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Dried Cassia Tora Powder

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Minimum Order Quantity20 Metric Ton
Purity99.9%
FormPowder
ColourBrown
MaterialCassia Seed
BrandAltrafine Gums

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India. A natural gelling agent which has industrial and food applications is made commercially from the seed. Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. The primary chemical constituents of Cassia include cinnamaldehyde, gum, tannins, mannitol, coumarins, and essential oils (aldehydes, eugenol, and pinene); it also contains sugars, resins, and mucilage, among other constituents. Cassia tora powder made from cassia tora seeds and cassia tora splits are some ancient natural ingredients. In India, cassia tora is used as a natural pesticide in organic farms. Roasted seeds are substituted for coffee, like tephrosia seeds. Cassia tora powder is most popularly used in the pet-food industry. It is mix with guar gum for use in mining and other industrial application. Cassia gum is the purified flour from the endosperm of the seeds of Cassia tora and Cassia obtusifolia which belong to the leguminosae family.

Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Cassia Gum Cassia gum is comprised of at least 75% high molecular weight (approximately 200,000-300,000) polysaccharide consisting primarily of a linear chain of 1,4-β-D-mannopyranose units with 1,6 linked α- D-galactopyranose units. The ratio of mannose to galactose is about 5:1. The composition of saccharides is mannose (77.2-78.9%), galactose (15.7-14.7%) and glucose (7.1-6.3%). Like most polysaccharides, the following formula applies: (C6H10O5)n.H2O. Cassia gum is related to carob bean gum, tara gum and guar gum in terms of structure and chemical properties.
Method of Manufacturing Cassia Gum Powder:The seeds are dehusked and de-germed by milling and screening of the endosperm. Cassia Gum is high molecular weight (approximately 200,000 – 300,000) polysaccharides composed of galactomannans; the mannose:galactose ratio is about 5:1. Semi-refined Cassia gum normally containing detectable amounts of anthraquinones. The raw material seed is subject to different mechanical cleaning steps in order to remove other impurities, such as, farm waste, undeveloped seeds and stones. After cleaning raw material is subject to a de-husking and splitting process. Thermal and mechanical treatment removing husk and germ from the seeds resulting in splits. Finally the splits are ground to a uniform small particle size powder.
Cassia Gum is mainly used as a:
  • Gelling Agent
  • Thickener
  • Emulsifier
  • Stabiliser
  • Bonding agent
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Natural Cassia Tora Powder

Natural Cassia Tora Powder
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Minimum Order Quantity20 Metric Ton
Purity99.9%
ColourBrown
FormPowder
MaterialCassia Tora Powder
BrandAltrafine Gums

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India. A natural gelling agent which has industrial and food applications is made commercially from the seed. Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. The primary chemical constituents of Cassia include cinnamaldehyde, gum, tannins, mannitol, coumarins, and essential oils (aldehydes, eugenol, and pinene); it also contains sugars, resins, and mucilage, among other constituents. Cassia tora powder made from cassia tora seeds and cassia tora splits are some ancient natural ingredients. In India, cassia tora is used as a natural pesticide in organic farms. Roasted seeds are substituted for coffee, like tephrosia seeds. Cassia tora powder is most popularly used in the pet-food industry. It is mix with guar gum for use in mining and other industrial application. Cassia gum is the purified flour from the endosperm of the seeds of Cassia tora and Cassia obtusifolia which belong to the Leguminosae family.

Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Cassia Gum Cassia gum are comprised of at least 75% high molecular weight (approximately 200,000-300,000) polysaccharide consisting primarily of a linear chain of 1,4-β-D-mannopyranose units with 1,6 linked α- D-galactopyranose units. The ratio of mannose to galactose is about 5:1. The composition of saccharides is: mannose (77.2-78.9%), galactose (15.7-14.7%) and glucose (7.1-6.3%). Like most polysaccharides, the following formula applies: (C6H10O5)n.H2O. Cassia gum is related to carob bean gum, tara gum and guar gum in terms of structure and chemical properties.
Method of Manufacturing Cassia Gum Powder: The seeds are dehusked and de-germed by milling and screening of the endosperm. Cassia Gum is high molecular weight (approximately 200,000 – 300,000) polysaccharides composed of galactomannans; the mannose: galactose ratio is about 5:1. Semi-refined Cassia gum normally containing detectable amounts of anthraquinones. The raw material seed is subject to different mechanical cleaning steps in order to remove other impurities, such as farm waste, undeveloped seeds, and stones. After cleaning raw material is subject to a de-husking and splitting process. Thermal and mechanical treatment removing husk and germ from the seeds resulting in splits. Finally, the splits are ground to a uniform small particle size powder.
Cassia Gum is mainly used as a:
  • Gelling Agent
  • Thickener
  • Emulsifier
  • Stabiliser
  • Bonding agent
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Industrial Use Cassia Tora Powder

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Minimum Order Quantity20 Metric Ton
Purity99.9%
MaterialCassia Tora Seed
Type Of PackingBags
BrandAltrafine Gums

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India. A natural gelling agent which has industrial and food applications is made commercially from the seed. Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. The primary chemical constituents of Cassia include cinnamaldehyde, gum, tannins, mannitol, coumarins, and essential oils (aldehydes, eugenol, and pinene); it also contains sugars, resins, and mucilage, among other constituents. Cassia tora powder made from cassia tora seeds and cassia tora splits are some ancient natural ingredients. In India, cassia tora is used as a natural pesticide in organic farms. Roasted seeds are substituted for coffee, like tephrosia seeds. Cassia tora powder is most popularly used in the pet-food industry. It is mix with guar gum for use in mining and other industrial application. Cassia gum is the purified flour from the endosperm of the seeds of Cassia tora and Cassia obtusifolia which belong to the Leguminosae family.

Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Cassia Gum Cassia gum are comprised of at least 75% high molecular weight (approximately 200,000-300,000) polysaccharide consisting primarily of a linear chain of 1,4-β-D-mannopyranose units with 1,6 linked α- D-galactopyranose units. The ratio of mannose to galactose is about 5:1. The composition of saccharides is mannose (77.2-78.9%), galactose (15.7-14.7%) and glucose (7.1-6.3%). Like most polysaccharides, the following formula applies: (C6H10O5)n.H2O. Cassia gum is related to carob bean gum, tara gum and guar gum in terms of structure and chemical properties.

Method of Manufacturing Cassia Gum Powder:
The seeds are dehusked and de-germed by milling and screening of the endosperm. Cassia Gum is high molecular weight (approximately 200,000 – 300,000) polysaccharides composed of galactomannans; the mannose: galactose ratio is about 5:1. Semi-refined Cassia gum normally containing detectable amounts of anthraquinones. The raw material seed is subject to different mechanical cleaning steps in order to remove other impurities, such as, farm waste, undeveloped seeds, and stones. After cleaning raw material is subject to a de-husking and splitting process. Thermal and mechanical treatment removing husk and germ from the seeds resulting in splits. Finally, the splits are ground to a uniform small particle size powder.

Cassia Gum is mainly used as a:
  • Gelling Agent
  • Thickener
  • Emulsifier
  • Stabiliser
  • Bonding agent
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Pure Cassia Tora Powder

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Minimum Order Quantity20 Unit
Purity99.9%
MaterialPure Casia Seed
Type Of PackingBags
BrandAltrafine Gums

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India. A natural gelling agent which has industrial and food applications is made commercially from the seed. Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. The primary chemical constituents of Cassia include cinnamaldehyde, gum, tannins, mannitol, coumarins, and essential oils (aldehydes, eugenol, and pinene); it also contains sugars, resins, and mucilage, among other constituents. Cassia tora powder made from cassia tora seeds and cassia tora splits are some ancient natural ingredients. In India, cassia tora is used as a natural pesticide in organic farms. Roasted seeds are substituted for coffee, like tephrosia seeds. Cassia tora powder is most popularly used in the pet-food industry. It is mix with guar gum for use in mining and other industrial application. Cassia gum is the purified flour from the endosperm of the seeds of Cassia tora and Cassia obtusifolia which belong to the Leguminosae family.

Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Cassia Gum Cassia gum are comprised of at least 75% high molecular weight (approximately 200,000-300,000) polysaccharide consisting primarily of a linear chain of 1,4-β-D-mannopyranose units with 1,6 linked α- D-galactopyranose units. The ratio of mannose to galactose is about 5:1. The composition of saccharides is: mannose (77.2-78.9%), galactose (15.7-14.7%) and glucose (7.1-6.3%). Like most polysaccharides, the following formula applies: (C6H10O5)n.H2O. Cassia gum is related to carob bean gum, tara gum and guar gum in terms of structure and chemical properties.

Method of Manufacturing Cassia Gum Powder:
The seeds are dehusked and de-germed by milling and screening of the endosperm. Cassia Gum is high molecular weight (approximately 200,000 – 300,000) polysaccharides composed of galactomannans; the mannose: galactose ratio is about 5:1. Semi-refined Cassia gum normally containing detectable amounts of anthraquinones. The raw material seed is subject to different mechanical cleaning steps in order to remove other impurities, such as farm waste, undeveloped seeds, and stones. After cleaning raw material is subject to a de-husking and splitting process. Thermal and mechanical treatment removing husk and germ from the seeds resulting in splits. Finally, the splits are ground to a uniform small particle size powder.

Cassia Gum is mainly used as a:
  • Gelling Agent
  • Thickener
  • Emulsifier
  • Stabiliser
  • Bonding agent
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Fenugreek Seeds Powder

Fenugreek Seeds Powder
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Purity99.9%
MaterialFenugreek Seeds
ColorBrown-yellow
Is It DriedDried
Is It OrganicOrganic

We are one of the prominent exporters of Fenugreek Seeds that find a huge application in curing bronchitis, respiratory problems, sinus conditions, and coughs. In addition to these applications, fenugreek seeds are ground and roasted to add flavor to the dishes. The fenugreek extracts are used in cosmetics and soaps as well.

Features:

  • Used for digestive problems
  • Bitter taste and strong aroma
  • Brownish yellow in color

Uses of Fenugreek Seeds:

Fenugreek seeds are ground and roasted and used to flavor to curry. The seeds are also soaked and then powdered and used to make lip balm and tonic.

The seeds can be used to make tea, which can reduce fever and menstrual pains, or they can be used in an ointment to treat skin infections.

Ground seeds are often used to give a maple flavor to sweets and candies. Ground seeds are also used to flavor cattle food, including different vegetable meals and hays.

Attributed Medicinal Properties - Fenugreek:

Fenugreek seeds are used to treat bronchitis, coughs, respiratory problems, sinus conditions and to increase milk supply.

Fenugreek seeds are used in colic flatulence, dysentery, diarrhea, dyspepsia, chronic cough and enlargement of liver and spleen, rickets, gout and diabetes. It is also used as a carminative, tonic and aphrodisic. They increase the secretion and discharge of urine, relieve flatulence and promote lactation in nursing mothers. They also arrest any secretion or bleeding and have an aphrodisic effect. They are the best cleansers within the body, highly mucous-solvent and soothing agent.

Fenugreek seed powder has been used for centuries as a spice to increase the taste of curries by the Pakistani and the Chinese. This Fenugreek seed powder was first introduced to the Arabs and the Europeans through Spice Trading. Medicinally it was used for the treatment of wounds, abscesses, arthritis, bronchitis, and digestive problems. Traditional Chinese herbalists used it for kidney problems and conditions affecting the male reproductive tract. Fenugreek was, and remains, a food and a spice commonly eaten in many parts of the world.
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