1. Weight Loss by drying: ≤5%
2. Heavy metals: ≤10ppm
3. Agricultural residues: ≤2ppm
4. Solvent residue: ≤0.5%
5. Tests of microbes: Total ≤1000CFU/G, mold yeast ≤100CFU/G Corosolic acid has numerous biological properties, including antidiabetic, anti-inflammatory, antiproliferative, and protein kinase C inhibition activity. However, there is a lack of clinical evidence to support these uses.
Dosage:Numerous commercial formulations are available, including tablets, capsules, hypoglycemic food products, and cosmetics. Most formulations are available in capsule form, containing 18% corosolic acid and derived from Lagerstroemia speciosa L. Manufacturer suggested dosage is 1 softgel by mouth 30 minutes before morning and evening meals. Softgel products are marketed for noninsulin dependent type 2 diabetic patients.
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