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  • Type: Herbal Extract, Herbal Extract
  • Variety: Asparagus, Asparagus officinalis
  • Form: Powder
  • Part: Leaf
  • Extraction Type: Solvent Extraction
  • Packaging: Drum, Plastic Container, Vacuum Packed
  • Place of Origin: Tamil Nadu, India
  • Grade: Food
  • Brand Name: SuryaPuthra Exports
  • Model Number: 100% Nature
  • Appearence: Brown Yellow Powder
  • Certificate: MSDS
  • Latin Name: Asparagus officinalis
  • Specification: 10:1
  • Active Ingredient: Saponins

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details Packaging Details
25kg/drum ,inner with vacuum packing ,or as the customer's requirement of different order
Delivery Time Maximum 20 Working days From Time of Advance Payment
Product Description

More in Holistic Health. Asparagus extract is a natural remedy available in dietary supplement form. Typically sourced from the spears, root, and stems of the asparagus plant, it's used in alternative medicine for a variety of health problems
Asparagus is a plant. The newly formed shoots (spears), root, and “underground stems” (rhizomes) are used to make medicine.
Asparagus is used along with lots of fluids as “irrigation therapy” to increase urine output. It is also used to treat urinary tract infections and other conditions of the urinary tract that cause pain and swelling.
Other uses include treatment of joint pain (rheumatism), hormone imbalances in women, dryness in the lungs and throat, constipation, nerve pain (neuritis), AIDS, cancer, and diseases caused by parasites.
Asparagus is also used for preventing stones in the kidney and bladder and anemia due to folic acid deficiency
Some people apply asparagus directly to the skin for cleaning the face, drying sores, and treating acne.
In foods, asparagus spears are eaten as a vegetable. This can produce a pungent odor in the urine.

The seed and root extracts of asparagus are used in alcoholic beverages.

How does it work?

There is some scientific evidence that asparagus can increase urine production. Asparagus is a good source of dietary fiber, folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B6, and several minerals.

Health Benefits:

1. Feeds friendly bacteria: Asparagus is one of the few vegetables containing a carbohydrate called inulin. Inulin promotes the growth and activity of these friendly bacteria in the intestines making it difficult for unfriendly bacteria to grow.

2. Anti-carcinogen: Asparagus is the food highest in glutathione, an important anti-carcinogen according to the National Cancer Institute.

3. The root is used to treat urinary issues as well as kidney and bladder stones.

4. Help with a hangover: Researchers say amino acids and minerals in asparagus extract may ease hangovers and protect liver cells against the toxins in alcohol. “These results provide evidence of how the biological functions of asparagus can help alleviate alcohol hangover and protect liver cells,” said lead researcher B.Y. Kim, Institute of Medical Science and Jeju National University in South Korea.

5. Is used as a tonic in Ayurvedic medicine.

6. Excellent source of folacin which has been shown to help in the prevention of neural tube defects that cause paralysis and death in 2,500 babies each year.

7. Has many medicinal properties, according to the ancient Romans.

8. Easy Weight Loss: Like many vegetables, asparagus has very low sugar content, zero fat, a low glycemic index, smart carbs and lots of fiber.

Next: Interesting Trivia & Nutritional Facts
Interesting Facts

• Asparagus historically was considered an aphrodisiac, probably because of its phallic shape.

• White asparagus is regular asparagus, just covered from the sun so green chlorophyll doesn’t develop.

• Helmut Zipner peeled one full ton of asparagus in 16 hours.

• Asparagus can grow up to 10 inches in a 24-hour period.

• Did you know that asparagus is a member of the lily family?

• Besides being yummy, the asparagus plant is very long lived, lasting up to 15 years.

• The “Asparagus Capital of the World” in Schwetzingen, Germany holds its annual asparagus festival in the first week of May. The person who grows the heaviest stalk is named Spargel King or Queen. Also asparagus chefs compete to create the best recipes.

• All commercially grown asparagus must still be harvested by hand.

Asparagus Nutrition:

• It is a balanced vegetable packed with nutrients, making it a powerfood.

• Very good source of vitamin K, the B vitamin folate, vitamin C, and vitamin A.

• Filled with B vitamins (B1, B2, B3 and B6).

• Excellent source of folacin.

• Full of the minerals manganese, copper, phosphorus, potassium and selenium.

• Good source of fiber (3 grams per 5.3 oz. serving).

• Even has some protein (3 grams per 5.3 oz. serving).

• It contains no cholesterol or fat.

• Very low in sodium.

• Less than 4 calories per spear.

Next: History, Cautions & Buying Tips

Production Process

1 day Raw Product testing

1 day manufacturing

3 days General Testing

5 days Micro Biology testing

1 day packing

1 day for inspection and dispatching

Our Service

Before Sales

1. Strong technical supports from our factory and research Center;

2. Suggest appropriate solutions to your project.

3.Detailed Report will be given

4.Can call us any day from 9am to 8pm(Indian Timing)

After Sales.

1. Provide information of your shipment in-time;

2. Assistance on the customs clearance;

3. Confirm the intact commodity received;

4. Perfect product tracking system and service;

5. The quality problem of goods is responsible by us

Packing & Delivery

1.Customized according to customer requiremen
2.Maximum within 20 working days after payment


80% Advance through TT.
Buyer will be getting regular updation on production
20%+Fright Charge before dispatching


Asparagus was first cultivated 2,500 years ago by the Greeks.

Ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans liked asparagus as much as we do and ate it when in season.

Please Note:

Some people have strong-smelling urine after eating asparagus – a sulfur-like odor resulting from the digestion of certain amino acids. And some people are genetically unable to detect the smell.

Buying Asparagus:

• Best to buy fresh at the farmer’s market.

• Choose firm, bright green spears with closed and dry tips. Asparagus can have thick or thin spears. It is best to choose one or the other when cooking so spears will cook at the same rate.

• Avoid shriveled or smelly asparagus.

• If the woody bottom ends of the stalks exceed 15 percent of the total length of the spears, it is likely to be tough.

• It is fragile, damages easily and dries out quickly. It’s best to eat as soon as possible.

• Gently squeeze the bunch of asparagus — if it squeaks, it’s fresh.

• You may think the thin stalks are more tender but that is not the case. Most often, jumbo stalks are more tender and succulent than their pencil-thin counterparts.

How to Store:

• Cut off the bottom inch of the stalks.

• Wrap the freshly cut stems in a wet paper towel.

• Place the asparagus in a plastic bag.

• It will last in the refrigerator up to three days.

• For a longer life, stand asparagus upright (cut end down) in water, and cover it with a plastic bag to retain moisture.

Next: Tips For Eating & Tasty Recipes

Tips for eating or cooking:

• The easiest way to get asparagus into your diet is to eat it raw; simply cut it up and add to your salad.

• Another simple thing to do is to just steam it for a few minutes and it is done. Careful not to overcook it.

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