Larch Larix occidentalis and Arabinogalactan:Anti-Metastatic and Immune Stimulant natural source.
- Basic Botanical Data of Larch.
- What is Arabinogalactans and its Botanical Source.
- Arabinogalactan (AG) Larex's flagship.
- Pharmacological Properties of ABG-Arabinogalactan.
- Reported Uses of Larch Extracts.
- Modern Research of ABG.
- FAQ:Frequently Asked Questions of ABG and Immune-booster.
- Toxicity of Arabinogalactan.
- Application Case Study:Beverage compositions comprising arabinogalactan and defined minerals.
- Arabinogalactan Research Update.
Basic Botanical Data of Larch.:
Name: Larch Arabinogalactan
Botanical Source:Larix occidentalis Nutt.
Common names:Western Larch,Larch Arabinogalactan,AG.
Plant Part Used:Bark extract,Pulp.
Any tree of the genus Larix, conifers of the family Pinaceae ( pine family), which are unusual in that they are not evergreen. The various species are widely distributed in the Northern Hemisphere. Needles of the larches are mostly borne in characteristic radiating clusters. A western American larch ( L. occidentalis ) achieves a great height, and its lumber is used for interior construction, ties, posts, and cabinetmaking. The American, or black, larch ( L. laricina ), commonly called also tamarack and hackmatack, ranges from the Arctic Circle to cold swamps in more temperate regions of the NE United States and is cultivated elsewhere for its beauty. The wood of this species has been used in shipbuilding and for posts, ties, and poles. The European larch ( L. decidua ) has long been valued for its durable wood and as a source of Venice turpentine. This tree, the Siberian larch ( L. sibirica ) cultivated for ornament. The related golden larch is Pseudolarix amabilis. Larch is classified in the division Pinophyta , class Pinopsida, order Coniferales, family Pinaceae.
This versatile extract has grown in popularity due to its reported ability to enhance immune function and fight certain diseases. In addition to its medical applications, the FDA has approved arabinogalactan for use as a food emulsifier, stabilizer and sweetener as well as many other uses.
While the active constituent, arabinogalactan is found in a wide variety of foods including carrots, radishes, pears, corn, wheat, red wine and tomatoes, supplement makers most often derive it from the bark of the larch tree. While there are two sources of the extract:the western larch (Larix occidentalis) and the Mongolian larch (Larix dahurica),most of the larch extract you'll find at your supplements retailer is produced from the western larch.
Western larch (Larix occidentalis), a deciduous conifer, is also called tamarack and western tamarack; less commonly used names are hackmatack, mountain larch, and Montana larch. It is largest of the larches and is the most important timber species of the genus. Western larch is used for lumber, fine veneer, poles, ties, mine timbers, and pulpwood.
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