Wintergreen Leaf Powder

Wintergreen is a creeping rhizomic grass, indigenous to eastern North America. This evergreen plant, belonging to the Ericaceae family, grows well in the cold areas of Canada and East Asia. It is used in candies, teas, jellies, jams, and other food items to add flavour. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of wintergreen reduce pain, alleviate skin irritation, and remove toxins from the body.

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  • 1. How is wintergreen leaf powder qualified based on microbial parameters?
    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.
  • 2. What is the appearance and odour of this product?
    The wintergreen leaf powder provided by us is a light yellowish-brown free flowing powder with a characteristic odour.
  • 3. Is this a GMO-Free product?
    Yes, our products are free from GMO. As GMOs are dangerous for health, we do not accept wintergreen leaf powder from the facilities where GMOs are manufactured, processed, or produced.
  • 4. Are pathogens like E. coli and Salmonella present in this product?
    No, E. coli and Salmonella are not present in the wintergreen leaf powder provided by us.
  • 5. What is the acceptable moisture content in the wintergreen leaf powder that you provide?
    The moisture content in our wintergreen leaf powder is below 10%. This offers better control over microbial growth and increases the overall shelf life
  • 6. Is wintergreen leaf powder an allergen-free product?
    Yes, the wintergreen leaf powder provided by us is free from all allergens.
  • 7. What does the sulphated ash value in wintergreen leaf powder represent?
    Sulphated ash value denotes the quantity of inorganic impurity present in an organic substance. Ash value greater than 10% indicates the addition of inorganic impurities in the product. The wintergreen leaf powder provided by us has a sulphated ash value of less than 5%.
  • 8. What is the botanical name of the product? Are there any synonyms of this product?
    The botanical name of the product is Gaultheria procumbens. It is also known as boxberry, checkerbery, and groundberry.
  • 9. Is this a food grade product?
    Yes, this product is food grade.