Germanium Sesquioxide

Germanium Sesquioxide (Organic Germanium) is one of the ingredients of many medicinal plants, ginseng and other medicinal plants are rich in organic germanium, with a unique health function. Since 1971, a scholar synthesis the carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide (GeCH2COOH 203), referred to as Ge-132 and confirmed having anticancer activity. Since then opened the study of organic compounds, for high efficient, low toxic organic germanium drug prelude. Organic Germanium is white powder, tasteless, not soluble in ethanol, ethyl ether, soluble in alkali. Its maximum solubility in water is 10.8g/L, PH of saturated aqueous solution is 2.5~2.6.

Facebook Link   Twitter Link   Linkedin Link   Instagram Link  
Molecular Formula: Ge-132
CAS No.: 12758-40-6
EINECS No.: 235-800-0
Purity: 99.95%
Grade: Food grade
GeO2: ≤0.01%
Bacilli Amount: ≤100 Entities /g
Coliform Amount: ≤30 Entities/100g

Nosogenesis Bacilli: NO


Organic germanium is involved in the metabolism of the body, containing a number of Ge-0 bonds, which has a strong ability to oxidize and dehydrogenation. Combined with human hemoglobin, to ensure the oxygen metabolism of cells. Because it carries the negative charge of oxygen atoms to capture the hydrogen in the metabolic products, play a role in the purification of blood, so it is beneficial to the rehabilitation of patients with Alzheimer's disease. The organic germanium blood stimulation, increase in the number of red blood cells and hemoglobin, stimulation of platelet production and elimination of the vessel wall lipid attachment, so there are certain curative effect on anemia and high cholesterol and diabetes. Organic germanium on some cancer, immune dysfunction, osteoporosis, premature aging, hypertension, have certain health care function.


● Food grade for healthy with excellent quality.
● Standard Content of Pb is less than ≤0.5 mg/kg.
● Standard Content of Cu is less than ≤0.1 mg/kg.
● Standard Content of As is less than ≤0.5 mg/kg.
● Standard Content of As is less than ≤0.1 mg/kg.