Beta-carotene is the molecule that gives carrots their orange colour. It is part of a family of chemicals called the carotenoids, which are found in many fruit and vegetables, as well as some animal products such as egg yolks.
Cordyceps extract is a product of active substances isolated and purified from cordyceps sinensis mycelium which has similar clinical efficacy to wild C.sinensis and less associated toxicity and is considered to be an alternative to the wild.
Cinnamomum cassia,called cassia or Chinese cinnamon,is native to southern China,Bangladesh,Uganda,India and Vietnam. Widely used in health food and supplement food due to its managing blood sugar levels and improving insulin function.
The dried root of Angelica sinensis is commonly known as Chinese angelica and is widely used in Chinese traditional medicine for gynecological ailments, fatigue, mild anemia and high blood pressure.
Chrysanthemum is the dried flower bud of Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat, which has good health care value and can be used both as food and as medicine according to Chinese regulation.
Cranberries have been used to support urinary tract health and is known for its effect on E.coli urinary tract infections. Research has identified the antioxidant Proanthocyanins (PACs) responsible for this anti-adhesion capability.