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  • Cassia splits mean that the seeds of Cassia Tora are broken into two parts. The procedure is performed carefully to obtain the best products. The Cassia seeds consist of an outer husk, a split (also known as endosperm), and a germ or ovary. The splits are used in many ways; nevertheless, importance of Cassia Tora splits in the dairy industry cannot be ignored.

    The procedure of making splits

    For the production of cassia gum, only the spilt or endosperm is used because it contains polysaccharides. The process is called as de-husking or splitting through which both germ and husk are removed. As a result of splitting procedure, both germ and husk get detached from the endosperm and then they are heated to make them brittle. Brittleness make them prone to be separated easily and lastly, the purification process after pulverization is performed.

    The Cassia Tora splits used in dairy industry remain intact in various degree temperatures. This is the reason, splits are used in several procedures and not the other forms of Cassia Tora. Moreover, as splits are bigger in their particle size, they can be easily detached from husk and germ particles by performing some physical cleaning.

    The further steps of Cassia Tora splits in the dairy industry

    Once the physical cleaning procedure is performed, the seeds of Cassia Tora are thoroughly cleaned and heated again before sending them to crush, mill, and grind. These all procedure turn them into endosperm which is then de-germed and turned into the chief product called Cassia Tora split. Nevertheless, the dairy product manufacturer also get Cassia Broken and Cassia Churi as by products but excellent for cattle feed in the dairy industry.

    To clean, heat, grind, and polish, the process of de-husking is performed on Cassia Tora. During the splitting only, the manufacturing of Cassia Tora seed husk and germ are extracted. The by products gotten from all such procedures make a perfect meal for livestock as they are rich in protein and provide ample energy to the cattle.

    Internationally, such products for feeding cattle are called as Cassia Tora Meals which are in great demands worldwide. The importance of Cassia Tora splits in the dairy industry is mainly due to such products and by products.

    Pure Dairy Products from Cassia Tora

    Pure dairy products from Cassia Tora

    The main use of Cassia Tora contents in dairy industry is to use cassia gum in thickening, emulsifying, and stabilizing the dairy products. Furthermore, the gum is also used to retain the moisture and maintain the texture of dairy products such as frozen dairy desserts, cheese, paneer mixes, and meat products plus poultry stuff.

    Dairy industries obtain a lot of benefits from Cassia Tora, especially Cassia Tora splits as not only their products but by-products are also utilized to their fullest potentials. It is one such product that is used by both cattle and humans. More and more industrialists, for this very reason, are now getting into the business of Cassia Tora seed splits.

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  • Animals and cattle require a healthy amount of nutritious food for the production of milk, producing offsprings, and maintenance. The high protein content is considered profitable as the feed for the animal to ensure its fulfillment of nutrition amount with feed’s low consumption. Guar seed processed for the manufacturing of guar gum leaves a by-product which can be used to feed the animals, this chemical-free and protein rich feed is known as Guar Churi. It is available in the form of powder, which can be fed to animals directly or after combining it with other nutritional food. The product has been able to lessened worries of livestock and poultry producers because of its high nutritious values and safe for animal consumption. After processing it remains free from E-coli, salmonella, and other infections.

    guar gum powder

    The Guar churi is a proven source of protein and carbs which doesn’t contain any kind of preservatives or chemicals in it. It is a cheap alternative of high priced soya beans and is GMO-free, making it risk-free for animal consumption. It also helps in balancing sugar level and cholesterol level in the blood of cattle.

    Composition of Guar churi:

    Naturally, the Guar churi contains 38 – 42% of the protein in it along with a high percent o foil and albuminoid, which makes it suitable to be used as a binding agent for palletizing various raw material feeds off the animal. It is considered safe to use around 5 – 12 % of it in livestock feed, 4 – 7% in poultry, and for swine feed 5 – 7%. Churi is available in husk or powder form produced without any influence of chemicals. The high fiber content enhances its lusciousness and aids in digestion for cattle.

    The guar churi which is a by-product of guar seeds helps in the improvement of economic efficiency for animal food manufacturers. The processed guar meal is highly nutritious and promotes good health of cattle. It is very easy to store the feed and is absolutely non-flammable.

