CyaniMax™ Cyanidin 3 Glucoside
Blackberry, Black Soybean Hall
30%,40% Cyanidin-3-O-glucoside powder(HPLC)
Anti-Fatigue, Eye, Brain, Liver Health, Weight Management
CyaniMax™ FROM BGG IS REVOLUTIONARY
CyaniMaxTM from Global Natural Products Pioneer BGG breaks new ground in Antioxidant Protection with the highest-purity concentrations of the most powerful anthocyanin: BGG’s Cyanidin-3-O-Glucoside (C3G).
Firstly, black soybeans(Glycine max (L.) Merr), grown and harvested in Northeastern China. With rich soils and a perfect climate for farming black soybeans, BGG’s buyers source with rigid inspection and monitoring procedures to ensure that this extract is the finest. Secondly and similarly, BGG’s sourcing of Blackberries, another ingredient and natural source possessing high concentrations of C3GBGG’s inspectors ensure the fruit reaches correct ripeness, and that all international standards for handling are observed, no detail is overlooked.
Two origins and specially process technique under stringent laboratory monitoring and control standards, CyaniMaxTM is achieved:
BGG’s CyaniMax™ is constantly tested in production to ensure that it contains the most potent concentration and purity of Cyanidin-3-O-Glucoside (C3G) and contains up to 80% in Anthocyanins.
The oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC) method has validated BGG’s Cyanidin-3-O-Glucoside (C3G) as the STRONGEST antioxidant of the 14 main Anthocyanins.
Published test results have proven that BGG’s proprietary formula is three-times stronger than the standard; Trolox.
Existing research, and our own extensive testing, has led to breakthrough results with this benchmark-setting product:
NUMEROUS HEALTH BENEFITS
CyaniMax™ C3G has been linked to numerous health benefits due to its high antioxidant content: include improved vision, reduction to memory loss, enhanced motor skills, the promotion of controlled weight, improved blood circulation, cardiovascular protection, even as a tool for controlling diabetes…And there’s more: C3G may also prevent certain cancers and aid chemotherapy, according to recent research published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry.