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MarketsandMarkets offers market research report that The Marigold Extract Lutein market was valued at USD 249.7 Million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 357.7 Million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2017, in terms of value. In terms of volume, the market is projected to reach 2,121.2 tons by 2022.
Lutein Market by Form (Powder & Crystalline, Oil Suspension, Beadlet, Emulsion), Source (Natural, Synthetic), Application (Food, Beverages, Dietary Supplements, Animal Feed.
What is the Marigold Extract?
Marigold （Calendula officinalis）is in the plant family known as Asteraceae or Compositae. Calendula marigolds are yellow-orange in color and form small florets of petals that are harvested and dried for their numerous medicinal properties.
While there are various species of marigold flowers grown around the world, calendula is considered to be the most medicinal. It’s native to Egypt and parts of the Mediterranean but is now grown in every continent, the biggest cultivation areas are in China. They usually blooming during the warmer months of the year (from about May through October in the Northern Hemisphere).
Why you need the Marigold Extract?
Botanical research shows that Marigolds contain many active constituents, including various antioxidants and volatile oils. These are responsible for the flowers’ bright color and strong smell; ability to repel certain fungi, pests and insects; and also its capability of improving blood flow and controlling inflammation.
Due to their antioxidant properties, uses for marigolds include:
1. Homemade Skin Treatment
2. Digestive-Soothing Tea
3. Immune-Boosting Formula
4. Eye, Genital or Skin Infection Treatment
Marigold also have many Benefits
1. Lowers Inflammation and Free Radical Damage
Research shows that calendula’s dozens of active chemicals make it a natural cytotoxic, hepatoprotective and spasmogenic herb that’s been demonstrated in both animal and human experiments. Extracts taken from the flower have been shown to lower C-reactive protein and cytokine levels and protect cells from being damaged by free radicals — one of the primary causes of aging and cell deterioration.
Calendula not only controls oxidative damage from free radicals that can affect delicate tissues, such as those of the eyes, but also defend against infections of the skin, GI tract and genitals caused by viruses or bacteria. (5)
In addition, research also shows that calendula marigold helps fight growth of bacteria in wounds and might even be able to reduce symptoms associated with chemotherapy and cancer treatments. (6)
2. Reduces Eye Inflammation and Conjunctivitis
Findings from animal studies show that calendula extract is capable of treating conjunctivitis and other chronic ocular inflammatory conditions.
These extracts have demonstrated antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and immuno-stimulating properties that not only reduce eye infections, but protect vision by guarding delicate tissues of the eyes from the effects of UV light, deterioration/aging and oxidative damage.
3. Has Natural Antiseptic Properties
One well-researched use of marigold/calendula extract is applying it in drop form to the inside of the ear canal to help treat bacterial ear infections and decrease pain. It’s been found that calendula drops can lower inner-ear swelling and inflammation within just a couple short days of use, even without the use of antibiotics in some cases.
Due to its antifungal properties, calendula can also be used to treat vaginitis/vaginal infections and jock itch. Applying an ointment or cream containing marigold/calendula, probiotic “good bacteria” like Lactobacillus sporogenes and lactic acid to the affected area of the groin/genitals for four weeks can help decrease symptoms, including pain, itchiness, burning when urinating and dryness.
Hunan Huakang Biotec Inc., offer all kinds of Marigold Extract.
Please choose your ideal product from below Specification.
Lutein powder: 5%-80%,
Lutein Oil: 1%-20%,
Lutein CWS powder/beadlet: 5%
Zeaxanthin powder 5%-60%, Zeaxanthin oil 1%-10%,
Zeaxanthin CWS powder/beadlet: 5%-10%.