10/18/2016

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Natural Cosmetics We called natural products compounds essentially formed by carbon, obtained from natural sources (land, flora, fauna, etc.) and generally have very interesting and diverse properties. Nucleic acids, proteins, etc. If you have read about Cindy Crawford already - you may have come to the same conclusion. are the molecules with which is made life, as well as with epinephrine or adrenaline. Adrenaline is a hormone that is manifested in human beings in times of stress, which increases blood pressure and heartbeat in certain situations, as it could be in a fight or aerial flights. Cholesterol is also a Natural product which can cause countless damage causing heart disease but that on the other hand is a vital component of the cell walls, and polyketide thromboxane, a vital compound for the process of blood clotting. Some of the most important applications of organic natural products are used as:-fuels like oil: natural liquid formed by mixture of hydrocarbons, which are processed in the petrochemical industry by fractional distillation. -Sugars: polihidroxicetonas natural with functions as energy storage, structure, component of nucleic acids. They are formed by photosynthesis in plants it and are classified into Monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides (cellulose, starch, etc.). -SOAP: it is the sodium salt of a fatty acid. It has a lipophilic (dissolves dirt and grime FAT) and other hydrophilic (which dissolves in water). -Sweeteners: natural or synthetic that confer a sweet taste to foods substances. Natural sweeteners are sucrose (cane or beet), fructose (more simple and sweet sugar, honey), lactose and galactose (milk sugar, less sweet), and synthetic as: (300 times sweeter than sucrose) saccharin, aspartame (160 times sweeter), etc. Many natural products are the source of major drugs that are used to save lives, as for example penicillin, a family of metabolites with amino acid structures. There is...

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