What is rhamnose? Rhamnose is an organic compound. But I believe that most people don't know much about this substance, let alone the effect of rhamnose. In fact, rhamnose has many functions, and it can also bring certain benefits to our daily life. So what exactly is rhamnose?
What is rhamnose? Rhamnose is a kind of colorless crystalline powder such as l rhamnose monohydrate, soluble in water and methanol, and has a certain sweetness. The main function of rhamnose is to be used as a sweetener. It can usually be added to some desserts, fruit juices, and pastries to increase sweetness and improve taste. It can also be used to produce flavors and spices. It is edible and will not cause harm to our body. In addition, rhamnose, as a plant extract powder, can also be used to determine the permeability of the intestinal tract, so it has more effects.
What is rhamnose? Rhamnose is also a kind of sophora japonica flower extract as well as a biosurfactant, mainly produced by Pseudomonas or Burkholderia through biological metabolism. At present, rhamnose is a kind of biosurfactant and it has been studied for a long time, and its application technology is very successful. It exists in soil, water, or plants.
From the above, we can know what rhamnose is and what it can be used for. Rhamnose is edible and has a relatively sweet taste, so it can be used as a sweetener and added to fruit juice or cakes to increase the sweetness. It can also be used to determine the permeability of the intestinal tract, but it needs to be used under the guidance of a professional and cannot be used casually.