Mangosteen Extract Product Description

- Oct 25, 2018-

The main sweet ingredient of Luo Han Guo is the Luo Han Guo sweet 甙, which has the highest content of Luo Han Guo sweet 甙 V. Mangosteen is a kind of cucurbitane-type triterpenoid saponin, which is easily soluble in water and has a sweetness of about 300 times that of sucrose. Because of its high sweetness and low dosage, the caloric contribution to food is almost negligible. 

Mangosteen extract is also rich in amino acids, fructose, vitamins and minerals. As a general natural sweetener, Mangosteen extract is an ideal substitute for synthetic sweeteners such as aspartame and high-calorie sweeteners such as sucrose. Mangosteen extract has strong thermal stability and acid-base stability. Cooking or baking does not affect its flavor or sweetness. It has broad application prospects in baked foods, nutritious foods and low-calorie foods.

Mangosteen, the fruit of the perennial vine of the cucurbitaceae. The alias Lahan fruit, fake bitter gourd, light fruit hibiscus, gold not changed, Luohan watch, naked turtle, is known as "Goddess", its heart shape, dioecious, summer flowering, autumn results. The main effect is to stop cough and phlegm. The fruit has high nutritional value and is rich in vitamin C (400 mg to 500 mg per 100 g of fresh fruit) as well as glycocalyx, fructose, glucose, protein and lipids.

Climbing herbs; roots perennial, hypertrophic, spindle-shaped or subglobose; stems, branches slightly thick, ridged, initially yellow-brown pilose and black stellate glandular scales, pubescent gradually glabrescent. Petiole 3-10 cm long, hairy and glandular with the same branches; leaf membranous, ovate-shaped, triangular-ovate or broad-ovate-shaped, 12–12 cm long, 5–17 cm wide, Apex gradually or long acuminate, base heart-shaped, curved semi-circular or nearly circular, 2-3 cm deep, 3-4 cm wide, marginal microwave, small teeth due to small veins protruding, with marginal hair The leaves are green, sparsely pilose and black scorpion gland scales, the old hair gradually sheds and becomes hairless, the leaves are light green, pubescent and mixed with black scorpion gland scales; tendrils are slightly thicker and short at the beginning After the pilose, the gradient is nearly hairless, 2 differences, and the coil is rolled up and down at the bifurcation point.

Dioecious. Male inflorescences, 6-10 peanuts in the upper part of the inflorescence axis, inflorescence axis length 7-13 cm, pubescent and black stellate glandlike scales like pedicels, calyx; pedicels slightly thin, 5-15 mm long; The tube is bell-shaped, 4-5 mm long, 8 mm in the upper diameter. The throat usually has 3 oblong membranous scales with a length of about 3 mm. The calyx lobes 5, triangular, about 4.5 mm long, 3 mm wide at the base. , apex drilled tip, with 3 veins, slightly bulging; corolla yellow, by black gland, lobes 5, oblong, 1-1.5 cm long, 7-8 mm wide, apex acute, often 5-pulsate Stamens 5, inserted into the proximal base of the tube, the bases of the two bases abut, one separated, the base of the filament is swollen, pubescent, ca. 4 mm, anthers 1 s, ca. 3 mm, s. song. Female flowers solitary or 2-5-loculed at the apex of 6-8 cm long total stalks, sessile stalks sessile; calyx and corolla larger than male flowers; degenerate stamens 5, 2-2.5 mm long, basally connate, 1 Oviparous; ovary oblong, 10-12 mm long, 5-6 mm in diam., base obtuse, slightly apically apically, densely yellowish-brown, rachis short, 2.5 mm long, stigma 3, inflated, sulcate 2 split, 1.5 mm long.

The fruit is spherical or oblong, 6-11 cm long and 4-8 cm in diameter. It is densely colored with yellow-brown hairs and mixed black gland scales. It gradually falls off and only leaves a ring of hair on the stems. The skin is thin. It is easy to be crisp after drying. Most of the seeds, light yellow, nearly round or broadly ovate, flat pressed, 15-18 mm long, 10-12 mm wide, blunt at the base, slightly narrow at the top, slightly concave at the center of both sides, with radial grooves around. The edge has a microwave edge. Flowering period from May to July; fruiting period from July to September.