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Only carefully selected Okinawa mozuku brown alga (seaweed) (Cladosiphon okamuranus tokida) is put through our (Kanehide Bio Co., Ltd.) original patented manufacturing process "Organic Citric Acid Extraction" (patent #3408180) developed in cooperation with the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba, Tokyo. Citric acid is an organic acid found in lemons, plums and other plants and is essential for energy metabolism and recovery from fatigue in humans. Hydrochloric acid and acetic acid were formerly used to extract fucoidan from mozuku seaweed, but now we can extract high-quality fucoidan without using these chemicals. We utilize our technology (patent #3408180) to extract fucoidan from the seaweed and further separate it according to its molecular weight through an ultrafiltration process to produce a high-purity and high-quality fucoidan extract. We adjust its molecular weight since this is essential to improve absorption of fucoidan. One box of
Okinawan Fucoidan contains approximately . Please, have a look at our similar 42,000mg of fucoidan fucoidan products.
Take 6-12 capsules a day with water or a warm drink.
53.1g (235mg x 180 capsules)
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Kanehide Bio Co., Ltd. (Okinawa, Japan)
Why is Okinawa mozuku fucoidan better than fucoidan derived from other sources? -
What is fucoidan?
Fucoidan is a macromolecular polysaccharide derived from the slimy part of most brown seaweeds. This substance also belongs to the group of water-soluble dietary...
Seaweed & Hair Health Benefits – Introduction -
Role of seaweed in the life of the Japanese people.
Why do different types of seaweed have different colors?
Seaweed is considered to be the treasure house of...
Antitumor effects of seaweed polysaccharides (fucoidan) -
Antitumor effects of seaweed powder
Table 3. Meth A fibrosarcoma transplanted into mice growth inhibition rate through seaweed extract powder intra-abdominal injection (%)...
Fucoidan and vitamin C in the fight against cancer -
Seaweed’s eternal life energy — fucoidan
Energy production in cancerous cells is extremely inefficient
Vitamin C fights cancer
About Dr. Kazuhide Miura (三浦一秀先生)...
Fucoidan can transfer information. - The antitumor phenomenon of fucoidan is based on the well-known threefold effect: apoptosis inducing, immunomodulatory and antiangiogenic. One of the biggest discoveries in the field of...
Fucoidan molecular weight - Fucoidan is contained inside the mucous substance found in brown seaweeds such as mozuku, ("Cladosiphon ocamuranus tokida"), wakame ("Undaria pinnatifida"), mekabu (part of wakame seaweed where...
Mechanisms of fucoidan’s anticancer action: 4, 5 of 5 -
Angiogenesis inhibition effects of fucoidan.
It is known that cancer cells create new blood vessels for their own oxygen and nutritional supplementation when they have...
Mechanisms of fucoidan’s anticancer action: 1, 2, 3 of 5 - In 1983, Takahashi ( 1 ), using crude fucoidan obtained from arame, investigated the effects on reticuloendothelial system phagocytic capacity, virus-inhibiting factor induction, and natural...
Types of fucoidan: F, U, L, G, GA -
Fucoidan is not the name of a chemical substance but a generic name for a class of chemical substances. The chemical formula and...
Fucoidan Manufacturing Process - There are several features that make Okinawa fucoidan products manufactured by Kanehide Bio Co., Ltd. stand out:
Mozuku brown seaweed (scientific name Cladosiphon Okamuranus Tokida)...
Fucoidan Immune Activation Effects - From birth, we humans are blessed with a natural ability to resist viruses and bacteria and to recover from many illnesses. This ability is called immunity. But, due to age and many other...
Threefold anticancer effect of fucoidan - At present the medical mechanism of fucoidan has not been fully explained, but it is well known that fucoidan carries out its antitumor effect in three ways:
It induces apoptosis on the...
Okinawan Longevity Secrets: Seaweeds -
Seaweeds such as mozuku ("sunui" in Okinawan, "Cladosiphon ocamuranus" in Latin), hitoegusa (Okinawan: "aasa"), ibaranori (Okinawan: "moi"), umibudou...
Antitumor effects of seaweed extracts - It appears that the first reported research in Japan on anti-tumor substances in seaweed came in the middle of 1970. The extracts referred to here are substances obtained through fractionation by...
Nutritional Characteristics and the Effects of the Seaweeds - Seaweed is a generic term for all types of marine algae. Most of the seaweeds contain minerals, vitamins, proteins, sulfated polysaccharides, EPA, and low molecular weight sodium alginate. There...
Slimy, Gooey Foods Are Good for Our Bodies - In Japan everybody knows that sticky and slimy foods are good for our bodies. Examples of such foods are seaweeds (such as wakame, mekabu and mozuku), natto (fermented beans), okra, mulukhiya,...
Fucoidan: A Type of Polysaccharide - Fucoidan is a compound that is classified as a polysaccharide among the carbohydrates. Fucoidan is not the name given to the same material, but it is the generic term for the polysaccharides...
What is Fucoidan? - Fucoidan is an ingredient that is only found in brown seaweeds and algae, such as kombu, mekabu, and mozuku. Fucoidan, contained in the so–called "slime" part of the seaweed, was discovered by...
Sea algae (seaweeds) are the source of fucoidan - The raw material for fucoidan is found in such algae types as kombu, mozuku, mekabu, and wakame. Amongst seaweeds and algae, it is only the brown algae and seaweeds that include considerable...
Safety and side effects of fucoidan and other seaweed polysaccharides -
Please, read this article on Okinawa mozuku fucoidan safety evaluation published on PubMed https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23465035
In recent years, there has been no...