Oyster Extract, Concha Ostreae Extract
NAMEOyster Extract, Concha Ostreae Extract  
Category:Ratio herbal extract

Product name:Oyster Extract, Concha Ostreae Extract

Latin Name: Concha Ostreae

Part used: Shell

Appearance: Brown Yellow Fine Powder

Specification: 10:1

Test Method: TLC

Brand: Yongyuan Bio.

Oyster Description: It is from "Sheng Nong's herbal classic". Commonly known as oyster and Concha Ostreae etc.. That is the shells of Ostrea gigas Thunb. or O.talienwhanensisCrosse, etc. It is produced in Shandong, Jiangsu, Fujian, Guangdong, Zhejiang, Hebei, Liaoning and other places. Oyster is a popular luxury seafood, which is delicious and nutritious. It enjoys the reputation of "milk in the sea". Oyster extract is rich in protein, glycogen, vitamins, trace elements, taurine, inositol and other bioactive substances. Dried oyster meat contains protein up to 45%~57%, fat 7%~11%, hepatic glycogen 19%~38%. The content of calcium is close to milk, and the content of iron is 21 times as much as milk. If the oyster is compared with the marine products of the same weight, the heat of oyster and clam are equivalent, but less than prawn and salmon,so the heat is not too high;The cholesterol content of oyster more less than the same genus marine products of octopus, squid and others.

Oyster Uses: health products, cosmetic nutrition product, beverage and food additives and so on. Such as Vitamore oyster extract.

Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.


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