Profile NoLatin Name: Terminalia chebula CAS No.: 90131-48-9 Active Ingredient: Tannins Specifications: 25% Test Method: Titration Part used: Fruit Appearance: greenish brown powder   Description Triphala is a combination of three medicinal herbs widely used in the Indian medical tradition. The plants used for its production, all native to the East, are Amla (Emblica officinalis),

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    Profile Latin Name: Thymus Vulgaris CAS No.: 84929-51-1 Active Ingredient: Thymol Specification: 0,2% Test Method: HPLC Part used: Aerial part Appearance: Fine yellow brown powder   Description Thyme (Thymus vulgaris L.) is an evergreen plant belonging to the Labiate family (which also includes rosemary and lavender), native to the western Mediterranean area. It grows spontaneously

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    Profile Latin Name: Tabebuia Avellanedae CAS No.: 223748-85-4 Active Ingredient: Naphthoquinone Specifications: 3% Test Method: UV-Vis Part used: Bark Appearance: Fine brown powder   Description Tabebuia has been used as a medicinal herb for over a thousand years. It is one of the remedies considered indispensable by the Callawaya Indians of Brazil and the Incas.

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    Profile Latin Name: Tribulus Terrestris CAS No.: 55056-80-9 Active Ingredient: Saponins Protodioscin Specifications: 40%  Test Method: HPLC Part used: Whole herbs  Appearance: Fine Brown Powder Standard: GMP, Kosher, HALAL, ISO9001, HACCP. Description Tribulus Terrestris is a flowering plant in the family Zygophyllaceae, native to warm temperate and tropical regions of the Old World in Southern

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    Profile Latin Name: Lycopersicon Esculentum CAS No.: 90131-63-8 Active Ingredient: lycopene Specifications: 5%, 6%, 10%, 90% of lycopene Part used: fruit  Test Method: HPLC Appearance: fine brown-red powder Description Tomatoes are often referred to the edible, often small to moderately sized, round red fruits of the tomato plant (Lycopersicum Esculentum). The species originated in Central

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