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Knowledge About Rosemary Extract Benefits

Rosemary extract has excellent potential for development in food, cosmetics, medicine, and health products due to its potent antioxidant properties, good heat resistance, good stability, anti-ageing, high efficiency, and broad-spectrum effects. So, what is rosemary extract used for?

Ⅰ. Rosemary extract powder applied in the food industry

Rosemary itself is a spice plant extract powder with a long history. Because of its fragrant smell, among types of herbal extracts,  its leaves or the entire plant outside the xylem can be used to dry and grind after harvest quickly and then add it to food in a particular proportion for cooking.

Ⅱ. Rosemary extract powder applied in medicine and health products

In medicine, the antioxidant properties of rosemary extract powder can also prevent DNA from being damaged by oxidation and reduce the occurrence of cancer. It is also suitable for adjuvant therapy for patients with various liver diseases.

Ⅲ. Rosemary extract powder applied in cosmetics

Rosemary extract is natural and non-toxic, and its antioxidant effect is much higher than the existing natural antioxidants such as VC, VE and tea polyphenols. It is 2 to 4 times that of synthetic antioxidants BHA and BHT, and its structure is stable, not easy to decompose, and can withstand high temperatures from 190°C to 240°C. In plant extract factory, It completely overcomes the fatal weakness that most natural antioxidants such as VC and tea polyphenols deteriorate under high temperatures. Therefore, it is more efficient and broad-spectrum compared with other similar products, with unique advantages.

Rosemary extract has superior antioxidant properties, pure naturalness, and non-toxic side effects to the human body. It has been highly valued by people today in advocating green initiatives. Rosemary extract has long been widely used in skincare products, shampoos, perfumes, etc.

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