English Chinese Vietnamese
Hotline: +84 963 598 771
(Viber, whatsapp)

RICH MOON CO., LTD

 ABOUT US - RICH MOON ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF RICE HUSK FIREWOOD HOW TO MAKE PICKLING CHILLI PEPPERS 11 Amazing Key Benefits Of Dessicated Coconut Cuttlefish Bone
Rich Moon Co., Ltd is one company – specialized in Agriculture , Food and Seafood , which is presented for farming , factories , Wholesalers, Supermarket Chains in Viet Nam , including business , trade and all association of fammers . It's proud to say that we're one of the pioneer manufacturers and exporters of products in Viet Nam .We have exported the products to all over the world such as China , UK , UAE , Pakistan , Bangladesh …

Detail >>

Production of rice husk pellets are a great success creative expression Vietnam in economics as well as science-oriented farmers, rural areas. Economic benefits of rice husk firewood

Detail >>

Always be sure to wash and dry your chili peppers before pickling them. Also, sterilize any jars and jar lids before using. Boil them on the stove for a half hour, or throw them in the dishwasher for a cycle or two. Here are a couple of pickling recipes to help get you started:

Detail >>

There are so many dried fruits available in market but compared with dried fruit, dessicated coconut are much less popular. Today we are going to discuss the benefits and features of dried coconut and its uses.dessicated coconut are contain good high nutritious value and it’s always better to add dried coconut in to your daily meals.

Detail >>

Cuttlebone, also known as cuttlefish bone, is a hard, brittle internal structure found in all members of the family Sepiidae, commonly known as cuttlefish. Cuttlefish bone is typically smooth and white, with small, wavy lines or ridges. The shell is rich in minerals such as calcium and carbon, and contains more than a dozen amino acids. It is usually boiled, then dried and prepared as a powder for herbal remedies. Today, cuttlebones are commonly used as calcium-rich dietary supplements for caged birds, chinchillas, hermit crabs, and reptiles, as well as domesticated snails

Detail >>

NEWS

Health Benefits of Star Arise

Star anise is the star-shaped fruit of an evergreen plant known scientifically as Illicium verum. Originating in southern China, star anise has a licorice- or anise-like flavor, although it is not related to the true anise plants native to the Mediterranean basin and Middle East. Traditionally used as a spice and also as a healing herb, star anise appears to have medicinal properties that endow it with significant health benefits.

Rich in Shikimic Acid

Star anise is the primary source of shikimic acid, a plant-based compound that is the precursor to oseltamivir, an antiviral medication that is marketed as Tamiflu, according to an article in a 2011 issue of “Alternative Medicine Studies.” Although shikimic acid also occurs naturally in ginkgo and sweetgum fruit, star anise has far greater concentrations. Italian researchers tested shikimic acid alone and in combination with quercetin, an antioxidant-rich plant-based nutrient, to see if they could bolster immune function to help fight off flu or other viral infections. Although shikimic acid on its own had little or no effect on immune function, its combination with quercetin, even at low doses, appeared to help ramp up immune function to better resist viral infection. Researchers published their findings in the April 2008 issue of “Journal of Medical Virology.”

Antifungal Properties

Candida albicans is a yeast -- a form of fungi -- that occurs naturally in the human mouth, throat, intestines and genitourinary tract. However, when your body’s delicate balance of microbes is disturbed or your immune system is somehow weakened, this yeast can grow unhindered and lead to serious infection, known as candidiasis. South Korean researchers found that extracts and essential oils of star anise exhibited strong antifungal properties when tested against Candida albicans. In the Dec. 10, 2010, issue of “Korean Journal of Medical Mycology,” they said their findings confirm that extracts from Illicium verum are promising candidates for use as antifungal agents.

Antibacterial Properties

The upsurge in bacterial infections that exhibit resistance to existing antibiotics has intensified the search for new agents that may prove more effective against these resistant strains of bacteria. Researchers in Taiwan tested four new antimicrobial compounds from star anise and found that they were effective against 67 strains of drug-resistant bacteria. Chronicling their study in the October 2010 issue of “Journal of Medicinal Food,” the researchers reported that their findings pave the way for the development of new antibiotic medicines from the star anise compounds they studied.

Antioxidant Properties

Antioxidants target free radicals – atoms or molecules with unpaired electrons – that can cause disease and cellular damage. Free radicals can damage cellular DNA and initiate carcinogenesis – the beginnings of cancer. You can’t really avoid free radicals, which are byproducts of your body’s metabolic processes, but you can neutralize them by eating a diet rich in antioxidants. Indian researchers conducted an animal study to determine whether star anise’s antioxidant properties helped protect lab rats from artificially induced liver cancer. In a 2007 issue of “Chemico-Biological Interactions,” researchers reported animals that were fed star anise after the induction of carcinogenesis exhibited significantly less evidence of cancer development than those that did not receive star anise.

COPYRIGHT@ 2014 BY RICH MOON CO., LTD

Head Office: 
261 Le Dinh Can Street, Town 6, Tan Tao Ward, Binh Tan District, HCM City, Viet Nam
Rep Office: 
Room 9.15, Floor 9, Block C, Carina Plaza, 1648 Vo Van Kiet St., W.16, Dist 8, HCM City,Viet Nam
Tel: +(84)8. 62 985 557  Fax: +(84)8.62 985 657  
Mail: export@richmoon.com.vn   Tax Code: 0312941179
facebook twitter googleplus email Tradekey

User online: 3 304653

Designed by Vietwave