Mak Kuang Extract in the Cosmetic Industry
Female mosquitos contain important chemical components such as Acetylaleuritolic acid, Stigmasteriol, Quercetin, and Oleanolic acid, which have the ability to inhibit bacteria (Anti-bacterial), viruses (Anti-virus), and fungi (Anti-fungal), as well as anti-inflammatory (Anti-inflammatory), anti-cancer (Anti-cancer), and antioxidants (Anti-oxidation).
Mak Kuang extract in the food supplement industry
According to the findings, the extracts from the mangosteen fruit contain lignans, which have anti-oxidant activity against cancer and tuberculosis, as well as coumarins, which are active in antibacterial reduce blood clotting and has the effect of dilating blood vessels, nourishing blood, lowering blood pressure, pain relief, inhibit osteoporosis (Antiosteoporosis), reduce hypoglycemia (Hypoglycemic), and It also aids in the improvement of appetite and digestion. According to the Ministry of Public Health’s release of the traditional home treatment, there is now study supporting the usage of maca oil to alleviate pain.
Mak Kuang Extract
Mak kuang, scientific name Zanthoxylum rhetsa (Roxb.) DC., Z. limonella (Dennst.) Alston, Rutaceae family, found in India, Burma, Malaysia, and Africa. Tamarind is a plant endemic to northern Thailand, including Nan, Phayao, Mae Hong Son, Lampang, and Lamphun. It is commonly used in cooking to mask fishy odours and to give scent and taste to spicy foods. Mala from China is comparable. Essential oils from the macaque are used in old Thai medical texts to treat wind dizzy, nourish blood, drive wind, ease flatulence, asthma, relieve toothache, and treat tooth decay.
The chemical composition of Mak Kuang
There are chemical components in nutmeg such as fixed oil and volatile oil such as Limonene, Alpha-phellandrene, and Trans-beta-ocimene. It also contains alkaloids, lignans, coumarins, terpenes, tannins, flavonoids, phenolics, and glycosides, which have antioxidant (Anti-oxidation), anti-inflammatory (Anti-inflammatory), antibacterial (Anti-bacterial), antifungal (Anti-fungal), and anti-cancer (Anti-cancer) properties and can be used in mosquito spraying. Farmers in the northern region are being urged to grow macaws alternately with forest plantings in order to support rare medicinal plants in the community.
Properties of Mak Kuang Extract
Solve the problem of dullness, adjust the color of the skin to be white, smooth, consistent
Pain relief anti-inflammatory
Lowering blood sugar levels for diabetics
Continuing the research development of the Mak Kuang Extract
Mak kuang extract may be utilized to conduct more research in order to boost the extract yield. Testing the extract’s potency and using technologies to store the active compounds in the product. In the development of research and natural extracts, TIBD now collaborates with major research institutes both locally and abroad, such as Japan and Brazil. However, if you are interested in co-investing in the form of research development, commercial patent development, or continuing to make product formulae under your brand, you may contact the firm through any channel.
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