Halal Foods Tongkat Ali Extract
Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia jack) is a small tree found in the jungles throughout Malaysia and South-east Asia . It is commonly known as Tongkat Ali in Malaysia and Singapore , Piak or Tung Saw in Thailand , and Pasak Bumi in Indonesia . The tree grows up to 12 meters in height. Traditionally, it is valued for its energy providing properties to increased energy and vitality.
Natives consider every part of the tree as medicine. To search for scientific information, one has to use the plants scientific, Latin name, Eurycoma Longifolia Jack. There are a good number of articles, published in Western pharmacological journals which document the benefits of Tongkat Ali.
What is the difference between Tongkat Ali powder or roots and the term extract which is used in Halal Foods Tongkat Ali Extract?
The active ingredients of Tongkat Ali are soluble in water. Traditionally, in Malaysia it is brewed as a kind of very bitter coffee. The chipped root is best used in this way. To extract the active ingredients, the chipped root or root powder should be cooked about 30 minutes. Our extract is produced from chipped root, not from powder.
Thus, no cellulose makes it into the extract. Our extract is dry crystallized. It comes as a powder that appears similar to an instant coffee powder. Obviously, every user can easily produce his own liquid extract. For this purpose, it is recommended that chipped root is purchased, not root powder. The chipped roots are boiled for about half an hour. The root chips are then discarded, and the water is drunk just as coffee (it doesn’t taste as good, though).
The extract is produced by evaporating the water. The remainder initially is a sticky sap. Water is then further extracted, finally yielding the instant powder. The extract powder is water-soluble and can be mixed into a little tepid water, or added to capsule mixtures.
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