- Ätherische Öle
- Pflanzliche Rohstoffe
- Aminosäuren / Vitamine
- Aromen / Duftstoffe
- Bindemittel / Verdicker / Geliermittel
- Chelatbildner / Komplexbildner
- Farben / Lacke / Pigmente
- Fette / Öle / Wachse / Harze
- Filmbildner / Schaumbildner
- Glyzerin / Fettsäuren
- Kunststoffe / Zwischenprodukte
- Pflanzenextrakte / Extrakte
- Tenside / Grenzflächenaktive Stoffe
- UV Absorber / Lichtschutz
- Metalle / Metallverbindungen
Description: Ascorbic acid is a colorless, odorless, crystalline, water-soluble solid with an acidic taste. It is an organic acid, more precisely a vinyloge carboxylic acid; its salts are called ascorbates. Ascorbic acid is available in four differe ...
Description: Resveratrol - also referred to as trans-3,5,4′-trihydroxystilbene - is an organic compound that occurs naturally in various plants. It was first described and named in 1939 by Michio Takaoka. The compound belongs to the Stilbene deriv ...
Description: Calcium ascorbate is used as an antioxidant, flour treatment agent and color stabilizer. It is frequently used to increase the vitamin C content. If this is the only reason why calcium ascorbate is used, it can be declared as vitamin C ...
Description: K Vitamins in general are necessary for blood clotting. Cabbage, spinach and salad contain these vitamins. The scienfitic name for Vitamin K2 is „menachinone“. K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is formed from vitamin K1, which is a c ...
Description: Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is a colorless, odorless, crystalline, water-soluble solid with an acidic taste. It is an organic acid, more precisely a vinyloge carboxylic acid; its salts are called ascorbates. Ascorbic acid is available in ...
Description: Incense is a remedy already mentioned in the Bible. The healing effects of incense and its basic substance myrrh have therefore been well known since ancient times. However, the scientific research of this traditional remedy was only st ...
Description: Squalene (C30H50) is an organic molecule, a triterpene produced by all higher organisms. It also plays a role in the human metabolism. Squalene is found in high concentrations in the liver of some shark species, such as the liver of the ...
Description: Natural sources of resveratrol are grapes, raspberries, mulberries, plums, peanuts, and the Japanese knotweed. Above all, however, the red grape seems to have an increased proportion of this active ingredient. In numerous test series a ...
Description: Squalene lowers cholesterol levels in the blood (lowers LDL and increases HDL). Laboratory tests have confirmed the cholesterol-lowering properties of squalene and have also led pharmacologists to add statin drugs (drugs to lower choles ...
Description: Vitamin K1 belongs to the fat-soluble K vitamins. In the human organism it plays an important role in blood coagulation, among other things. It occurs naturally in the chloroplasts of many green (leaf) vegetables such as kale, spinach a ...