Identity Verified

(Some real life examples)

“In natural science the principles of truth ought to be confirmed by observation”.
Carolus Linnaeus Philosophia Botanica (1751)

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a) Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizomes are widely used as spice and medicine. Ginger produces clusters of white and pink flower buds that bloom into yellow flowers. The odor of ginger rhizome is aromatic and penetrating, the taste spicy, pungent and hot. It is adulterated with rhizomes of Alpinia katsumadai and Kaempferia galanga. The authenticity and quality of ginger is best tested by HPLC. Ginger used in Lanconone® contains all key gingerols – 6-Gingerol, 8-Gingerol, 6-Shagoal and 10-Gingerol.

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Lanconone® is a formula of seven herbs in which authentic Boswellia serrata extract was used that provides rapid and sustained joint comfort.

HPLC profile of total Boswellic acids from the extract of authentic source of Boswellia serrata

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Fourier-transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) is a high-resolution analytical technique used as an Identification test for Lanconone®

FT-IR ID of Lanconone

Roots for coagulating milk or male sexual health

Although hugely popular, Withania somnifera is often contaminated with related species Withania coagulans. Withania coagulans is also important plant for its property of coagulating milk. To ensure the best male sexual health benefits HeezOn® uses only DNA authenticated roots of Withania somnifera. DNA finger printing of Withania somnifera roots.

Alpinia galanga or Alpinia calcarata

Out of several species of Alpinia, three most commonly grown species are Alpinia galanga, Alpinia calcarata and Alpinia officinarum. The roots of Alpinia galanga and Alpinia officinarum are well identified in trade as greater and lesser galangal respectively. But the roots of Alpinia galanga and Alpinia calcarata appear very similar to the untrained eye and hence any adulteration or substitution can go unnoticed. Because of the close similarities between Alpinia calcarata and Alpinia galanga, a macroscopy, microscopy and DNA testing together helped authenticate EnXtra® raw material. 

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