Storage:Keepundersealin cool and dry place.protected from light, heat and oxygen. The preferred temperature is below 8°C.
Shelf life: 3years.Three years in the original package. The product should be warmed and mixed thoroughly before sampling or using.
What is Astaxanthin?
Astaxanthin is a carotenoid. In many different comparative antioxidant studies, it has consistently proven to be the strongest natural antioxidant. In Figure 1, for example, you can see that it was many times more powerful in singlet oxygen quenching than any otherantioxidant it was tested against. In fact, it was 800 times more active than CoQ10 and a whopping 6000 times more active against singlet oxygen than Vitamin C.
Astaxanthin is a member of the xanthophyll family within the broader carotenoid classification, and as such it contains not only carbon and hydrogen but also oxygen atoms. In nature, astaxanthin is found in algae and is what gives salmon, lobster, crab and shrimp as well as flamingoes their red color. Within the animal world, it is found in the highest concentration in the muscles of salmon—in fact, scientists theorize that it's what gives salmon the strength and endurance to swim up rivers and waterfalls for days on end, the greatest display of stamina in nature.
Astaxanthin comes from the microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis. Astaxanthin oil is creamy, free-flowing oleoresin with astaxanthin in plant oils. It is used in soft gel capsules.
Health benefits of natural Astaxanthin are so diverse that it seems almost unbelievable. How can one supplement help the body in so many different ways? But if you examine the different benefits more closely, it becomes clear that they all are linked to the two foundational properties Astaxanthin has that separate it from other supplements (including other members of its own carotenoid family):
It is nature's strongest antioxidant
Astaxanthin safely and naturally modulates the inflammatory response through multiple pathways.