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|Latin Name:||Hypericum Perforatum L.||Appearance:||Dark Brown Fine Powder|
|Ingredients:||0.3% Hypericins HPLC, Hyperforin||CAS NO.:||548-04-9|
|Chemical Formula:||C30H16O8||Function:||Anti-fungal,protect Liver,relieve Pain|
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Hypericum Perforatum is a herbaceous perennial plant with extensive, creeping rhizomes. Its stems are erect, branched in the upper section, and can grow to 1m high.
Hypericum Perforatum Extract has always been used for mild to moderate depression. Scientific studies of the herb suggest that it acts to increase the activity and prolong the action of the neurotransmitters serotonin and noradrenaline,
in a similar manner to standard antidepressants, but with fewer reported side effects.
|Packaging and storage||1) Sample-packing: packed with PE bag then put in aluminum foil bag.|
|2) Production-packing: 10kg/ paper drum(D31cm*H34cm); 25kg/paper-drum (D31cm*H51cm or D41cm*H51cm). Polyethylene bag inside.|
|3) Storage:Air-tight original sealed container, low relative humidity and dark conditions.|
|Lead time||7~10 working days after order comfrimation|
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What is St John's wort?
St John's wort, Hypericum perforatum, has been used for the past 2,000 years as a medicinal herb. St john's wort was once hung above doorways to ward off evil spirits. The species name perforatum refers to the many puncture-like black marks on the underside of the plant's leaves. St john's wort, especially its tiny yellow flowers, is high in hypericin and other flavonoid compounds. Native to Europe, St. John's wort is now found growing in dry areas of many temperate climates throughout the world.
St john's wort extract tested in the included trials are superior to placebo in patients with major depression;St john's wort extract are similarly effective as standard antidepressants; and have fewer side effects than standard antidepressants.
St John’s Wort Extract’s main effects:
Antidepressant activity Antiviral activity (Anti-bird-flu-H5N1-and-H9N2)
1. Applied in health product field, to be added into the health food can enhance immunity
2. Anti-depressive and sedative properties;
3. Effective remedy for the nervous system, relaxing tension, and anxiety and lifting the spirits;
4. Enhancing the effect of neurotransmitters in the brain;
5. it has significant support in the treatment of mild to modere depression ,can also help to control appetite and promotes weight loss
6. To prevent against bacterial infections
7. Applied in pharmaceutical field, it can serve as the security nerve nutrition. In Europe, it is mainly used as antidepressants.
Other medical uses:
It has Effectiveness in the treatment of certain somatoform disorders Hyperforin has also been found to have antibacterial properties against gram-negative bacteria.
Possible option against Parkinson's disease, which suggests that St John's wort has antioxidant active ingredients that could help reduce the neuronal degeneration caused by the disease.
Recent evidence suggests that daily treatment with St. Johns wort may improve the most common physical and behavioural symptoms associated with premenstrual syndrome.
Externally, St John's wort oil is used for the treatment of wounds, abrasions, and first degree burns. The St. John’s Wort Extract used in dietary supplements is derived from the aerial parts in blossom of the plant St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum L.).
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