Ashwagandha Extract Powder 5% Withanolide Gravimetry

Botanical Name: Withania somnifera
Plant Part Used: Roots
Processing Method: Extraction

“Ashwagandha” is taken from Sanskrit, meaning, its root smells like horse urine. Further, it also goes by the name “Indian Ginseng” and is an incredible medicinal herb used in medicinal causes for over thousands of years. It is regarded as one of the most essential herbs for maintaining physical and mental health by helping in various ailments like stress and anxiety, maintaining a healthy heart, etc.

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  • 1. What is the biological source of Sarsaparilla?
    The biological source of Sarsaparilla is Smilax china L.
  • 2. What is the plant part used in this product?
    The root of the plant is used in this product
  • 3. What is the appearance of the Sarsaparilla Extract powder that you provide?
    The Sarsaparilla Extract Powder provided by us is a brown, yellow colour powder.
  • 4. What is the extraction ratio for this product?
    The extraction ratio for this product is 4:1.
  • 5. Does this product contain any ash value? Why ash value is important in any product?
    The ash value in this product is 5%. Ash value represents the number of inorganic salts naturally occurring in the ingredient and adhering to it. An ash value greater than 5% in this product indicates of the addition of inorganic metal salts.
  • 6. What are the other names of Sarsaparilla?
    Sarsaparilla is also known as Sarsi, Salsaparrilha, Saparna, Smilace, Sarca, Smilax, Zarzaparilla.
  • 7. What is mesh size? What is the mesh size of this product?
    Also known as sieve size, mesh size is a measurement of particle size. It is basically the number of openings in one square inch of a screen. This Sarsaparilla Extract Powder passes 100% through #80 mesh.
  • 8. What type of microbial analysis is done for this product?
    We make sure the microbial parameters in our products abide by the microbial limits charted out by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA). Our products are tested for total plate count (TPC), E. Coli & Salmonella, and yeast and mold.
  • 9. What is the identification method used here?
    The identification method used for this product is TLC.
  • 1. What is the biological source of Schisandra?
    The biological source of Schisandra is Schisandra chinensis.
  • 2. What is the extraction solvent used in Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder?
    The extraction solvent used for this product is hydroalcohol.
  • 3. What is the content of residual solvent in Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder 4:1?
    The content of residual solvent in this Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder 4:1 is not more than 0.05%.
  • 4. What are the common names of Schisandra?
    Schisandra is also known as magnolia berry, magnolia-vine, and Chinese magnolia-vine.
  • 5. What are the nutrients present in Schisandra?
    The nutrients present in Schisandra include vitamin A, vitamin C, chromium, phosphorous, magnesium, silica, antioxidants, and lignans. Schisandra also contains phytochemicals like gomisin, schizandrin, liganans, beta-sitosterol.
  • 6. What is the identification method used for Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder 4:1?
    The identification method used for Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder 4:1 is TLC.
  • 7. What microbial parameters you consider while qualifying Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder 4:1?
    We make sure the microbial parameters in our products abide by the microbial limits charted out by the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA). Our products are tested for total plate count (TPC), E. Coli & Salmonella, and yeast and mold.
  • 8. What is mesh size? What is the mesh size of this product?
    Also known as sieve size, mesh size is a measurement of particle size. It is basically the number of openings in one square inch of a screen. The Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder provided by us passes 100% through 80 mesh.
  • 9. What is the storage facility of this product?
    This Schisandra Fruit Extract Powder should be stored in a cool & dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • 1. What is the biological source of Siberian Ginseng?
    The biological source of Siberian Ginseng is Eleutherococcus Senticosus.
  • 2. What is the plant part used in this product?
    The root of the plant is used in this product.
  • 3. Is this product ETO treated or irradiated?
    In order to maintain product quality, we do not provide ETO treated or irradiated Siberian Ginseng extract powder.
  • 4. What are heavy metals considered for qualifying this Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder 0.8% Elutherosides, HPLC? Why?
    We test our products for the presence of heavy metals including cadmium, arsenic, mercury, and lead as these are known as carcinogens and considered harmful for human consumption beyond certain limits.
  • 5. Is there any gluten substance in this product?
    No, this Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder is free from gluten. We accept products only from manufacturing units, where wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, and soy-free products are processed and packaged.
  • 6. Does this product contain E. coli & Salmonella?
    No, the Siberian Ginseng extract powder provided by us does not contain E. coli and salmonella.
  • 7. What mesh sizes can you provide for this Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder 0.8% Elutherosides, HPLC?
    This Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder passes through #80 mesh. However, we can provide various mesh sizes, depending on clients’ requirements.
  • 8. What is the country of origin of this Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder 0.8% Elutherosides, HPLC that you provide?
    This Siberian Ginseng Extract Powder provided by us is of Chinese origin.
  • 1. Is Tribulus Terrestris extract powder BSE/TSE Free?
    Yes, the Tribulus Terrestris extract powder provided by us is free from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) & Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE).
  • 2. Does this product comply with CA prop 65?
    Yes, the heavy metals content in this Tribulus Terrestris extract powder is within limit and complies with CA Prop 65.
  • 3. Is this liquid or dry extract?
    We provide dry Tribulus Terrestris extract powder.
  • 4. Is there any solvent used in this extract?
    Yes, certain necessary solvents are used in this extract during the process of extraction. Having said that, hydro alcohols are primarily used for the purpose.
  • 5. What is the mesh size you provide for Tribulus Terrestris extract powder?
    We can provide Tribulus Terrestris extract powder of various mesh sizes, depending upon clients’ requirements.
  • 6. What is the Moisture content in this Tribulus Terrestris extract powder?
    The moisture content in this Tribulus Terrestris extract Powder is below 5%. This offers better control over microbial growth and increases the overall shelf life.
  • 7. Does this product contain any pesticides, if yes is it safe for consumption?
    No pesticides are used in the Tribulus Terrestris extract powder that we provide. Our products are tested for the presence of pesticides as per the USDA 561 list of prohibited pesticides and European Union Minimum Residual limits (MRLs), in globally recognized third-party labs like Eurofins, SGS &TUV.
  • 8. What is the acceptable limit for ash value & why?
    The acceptable limit for ash value in our Tribulus Terrestris extract powder is less than 5%. Ash value greater than 5% is an indicator of the addition of inorganic metal salts in the product, which makes it unfit for human consumption.
  • 9. Is this product melamine free?
    Yes, this product is free of melamine.
  • 1. Does stinging nettle smell badly?
    No, stinging nettle smells like any other green leafy plant. It does not have any bad or foul smell.
  • 2. What are the plant parts used for the preparation of this stinging nettle powder?
    The aerial parts of the stinging nettle plant are generally used for the preparation of the powder, depending upon the end use. This stinging nettle powder has been prepared using the leaves of the plant.
  • 3. How is the appearance of stinging nettle powder?
    This product is a fine, free-flowing, and greenish-brown powder with a characteristic odor and taste.
  • 4. What part of the Nettle plant stings?
    The plant body is covered with tiny sharp hairs. If you happen to brush up against these hairs, they inject formic acid into the skin. This gives the skin a stinging sensation.
  • 5. What is the assay method used here?
    The assay method used for this product is TLC.
  • 6. Is any solvent used in stinging nettle extract powder 10:1?
    Hydro-alcoholic solvents are used during the extraction process of this powder.