95% Curcumin Powder
Curcumin Powder

95% Curcumin Powder

Latin Name:Curcuma Longa L

Source:Turmeric Rhizome


Testing Method:HPLC

Appearance:Orange Yellow Powder

Pesticide Residue:Comply with (EC) No 396/2005 Standard

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  • What is Curcumin Powder?

    Curcumin is a natural phenolic pigment extracted from turmeric (Curcumin longa), a plant of the ginger family, which is non-toxic and harmless. According to the chemical structure, curcumin compounds are rare coloured substances with diketones in the plant kingdom, and have the special structure of polyphenols, with one α, β unsaturated β diketone group, and phenolic hydroxyl group and methoxy group on two benzene rings, almost insoluble in water, easily soluble in organic solvents, and sensitive to acidity and alkalinity. Curcumin is often used as a herbal supplement, cosmetic ingredient, food flavouring and food colouring.


    Green Spring Technology supplies 95% Curcumin Powder, which has high content, good stability, smaller average particle size, good safety and high bioavailability.


    Founded in 2000, Green Spring Technology is dedicated to providing customers with natural, safe, and organic plant extracts. As a leading biotech company in China, it has 8 certifications and 7 patents, and its products are sold in more than 62 countries worldwide, serving more than 2,450 customers. Green Spring has obtained Halal, Kosher, COSMOS, BRC, IFS, FDA, ISO and many other certifications. We can provide authoritative third-party test reports.




    Product Name

    Curcumin Powder

    Latin Name

    Curcuma Longa L


    Turmeric Rhizome



    Testing Method



    Orange Yellow Powder

    Pesticide Residue

    Comply with (EC) No 396/2005 Standard



    It conforms to EU regulations.

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    The antioxidant effect of curcumin is mainly reflected in the scavenging of reactive oxygen radicals, inhibition of lipid peroxidation, increase in the activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT), glutathione peroxidase (GSH-PX), etc., and has a significant inhibitory effect on the lipid peroxidation of lecithin and the OH-induced oxidative damage to DNA.



    Curcumin is a plant polyphenol extracted from turmeric and is the most important active ingredient for turmeric to exert pharmacological effects. Recent studies have not only proved the traditional effects of turmeric, but also revealed some new pharmacological effects, such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, scavenging of oxygen free radicals, anti-human immunodeficiency virus, protection of liver and kidney, anti-fibrotic, as well as anti-cancer and anticancer, etc., which may be related to its inhibition of the activation and expression of transcription factors, such as nuclear factor - κB and activator protein-1, with no obvious toxic side effects.


    Liver Protection

    Curcumin strengthens the metabolic function of the liver and reduces liver cholesterol. Curcumin can promote the growth of bile and gallbladder contraction, and increase the production and secretion of bile. Yu Shaomei et al. in curcumin on grass carp liver injury repair research, through histopathological observation found that curcumin on liver injury grass carp liver tissue pathological changes have obvious improvement, repair effect. It was found that adding a certain amount of curcumin to broiler diets would have a protective effect on the liver of broilers because the addition of curcumin could reduce the activity of alkaline phosphatase and lactose dehydrogenase in the blood.


    Beneficial Against Depression

    Curcumin has also shown some promise in the treatment of mood disorders. Its positive effects on the brain include an increase in the brain neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, a reduction in inflammation, and a boost in brain plasticity, suggesting that the herb may be an effective antidepressant. Depression is also associated with reduced levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor and hippocampal atrophy. Curcumin can help increase brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels, potentially reversing some of these changes. A 2018 animal study also found that curcumin may help reduce anxiety.



    Curcumin is a diketone compound with some antimicrobial effects. It inhibits a wide range of microorganisms including bacteria, fungi and yeasts, especially Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli. In addition, curcumin has a natural anti-inflammatory component that inhibits and treats inflammation. Curcumin can reduce the infiltration of neutrophils in inflammatory tissues, thus inhibiting the production of pre-inflammatory cytokines by inflammatory cells.


    Promote Digestion

    Curcumin has a special aroma, can promote the secretion of saliva and gastric juice, increase appetite, can also promote gastrointestinal peristalsis, significantly improve the digestive function of livestock and poultry, promote growth and enhance production performance. Adding an appropriate amount of curcumin in feed can significantly improve the vitality of protease and amylase in the intestinal tract, thus promoting the body's digestion and absorption of nutrients.



    In the Food Field:

    Turmeric Extract Curcumin is a natural pigment that is often used as a natural colorant and functional ingredient in food and beverages. It is used for coloring canned food, sausage products, and sauces and marinades. In the United States, Canada, and Europe, turmeric extract has been a relatively well-established functional ingredient in the food and beverage sector. Curcumin supplements ranked as the fifth most popular dietary supplement among U.S. consumers in 2018.


    For Healthcare Products:

    Curcumin is mostly used in the health care industry to protect the liver and gallbladder and relieve traumatic arthritis, and its dosage forms are mainly concentrated in capsules, tablets, oral dosage forms, granules, and so on, and a considerable part of them are also soft candy products. In addition, curcumin in cancer treatment potential the medical researchers concerned, and gradually in the form of cancer prevention agents used in the medical field.


    For Feed Product:

    Adding curcumin to broiler feed in the right proportion can improve the immunity and production performance of broilers, and further improve the quality of broilers. Adding curcumin to sheep feed can significantly reduce the total number of leukocytes, somatic cells and fat content in sheep milk, and significantly increase milk production, indicating that the addition of curcumin to the diet can improve the production level and milk quality of sheep. 

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