Turmeric comes from the dried rhizomes of ginger plants. Turmeric is a perennial herb. Its nature is pungent, bitter and warm. It enters the heart, liver and spleen meridians. It can break blood stasis, clear meridians and relieve pain, and is conducive to digestion. As a condiment, natural colorant and natural dye, turmeric pigments have shown great potential. Curcumin is one of the main components of Curcuma, which has been widely used as pigment, food additive and condiment. The content of curcumin in Curcuma is 70%, the content of Demethoxycurcumin is 10%-20%, and the content of Demethoxycurcumin is 10%. Turmeric is one of the natural edible pigments with the largest sales volume in the world. It is a food additive approved by the World Health Organization, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and many countries.
Product application of crude extract of turmeric:
1. Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, regulating blood lipids and blood glucose, protecting the liver and gallbladder.
2. Improve body immunity and animal production performance.
3. Alleviate cell oxidative damage and have better absorption effect.
Pseudosciaena crocea: curcumin can significantly improve the average body weight gain and survival rate of Pseudosciaena crocea, reduce the bait coefficient, and improve the body color of Pseudosciaena crocea.
Grasscarp: curcumin can significantly promote the growth of Grasscarp and reduce the feed coefficient.
Tilapia: curcumin can increase the weight gain rate, SOD activity and specific growth rate of tilapia, and significantly reduce the feed coefficient.
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