The substance that produces spicy taste in the edible pepper fruit is called capsaicin. Capsaicin is composed of 14 capsaicinoid compounds, the most two of which are capsaicin and dihydrocapsaicin.
Natural capsaicin is a natural product produced by using patented technology as an edible natural capsicum fruit. The product is white or light yellow needle crystal. The total content of capsaicin in the product is 95%, of which: capsaicin>60%. Dihydro capsaicin>20%, other capsaicinoid compounds <10%, melting point range of 57-66 °C. At the same time, there is no residual organic solvent in the product.
Natural capsaicin has a strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect. It is mainly used in the production of preparations such as unilateral or compound ointment, and is widely used for the treatment of arthritis, muscle pain, back pain, sports sprain and residual neuralgia after herpes zoster.
As an active ingredient that prevents the attachment of marine organisms, natural capsaicin can also be made into a non-toxic biological antifouling paint, which is widely used in marine vessels to prevent the attachment of marine organisms and to ensure the normal navigation of ships in the ocean. Thermal power stations, nuclear power plants, etc. used in coastal areas need to use a large amount of seawater for heat exchange equipment to prevent marine organisms from blocking the inlet pipe.
At the same time, natural capsaicin can also be used as a pest repellent for the manufacture of functional plastics and coatings for termite prevention and anti-rat use for cable, underground buildings and civil furniture manufacturing.
Natural capsaicin is rich in capsaicin, and the oral medicine and injection prepared thereby, as a second class new drug product, can exert a strong analgesic effect on the efficacy of the drug, and is more effective than ibuprofen, and the injection is caused by a large area of wounds. Acute pain caused by advanced cancer, etc., has a strong analgesic effect and is not addictive. It can be used instead of dulantin.
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