High Purity Synthetic capsaicin/Pharmaceutical Capsaicin/Nonivamide

Capsaicin
CAS No.: [2444-46-4]
Molecular Formula: C17H27NO3
Molecular Weight: 293.40
Melting point: 55-60°C
Specifications: ≥95% 98%(HPLC)
Appearance: Off white solid

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  • High Purity Synthetic capsaicin/Pharmaceutical Capsaicin/Nonivamide

    XI' AN LESEN BIOTECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. specializes in the ten years of plant extracts and export trade, to provide customers with high-quality, organic, natural, good price of various plant extracts, fruit and vegetable powder, as well as cosmetics, chemical raw materials.

    Capsaicin is the chemical compound that makes chili peppers taste hot. It is a skin irritant to humans and animals and can cause a burning sensation if applied to the skin.

    Ingredients containing high amounts of capsaicin are widely used as flavorings in spicy cuisines. All members of the pepper family that are hot have high levels of this compound. Hot sauces such as hot salsa and Tabasco are high in it, and people can easily burn their mouths eating spicy foods if not careful.

    Drinking water to quell the heat caused by too much capsaicin in a meal is ineffective since the compound is not water-soluble. The most effective antidotes are those containing fat and/or sugar. Capsaicin is fat-soluble, and sugar will block the receptors that are reacting to it, so if someone is really suffering, go for cheese or ice cream instead of ice water or beer. The compound will bond with the fat in the food end lessen the pain.

    Product Name: Capsaicin

    Product Name: Capsaicin

    Latin Name: Chili peppers

    Content: Capsaicinoids 

    Specification: 95% 98%

    Appearance: Off-white crystalline powder

    CAS No.: 404-86-4  

    Grade: Pharmaceuticals Ingredients

    Brand Name: LS-Herb

    Test Method: HPLC








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      Functions of Capsaicin:  

    1. Increase the brains of production of serotonin.

    2. Anti-convulsion and anti-epileptic action and anti-aging.

    3. Alter contractions in the upper and lower digestive tract.

    4. Decrease ulceration of the stomach.

    5. Stimulate production of melanin.

    6. Improve immunity of the body.

      Application of Capsaicin:  

    Food

    Curry dishes

    Because of the burning sensation caused by capsaicin when it comes in contact with mucous membranes, it is commonly used in food products to provide added spice or "heat" (piquancy), usually in the form of spices such as chili powder and paprika. In high concentrations, capsaicin will also cause a burning effect on other sensitive areas, such as skin or eyes. The degree of heat found within a food is often measured on the subjective Scoville scale. In some cases, because people enjoy the heat, there has long been a demand for capsaicin-spiced products like curry, chili con carne, and hot sauces such as Tabasco sauce and salsa.

    Research and pharmaceutical use

    Capsaicin is used as an analgesic in topical ointments, nasal sprays (Sinol-M), and dermal patches to relieve pain, typically in concentrations between 0.025% and 0.1%. It may be applied in cream form for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with arthritis, backache, strains, and sprains, often in compounds with other rubefacients.

    It is also used to reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy such as post-herpetic neuralgia caused by shingles. Capsaicin transdermal patch (Qutenza) for the management of this particular therapeutic indication (pain due to post-herpetic neuralgia) was approved as a therapeutic by the U.S. FDA.

    Pepper spray and pests

    Capsaicin is also an active ingredient in riot control and personal defense pepper spray agents. When the spray comes in contact with skin, especially eyes or mucous membranes, it produces pain and breathing difficulty, discouraging assailants. Refer to the Scoville scale for a comparison of pepper spray to other sources of capsaicin.

    Capsaicin is also used to deter pests, specifically mammalian pests. Targets of capsaicin repellants include voles, deer, rabbits, squirrels, bears, insects, and attacking dogs. Ground or crushed dried chili pods may be used in birdseed to deter rodents, taking advantage of the insensitivity of birds to capsaicin.

    Equestrian sports

    Capsaicin is a banned substance in equestrian sports because of its hypersensitizing and pain-relieving properties. At the show jumping events of the 2008 Summer Olympics, four horses tested positive for the substance, which resulted in disqualification.


  • Below 5KG

    Aluminum foil bag inside, carton outside

    Above 6~25KG

    Double sealed PP bags inside, fiber drum outside

    Drum Volume

    25KG Drum: 37cm*37cm*51cm

    10KG Drum: 30cm*30cm*40cm

    Carton Volume

    1KG Carton: 200mm*200mm*260mm

    5KG Carton: 250mm*330mm*270mm

    Remark

    We could pack as your requirements, and OEM & ODM welcome.

     

     

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