Latin Name: Laminaria japonica
Active Ingredients: 30% & 50% Polysaccharides
Appearance: Brown fine powder
Used Part: Algae
Test Method: UV
Sieve Analysis: Pass 80 mesh
Shelf Life: 2 years
Laminaria, Spore, Laminaria, Laminaria. Any of various large brown algae of large, fast growing and high economic value, named for its pliability and flexibility in the sea. Alias: kimbo, Chinese cabbage, lun cloth, sea kunbun, seahorse Iris, kelp, kelp. 1. Kelp is rich in carbohydrates, less protein and less fat. 2. The contents of crude protein, sugar, calcium and iron in kelp are several times or even ten times higher than those in green leafy vegetables. Kelp is a kind of seaweed which is rich in iodine. Fresh kelp is 95% water, 3% dietary fiber, the calorie is very low. Kelp also contains a lot of mannitol.
1.Treatment of hypothyroidism
2.Diuretic detumescence can prevent and treat renal failure, senile edema, drug poisoning.
3. Synergistic effect of glycol, iodine, potassium and niacin in the prevention and treatment of kelp, effects on heart disease, diabetes and hypertensionwhich contains high quality protein and unsaturated fatty acids and has certain prevention and treatment .
4. Reduce the probability of radioactive diseases.
5.Kelp also keeps out the cold.
6.Have anticancer, anticancer effect.
1.Applied in health food field.
2.Applied in cosmetic field.
3.Applied in pharmaceutical field.