Ginger CO2-to extract
Zingiber officinale Roscoe – Rhizome, dried
By supercritical fluid extraction with natural carbon dioxide, no solvent residues, no inorganic salts, no heavy metals, no reproducible microorganisms .
The extract contains 30 – 50 % essential oil containing zingiberene, ar-curcumene, citral (neral, geranial), alpha-farnesene, beta-bisabolene, beta-sesquiphellandrene. 24 – 35 % total pungent compounds including gingerols, shogaols (less than 5 %) and small amounts of zingerone.
In medicine, extracts of ginger are used in herbal remedies for the prevention of nausea and vomiting in motion sickness. Ginger has also been used for mild, cramp-like stomach problems and flatulence . The extract is used for coughs and sore throats . Ginger has antioxidative and antimicrobial effects. Studies have shown an effect against cardiovascular diseases .*
The ginger extract gives food and drink an interesting, fresh, spicy and hot taste, so that the extract is often used in sweets, drinks, alcoholic beverages and also in rice, meat and other tasty dishes. Ginger products are popular in Asian and also European cuisine.*
Due to its positive physiological properties, ginger extract can be used in various food supplements.*
Because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, ginger can reduce UV-induced wrinkling and protect against skin aging [5,6]. Ginger is also reported to improve blood circulation and thus help relieve tension . The ginger extract is therefore suitable for use in anti-aging products, sun creams, massage oils and relaxation baths. In addition, the ginger extract has a characteristic and invigorating aroma. Therefore the extract is also suitable as a fragrance in perfume, deodorants, shower gel and shampoos.*
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