Aloin powder (1415-73-2) video
What is Aloin?
Aloin, also know as barbaloin, is a bitter, yellow-brown colored compound noted in the exudate of at least 68 Aloe species at levels from 0.1 to 6.6% of leaf dry weight (making between 3% and 35% of the total exudate) ( Groom & Reynolds, 1987), and in another 17 species at indeterminate levels. When dried, it has been used as a bittering agent in commerce (alcoholic beverages). Aloe is listed in federal regulations as a natural substance that may be ” safely used in food” when used ” in the minimum quantity required to produce their intended physical or technical effect and in accordance with all the principles of good manufacturing practice.” This food application is generally limited to use in quite small quantities as a flavoring in alcoholic beverages and may usually be identified only as a ” natural flavor.”
- With the function of anti-bactericidal and anti-inflammatory, it can accelerate the concrescence of the wounds.
- Eliminating waste material from the body and promoting the blood circulation.
- With the function of whitening and moisturizing skin, especially in treating acne.
- Relieving the pain and treating hangover, sickness, seasickness.
- Preventing skin being damaged from ultraviolet radiation and making skin soft and elastic.
Aloin powder uses
- Applied in cosmetic field, aloe vera aloin powder is able to nourish and cure the skin;
- Applied in food additives,aloe vera aloin powder used as nutritious supplementary pharmaceutical;
- Applied in pharmaceutical field,aloe vera aloin used to treat constipation and expel of toxin and treating;
- Applied in health product field,aloe vera aloin powder used as raw materials to help body with better health care.
Aloin side effects:
Overstimulation of the bowels
Dramatic weight loss
- Grün, M; G. Franz (October 1981). “In vitro biosynthesis of the C-glycosidic bond in aloin”. Planta. 152 (6): 562–564. doi:10.1007/BF00380828. PMID 24301161.
- Wamer, WG; Vath, P; Falvey, DE (January 2003). “In vitro studies on the photobiological properties of aloe emodin and aloin A”. Free Radic Biol Med. 34 (2): 233–42. doi:10.1016/S0891-5849(02)01242-X. PMID 12521605.
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