A-Larix (Larch Arabinogalactan) is a highly branched polysaccharide or fiber derived from the Larch Tree (Larix species), with low molecular weight, consisting of a galactan backbone with side-chains of galactose and arabinose sugar.

Galactoarabinan, Larch gum, Stractan, Larcoll, ANW-42610, SC-25400, FT-0604415, (+)-Arabinogalactan, Larch arabinogalactan
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Molecular Weight:
500.5 g/mol
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Human exposure:
Is used for infections, including the common cold, flu, H1N1 (swine) flu, ear infections in children, and HIV/AIDS. It is also used to treat liver cancer, as well as a brain condition caused by liver damage (hepatic encephalopathy).

Increasing the number of circulating immune cells
Supporting natural killer cell and macrophage activation
Limiting unhealthy cell replication
Maintaining probiotic bacteria Lactobacillus
Blocking invading bacteria and viruses from attaching to cell membranes of organs
Helping prevent cancer cells from growing
Cosmetics for sensitive skin and preventing (relieving) acne
Booster for sunscreens, night and active creams, shampoos and conditioners
Normalizes skin microflora
Improves microbiological characteristics
Gives the product prebiotic properties
Improves organoleptic characteristics product
Improves the viscosity and plasticity of the product
Accelerates ripening and increases yields
Reduces fungal and bacterial diseases of plants
Accelerates root growth
Accelerates seed germination
Animal husbandry:
Supports the level of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in the gastrointestinal tract of animals
Reduces the need for common antibiotics in animals and birds
Arabinogalactan has prebiotic properties
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