CAS 520-36-5 Pure Plant Extract 98% Apigenin Chamomile Extract Powder
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|Minimum Order Quantity :||25KG||Packaging Details :||Sample：1kg/bag with Polyethylene bag. Orders: Professional Drum with Net Weight 25kg|
|Delivery Time :||7-15 days||Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability :||1000kg per month|
|Place of Origin:||CHINA||Brand Name:||HONGDA|
|Grade:||Food & Pharmceutical Grade||Packaging:||Drum|
|Part:||Root||Appearance:||Brown Yellow Fine Powder|
|Product Name:||Dandelion Root Extract||Test Method:||TLC|
|Application:||Health-care Products, Food Supplement，Cosmetics Field，Pharmaceutical Field||Specification:||10:1|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years||Color:||Brown Yellow|
|Latin Name:||Taraxacum Mongolicum Hand.-Mazz.||Function:||Improved Digestion;Lower Blood Pressure;Improved Kidney Function;Stronger Bones|
|Product name:||Dandelion Root Extract|
|Latin name:||Taraxacum mongolicum Hand.-Mazz.|
|Color:||Brown Yellow Fine Powder|
|Particle Size:||100% pass 80 mesh|
|Loss on drying:||≤5.00%|
|Acid insoluble Ash:||≤5.0%|
|Heavy metals(as Pb):||≤10ppm|
|Total microbacterial count:||NMT10000cfu/g|
|Total Yeast & Mold:||NMT1000cfu/g|
Dandelion is a perennial herb of the Compositae family, with flower heads and pompoms formed by white crests on the seeds. After the flowers bloom, they float to new places with the wind to give birth to new life. There are many aliases, such as Huanghua Diding, Huanghualang, etc. There are 70 species and 1 variety in our country, which are widely distributed all over the country. The dandelion extract is rich in the effective ingredients in the dandelion medicinal material, and contains a variety of active substances, among which phenolic acid compounds are rich. In particular, the content of caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid in Chemicalbook is relatively high, which has broad-spectrum antibacterial, choleretic and hepatoprotective, anti-endotoxin, stomach-invigorating and immune-boosting effects. It is used to treat acute mastitis, lymphadenitis, and urinary tract infections. Wait. Dandelion contains a variety of healthy and nutritious active ingredients and rich trace elements such as calcium, iron and selenium, so it has very important nutritional value. The Ministry of Health has listed dandelion as a dual-purpose variety for medicine and food, which has great potential for application in food, beauty, and health care.
Some of the health benefits from taking a dandelion root extract are:
The leaves and roots of the dandelion plant can be used to make a warm beverage that will act as a mild laxative.
Dandelion will also aid in the production of stomach acid and bile to help the digestive system process food, especially fats.
Blood pressure is lowered by increasing urination and many blood pressure prescription medicines have some type of diuretic component that helps the body eliminate urine and lower blood pressure.
Dandelion tea is a natural diuretic and will increase urine output, both in frequency and volume.
Dandelion is also high in fiber that will help lower bad cholesterol levels, which is thought to be a contributing factor in high blood pressure.
The dandelion is also high in potassium, which is effective in lowering blood pressure by replacing sodium.
The dandelion plant is a natural diuretic that assists the kidneys in eliminating waste, salt, and excess water by increasing urine output.
The French call this plant, Pissenlit, which translates in English to: “Wet the Bed.” Dandelion also inhibits microbial growth in the urinary tract and replaces potassium that is reduced in the urination process.
The dandelion plant is rich in calcium, Vitamin C, and Luteolin that will help protect bones from age-related damage.
Dandelions also contain powerful antioxidants that can prevent bone weakness and decreased bone density.
The root of the dandelion plant is rich in boron, which can help to raise estrogen levels in the blood, and may preserve bone integrity.
Since dandelions are a natural diuretic, consuming them regularly can help shed excess pounds, especially that “water weight” that can be difficult to lose.
Urine consists of up to 4% fat, so the more frequent you urinate, the more weight you can lose.
Dandelions are also low in calories (4 cups=100 calories) and may be used as a natural sweetener since they are not loaded with unhealthy sugars.
Many supplements that are targeted for liver support use dandelions as an ingredient.
Antioxidants found in the dandelion plant keep the liver functioning at optimal levels and will protect it from aging.
Even more significant, there are compounds in dandelion that can reduce hemorrhaging in the liver.
This little plant will also help to maintain good bile flow, which can reduce the chances of other gastrointestinal problems such as constipation. Dandelion may even help with slowing the progression of cirrhosis of the liver.
Dandelion milk is excellent at treating skin conditions that are caused by microbial and fungal infections.
It can be used to treat ringworm, eczema, and poison ivy, as well as other common skin problems, without the side-effects commonly caused by harsher medications and ointments.
