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HPLC Pure Natural Artichoke Extract 3.5% Cynarin 80 Mesh Improve Liver Health

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
Certification: ISO22000/KOSHER/HALAL/BRC/SC/ORGANIC Model Number: HD-093

Detail Information

Grade: Food Grade Packaging: Drum
Form: Powder Type: Herb Extract
Part: Fruit Appearance: Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Product Name: Artichoke Extract Test Method: HPLC
Application: Health-care Products, Food Field, Pharmaceutical Products Specification: 3.5% Cynarin
Shelf Life: 2 Years Color: Brown Yellow
Latin Name: Cynara Scolymus L
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HPLC Pure Natural Artichoke Extract


3.5% Cynarin Powder


Natural Artichoke Extract Powder

Product Description

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Product name: Artichoke Extract
Latin name:

Cynara scolymus L

Part Used: Furit
Color: Brown Yellow Fine Powder
Odor: Characteristic
density: 0.5-0.7g/ml
Particle Size: 100% pass 80 mesh
Loss on drying: ≤5.00%
Acid insoluble Ash: ≤5.0%
Heavy metals(as Pb): ≤10ppm
Lead(Pb): ≤2ppm
Arsenic (As): ≤2ppm
Residual Pesticide: Negative
Total microbacterial count: NMT10000cfu/g
Total Yeast & Mold: NMT1000cfu/g
Salmonella: Negative
E.Coli. Negative


Product description:

Although often considered a vegetable, artichokes (Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus) are a type of thistle. This plant originated in the Mediterranean and has been used for centuries for its potential medicinal properties. Its alleged health benefits include lower blood sugar levels and improved digestion, heart health, and liver health. Artichoke extract, which contains high concentrations of compounds found in the plant, is also increasingly popular as a supplement.


1. Loaded With Nutrients

Artichokes are packed with powerful nutrients. A medium artichoke (128 grams raw, 120 grams cooked) contains:




Cooked (boiled)


13.5 grams

14.3 grams


6.9 grams

6.8 grams


4.2 grams

3.5 grams


0.2 grams

0.4 grams

Vitamin C

25% of the RDI

15% of the RDI

Vitamin K

24% of the RDI

22% of the RDI


6% of the RDI

5% of the RDI


5% of the RDI

6% of the RDI


7% of the RDI

7% of the RDI

Vitamin B6

11% of the RDI

5% of the RDI


22% of the RDI

27% of the RDI


9% of the RDI

4% of the RDI


19% of the RDI

13% of the RDI


12% of the RDI

9% of the RDI


14% of the RDI

10% of the RDI


6% of the RDI

3% of the RDI


6% of the RDI

3% of the RDI



Artichokes are low in fat while rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Particularly high in folate and vitamins C and K, they also supply important minerals, such as magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and iron. One medium artichoke contains almost 7 grams of fiber, which is a whopping 23–28% of the reference daily intake. These delicious thistles come with only 60 calories per medium artichoke and around 4 grams of protein — above average for a plant-based food. To top it off, artichokes rank among the most antioxidant-rich of all vegetables.

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Cynarin (Cynarine) is an artichoke phytochemical that possesses a variety of pharmacological features including free-radical scavenging, antioxidant, antihistamic and antiviral activities. Cynarin blocks the interaction between the CD28 of T-cell receptor and CD80 of antigen presenting cells. Cynarin triggers Nrf2 nuclear translocation, restores the balance of glutathione (GSH) and reactive oxygen species (ROS), and inhibits mitochondrial depolarization.

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2. May Lower ‘Bad’ LDL Cholesterol and Increase ‘Good’ HDL Cholesterol

Artichoke leaf extract may have a positive effect on cholesterol levels. A large review in over 700 people found that supplementing with artichoke leaf extract daily for 5–13 weeks led to a reduction in total and “bad” LDL cholesterol.

One study in 143 adults with high cholesterol showed that artichoke leaf extract taken daily for six weeks resulted in an 18.5% and 22.9% decrease in total and “bad” LDL cholesterol, respectively. Additionally, an animal study reported a 30% reduction in “bad” LDL cholesterol and a 22% reduction in triglycerides after regular consumption of artichoke extract. What’s more, regularly consuming artichoke extract may boost “good” HDL cholesterol in adults with high cholesterol.

Artichoke extract affects cholesterol in two primary ways.

