SARDI 190

Genuine and Best Supplier of Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica

The outstanding research results of the Pueraria Mirifica species in Thailand make Oriental Heritage Herbalists Co., Ltd. established. Sompoch Tubcharoen, a professor at Kasetsart University, has studied the Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica species over 20 years. He successfully developed the Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica— a type of Pueraria Mirifica with more roots which can produce more phytoestrogens than others. Oriental Heritage Herbalists Co., Ltd. has an insight into the wonderful plant. The herb has been utilized around the world for centuries. We believe that Thailand’s agriculture will move to the next era with this effective herb. We had not only researched and developed Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica to obtain complete scientific testing results and new cultivation methods, but also performed quality control to ensure the quality and quantity of the herb. After years of endeavors, we have farms for Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica to grow for market sale. Oriental Heritage Herbalists Co., Ltd. is now the only supplier who can consistently provide the wonderful herb. And Sardi 190 is regarded as the better variety of Pueraria Mirifica for cultivation.

What is the Difference between Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica and Normal Pueraria Mirifica?

Kasetsart University in Thailand has studied Pueraria Mirifica for over 20 years. The research outcome shows that Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica is the better variety of Pueraria Mirifica for its leading benefits. The information below is the comparison between Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica and normal Pueraria Mirifica.

Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica

  • Is grown by nursed root grafting
  • Has higher Phytoestrogens
  • Has more tuberous roots per stem
  • Grows faster and its production is more
  • Provides higher crop yield per section, taking shorter time to harvest
  • Is the only variety formed with 20-year research with 99% consistent quality

Normal Pueraria Mirifica

  • Is naturally grown in the forest
  • Has lower Phytoestrogens
  • Has less tuberous roots per stem
  • Difficult to plant with unpredictable productivity
  • Provides lower crop yield per section, taking more time to harvest
  • Is graded and selected before putting it into manufacturing process

Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica is the most compatible element for both of health care and cosmetics products. This herb also can be utilized as a high-quality health supplement. It is probably the leading economic herb of Thailand, which contributes high economic value to the country.

Pueraria Mirifica Background:

There are many kinds of Kwao Krua, such as Pueraria Mirifica (White Kwao Krua), Butea Superba (Red Kwao Krua), Mucuna Macrocarpa Wall (Black Kwao Krua) and Kwao Krua Mor (Gray Kwao Krua). Their usages are various in many aspects. Nevertheless, because of its properties on rejuvenation, Pueraria Mirifica turns out to be the most favorite.

This herb has been used as cure for centuries. With other traditional Thai herbs, it benefits health in many ways, such as strength promotion, skin nourishment and teeth strength enhancement. Moreover, women and transgenders have used a lot of Pueraria Mirifica for both internal use and topical application because of its property to enlarge breast.

Pueraria Mirifica is easily seen in the forest of almost every region of Thailand, in particular that of the Northern and Northeastern Thailand. Later on, farming with well organization is proceeded to ensure the herb quality and quantity.

In order to study the properties of different types of Pueraria Mirifica, many types of Pueraria Mirifica have been planted in the National Swine Resource and Research Center. The researcher found that Sardi 190 contains the higher Phytoestrogens compared to other types of Pueraria Mirifica.

Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica is creating high economic value in the future because of its remarkable effectiveness and steadiness, which can be added into health care supplement and rejuvenating products.

Creation of Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica:

Sompoch Tubcharoen, a professor at Kasetsart University, Kamphaengsaen Campus, had successfully brought about Sardi 190. He gathered and planted various species of Pueraria Mirifica in the National Swine Resource and Research Center, Kamphaengsaen Campus in Nakhon Pathom. The aim is to obtain the one which meets the market and functional demand.

In the beginning, the productivity was little. Since 1999, they had adopted the nursed root grafting technique, yet the propagation of the plant was not as fast as they had expected. After 10 years of tireless endeavor, the researchers found a new technique to make the propagation faster—the cutting technique and tissue culture. This also brought about the discovery of the outstanding kind, Sardi 190. It produces the higher active compounds compared to other kinds of Pueraria Mirifica. With appropriate cultivating technique and circumstances, Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica can grow faster and give higher productivity than it could. Now Sardi 190 is the most famous variety.

Nowadays Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica is widely cultivated for its beneficial various uses from personal use to overseas export. According to product exporting records, the value of the normal Pueraria Mirifica is lower than that of the Sardi 190. The cultivated roots of Sardi 190 which can produce more phytoestrogens are demanded more from overseas.

It has been told that people have used Pueraria Mirifica since 1300 CE as a traditional remedy for post-menopausal condition. It is known as the Queen of Thai Herbs recently, resulting from the modern scientific research has proved that it provides high amounts of estrogenic hormones. More and more people use it in Thailand. In addition, the National Swine Resource and Research Center has studied Pueraria Mirifica to improve animal production from 1995 to 2013.

