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Related Introduction of Cinnamaldehyde

Feb. 10, 2020

In recent years, the extensive use of antibiotics in animal husbandry, especially the unscientific abuse, has caused humans to face a huge threat from drug-resistant bacteria. At present, the European Union has issued regulations prohibiting the addition of antibiotics in feed; the United States also plans to ban the use of preventive antibiotics in livestock feed for three years starting from 2014. It is also imperative for China to restrict the use of antibiotics in poultry and animal feed. Green, safe and pollution-free feed additives will definitely become the new darling of the feed industry. Today Cinnamic Aldehyde Supplier will introduce the relevant knowledge of cinnamaldehyde.


Cinnamaldehyde, also known as cinnamaldehyde, is generally obtained by steam distillation (content> 75%) of cinnamon branches and leaves. It is a light yellow oily liquid at room temperature, has a strong cinnamon aroma, is sweet and spicy, and has a burning sensation. With the rapid and rapid development of animal husbandry, the application prospect of cinnamaldehyde in the feed industry is very broad. Although it has many of the advantages mentioned above, because cinnamaldehyde is an oily liquid at room temperature, it needs to be sprayed with a watering can when mixing materials. The operation is complicated and the workload is heavy, which brings a lot of problems to farmers. In order to solve this problem, Lutianren uses a special extraction process to produce powdered cinnamaldehyde with an active ingredient content of 20%, which greatly improves the convenience of product mixing. Cinnamon is the dry bark of Cinnamomum evergreen tree plant. It is mainly distributed in Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan, and Fujian. Among them, the output of cinnamon oil in Guangdong and Guangxi accounts for about 80% of the world's output. In Sichuan, Guizhou, Hunan, and Jiangxi There is also a small amount of cultivation in Zhejiang.


Cinnamon Extract Features

1. The product is powdery and has good fluidity, which is convenient for uniform mixing.

Because Cinnamic Aldehyde is insoluble in water, it is difficult to increase the content in the traditional water and alcohol extraction process. In this case, the actual use effect will not be obvious. The powdered cinnamaldehyde prepared by our improved special process retains the cinnamon The overall effect has a high content of active ingredients. The actual use process is more convenient and the mixing is more uniform.

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2, no residue, no toxic side effects

After cinnamaldehyde is consumed by animals, 90% of the absorbed components are excreted in the urine after 24h, 5% are excreted with feces, and the remaining 5% are absorbed and then decomposed into nutrients so that they will not remain in the animals Products, and studies have shown that, for a long-term use of cinnamaldehyde in pig farms and chicken farms, the soil mixed with manure has been found to have been excreted into the soil. After 24 hours, 90% -99% have been decomposed and disappeared.


3. Security:

Cinnamaldehyde is recognized by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a safe and non-toxic substance; the American Flavors and Extracts Manufacturers Association (FEMA) considers cinnamaldehyde as a safe and non-toxic food flavor ingredient; joint expert on food additives The Committee (JECFA) also considers cinnamaldehyde to be safe as a food additive (JECFA No.656).


4. Storage method: Please keep in a dry and ventilated place, avoid direct sunlight and high temperature.


The above is the information about cinnamaldehyde introduced by Organic Intermediates Supplier. Hope to help you.