Adulteration, whether by accident or on purpose, has always been a concern. Overall, the dietary supplement industry has done a respectable job of implementing protocols to prevent this from happening.
For example, there is a program now officially known as “The Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program (BAPP), whose mission is to confirm the extent of dietary supplement/botanical ingredient adulteration in the United States and global markets, and provide guidance on which official or unofficial analytical methods are currently available and fit to help detect the presence (or absence) of a suspected or known adulterant.
We at Cactus Botanics support these efforts and insist on providing pure raw material with superior quality for the natural health industry. With this in mind, Cactus Botanics would like to introduce several of our raw materials that have undergone rigorous testing to ensure identity and authenticity as well as purity.
Cranberry Powder Extract
Cranberries are among the top foods with proven health benefits, according to researchers. Cranberry is rich in vitamin C, iron, antioxidants, and proanthocyanidins, which can prevent cell damage and maintain the health and vitality of cells, thus leaving the skin soft and rosy. It is also scientifically shown to:
●promote healthy functioning of the urinary system
●be effective in promoting oral health
●promote digestive health
Turmeric Powder Extract
Turmeric Powder ExtractThis extract is extracted from Curcuma Longa Linn. It is used as a Natural Food Color in the Food Industry, also widely used in pharmaceutical industry. The medicinal properties and health benefits of turmeric extract are attributed partly to its strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory characteristics. Turmeric Powder Extract, Cactus Botanics produced, can meet USP38 requirements.
●contain bioactive compounds with powerful medicinal properties
●promote increased the antioxidant capacity of the body
●boost brain-derived neurotrophic factor, linked to improve brain function and a lower risk of brain diseases