Name  Astaxanthin
CAS#  472-61-7
MF  C40H52o4
MW  596.84
Purity  1%-10%UV
Package  25kg/drum
Storage  In sealed, cool and dry condition
Category  Ingredient


Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment that occurs in trout, microalgae, yeast, and shrimp, among other sea creatures. It’s most commonly found in Pacific salmon and is what gives the fish its pinkish color.

An antioxidant, astaxanthin is said to have many health benefits. It’s been linked to healthier skin, endurance, heart health, joint pain, and may even have a future in cancer treatment.

  • Astaxanthin is 550 times more effective as an antioxidant than vitamin E
  • Astaxanthin is nearly 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C, one of the most important vitamins when it comes to boosting the immune system
  • It’s also 550 times richer as a source of antioxidants than green tea or other Catechins.

Benefits of Astaxanthin:

It seems to reduce markers of oxidative stress, though it’s unclear how potent it is and to what extent this translates to health benefits. It could possibly reduce oxidation of LDL and DNA damage, making it potentially good for cardiovascular health and anti-aging, though much more research is needed. It also may improve photoprotection and overall skin health, but again, much more research is needed.

  • Helps With Diabetes
  • helps With Heart Disease
  • Improves Your Blood Pressure
  • Helps Manage Your High Cholesterol
  • Assists with Heart Damage Repair
  • Can Naturally Reduce Your Oxidative Stres and Improve Your Immune Response
  • Helps Manage Your UlcerS
  • Boosts Your Skin Care
  • Helps Protect You Against Bacterial Inflammation
  • Helps Prevent And Treat Fatty Liver Disease
  • Helps Tame The Growth of Cancer Cells
  • Boosts Physical Performance
  • Prevents And Reduces Brain Damage from Stroke
  • Helps Accelerate Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Reduces the Risk of Developing Alzheimer’s
  • Slows Down the Development of Parkinson’s Disease
  • May Help With Male Infertility
  • Helps Alleviate Menopausal Symptoms
  • May Reduce Pain Symptoms Tied to Rheumatoid Arthritis