Standard Extract Series

Stevia Extract/Steviosides Rebaudiana-A Reb. A

Latin Name:Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) Hemsl
Active Ingredient:Steviosides Rebaudiana-A Reb. A
CAS No:57817-89-7
Specification:90%,95%,98%Steviosides Rebaudiana-A Reb. A
MOQ:1kg
Lead Time:Within 7days after confirming order

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Stevia Leaf Extract Information:

Specification:80%,90%,95% Steviosides,90%,95%,98%RA
CAS:57817-89-7
EINECS:260-975-5

Stevia (Stevioside, Rebaudioside A) is natural and derived from the leaves of stevia plant, it does not contain any harmful chemicals often found in artificial sweeteners. Stevia is safe for diabetics, has been shown to help prevent tooth decay, and has even been recommended by the World Health Organization for use as a treatment for hypertension. By replacing sugar with stevia, consumers could potentially decrease caloric intake, helping to reduce obesity and other associated health risks.

Advantage:
1.Natural stevia extract
2.Prevent diabetes, adiposity
3.High sweetness
4.Low calories

Usage Instructions:

Stevia is 100% natural. It has zero calories and is derived from the leaf of a stevia plant. It does   not include any added chemicals. Further, stevia is stable at high temperatures (thus safe for cooking purposes) and has been shown in clinical trials to have many health benefits.

Stevia is natural and derived from the leaf of stevia plant, it does not contain any  harmful chemicals often found in artificial sweeteners. Stevia is safe for diabetics, has been shown to help prevent tooth decay, and has even been recommended by the World Health Organization for use as a treatment for hypertension. By replacing sugar with stevia, consumers could potentially decrease caloric intake, helping to reduce obesity and other associated health risks.

Stevia is natural and derived from the leaf of stevia plant, it does not contain any  harmful chemicals often found in artificial sweeteners. Stevia is safe for diabetics, has been shown to help prevent tooth decay, and has even been recommended by the World Health Organization for use as a treatment for hypertension. By replacing sugar with stevia, consumers could potentially decrease caloric intake, helping to reduce obesity and other associated health risks.