It has been told that people have used Pueraria Mirifica since 1300 CE as a traditional remedy for post-menopausal condition. It is known as the Queen of Thai Herbs recently, resulting from the modern scientific research has proved that it provides high amounts of estrogenic hormones. More and more people use it in Thailand. In addition, the National Swine Resource and Research Center has studied Pueraria Mirifica to improve animal production from 1995 to 2013. The research results revealed that the wild roots of Pueraria Mirifica doesn’t provide estrogen consistently. Thus, the researchers began cultivating the root since 1996.

Pueraria Marifica is declared as a protected species by the Ministry of Public Health in Thailand, which means the limited use of the wild root. In spite of this declaration, it is an estimated that around one thousand tons of wild root are harvested every year, which cause severe soil erosion. Harvesting of cultivated root is not limited and the effective alternative to reduce soil erosion compared to the harvesting of wild varieties.

Cultivation of Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica:

Pueraria Mirifica can be cultivated under certain circumstance, such as no fertilizer is used during the cultivation. The soil for Pueraria Mirifica to grow needs to going through a particular process. First, we need to turn clay soil into loam soil naturally. Then, add some animal manure to the soil for fertility, which is so important that the quantity of Pueraria Mirifica tubers might be affected. Moreover, water supply is significant as well. In the first year, Pueraria Mirifica needs a great amount of water to grow properly. In order to make the roots to absorb water more easily, the furrow planting is recommended. After that, pour some composted manure and use disc harrow to loosen the soil. Add a few minerals to the soil to help store the gas for the growth of Pueraria Mirifica.

The cultivation can be performed in 3 ways as followings:

  1. Seed Planting
  2. Plant Cutting
  3. Root Grafting

Seeding Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica in a rice-husk-ash-filled tray. It takes about 45 days for the seeds to sprout and be ready to move to the nursery bags. After 60 days, use a tractor to open the soil horizon to the surface, then move the seedlings to an outdoor area. April is the best month to seed Pueraria Mirifica.

Sardi 190 can be planted in tied ridges configurations or on plain land. Other related element is the plot area that is in the lowland or upland. Loam or sandy loam soil is the most ideal for planting. Meanwhile, the water supply must be arranged well to avoid the water damaging the herb.

Pueraria Mirifica is vine indigenous to Thailand with a growth habit of trailing or scandent stems; therefore, it needs a structure to provide it with support when cultivating. This will help it grow steadily with more leaves that are essential for better photosynthesis. Thus, more phytoestrogens will be produced with its proper growth.

Farmers should dig small holes to a depth of 20×20 cm for each herb with equal spacing. Moisture the holes properly with water before covering it with the plastic. After that, transplant the root grafting to the plot. Put some straw or hay over the plant to maintain hydration and protect the tiny plant from the sun.

Seeding Sardi 190 Pueraria Mirifica in a rice-husk-ash-filled tray. It takes about 45 days for the seeds to sprout and be ready to move to the nursery bags. After 60 days, use a tractor to open the soil horizon to the surface, then move the seedlings to an outdoor area. April is the best month to seed Pueraria Mirifica. Sardi 190 can be planted in tied ridges configurations or on plain land. Other related element is the plot area that is in the lowland or upland. Loam or sandy loam soil is the most ideal for planting. Meanwhile, the water supply must be arranged well to avoid the water damaging the herb. Pueraria Mirifica is vine indigenous to Thailand with a growth habit of trailing or scandent stems; therefore, it needs a structure to provide it with support when cultivating. This will help it grow steadily with more leaves that are essential for better photosynthesis. Thus, more phytoestrogens will be produced with its proper growth. Farmers should dig small holes to a depth of 20×20 cm for each herb with equal spacing. Moisture the holes properly with water before covering it with the plastic. After that, transplant the root grafting to the plot. Put some straw or hay over the plant to maintain hydration and protect the tiny plant from the sun.

Due to no common pest for Pueraria Mirifica in Thailand, it can grow so easily. It needs a trellis to climb up to get more sun as growing. The height of trellis should be around 1.5 meters, or at a height that is easy to reach to the top of the plant. With this height, it is easier to take care of the plant.

Generally, Pueraria Mirifica can be harvested after planting for around 3 years. An excavator is recommended to harvest Pueraria Mirifica cultivated for business faster and easier for it makes the soil ready for the next planting.

After harvest, clean up the Pueraria Mirifica. If a tuber sinks in water, it means it’s good quality. Then slice the tuber and dry it in the sun for 2-3 days. When completely dry, put it in a plastic bag then seal it.

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