Herbex Exports Pvt. Ltd. Blog http://www.herbexinternational.com/blog/ Latest Products Sun, 14 Jul 2024 04:13:17 +0530 en-us http://www.herbexinternational.com Gum Olibanum Makes a Lot of Sense to invest in http://www.herbexinternational.com/blog/gum-olibanum-makes-a-lot-of-sense-to-invest-in_4285.htm Fri, 14 Nov 2014 10:55:53 +0530 The origin of this aromatic resin is the tree Boswellia Serrata. Its primary end use is in the manufacture of fragrances and incense sticks. Also going by the name Frankincense, the bark of the Boswellia trees is stripped and the resin in the trees oozes out automatically. It is collected and allowed to harden into crystals. The resin has a natural, pleasant aroma. The <a href="http://www.herbexinternational.com/gum-olibanum.htm"><b>Gum Olibanum Exporters India</b></a> do the exercise of sorting the incenses based on their age, purity and aroma; not all the resins possess identical smell. They could differ depending on where the Boswellia trees are found and the conditions there.Varied UsesThe development and refining of the science of aromatherapy as an effective cure for a number of illnesses has opened up the scope for the use of perfumes like Gum Olibanum. It has also enabled the manufacturers and those who synthesize these incenses to make different grades of the product and export it to their customers worldwide. If one were to dig deeper, one will realize that the versatility of this incense or fragrance is unbelievable. After due processing and distilling as an oil, Gum Olibanum can be used for treatment of breathing disorders like bronchitis or even asthma. Another similar end use has to do with being a useful remedy for stress and stress related discomforts like depression and exhaustion. And there is a lot of research being done on the essential oil derived from Gum Olibanum, if these excellent properties of the incense can be exploited in the development of the immunity levels in humans. The future will definitely bring better tidings for this product.   Already, as an incense, Gum Olibanum and its derivative Frankincense have been used for lighting of incense sticks and scented candles in temples and other places of worship in several countries. The huge volume of business generated by this particular usage alone has been keeping the suppliers busy.Some other uses include making solutions for malaria like insecticides. If used effectively, it can prevent the onset of malaria in areas where the menace of mosquitos is rampant.    Packaging and ExportsGum Olibanum Exporters India look for their customers from around the world. Many customers also get in touch with them. The product is usually packed in PP bags and the packaging is usually in 50kgs and if specific customers demand, the suppliers could make it 100kgs pack as well. The export is usually as containerized cargo. The Health Benefits of Flax Seeds http://www.herbexinternational.com/blog/the-health-benefits-of-flax-seeds_4494.htm Thu, 11 Dec 2014 12:37:35 +0530 Flaxseed, also known as linseed is an ancient Mesopotamian crop which is cultivated for its rich oil content and fibre. <a href="http://www.herbexinternational.com/flax-seeds.htm"><b>Flax Seeds</b></a> are the powerhouse of nutrients like omega 3 fatty acids, anti oxidants, minerals and vitamins. The nutritional content of flaxseeds provides a lot many health benefits, which is the sole reason that flaxseeds are highly popular among health enthusiasts. Flaxseeds are also used in paints because of their quality of drying the paints. Also, they are used as cattle feed because they provide a wholesome meal to cattle. The various health benefits of flaxseeds are mentioned below.Source of omega 3 fatty acidsOne spoon of flaxseed oil provides about 8 grams of omega 3 fatty acid. Research studies suggest that omega 3 fatty acids is helpful in controlling blood pressure and preventing artery diseases, strokes and cancers of prostate, colon and breast. Good quantities of this essential oil facilitate development of infants and maturation of nervous system.Source of vitamin EFlaxseeds are excellent source of vitamin E. Vitamin E is extremely essential in maintaining the integrity of cell membranes of mucus membranes and skin as it prevents them from oxygen free radicals.Powerhouse of mineralsFlaxseeds provide many minerals like potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, magnesium, selenium and zinc. Provides vitamin BFlaxseeds are stuffed with B-complex groups of vitamins such as vitamin B-6, niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, pantothenic