Buchu Leaf Powder
Buchu Leaf Powder
Buchu Leaf Powder (FRX319) from NutriCargo
South Africa (Origin may vary per lot - Refer to certificate of analysis)
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What is Buchu Leaf Powder?
Buchu is a small, flowering shrub that originated in Africa. The flowers are typically white, pink, or red, and highly aromatic; the name Buchu actually means “good fragrance.” Historically, buchu leaves have been incorporated into teas and other herbal remedies.
Why Buchu Leaf Powder?
Buchu leaf powder extracts the Buchu leaf, making it simple to incorporate this plant into your diet without any cooking, steaming, or preparation techniques necessary. NutriCargo’s bulk buchu leaf powder can easily be incorporated into blended mixes such as juices, protein shakes, and smoothies; it can also be shaken into meals, such as soups, yogurt, and oatmeal.
- Natural herbal supplement, sourced from Cape Town, South Africa
- Powder extracted from the leaves of the buchu plant
- Bulk powder form, simple-to-use extract that can be incorporated into shakes and meals
Why Buchu Leaf Powder from NutriCargo?
- Wholesale pricing on buchu leaf powder & all other ingredients.
- Mix & Match savings, when you buy more you have the chance to save more.
- Earn NC Rewards Points for each order of buchu leaf powder to save even more in the future!
- Free & Flat-Rate shipping are also available on qualifying orders.*
NutriCargo is your premier supplier of buchu leaf powder. Shop confidently knowing you’re getting quality-tested ingredients that are competitively priced and ready to ship world-wide today.
What quality documents can you provide?
- Certificates of Analysis (COA)
- Allergen & pesticide statements
What is the difference between powder, 4:1, %, etc?
Whole herbs and extracts are both very different products.
Whole botanicals in some cases contain every part of a botanical including roots or stems while extract contains a specific botanical compound and is measured to a specific amount.
Extracts come with standards set by potency percentage so your order will always match what was advertised.
NutriCargo Whole Ingredients (do not have % or ration in their name)
A whole ingredient contains the entire botanical, including the roots, stem, flower etc.
Extracts contain specific compounds extracted from the botanical. These compounds are denoted by the “%” sign.
Herbal extracts are often “standardized” to contain a certain amount of a compound or active ingredient. Standardization ensures that every batch of a botanical extract contains the same amount of the advertised compound. For example, Acerola 10% may be standardized to 10% vitamin C. Every batch of that product will have at least 10% of that active compound.
NutriCargo Extract Ratios
Ratio extracts are denoted by the ratio in their product name. For example 4:1, 5:1, 10:1 etc.
If it’s a 4:1 extract, for example, that means that four parts of the original plant are going into one part of the final extract, making it a concentrated powder.
Think of it this way: Ratio of dry plant material (X) to final extract quantity(Y).
X : Y
Y = weight of dry plant material
X = weight or volume of extract (depending upon whether the extract is a solid/dry extract or a liquid extract)
The concept here is that the essential activity of the dry plant material (X) is found in the quantity of extract (Y). Or in other words, Y quantity of the extract is equivalent to X quantity of the dry plant.
For example, a botanical ingredient listed as a 4:1 extract means that 4 kg of raw herbs were extracted down to 1 kg of dried powdered extract.
What type of quality control measures does NutriCargo take?
- The institution of an internal Quality Control Program to ensure that products are free of toxins and undesired by-products.
- Alliances with science laboratories to enforce rigorous testing procedures.
- Weekly testing for microbial pathogens and heavy metals (Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic, Mercury).
- Microbiological testing (Total Plate count, Yeast & Mold, Coliforms, E. Coli and Salmonella).
- Random testing of materials' moisture content.
- HPTLC (High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography) testing for initial approval and supply of materials.
- High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) testing for powder extracts.
- Prevention of all sub-potent and contaminated materials from entering the products.
- Regular testing for proper identification and chemical efficacy.
|Botanical Name||Barosma Betulina|
|Country of Origin||South Africa|