Mexican marigold, also called Aztec marigold, is a species of the genus Tagetes native to Mexico and Central America. It was cultivated by the Aztecs for medicinal, ceremonial and decorative purposes.
Marigold can relieve digestive tract problems including poor appetite, swollen gas, stomach pain, colic, intestinal worms, and dysentery. It is also used for coughs, colds, mumps, fluid retention and sore eyes. Ingested by women, it is capable of inducing menstruation, treating sore breasts (mastitis), and protecting against miscarriage. Its florets are rich in the orange-yellow carotenoid lutein, which can help protect the eyes against oxidative stress and decrease the risk of eye diseases such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and cataracts. Moreover, lutein is used as a yellow/orange food color in the European Union, Australia and New Zealand for foods such as pasta, vegetable oil, margarine, mayonnaise, salad dressing, baked goods, confectionery, dairy products, ice cream, yogurt, citrus juice and mustard.
It can protect our eyesight, cure retina injury caused by light, and prevent cataract and blindness caused by AMD.
It is an antioxidant which can scavenge free radicals caused by light and metabolism and inhibit the lipid oxidation.
It can lower risk of getting cancer and inhibit several cancers.
|Latin Name||Tagetes erecta L|
|Type||Marigold Flower extract|
|Extraction Type||Solvent Extraction|
|Place of Origin||China (Mainland)|
|Grade||Pharmaceutical Grade, Food|
|Application||Pharmaceutical Raw Materials|
|Test Method||HPLC UV|
|Payment Term||T/T 100% paid in advance|
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