulb extract is the bulb of the plant Allium sativum. It is used as a food as well as a traditional medicine in many cultures around the world.
Garlic bulb extract is most commonly used for conditions related to the heart and blood system. These conditions include high blood pressure, high levels of cholesterol or other fats (lipids) in the blood (hyperlipidemia), and hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis).
Garlic’s main mechanism involves a molecule called alliin. When garlic is physically disturbed through chewing, slicing, or crushing, it releases an alliin metabolite: allicin. Allicin turns into a variety of fat and water soluble sulfur-containing compounds. In fact, these compounds are so volatile, they give off hydrogen sulfide, which is part of garlic’s unmistakable smell and taste. By tapping into the hydrogen sulfide signaling system, garlic relaxes the blood vessels and provides a variety of health benefits. Garlic also uses the hydrogen sulfide signaling system to exert its anti-cancer effects.
|English Name||Allicin, Allitridi, Bulk Garlic Powder|
|Extraction source||Liliaceous of allium plants garlic bulb (garlic)|
|Smell||Smelly spicy smell|
Many randomized clinical trials have studied the effects of garlic bulb extract on lipid levels. Results from two meta-analyses conducted in 19933 and 19944 of garlic’s effect on total cholesterol show a significant reduction in total cholesterol levels (9 to 12 percent) compared with placebo.
The antihypertensive effects of garlic extract powder have been studied but remain controversial. In a 1994 meta-analysis15 assessing the effect of garlic on hypertension, three trials showed significant reductions in systolic blood pressure (7.7 mm Hg greater reduction), and four trials showed reductions in diastolic blood pressure (5 mm Hg greater reduction) with garlic treatment compared with placebo. In a more recent meta-analysis,10 23 placebo-controlled trials were analyzed.
3.OTHER CARDIOVASCULAR-RELATED EFFECTS
A recent review10 of 10 trials assessing the effect of garlic on thrombotic risk showed modest but significant decreases in platelet aggregation with garlic compared with placebo, but mixed results on fibrinolytic activity and plasma viscosity were reported.
Epidemiologic evidence, primarily from case-control and some cohort studies, has shown a decreased risk of stomach and colon cancer with the high consumption of garlic and other allium vegetables (e.g., onions, leeks, shallots, chives), but many of these studies were not well controlled.11,20,21 In one cohort study, garlic extract powder did not confer the same protective benefit,11 but there are no studies assessing the use of particular garlic supplements and cancer incidence.
Small studies have shown that garlic bulb extract exerts antimicrobial activity against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.2 Topical and dietary garlic traditionally has been used in the treatment of infections—particularly digestive, respiratory, and dermatologic infections—ranging from diarrhea and vaginitis to colds and warts, but few good clinical studies support this use.
6.Contraindications, Adverse Effects, Interactions
The ingestion of one to two cloves of raw garlic per day is considered safe in adults. The most common side effect of ingested garlic is breath and body odor. Consumption of excessive amounts of raw garlic, especially on an empty stomach, can cause gastrointestinal upset, flatulence, and changes in the intestinal flora.1,10 There have been reports of allergic dermatitis, burns, and blisters from topical application of raw garlic.
1.Applied in food field, it is mainly as a functional food additives used in cookie, bread, meat products and so on;
2.Applied in health product field, it is often made into capsule to lower blood pressure and blood-fat;
3.Applied in pharmaveutical field, it is mainly used in treating bacterial infection, gastroenteritis and cardiovascular diseases;
4.Applied in feed additive field, it is mainly used in feed additive for protecting the poultry, livestock and fishes against the disease.
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