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Cnidium Seed Extract

  • Cnidium Monnieri Extract
  • Fructus Cnidii
  • Seed
  • Brown Powder
  • 100 pass 80 mesh
  • HPLC
  • 10% ~98%
  • Osthole

Cnidium extract powder

Cnidium monnieri (L.) Cuss. is one of the most widely used traditional herbal medicines and its fruits have been used to treat a variety of diseases in China, Vietnam, and Japan. As of this writing, 350 compounds have been isolated and identified from C. monnieri, including the main active constituent, coumarins. In vitro and in vivo studies suggest that osthole and other coumarin compounds possess wide range of pharmacological properties for the treatment of female genitals, male impotence, frigidity, skin-related diseases, and exhibit strong antipruritic, anti-allergic, antidermatophytic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-osteoporotic effects. Although coumarins have been identified as the main active constituents responsible for the observed pharmacological effects, the molecular mechanisms of their actions are still unknown.

The low content of cnidium (about 4%) can be used as plant source insecticide, grain storage protection agent.

According to literature reports, 4% cnidium cnidium powder has a good control effect on maize elephant, gronidae (du) and adults of red pseudogronidae.Compared with other plant pesticides, cnidium has the advantages of high efficiency and low toxicity

Company R&D department devote lots of  manpower and material to solve the problems on taste,clarity after  dissolving, effect and  so on.
It makes natural products more convenient to use in food and better service to people's health.


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