PAPRIKA INCO 5/MPG

Description

Capsicum annuum is cultivated on a large scale in southern India, in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. After harvesting, the fruits are dried and ground to produce the spice called paprika. The paprika then undergoes an extraction process to obtain an oleoresin used in the food industry as a natural red dye.

Extraits : Extract

Capsicum annuum L.
Extract
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Code F1895
CAS TSCA 68917-78-2/57-55-6
CAS EINECS 84625-29-6/57-55-6

Origin

Capsicum annuum is cultivated on a large scale in southern India, in the states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. After harvesting, the fruits are dried and ground to produce the spice called paprika. The paprika then undergoes an extraction process to obtain an oleoresin used in the food industry as a natural red dye.
Biolandes processes the paprika oleoresin by fractional distillation to obtain a colorless extract with an original odor of dried tomato.
Fruit
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Biolandes processes the paprika oleoresin by fractional distillation to obtain a colorless extract with an original odor of dried tomato.

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Beauty and personal care

Paprika is a rich source of vitamin B6, which helps prevent hair loss. Paprika also contains a significant amount of iron, which facilitates the transfer of oxygen to the hair follicles. It stimulates hair growth by improving circulation in the scalp. In addition, the vitamin B6 in paprika is involved in the production of melanin, the pigment that gives hair color.
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Paprika is a rich source of vitamin B6, which helps prevent hair loss. Paprika also contains a significant amount of iron, which facilitates the transfer of oxygen to the hair follicles. It stimulates hair growth by improving circulation in the scalp. In addition, the vitamin B6 in paprika is involved in the production of melanin, the pigment that gives hair color.
JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC

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