Gotu Kola, also known locally as glasses vegetables. Centella asiatica (Linn) belongs to the family Umbelliferae (Apiaceae). Later, it was widely cultivated all over the world. In Thailand, gotu kola leaves can be found throughout all regions of the country. It is used in cooking and is used as a herb in many recipes. Such as in lanna medical recipes. It is used to relieve heat stroke, unilateral headaches, cramps, relieve joint or tooth pain, stimulate bowel movements, and relieve bloating. In Chinese medicine, it is used to treat wounds, diuretics. Antidote to swelling or flu symptoms
Centella asiatica chemical makeup
The chemical composition in gotu kola consists of: Asiatic acid, Asiaticoside, Madecassic acid and Madecaassoside or what is known in the cosmetic industry as Cica in products that contain such substances. which is effective in Anti-inflammatory, reduce skin irritation and wound healing is very popular in products for use after procedures. Promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin under the skin add moisture, soothe the skin, nourishment, helps anti-acne and protects the skin from pollution.
The Uses of Centella Asiatica Extract in the cosmetic industry
Centella asiatica extract can protect neurotransmitters, nourish the brain, relieve symptoms, antidepressant restores learning and memory. Helps in cognitive function, relaxes, has the ability to be a good antioxidant. Helps reduce blood sugar levels, rehabilitation of wounds, antiulcer activity helps nourish the heart, pain relief, resist the deterioration of various cells, increase the body’s immune level and contributes to the inhibition of cancer cells.
Properties of centella asiatica extract
Research on centella asiatica extract shound be expanded.
Centella asiatica extract can be used to further research to analyze the chemical constituents of different parts of Centella asiatica in each area. Purification of extracts extract efficacy test The development of a form of utilization of extracts and applying technology to store active ingredients in products. At present, TIBD has cooperated with leading research institutes both domestically and internationally such as Japan and Brazil in the development of research and natural extracts. However, if you are interested in co-investing in the form of research development, develop commercial patents or expand the production of product formulas under your brand. You can contact us through all channels.
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