First, artichokes contain luteolin, an antioxidant which prevents cholesterol formation. Second, artichoke leaf extract encourages your body to process cholesterol more efficiently, leading to lower overall levels.

3. May Help Regulate Blood Pressure

Artichoke extract may aid people with high blood pressure. One study in 98 men with high blood pressure found that consuming artichoke extract daily for 12 weeks reduced diastolic and systolic blood pressure by an average of 2.76 and 2.85 mmHg, respectively. How artichoke extract reduces blood pressure is not fully understood. However, test-tube and animal studies indicate that artichoke extract promotes the enzyme eNOS, which plays a role in widening blood vessels. In addition, artichokes are a good source of potassium, which helps regulate blood pressure. That said, it is unclear whether consuming whole artichokes provides the same benefits, as the artichoke extract used in these studies is highly concentrated.


4. May Improve Liver Health

Artichoke leaf extract may protect your liver from damage and promote the growth of new tissue. It also increases the production of bile, which helps remove harmful toxins from your liver. In one study, artichoke extract given to rats resulted in less liver damage, higher antioxidant levels, and better liver function after an induced drug overdose, compared to rats not given artichoke extract. Studies in humans also show positive effects on liver health. For example, one trial in 90 people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease revealed that consuming 600 mg of artichoke extract daily for two months led to improved liver function.

In another study in obese adults with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, taking artichoke extract daily for two months resulted in reduced liver inflammation and less fat deposition than not consuming artichoke extract. Scientists think that certain antioxidants found in artichokes — cynarin and silymarin — are partly responsible for these benefits. More research is needed to confirm the role of artichoke extract in treating liver disease.


5. May Improve Digestive Health

Artichokes are a great source of fiber, which can help keep your digestive system healthy by promoting friendly gut bacteria, reducing your risk of certain bowel cancers, and alleviating constipation and diarrhea. Artichokes contain inulin, a type of fiber which acts as a prebiotic. In one study, 12 adults experienced an improvement in gut bacteria when they consumed an artichoke extract containing inulin each day for three weeks. Artichoke extract may also provide relief from symptoms of indigestion, such as bloating, nausea, and heartburn. A study in 247 people with indigestion determined that consuming artichoke leaf extract daily for six weeks reduced symptoms, such as flatulence and uncomfortable feelings of fullness, compared to not taking artichoke leaf extract. Cynarin, a naturally occurring compound in artichokes, may cause these positive effects by stimulating bile production, accelerating gut movement, and improving the digestion of certain fats.


6. May Ease Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition that affects your digestive system and can cause stomach pain, cramping, diarrhea, bloating, constipation, and flatulence. In one study in people with IBS, consuming artichoke leaf extract daily for six weeks helped ease symptoms. What’s more, 96% of participants rated the extract equally as effective as — if not better than — other IBS treatments, such as antidiarrheals and laxatives. Another study in 208 people with IBS discovered that 1-2 capsules of artichoke leaf extract, consumed daily for two months, reduced symptoms by 26% and improved quality of life by 20%.

Artichoke extract may relieve symptoms in several ways. Certain compounds in artichokes have antispasmodic properties. This means that they can help stop muscle spasms common in IBS, balance gut bacteria, and reduce inflammation. While artichoke extract seems promising for treating IBS symptoms, larger human studies are needed.


7. May Help Lower Blood Sugar

Artichokes and artichoke leaf extract may help lower blood sugar levels. One study in 39 overweight adults found that consuming kidney bean and artichoke extract daily for two months lowered fasting blood sugar levels compared to not supplementing. However, it is unclear how much of this effect was due to the artichoke extract itself.


Another small study indicated that consuming boiled artichoke at a meal reduced blood sugar and insulin levels 30 minutes after eating. Notably, this effect was only seen in healthy adults who did not have metabolic syndrome. How artichoke extract reduces blood sugar isn’t fully understood. That said, artichoke extract has been shown to slow down the activity of alpha-glucosidase, an enzyme that breaks down starch into glucose, potentially impacting blood sugar. Keep in mind that more research is needed.


8. May Have Anticancer Effects

Animal and test-tube studies note that artichoke extract impaired cancer growth. Certain antioxidants — including rutin, quercetin, silymarin, and gallic acid — in artichokes are thought responsible for these anticancer effects. For example, silymarin was found to help prevent and treat skin cancer in animal and test-tube studies. Despite these promising results, no human studies exist. More research is needed.



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