Sabinsa launches standardized aged garlic extract for heart health

Recently, according to foreign media reports, Sabinsa has launched aged garlic extract raw materials.

The company said the raw materials undergo strict standards to ensure that the content of its active ingredient s-alanine cysteine (SAC) reaches 0.5%. This is good news for cardiovascular health supplement companies looking for high-quality aged garlic extract.

Compared with fresh garlic, the pungent smell of aged garlic extract is reduced, which makes it more friendly for product development.

It is reported that the ingredient is extracted from garlic bulbs. The company notes that, like any agricultural product, the quality and composition of aged garlic extract depends on how the raw material was grown, temperature and humidity, and how long the raw material is aged.

Dr. Anurag Pande, Vice President of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs at Sabinsa, said: “As a heart-healthy ingredient, one of the selling points of aged garlic extract is that consumers are very familiar with the plant. Garlic is acceptable as a food, and aged garlic The extract needs no more introduction either. It’s a well understood ingredient.”

Post time: Dec-19-2023