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Dr. Muhammed Majeed, Founder and Chairman, Sami-Sabinsa Group has recently published the fourth book in a series on derivatives of Boswellia serrata.

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Sabinsa, a pioneer in the nutraceutical and cosmeceutical industry, has provided documentation to appropriate government agencies in its continuing efforts to identify and remove adulterated vitamin C additives from the market, a practice to which Sabinsa alerted the industry earlier this year.

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Sabinsa, a pioneer in nutraceutical and cosmeceutical industry, is offering glyphosate test results to customers, using a proprietary method for testing glyphosate developed by scientists at parent company Sami-Sabinsa. In October they began testing for residual herbicide in 20 nutraceutical ingredients as a routine practice, along with all other USP listed pesticides, and are widening the scope to all products the company sells. Spices must be below 7 ppm and herbs below 0.2 ppm.

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Sabinsa, a pioneer in the nutraceutical and cosmeceutical industries, has expanded its large portfolio of intellectual property with a new patent granted in Mexico for the company’s Boswellia serrata ingredient Boswellin® PS.

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Sabinsa, a pioneer in nutraceutical and cosmeceutical industry, has strengthened its market position in Canada with the grant of three new patents. The company has also received an additional Natural Products Number (NPN) issued by Health Canada, bringing their total number of products with health claims in Canada to 37.

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Disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic have caused hardship across the world, with the poorest people in India hit particularly hard. With the objective of helping to alleviate food insecurity, the Dr. Majeed Foundation gave 5,500 rice bags of 10 kilo each to the people of Magadi, Karnataka on September 24, 2020. The Foundation is the philanthropic organization started and funded by the Sami-Sabinsa Group founder and chairman, Dr. Muhammed Majeed.

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Sabinsa, the leading nutraceutical ingredients company with patents throughout the world, has expanded its portfolio of intellectual property with a new patent granted in Mexico for Saberry®.

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A clinical study on Sabinsa’s patented hair serum formulation was found to significantly improve hair fall and thinning. “Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of a Hair Serum Product in Healthy Adult Male and Female Volunteers with Hair Fall” by Majeed M, Majeed S, Nagabhushanam K, Mundkur L, Neupane P and Shah K was published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology (2020:13 691–700).

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Additional In Vitro Study Examined Anti-Aging Properties

As Sabinsa’s R&D Scientists expanded their understanding of probiotics, and developed new products based upon that increased knowledge, it was inevitable that published studies would soon follow. Sabinsa has recently published its first human clinical study on anti-acne benefits of LactoSporin®, the probiotic metabolite derived from the highly regarded probiotic LactoSpore®. A second published study, in vitro, demonstrated the anti-aging potential of this topical ingredient. Together, the research supports the use of LactoSporin for skin care applications.

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Sabinsa has sent a cease & desist letter to Applied Food Sciences (AFS) for making claims of high levels of natural vitamin C in that company’s branded amla (Emblica officinalis) extract. The letter states that AFS’s representations that the product contains 25% vitamin C derived from amla (which is not technically possible) “mislead and deceive consumers and constitute unfair competition and false advertising under applicable law.”