    Guar Churi Market overview

    Guar meal has gained popularity over the years. After the splitting process, the churi is refined, roasted, and sterilized with the modern machinery to deliver an utmost hygienic meal for your precious livestock. After the Guar gum extraction from its seeds, the powder or churi is processed by high temperature to remove the trypsin.

    The roasted Guar meal for animals has established its demand over many countries due to cost effectiveness. The major demanding countries include the United States, China, Canada, and many European countries. India is the key exporter of guar products, accounting for approximately 80% of the total demand in the world. The latest studies and development in the guar industries has to lead to a significant increase in its demand. Some of the key manufacturers are Ashapura proteins limited in Ahmedabad, D J industries in Jodhpur, Jainsons in Jodhpur, Kayal exports in Jaipur, Eco Export in Ahmedabad, Palva Enterprises in Junagadh, Altrafine Gums.

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  • A leguminous plant, Cyamopsistetragonoloba, contains guar seeds and to extract gum from the seeds a special procedure applied. Guar is often called Cluster Bean; furthermore, Gaur meal is the secondary product of guar seeds. To get rid of the Trypsin Inhibitor, it is kept at a very high temperature which also betters its nutritive values. It is an anti-draught legume where 35 percent of the weight of the seed is made by the endosperm.

    Broiler Diet

    When the chicken is bred for its meat and flesh, it is called a broiler food. Chickens are omnivores, and therefore the automatic feeding is provided to them; also, the food that is provided to them is always high in protein. It is for this reason, guar meal is considered to be the most important broiler diet as it has an abundant quantity of proteins in it.

    Guar meal is specially made for animals. It contains more than 50 percent of protein and also possesses high fiber. Germs and husks are derived during the procedure of splitting guar meal which is also used as cattle’s feeding.

    Guar meal comes in two different types 1) Guar Meal Churi which is in powdered form, and 2) Guar meal Korma which is available in granule form. They do not have additives or harmful chemicals plus they are high in protein and carbohydrates which makes them a complete natural agricultural product. Though it has all nutrients necessary for cattle, it is generally combined with other cattle feed.

    Facts and figures of guar gum

    • India is the largest exporter of guar gum
    • About 90 percent of the guar gum is exported by India
    • India export was approximately 467.7 Million USD for nearly 4, 23,289 MT of guar gum in 2016-2017
    • The export of guar gum was raised by nearly 3.9% in the year 2018
    • In 2017 the marketing size was approximately 618.9 Million USD
    • It’s expected that the global market will be nearly 1114.6 Million USD in the year 2022
    • It is predicted that in the year 2026 the global market will reach the US $1280 Million
    • Guar gum is one of the most important substances used in the oil and gas industry

    Benefits of Guar Meal for Animals

    Benefits of Guar Meal for Animals

    • A large number of crude protein is present in it
    • It has the same particle size which fits in a perfect ratio with water
    • It interacts swiftly with cold water making it quite viscous solution
    • The power forms films perfectly
    • The substance is also well known for its property of balancing the profile of amino acids
    • It helps us by providing high energy and less digestible fiber

    Apart from it, Guar Meal is also considered as the best thickening agent and it contains no odor; plus, it has a bland taste. Since it passes through the process of removing the factors of anti-nutrients, it contains a great character of digestibility.

    To conclude, applications of Guar Meal in broiler diet are many as it contains a lot of nutrition that is beneficial for broilers and their breeds.

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  • The art of printing on textiles to beautify has been in existence since time immemorial. The use of natural dyes gradually went out of existence due to the introduction of synthetic dyes which can bring brilliant color and shades with good fastness. With people getting more aware of the toxic effects of synthetic dyes, natural dyes usage has again geared up. Natural dyes and thickening agents have better biodegradability and compatibility in nature. A big boom in the use of natural thickeners such as cassia gum is seen because of stricter environmental laws imposed by the governments of different nations.

    Uses of Cassia Gum

    Printing thickeners are thick paste used in the absorption of water for localized printing. The gum is sticky, perfect for use on textiles surface without bulging or bleeding sign. The cassia gum helps indirect painting on wool, silk, and nylon. They can also be used in printing dyes on cotton, carpet painting, blanket printing, etc. the gum gives life to printing and also act as a color enhancer. They blend well with disperse dyes in the printing process of polyester and similar kind fabric. The gum has the potential to stop premature chemical reactions in the printing process. It is also used for outlining the design by the printers.

