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January 7, 2021

New In Germany: Active Ingredient Of Gamma-oryzanol From Rice Bran And Rice Bran Oil

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan – 6:13 pm

Amata International offers a product with Gamma oryzanol from mid-October. An active ingredient which occurs only in rice and can significantly reduce the cholesterol and blood lipids. Munich, October 07, 2008 – under the name of Amata Oryza, the Thai company now also in Germany offers a new supplement. The capsules are available in the pharmacy. Distributor is the company community Pharma Vertriebs GmbH & co. KG in 82041 Munich. Active ingredient of the product is Gamma oryzanol. A vegetable fat, called also added phytosterols, which occurs only in the rice.

It can significantly reduce the cholesterol and blood fat levels and protect the cardiovascular system. Keep seems a digestive and prevents fatigue. The product was developed active substance of 500 g rice in a capsule by Mrs Dr. Somrudee Aursudkij, a renowned Thai dermatologist. It is recommended daily intake 2 capsules of 1. The active substance of 500 g rice is contained in a capsule. In Japan, Gamma-oryzanol is around 40 years due to the antioxidant effect as Medical uses.

The active ingredient complex is obtained from rice bran and rice bran oil. For Muslim consumers suitable the capsules are manufactured from vegetarian-raw materials and free of genetic engineering. This user that would waive a dosage form of animal origin due to their diet or their religion, can easily take the product. Amata Oryza capsules have the halal certificate and are suitable for Muslim consumers. The Amata international network public co., Ltd. is a Thai group has so far been in Asia, Oceania and America. The company has leading-edge research technologies and occupies leading positions in its key products. The portfolio comprises products for health, personal care and cosmetics. The founded in 2001, Amata Group employs almost 1000 people and generated revenues of $47 million in 2007. The headquarters is in Bangkok.

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