Source: kaempferia parviflora
Origin of raw materials: Thailand and Southeast Asia
Used part: roots
Appearance: purple-black powder
Specification: 5,7-dimethoxyflavone 10%
Thai black ginger, also known as kaempferia parviflora (KP), is a plant mainly produced in Thailand and Southeast Asia. It is also called rotten ginger and Thai ginseng. Its English name is kaempferia parviflora.
Kaempferia parviflora is a unique plant that looks like ginger and is purple inside after cutting. It is used as raw material for dietary supplements in Southeast Asia, especially Thailand. It has been used as herbal medicine by the locals in Southeast Asia for centuries.
The latest research shows that the extract of kaempferia parviflora contains ingredients that can stimulate male androgens and thus promote the physiological functions of men.
The chemical constituents of kaempferia parviflora mainly include dimethoxy and trimethoxy.
1. Kurachaidamu extract can improve one’s exercise capacity. Some pharmacological studies on kaempferia parviflora have shown that Thai black ginger extract has anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, anti-mutagenic, anti-depressant, anti-cholinesterase, anti-microbial and anti-cancer effects, prevent peptic ulcer, protect the heart, and inhibit obesity.
2. It can enhance male sexual function.
Packaging and shipping:
25 kg export-grade cardboard barrels as outer package; double-layer food-grade plastic bag as inner package
Shipped by air, by sea and by express.