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Physical Metabolism And Function of Cinnamaldehyde

Sep. 18, 2020

Anti-ulcer, strengthen gastrointestinal motility

The mechanism of action is due to the inhibition of ulcer activity factors and the strengthening of defense factors, as well as the inhibition of gastric mucosal potential reduction and mucosal protection. In addition, cinnamaldehyde can reduce pancreatic enzyme activity. Cinnamaldehyde is an aromatic gastro-invigorating agent, which has a mild stimulating effect on the intestines and stomach, can promote the secretion of saliva and gastric juice, enhance digestion, relieve gastrointestinal smooth muscle spasm, and relieve intestinal spasm pain.

Antiviral and antitumor effects

Cinnamaldehyde can inhibit the occurrence of tumors, and has anti-mutagenic and anti-radiation effects. In addition, Cinnamon extract can promote the conversion of mitochondrial permeability regulated by reactive oxygen species, and therefore can lead to the release of cytochromes, which is another reason why cinnamaldehyde and its derivatives have anti-cancer effects. Cinnamon extract contains a variety of natural differentiation inducers that have a differentiation effect on cells. Studies have shown that long-term use of cinnamaldehyde in mice can delay the incidence of liver cancer.

Strengthen the body's immune function

After entering the body, cinnamaldehyde can be degraded into nutrients required by the body in the intestine, and can stimulate the production of lactic acid bacteria, improve animal humoral immunity and cellular immunity, increase serum gG level, promote blood circulation, and increase animal T lymphocytes Conversion rate and white blood cell phagocytic function.

Cinnamic Aldehyde

Cinnamic Aldehyde

Application of Cinnamaldehyde in Animals

Cinnamaldehyde can strengthen gastrointestinal motility, promote gastric juice secretion, enhance digestion, and increase animal food intake; Cinnamaldehyde has a good anti-fungal and bactericidal effect. The feed added with cinnamaldehyde can be stored for a long time without mold. Does not change color or taste; Cinnamic Aldehyde is used as a spice, and its own unique fragrance can increase the animal's desire to eat. The feed is added with cinnamaldehyde, without adding other spices and attractants.

Other applications

Some researchers have discovered that cinnamaldehyde can replace Ethyl Cinnamate in the process of aquaculture, and its comprehensive performance is much higher than ethyl cinnamate. It is a real green and safe "Quaiyuling. Progressive research found that, Because of its broad-spectrum bactericidal effect, cinnamaldehyde can kill most of the undesirable bacteria in the pond, reduce the production of waste water, and have a good effect on ecological restoration.

In addition, cinnamaldehyde can be used as an insecticide and mosquito repellent. It has a strong killing effect on Aedes larvae that spread yellow fever. It will become a new type of insecticide. Cinnamaldehyde is not only safe and environmentally friendly, but also has a fragrant smell. It contains cinnamaldehyde as an antimicrobial agent, which can repel insects.