Dandelion milk has natural germicidal, insecticidal, and fungicidal properties that make it a great addition to your skin regimen.
The gallbladder and liver work together, providing beneficial functions to the body.
Dandelion can help keep the gallbladder free from infections and will improve the secretions from both the liver and the gallbladder. It also reduces inflammation and increases bile production.
Dandelions will stimulate the pancreas, allowing for better production of insulin. Since dandelions are a natural diuretic, urination is increased which helps to remove excess sugar from the body and may improve blood sugar levels.
Dandelion teas and juices have a bitter taste, which is thought to lower blood sugar as well.
For those who take prescription medications to control their blood sugar, dandelion intake should be closely monitored and discussed with their personal physician since a combination of dandelion and medication can send the diabetic into hypoglycemia.
Due to its high fiber content, the dandelion plant is very beneficial in preventing or treating constipation.
High dietary fiber adds bulk to the stool and helps prevent constipation and diarrhea by improving the conditions in the intestinal tract.
Dandelion is often prescribed for children who are having gastrointestinal issues since it is soothing to the digestive tract and stomach.
The dandelion plant has naturally occurring properties that help to stimulate the appetite in chemotherapy patients and the elderly.
The dandelion plant is rich in antioxidants that reduce free radicals (thought to cause cancer cell growth) throughout the body, reducing the chances of cell mutation that can lead to cancer.
Luteolin, a compound in dandelion, has a positive impact on some components of cancer cells by binding to them and causing the cells to become unable to replicate.
Jaundice occurs when the liver is unable to function properly and creates excessive bile and bilirubin that causes a yellowish tint to the eyes and skin.
The dandelion plant will help to regulate liver functions, including the production of bile. Because of its detoxification properties, it can help to support the liver by removing toxins and other chemicals.
For maximum benefits in clearing jaundice, it is recommended to drink 6-8 cups of dandelion juice or tea per day and to also drink plenty of sugarcane juice to replace the sugar in the body that has been depleted due to excess bile.
Another benefit of adding sugarcane is for the boost of energy that is much needed after a bout of jaundice or while battling liver disease.
Since the dandelion plant is rich in iron, vitamins, and protein, it makes an excellent natural remedy for people who are suffering from anemia.
When compared to carrots, dandelion has nearly twice the carotene levels for the same portion size. Dandelion also has a high zinc content that can be helpful in the prevention of anemia.
The dandelion root, when made into a tea, becomes an appetite stimulant that can encourage those not feeling well to eat. Fresh green vegetables, whole grains, and unprocessed foods should be the first choice.
Because the leaves of the dandelion plant are a natural diuretic, drinking a cup or two of juice that has been prepared from the leaves can have a positive effect on cramping, bloating, and pain associated with PMS.
It is also thought that because the dandelion plant has so many benefits for overall health symptoms of PMS can be greatly reduced by consuming dandelion juice regularly.
Because the dandelion plant is rich in B complex vitamins, it can be a powerful remedy for mild depression and anxiety.
Many forms of depression are attributed to chemical imbalances in the brain and the antioxidants in the dandelion might help to balance brain chemicals and other chemical reactions in the body.
The pain from a migraine headache comes from the blood pumping through narrowing arteries, increasing pressure and causing a variety of symptoms, including debilitating pain.
Since the dandelion plant is considered a detoxifying herb, it removes toxins and cleanses the liver, thereby eliminating the reaction in the brain that can occur from toxins in the body traveling in the arteries and veins.
Because the dandelion plant has a positive impact on high-blood pressure and because it has natural cholesterol lowering properties, consuming dandelion on a regular basis may slow or reverse cardiovascular disease.
Dandelion is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals that can lead to increased blood pressure, nervous system disorders, and may contribute to plaque in the arteries. The dandelion plant is also a natural diuretic that can help eliminate excess fluid.
Powdered dandelion root has a phytochemical that supports the blood and circulatory system.
With naturally occurring antioxidants and essential vitamins and nutrients, adding any part of the dandelion plant will promote a healthier immune system, which promotes improved overall health.
There are easy recipes to make your own dandelion honey that can then be used for treating a cold, sore throat, or bothersome cough.
This honey is a great replacement to regular bee honey and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
The leaves from the dandelion plant might be one of the best remedies for treating osteoarthritis.
Fresh, young leaves should be eaten raw in salads or sautéed with olive oil and fresh garlic.
Because of the high Vitamin A and Vitamin C content, the dandelion leaves will help the body repair damaged ligaments and tissue to help ease arthritic pain. Dandelion may also help with swelling and inflammation.
All parts of the dandelion root are edible and considered safe for most individuals. However, there is a possibility of an allergic reaction if you have never consumed dandelion before.
People with an allergy to ragweed, marigold, chrysanthemum, yarrow, daisy, or chamomile should not consume any part of the dandelion plant.
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