acid and folates. Thiamin is a vital co-factor for carbohydrate metabolism which prevents beri-beri disease. Folates help in preventing neural tube defects in the fetus during pregnancy. Flaxseeds are generally of brown, yellow or golden colours. Flaxseed oils are widely used as base oils or carrier oils in cooking because of their strong nutty flavour and aroma. Their various health benefits make them suitable for use in pharmaceutical and traditional medicines. The Health Benefits Of Flax Seeds http://www.herbexinternational.com/blog/the-health-benefits-of-flax-seeds_4785.htm Tue, 10 Feb 2015 10:57:08 +0530 Flax Seeds are popularly known as linseeds, which has many benefits. They can be used in paints, fiber and cattle feed. As they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, these seeds are readily consumed by the people. There are unlimited health benefits, which can be obtained after the consumption of <a href="http://www.herbexinternational.com/flax-seeds.htm"><b>Flax Seeds</b></a>. Browse the below listings to know about The Health Benefits Of Flax seeds. The Health Benefits Of Flax Seeds    Rich Source Of Omega-3 Fatty Acids- They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, especially the brown ones. They are helpful in controlling blood pressure and inflammation. Flax seeds are highly beneficial for those people who are suffering from hypertension, heart illness, psoriasis, cancer etc. Controls Sugar Levels- The lingnans that are present in Flax Seeds helps in controlling sugar levels. They help in stabilizing, controlling and preventing sugar levels from the body. In fact, many people tried these seeds in order to control their sugar levels, which prove to be successful. Beneficial For Weight Watchers- They are an excellent source of fiber and helps you to feel fuller for longer time. This indicates that the proteins and nutrients present in these seeds will help your body to get more nutrition, which will take longer time to digest and process because of which you will feel less hungry. Therefore, those people who want to lose their weight can opt for Flax Seeds to reduce their weight. There are endless benefits of Flax Seeds, not only for health but also for hair and skin. By consuming Flax Seeds, you will be able to enjoy endless benefits of these seeds. They are great nutritional supplements available in the market at reasonable prices. Moreover, Flax Seeds are mild in taste because of which they can be the part of your food and also they can be the best substitute for vegetable oils. Therefore, opt for Flax or Lin Seeds if you want to enjoy its innumerable benefits. Some Facts About Niger Seeds http://www.herbexinternational.com/blog/some-facts-about-niger-seeds_4930.htm Thu, 05 Mar 2015 16:34:58 +0530 The seed of Niger Plant- the African yellow daisy, are also known as Niger, Noog/Nug, Nyger and Nyjer Seeds. Originally cultivated in Nigeria, from where the name has been derived, this herb is extensively grown in India as well. Almost 60% of the total produce is exported to countries like USA, Singapore, Canada and others. For catering to this huge demand, there are several Niger Seeds Exporters in India. But what is it that makes these seeds so popular? Read ahead and find out…    Properties and Uses of Niger Niger Seeds are somewhat like sunflower seeds in shape and have a thick coat that makes it possible to store them for about a year without any depreciation in the quality.  They contain around 40% oil, 20% protein, 15% soluble sugar, 10-20% crude fiber and 10% moisture.  Niger Oil belongs to the compositae family of oils, which is considered to be the healthiest of all.  The seeds are widely used as a winter birdfeed because of their nutritional composition. They help birds store fat and maintain calorie levels to sustain the cold temperatures.  Protein content in these seeds is useful for regenerating bird feathers.  The oil from Niger Seeds is traditionally used for cooking, just like sunflower oil and for certain medicinal applications as well.    It is also used while making soaps and paints for giving them a shiny surface. Niger Oil can also be utilized as cattle feed.    Owing to such abundance of nutritional advantages for humans, birds and cattle, the demand of Niger Seeds is sure to remain high. This crop is mostly sown after harvesting rice in October, while some farmers prefer to cultivate it alongside paddy rice. Therefore it is available throughout the year. Offer them in your garden and see the number of energetic birds getting attracted to it.