We purchase stems from farmers and suppliers as shown in pictures and we then cut them and clean them of foreign matter and we then bag them. We can provide with the following certificates, 1. Processing certificate. 2. SGS certificate. 3. Origin Certificate. 4. Phytosanitary Certificate. 5. USD 3.42/kg CIF China
Product Description Healing from Cough, sore throat, toothache, red eyes, bleeding haemorrhoids, bloody stools, bloody warts. Support the treatment of spondylosis disease and nephrolithiasis. Drying process: - Large and uniform seeds selection - Choose fresh seeds without pests - Dried under the sun and natural light - Standard moisture 10-12% - No impurities - No additives + No So2 + No Co2 + No GMO Packing: PA 200gram per bag and PE / PP bag 1KG-2KG-50KG / bag. Specification - Product Type: Cereal - Origin: Nut - Processing Type: Unrefined - Style: Dried - Feature: Low-Fat, Normal, Sugar-Free - Packaging: Bag, Barrel - Cooking Time: 15 - Weight (kg): 1 - Shelf Life: 3 years - Place of Origin: Quang Nam, Vietnam
Specifications : Colour : pale yellow (Grade WW) Softening point : 75 deg.C min Ash content : 0.02% max Acid value MgKOH/g : 166 min Unsaponifiable materials : 5% max Alcohol Insoluble materials : 0.03% max Packing: in new galvanised iron sheet drums N.WT : 225 kgs / drum G.WT : 229 kgs / drum 100 drums to be put in one 20 FCL
Lavender has been a favorite herb for centuries. The historic use and recognition of lavender is almost as old the history of man. As an herb, lavender has been in documented use for over 2,500 years. In ancient times lavender was used for mummification and perfume by the Egyptian's, Phoenicians, and peoples of Arabia. The Greeks and the romans bathed in lavender scented water and it was from the Latin word "lavo" meaning "to wash" that the herb took it's name. Perhaps first domesticated by the Arabians, lavender spread across Europe from Greece.
Psyllium husk comes from the crushed seeds of the plantago ovata plant. Psyllium husk is product mainly for its mucilage content. Psyllium is a natural, water soluble, gel-reducing fiber which is extracted from the husks of blond psyllium seeds (Plantago Ovata). Psyllium is a soluble fiber used primarily as a gentle bulk forming laxative. Psyllium husk is derived from these odorless, tasteless seeds. Psyllium contains up to 70% of soluble and 30% of insoluble fibers. Applications: Laxative: Psyllium husk (Plnatago ovata) is generally treated as laxative in the world market. Laxatives are food additives, which stimulate the bowel movement and facilitate excretory action in case of constipation. The swelling up of intestine due to bulk-forming laxative soften and increase the volume of the stools. This then encourages the bowel move and pushes the stool out. Weight Control: Psyllium mucilage absorbs water and expands substantially. In the stomach, Psyllium expansion produces feeling of fullness. This causes a decrease in food intake. Psyllium has no harmful chemical side effects; it is just an herb that is loaded with beneficial soluble fibre. Diarrhoea: Psyllium used as a bulk-forming agent to help relive mild to moderate diarrhoea. Psyllium soks a significant amount of water in the digestive tract circumstances, slower to pass.
Product Details: Grade Standard Reagent Grade Usage Industrial Packaging Size 50 Kg Packaging Type PP Bag Best Quality Jigat Powder. You can use it 1 Kg in with other 6 Kg Raw Material
Dried Hibiscus Flower Description: Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) belongs to the family Malvacea. It is an annual herb cultivated for its leaves, stem, seed and calyces. The crop is native to India but was introduced to other parts of the world such as Central America, West Indies and Africa. It is best grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Hibiscus is popularly called Zobo in Nigeria. The Nigerian hibiscus punch is made from an infusion of dried hibiscus calyxes which form at the base of flowers as they mature, this red calyxes are frequently used as a natural food coloring also make a delicious herbal punch which can be taken hot or cold. Harvest: Hibiscus sabdariffa is harvested from late October onwards. The harvest is timed according to the ripeness of the seed. The fleshy calyces are harvested after the flower has dropped but before the seedpod has dried and opened. The more time the capsule remains on the plant after the seeds begin to ripen. Specifications Features : Percentage Moisture : 5% Total Ash : 10% max Acid Insoluble Ash : 1.50% max Broken Sticks : 5% max Foreign matter : 2% max Salmonella : Negative
Morning Glory is a long, flat leaf with slender, hollow stems. This leafy vegetable goes by many names such as Ong choy, kangkong (pronounced kancun), water spinach and Chinese spinach. It is a popular vegetable in Asian and Surinamese cuisine with a subtle and slightly sweet taste. Morning Glory varieties with large, deep green leaves are more flavorful than the smaller leaf varieties Morning Glory is a semi-water plant native to Southeast Asia. This fast-growing vegetable is grown primarily in wet, tropical climates. The mature plant produces white, trumpet-shaped flowers with a purple center, although the leaves are harvested before blooming for the best flavor.
Lemon grass is a tall leafy plant having large striped leaves with a jagged edge. It is renowned for its sweet, herbaceous, smoky and lemony aroma and is widely used in preparing teas, soups, and curries. This lemon scented herb contains anti-inflammatory and sedative properties and is also believed to be a natural mosquito repellent. Its digestive nature stimulates appetite, while its vasodilative properties lifts the spirit of the mind. Besides being widely used as eatables, lemon grass is also suitable for poultry, fish, and seafood. This aromatic grass is often used as tea in African and Latino-American countries. Our Lemongrass is sourced from growers in Thailand, Vietnam and India.