The newest Scientific Research result of Suptek Ultra Pure Carnosic Acid has gone into Mass Production formally on May 20th, 2015. We have received two purchase orders from a famous international Health care company and a famous University the Pharmacy College separately. Ultra Pure Carnosic Acid has three concentrations which are 90%,95% and 99%, widely applied in Standards, Medicine, Health products, Cosmetics, food and other fields.
Rosemary is a rare spice plant native to Europe and Mediterranean, you can smell its special fragrance in many kinds of perfumes. At present, Rosemary Extract is the most important natural Antioxidant, it has the advantage of Safe, non-toxic, prior antioxidant ability, Strong antibacterial ability, high temperature resistance, etc. Furthermore, more and more research indicates that Rosemary extract has functions and effects of an antioxidant, delaying human aging, freckles, wrinkle reduction, enhancing memory, limiting weight gain, hypolipidemic, prevention of hypertension and atherosclerosis , prevention and treatment in certain cancers , improve liver function, etc. Carnosic acid is one of the main active principles of Rosemary extract, the introduction of Ultra pure Carnosic acid will promote further study in these aspects and serve for human health.
The Mass Production of Ultra pure Carnosic acid is the initiation into this industry line, which has reached the worlds advanced level, and fully demonstrated the leadership of Suptek in the Rosemary expertise area.
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 Mi-Young Park, Seong Taek Mun: Dietary carnosic acid suppresses hepatic steatosis formation via regulation of hepatic fatty acid metabolism in high-fat diet-fed mice. Nutrition Research and Practice (Nutr Res Pract) 2013;7(4):294-301
 Margarita Gonza´ lez-Vallinas1, Susana Molina, et al: Expression of MicroRNA-15b and the Glycosyltransferase GCNT3 Correlates with Antitumor Efficacy of Rosemary Diterpenes in Colon and Pancreatic Cancer. PLOS ONE June 2014 | Volume 9 | Issue 6 | e98556
 López-Jiménez A, García-Caballero M, et al: Anti-angiogenic properties of carnosol and carnosic acid, two major dietary compounds from rosemary. Eur J Nutr 2011 Dec 16
 Hu Yan, Yao Jihong, Zhang Feng, et al: Sirtuin 1-Mediated Inhibition of p66shc Expression Alleviates Liver Ischemia Reperfusion Injury. Critical Care Medicine May 2014 • Volume 42 • Number 5