Acacia Catechu Extract

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  • Active Ingredient: Tannins 25%, Catechin 10%
  • Common Name: Catechu Tree, Black Cutch
  • Botanical Name: Senegalia catechu
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Description

Description

Acacia catechu (Leguminosae), commonly known as black catechu or cutch. Ayurveda recognizes the use of Acacia catechu heartwood (known as Khadira) in treating various conditions. Acacia catechu is highly valuable for its powerful astringent and antioxidant properties. Acacia catechu extract is derived from heartwood of the tree and is known to contain catechins, which have wide range of therapeutic actions.

TEST SPECIFICATION RESULT
1) Physiochemical
a) Description Dark Brown coloured dry powder with characteristic odour & taste. Complies
b) Solubility  in  
        1) WSE NLT 80% 0.8436
        2)  ASE 50 NLT 60% 0.7043
pH 1% w/v Solution 3 – 8 6.2
Heavy Metals NMT 10 ppm Complies
Loss on Drying NMT 7% 3.85
Catechine NLT 65 % 0.673
2) Microbiological  
Total Plate Count NMT 1000 cfu /gm Complies
Yeast & Mould NMT 100 cfu / gm Complies
E.Coli & Absent Absent
Salmonella. Spp. Absent Absent
S.aureus Absent Absent
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