L-Cysteine Hydrochloride is an important sulfur-containing amino acid that can synthesize reduced glutathione, which is one of the components of glutathione. This is an important substance related to the redox system in the living body. This product has been used in medical cosmetics for the treatment of allergic diseases, facial dark skin, sweat spots, and pigmentation of various causes; it can also promote various Healing of corneal damage diseases. Since the L-cysteine molecule contains an active sulfhydryl group, it has many important physiological functions: such as enhancing liver function, removing benzene poisoning, reducing phlegm, promoting hair growth and preventing food oxidation, etc. It is widely used in medicine, food, Cosmetics and feed industry. According to the physiological function of L-cysteine in the human body and its chemical characteristics, it can be made into a variety of L-Cysteine Hydrochloride drugs with wide uses, such as antitussive, expectorant, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, cancer and inhibition Drugs such as the growth of bacteria and cancer cells. L-cysteine drugs can also be directly used to treat leukopenia, poisoning, hepatitis, and prevent and treat radiation damage to the human body. L-cysteine hydrochloride injection has the effect of promoting liver function, and is used to treat hepatitis, serum sickness, antimony and other drug poisoning, and can prevent and treat radiation damage.
L-Cysteine Hydrochloride has the function of preventing the aging of organisms. Since L-cysteine has many physiological functions, free L-cysteine has been made into compounds (such as salts, esters, acylates, etc.) of inorganic acids and organic acids. L-Cysteine Hydrochloride has the effects of sun protection, expectoration, prevention and treatment of radiation damage to the human body, so it has a wide range of uses. In medicine, cysteine can be used in the treatment of hepatitis and antimony poisoning. More importantly, cysteine has anti-radiation ability and can be used in the prevention and treatment of radioactive disorders and cosmetics. In addition to being mainly distributed in the liver, spleen, and kidney, L-cysteine also accumulates on the surface of the human body (including skin, mucous membranes, and the surface of the digestive tract, etc.) Skin contact with intruded foreign matter) can strengthen the defense ability of the organism itself and adjust the defense mechanism of the organism when it invades. L-cysteine can increase hair growth and is used for alopecia patients.
Nutritious and delicious foods contain protein and free amino acids, which are the main seasonings of food flavor. In the food industry, L-Cysteine Hydrochloride can be heated together with six-carbon sugar or five-carbon sugar to produce a meat-like aroma, and can be decomposed and mixed with vegetable protein to make artificial meat essence. Adding L-cysteine to corn processed products can increase the aroma of corn by 10 to 40 times. L-cysteine can promote the development of young children. When young children eat L-cysteine food for a long time, they can make their hair black and shiny. L-Cysteine Hydrochloride is used in meat products, dairy products, bread, and flour sugar products, which can enhance food stability and slow down the blackening reaction of fermentation; the stabilizing effect of ascorbic acid can slow down the automatic oxidation of fat and the effect of food preservatives There is great potential for enhancing and aromatizing food. Used in natural fruit juices to prevent the oxidation of vitamin C and prevent the fruit juices from turning brown, which can prolong the shelf life of natural fruit juices. It is widely used in milk powder in Japan to prevent the milk powder from going bad. Adding L-Cysteine Hydrochloride to natural fruit juice as an antioxidant is effective in preventing food spoilage.