- 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: Inositol can be produced by the body itself from glucose and is therefore not considered essential. Inositol is mainly found in nuts, beans, wheat and wheat germ as well as in oranges. It occurs mainly in the form of phytates. If they a ...
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: 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. Many processes in the human ...
Description: Squalene (C30H50) is an organic molecule, a triterpene produced by all higher organisms. It also plays a role in the human metabolism. It is found in olive oil (0.1-0.7%) and other vegetable oils, such as wheat germ oil or rice oil (les ...
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: The fat-soluble vitamin D takes over many tasks in our organism. For example, it strengthens the bones and has an influence on muscle strength. Vitamin D is converted by synthesis from 7-dehydrocholesterol in the body. This requires suf ...
Description: Inositol is considered a vitaminoid, a vitamin-like substance that was identified about 100 years ago in the urine of diabetics. Today it is classified as a complex of B vitamins. Inositol is a (hexavalent) alcohol and occurs both in pl ...
Description: The scienfitic name for Vitamin K2 is „menachinone“. K2 is a fat-soluble vitamin. K Vitamins in general are necessary for blood clotting. Cabbage, spinach and salad contain these vitamins. They belong to the fat-soluble vitamins. It ...
Description: Alpha lipoic acid can deactivate reactive oxygen species ("oxygen radicals"), which are not only responsible for an abundance of health complaints, but are also associated with the physical process of aging. This leads to a reduction in ...
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. Vitamin C is a water-soluble ...