    Cassia Powder Manufacturer

    Properties of Cassia Gum

    The cassia gum is made of macromolecules which make them excellent water absorber to create a sticky paste enhancing color value in textiles. The hydrocolloid is the most approved ingredients in making a rich content rated thickener. Cassia gum is an efficient printing thickener due to the active presence of galactose which is highly soluble in hot water and good stabilizer. It has high viscosity in comparison to xanthan gum and highly soluble than locust bean gum. Slurries from gum formulate the production of the concentrated liquid gel after hydration for a few minutes, then they are mixed with surfactant and other products to obtain cassia gum for printing in textiles.

    Cassia gum an Eco-friendly Thickener in printing

    The textile industry cannot obtain perfect color without the help of dispersing printing thickeners that are composed of macromolecules and their absorption ability of water. There are mainly four processes involved in making thickeners and various derivatives used by companies to produce superior quality gum pastes. it is also used in the manufacturing of cosmetic products and chemical solutions.

    Application-of-Cassia-Seeds-in-Medical-Systems

    The gum improves the overall appearance of fabric and makes it crisp and vibrant and is specially opted for polyester fabric. It can suitably be employed in direct and alkaline discharge printing with decreased warp breakage. With the use of cassia gum dusting also decreases with improved sizing and productivity. The natural dye has long shelf life naturally and is skin-friendly too. It can be used in making fast dyes, reactive dyes as well as acid dyes. The gum is useful as a thickening and dispersant agent for dyes.

    The above usage and properties prove the Cassia gum an excellent natural and Eco-friendly thickener for printing in the textile industry.

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  • Guar Gum a non-ionic polysaccharide extracted from the seeds of Cyamopsis tetragonolobus is found copiously in nature and is used in a variety of fields such as food and pharmaceuticals as a binding agent. Guar Gum commercially available inexpensive green polymer is used as stabilizing agents for microscopic iron particles. It is a very effective polymer for stabilization in the long run for the particles.

    The Gum also attributes properties such as biosafety, biodegradability, biocompatibility, and sustainability characterizing it as a potential case to be used in drug release research and pharmaceutical formulations. Although it can be used in a limited form as a delivery carrier in its native form owing to its high swelling property in an aqueous medium, this characteristic property can be altered by cross-linking and grafting for the usage in the biomedical field.

    Guar Gum is used in a drug delivery system

    Guar Gum Application in the Pharmaceutical Formulation is:

    Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery System

    Recently the nanosystem in pharmaceuticals has evolved due to the advantages this technology provides over the conventional systems. Nanotechnology covers aa array of nanosystems like nanoparticles, lipid complexes, dendrimers, nanocapsules, and polymeric micelles. Guar Gum is used in a drug delivery system in the form of nanocapsules and nanospheres formed on cross-linked guar gum to incorporate a higher amount of tamoxifen citrate for better efficiency in the system. This nanosphere technique is prepared and characterized for usage in targeted drug delivery in the treatment of breast cancer.

    Colonic Drug Delivery System

    The drug delivery system has gained much popularity in recent years because of its potential absorption site for peptides & proteins. Guar Gum is extensively used in the drug delivery system in the colon due to its retarding property and vulnerability to microbial segmentation in the large intestine. The studies prove that some amount of tracer on the tablet surface was found in the stomach and small intestine and the majority of the tracer was delivered to colon making it suitable for the treatment of colorectal cancer.

    Oral Drug Delivery System

    Oral consumption of drugs is the most convenient and commonly used route for effective drug delivery cause of the factors such as low cost, ease of administration, and flexibility for the dosages.  Guar Gum based oral drug delivery system is gaining popularity due to its natural polymer properties which swell and drug begins to move in the system by diffusion at a speed determined by nature and composition as well as formulation technology of polymer.

    Transdermal Drug Delivery System

    The process involves monitoring several factors such as stability, the convenience of use, rate of release, etc. carboxymethyl guar an anionic guar gum derivative is used as a supplementing agent to elevate viscosity for osteoarthritis treatments. Guar Gum and combination of several other polymers are also being used to formulate matrix tablets due to its natural hydrophilic polymer properties.

    Future Prospects

    Natural source of polymers such as Guar Gum is gaining popularity due to its much potential to effectively serve as an important excipient in several new drug delivery over the traditional inert excipients used for the manufacturing process of formulation systems.

     

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