KUMIS KUCHING EXTRACT BG

  KUMIS KUCHING EXTRACT BG                        
  Anti-aging extract made from plant harvested in Okinawa, Japan                                         

 KUMIS KUCHING is believed to have anti-allergic, antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, and diuretic properties. It is used for treating gout, diabetes and
rheumatism. In Japan, the leaves are drunk as tea that lowers blood pressure for a long time.

 KUMIS KUCHING EXTRACT BG obtained by extracting with 60% 1,3-Butylene glycol from Orthosiphon stamineus Benth. is useful as the beautification and whitening natural ingredient.

  

Avobe, Non-free sample.

  Product Features                                                                                                                

 It contains useful polyphenols such as Rosmarinic acid and Luteolin
Useful polyphenols contained in the product efficiently block the release of the stimulating factor of the melanin production (Endotherin-1).

 We use the organic plant harvested in specified farm
Kumis Kuching that we use is produced by the method of following to Japan Agricultural Standard of Organic Agricultural Products. Neither agricultural chemicals nor the prohibited chemical fertilizer are used.

 

Kumis Kuching farm in Okinawa.

  2   Composition / Information / Specification                                                                                  

 Composition

INCI Name CAS No. Content
ORTHOSIPHON STAMINEUS EXTRACT 84012-29-3 0.9%
BUTHYLENE GLYCOL 107-88-0 59.5%
WATER 7732-18-5 39.6%


 Specification 

 Item Specification
Description Light yellow to yellow-green liquid, Faint characteristic odor
Identification
(Polyphenols)
Positive
pH 5.0-7.0
Purity (1) Heavy metals Max. 20 ppm
Purity (2) Arsenic Max. 2 ppm
Residue on Evaporation 0.6 – 1.2 %

 Packaging: 1Kg, 2Kg (brown glass bottle)

 

 Safety Data

1. Acute oral toxicity 2. Primary skin irritation
3. Ocular irritation 4. Skin sensitization
5. Phototoxicity 6. Photosensitization
7. Cumulative application 8. Reverse mutation (Ames)
9. Human patch

  

 3  Experimental Data