How do you naturally get Natural Capsaicin powder?

- Jan 25, 2021-

Natural Capsaicin powder's content in different parts of pepper varies greatly. Generally speaking, it is abundantly present in the placental tissue and inner membrane of Capsicum fruits, the fleshy part of the fruit is also distributed in a small amount. The isotope tracing technique shows that the biosynthesis of capsaicin is through vanillamine and fatty branch. Specifically, vanillyl amine is synthesized with L-phenylalanine as the starting material and undergoes deamination, hydroxylation, esterification and other steps under the action of a variety of biological enzymes. In addition, L-valine is used as the starting material. The raw material, through the process of increasing the carbon chain for many times, the fat side chain can be finally obtained. Finally, under the action of capsaicin synthase, the two fragments can be "spliced" by amidation to obtain the final Natural Capsaicin powder.

Natural Capsaicin

Natural Capsaicin powder is a compound with low toxicity, no pollution and multiple biological functions, it is widely used in daily life. First of all, it is used in condiments. Chili powder, chili sauce, curry and hot pot base all contain capsaicin, which greatly improves the taste and flavor of dishes; Using the irritating effect of capsaicin, people can also add it to sprays for self-defense in emergency. In addition, it has been discovered in recent years that capsaicin has good analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. Its analgesic effect may be due to the fact that capsaicin blocks pain signals by activating neural mechanisms. At present, a cream made of capsaicin is used for surface application to treat skin pain and itching, the effect is considerable. However, it needs to be pointed out that the application of capsaicin in the field of biomedicine is still in the initial stage, there is still considerable room for development in the future.

Natural Capsaicin powder

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