Agricultural chemicals

Agricultural chemical raw materials are chemical products used in agriculture. Agricultural chemicals are commonly referred to as pesticides, including insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, nematocides and rodenticides. Agricultural chemicals may include synthetic fertilizers, hormones and other chemical growth agents.

1. Insecticides

2. Rodenticides

3. Pesticides

4. Fungicides

Amino acids and their derivatives

Amino acids are molecules belonging to a group of organic substances that include an amino group, a carboxyl group, and a radical that determines the properties and structure of an amino acid.

Veterinary raw materials

In the modern world, a wide range of substances are used in the veterinary practice of agriculture and small livestock, from substances used in routine antiparasitic drug therapy to the latest generation of antibiotics produced using by modern biotechnology laboratories.

On our website, you can find a long list of veterinary substances that are used to make all the necessary medicinal substances - affecting the cardiovascular system, respiratory function, digestive function, diuretics, hematopoiesis, hormones, vitamins, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antigens, antiparasites, antiparasites, preservatives and antibiotics.

1. Antibiotics and antibacterial

2. Hormones

3. Medicinal antifungal raw materials

4. Hematopoietic stimulator (hematopoiesis)

5. Vitamins

6. Anti-parasite raw materials

7. Anti-inflammatory substances

Cosmetic raw materials

Cosmetic ingredients include ingredients used in the manufacture of various cosmetics. For example, ingredients such as animal and plant fats and oils, antioxidants (such as enzymes, bioflavonoids, fatty acids, karatinoids, etc.). And various chemicals used in the production of cosmetics.

The cosmetics obtained are applied to the human body (mainly skin, hair, nails) to take care of its purposes, namely nutrition, protection, moisturizing, toning; It also improves the appearance of the face and body (for example, covering up skin defects). Many cosmetics are designed for the face, hair and body. They are usually mixtures of chemical compounds; Some come from natural sources (such as coconut oil), some of which are synthetic or man-made. Cosmetic products can include skin cleansers and body lotions, shampoos and conditioners, and hair products (gels, hair gels, etc.). , perfume and cologne.

1. Active ingredients

2. Vitamins and vitamin-like substances

3. Antifungal raw materials for cosmetics

4. Flavorings and essential oils

5. Preservatives

6. Other

Ingredients and additives for food industry

Food additives include vitamins, minerals, herbs, dietary supplements, sports nutrition products, and other products used to increase the nutritional content of the diet.

Food additives are used for a variety of purposes. They can be added to the diet to increase overall health and energy; Support the immune system and reduce the risk of disease and age-related conditions; Improve athletic and psychological performance; And support the healing process of certain diseases.

• Antioxidants (E-300-E-399)

• Fatty acids

• Vitamin-like substances and vitamins

• Preservatives (E-200-E-299)

• Other