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Marigold Extract
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last update: 2017-12-16 17:40


Plant sources Marigold
Used Part Flower
Specification Lutein (Powder/ Beadlet /oil ) 5%~90% HPLC; Zeaxanthin(Powder/ Beadlet /oil ) 5%~60% HPLC
Use High Antioxidant Content Marigolds contain numerous antioxidant carotenoids that give the petals their bright orange and yellow colors. An antioxidant is a compound that helps protect the cells from damage caused by free radicals, or hazardous molecules. High intake of antioxidants helps combat free radical damage. The primary carotenoids in marigolds are lutein and zeaxanthin, often paired together, and lycopene. Lutein and zeaxanthin are antioxidants found in the retina of the eye, where they protect the eye from the development of cataracts and macular degeneration. Lycopene is reported to reduce the risk of prostate cancer and heart disease. Cancer Protection The antioxidants in marigolds help fight and prevent cancer. Lutein not only reduced the number of tumors in the breast, it also prevented new cancer cells from developing. Marigold has also been found effective against leukemia, colon and melanoma cancer cells. Wound Healing One of marigold's folk uses has been in the area of wound healing. Rubbed on burns, scrapes and irritated skin, marigolds provide relief. Brasileira researchers also state that marigold acts as an anti-inflammatory due to the presence of other compounds, including triterpenes and steroids.


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